Ancestral (Tribal) people groups establish 8.6 percent of India's complete populace, around 104 million individuals as indicated by the 2011 statistics (68 million individuals as indicated by the 1991 registration). This is the biggest populace of the inborn individuals on the planet. Due to Economical & Industrial growth in country there are lot of changes happens in life of the People. New Technology , Governance and Urbanization changes a lot of things on the the societal and cultural life of the Ancestral people.There are also lot of change happen in terms of Livelihood, Education and community bonding. The change has directly and indirectly reflected & effect the life of the people.
Sanjay K. Routt
Dr. Sanjay K. Routt has been a leading Social & Behavioral Scientist, Innovator,Public Policy, Researcher, Technologist, Academic , Management Consulting practitioner. He is involvement in various pioneering work in Social Innovations, Academics, Management Research, Technology, Policy Research, Behavior Science, Writing, Social Development.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
Tribal, policy, Forest, livelihood, technology, well being, agriculture, culture
SOCIAL SCIENCE / General