DALIT ISSUES: Caste and Class Interface
T. Brahmanandam (ed.)
Publication Year 2018
Pages 236 pages
Sale Territory India and Pakistan only
About the Book
Dalit Issues: Caste and Class Interface will fill the gaps in the existing body of literature pertaining to Dalit issues. The book addresses the key issues of Dalits struggling for the right to life and survival with dignity. Though this right is constitutionally granted as fundamental right, the realization of the same seems to be the most strenuous task.
Dr. Ambedkar’s lifelong concern for the vulnerable took the Dalit issues at the centre-stage of national politics. Political parties took up the Dalit issues and came to power. The stakeholders, including the human rights bodies, remain vocal in condemning the atrocities and injustice inflicted on Dalits. However, efforts are on for the realization of constitutional rights safeguarding the interests of Dalits, and creating an egalitarian society. The book in hand will definitely take such steps forward. This book will be of great help to all concerned with Dalits and human rights issues.
1 Dalits in Conservancy and Sanitation Works / Sanghmitra S. Acharya
2 Affirmative Action Policies for Dalits in India / Kanak Kanti Bagchi
3 73rd Constitutional Amendment / T. Brahmanandam
4 Availability of Healthcare Services in PHCs of Salem District / A. Vadivelu
5 Socio-Economic Deprivation of Scheduled Castes through Social Exclusion and Discrimination in India / R.G. Dandge
6 Scheduled Castes Sub-Plan Act 2013 / Suman Damre
7 Educational Participation of Marginalized Social Groups of Maharashtra / P.S. Kamble
8 Manual Scavengers Far from Dignity and Inclusion / K.M. Ziyauddin
9 Impact of Affirmative Action on Subaltern Castes / M. Gopinath Reddy
10 Dalits and Human Development Indices / Shiddalingaswami V. Hanagodimath
11 Dalit Discourse and Democracy / Subhankar Basu and Srikakolli Eliah
12 Bonded Labour and its Implications / Vinod Kumar Yadav
13 Different Constitutional Provisions and its Impact on Occupational Diversification among Social Groups in India / M. Thangaraj
About the Author / Editor
T. Brahmanandam obtained his post-graduation and MPhil degree from JNU and PhD from University of Hyderabad. Before joining the Centre for Multi Disciplinary Development Research (CMDR), Dharwad, he was with National Institute of Rural Development (NIRD), Hyderabad for nine years. At NIRD, he developed interest in Dalit studies and Panchayati Raj and conducted more than thirty training programmes for the rural development officers.
In the last 14 years, he has been the part of several research projects and has completed six major projects and six consultancy studies on Dalits and Dalit women. He has published several research papers in reputed journals such as Journal of Rural Development, Indian Journal of Public Administration and NEHU Journal. His current areas of interest are Dalit politics and communalism.