Occupational Mobility Among Scheduled Castes

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Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2009 - Social Science - 177 pages
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The book discusses the educational achievements and occupational mobility among the Scheduled Castes in India, the group that is a large section of Indian population (called as Dalit), was deprived of their basic legitimate and human rights to live with dignity. The book shows that, the second generation of Scheduled Castes is highly mobile as compared to their fathers generation. It also attempts to measure the impact of Inclusive Policy provided by the Government of India. In this book, author found that, after the religious conversion under the leadership of Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar, the Mahars converted to Buddhism. Therefore, the Buddhist community is more aware about the occupational development as compared to other communities. Hence, the development of the Buddhists could be treated as an ideal model for all the Backward Classes in India.

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Contents

Chapter Two
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Chapter Three
41
Chapter Five
69
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Jagan Karade is lecturer in sociology at Tilak University, Pune (India). He is ICSSR fellow. He obtained his Ph.D. from the University of Mumbai. Dr. Karade is an author of Reservation Policy and Reality (Sugava,2005) and Rastravadi Dr.Ambedkar (Sumedha,2007). He edited books, entitled, Dhammkrantichi Falshruti (Taxila,2006), Jagtikikarn :Bhartasamoril Awhane (Diamond,2008) and Development of Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes in India. (C-S-P, U.K.,2008). At Present Dr. Karade is engaged in a major research project funded by UGC, New Delhi. (E-Mail: jagankarade@yahoo.co.in)

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