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Publisher:Abhijeet Publications
Published In:2009
ISBN-10:9380031084
ISBN-13:9789380031088
Binding Type:Hardback
Weight:1.03 lbs
Pages:pp. x + 238, Tables, Index, References

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About the Book

In an underdeveloped country like India, the establishment of development projects seems to be indispensable to keep on its development process. Undoubtedly these projects have generated A Good number of advantages like providing irrigation facilities, increasing Agriculture output, power generation, increased availability of water for domestic and industrial uses, controlling floods, employment avenues, strengthening of infrastructure base, raising the level of export and finally increasing the level of income of the people as well as the country.

The unfortunate part of the story is that a number of problems like large scale displacement of local people, espesecially of tribal people, and submergence of vast tracts of arable land and forests, widespread water logging, soil erosion, environmental degradation, lack of proper rehabilitation and resettlement, loss of traditional skills and leadership in the tribal regions have emerged. Moreover despite all our concerted efforts and massive inputs, the fruits of development did not percolate to the poor tribal and downtrodden lot. The interest of the local people more especially the tribals could not be well protected. The existing legal provisions could not save the down-trodden displaced people from exploitation. In spite of some compensatory measures, backwardness, low income level, conservative outlook of the local people have compounded the problem of poverty and made most of them pauperized. In India tribals constitute the largest section of displaced people.

Therefore what is needed in the present Context is proper resettlement of oustees and all issues pertaining to displacement should be discussed with the local people.

Against this backdrop, this Anthology of 21 papers embodies critical analysis of various aspects of the subject and offers valuable suggestions for revamping the R&R schemes aiming the development projects more viable with a least displacement discomfort. The present volume contains in-depth and illuminating discussions addressing a wide ranging issues and areas relating to displacement problem of mega developments, R&R policy, S.E.Z., role of N.G.Os in lessening displacement problem etc.

Contents

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List of Contributors

1. Tribal Displacement and Deprivation in India/Prof. s.n. Tripathy
2. A Review of Industrial Development and Displacement of Tribals (from KBK to Kalinganagar)/Bibhudatta Achary
3. Development and Displacement of Tribals in India/Dr. Ramesh Charana Pandit
4. Development : Induced Displacement/Prof. M. Sundara Rao
5. Industrial Development and Displacement of Tribes in Orissa/Dr. Sitansu Panda, Dr. Ganesh Sethi & Sri P.K. Rath
6. Development Induced Displacement and Rehabilitation Programmes in Orissa : A Study/Dr. Prafulla Chandra Mohanty
7. Impact of Displacement on the Socio-Economic Life of Tribals/Premananda Pradhan
8. Development Induced Displacement : A Study of NALCO, Damonjodi, Orissa/Smt. Sushama Dash
9. Development Induced Displacement of Tribals in Orissa on the Problems of Rehabilitation and Resettlement/Dr. Rajan Kumar Sahoo
10. Development Driven Displacement and Gun-Culture in Tribal India/Krishna Chandra Pradhan & Prakash Chandra Panigrahy
11. Displacement for Development : Issues Need to be Scrutinized/Dr. C.R. Das
12. Development Versus Discplacing in Orissa/Smt. Nendita Dash
13. Tribal Displacement : A Prelude to Mass Resentment/Dr. Brundaban Misra
14. Discplacing the Tribals : A Crisis in Development/Avaya Kesari Parichha Pattnaik
15. Land Acquisition, Displacement and Tribes : A Study of Orissa/R.C. Nayak
16. Development Induced Displacement of Tribals in Orissa/Dr. Upendra Pathy
17. A Study of Displacement, Rehabilitation and Resettlement of Tribals in India/Major Kumar Panda
18. Displacement of Tribals : An Unresolved Issue and Persisting Problem in India/Dr. Rabindra Nath Palo
19. Displacement of Tribals : It's Legal Perspective/Smt. Manjulata Kumari Patra
20. Issues of Livelihood and Displacement in Tribal Regions of Orissa : A Case Study/Dr. Dasarathi Bhuyan
21. Special Economic Zone and Tribal Displacement : An Outlook/Dr. Santosh Kumar Pradhan

Contributors

1. Prof. S.N. Tripathy, Gokhale Institute of Economics and Politics, Pune (Mah)
2. Bibhudatta Achary, Lecturer in History, K.M. Science College, Narenderpur (GM)
3. Dr. Ramesh Charana Pandit, Reader in Economics, Aska Science College, Aska, Ganjam, Orissa
4. Prof. M. Sundara Rao, Professor, Dept. of Economics, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam
5. Dr. Sitansu Panda, Lecturer (HRM) in Siva Sivani Institute of Management, Secunderabad-14
6. Dr. Ganesh Sethi, Lecturer in Journalism & Mass Communication in RMIT, Berhampur-10
7. Sri P.K. Rath, UGC-Senior Research Fellow in the Department of Mass Communication, Berhampur University, Berhampur-7, Orissa
8. Dr. Prafulla Chandra Mohanty, Reader & Head, Deptt. of Commerce, Aska SC. College, Aska (Ganjam), Orissa, Pin-761111
9. Mr. Premananda Pradhan, Presently working as a Lecturer in Economics, Dept. of Economics, Aska Science College, Aska, Ganjam, Orissa-761111
10. Smt. Sushama Dash, Lecturer in Economics, Women's College, Rayagada-765001
11. Dr. Rajan Kumar Sahoo, Head, Department of Economics, U.N.S. Mahavidyalaya, Khairabad, Mugpal Jajpur, (Orissa), Pin-755009
12. Krishna Chandra Pradhan, Lect. in Economics, Khemundi College, Digapahandi, Ganjam, (Orissa)
13. Prakash Chandra Panigrahy, Lect. in Economics, Biju Pattnaik Women's College, Digapahandi, Ganjam, (Orissa)
14. Dr. C.R. Das, Research Supervisor, NKC Centre for Development Studies, Bhubaneswar, Orissa
15. Smt. Nendita Dash, Lecturer in tany
16. Dr. Brundaban Misra, Sr. Lecturer Dept. of History, Science College, Hinjilicut
17. Avaya Kesari Parichha Pattnaik, Lect. in Political Science, Aska Science College, Aska
18. R.C. Nayak, Lecturer in Economics, Aska Science College, Orissa
19. Dr. Upendra Pathy, Sr. Lect in Economics, Science College, Hinjilicut, Dist. Ganjam
20. Major Kumar Panda, Lecturer in Zoology, Udaya Pratap Science College, Sheragada, Ganjam, Orissa
21. Dr. Rabindra Nath Palo, Lecturer, Department of Economics, K.S.U.B. College, Bhanjanagar-761126, Orissa
22. Smt. Manjulata Kumari Patra, Lect. in Political Science, Aska Science College, Aska
23. Dr. Dasarathi Bhuyan, Lecturer in Political Science, Bellaguntha Science College, At/Po-Bellaguntha, Dist. Ganjam, Pin-761119
24. Dr. Santosh Kumar Pradhan, Working Lecturer in Economics, P.J. College of Management and Technology, Bhubaneswar, Pin-751002

About the Editors

Dr. R.C. Pandit (b. 1957) has completed his post-graduation in Economics from Khallikote College, Berhampur, (Odisha) and was awarded Ph.D. degree by the Berhampur University in the year 2000. He has completed 27 years of teaching experience and currently is Reader & Head, Department of Economics, Aska Science College Aska, Ganjam, Odisha.

Dr. Pandit has to his credit a good no of articles published in different books and journals and has completed one Minor Research project funded by U.G.C. He has participated and presented papers in a no. of State level & national Seminars and Workshops organized by different institutions. Recently he has organized a U.G.C. sponsored National Seminar at Aska Science College, Aska, Ganjam. His area of interest includes rural development, tribal studies & women development. Presently he is actively engaged in guiding some scholars for Ph.D. degree. He is a life member of the Indian Economic Association.

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