2 edition of Socio economic conditions of Orissa found in the catalog.
Socio economic conditions of Orissa
|Statement||K. C. Jena.|
|LC Classifications||HN690.O7 J46|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 171 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||171|
|LC Control Number||78902295|
From the end of the eighteenth century, Orissa began to experience different socio-economic change that transformed patterns of production and consumption in the Cuttack region. These were the rise of . Towards a Definition of Socio-Economic Research for the RESPECT Project A draft working paper by Ursula Huws, RESPECT Project Director Introduction The term ‚socio-economic research™ is in File Size: KB.
Orissa is a maritime state along the east coast of India having marine fishing villages and inland fishing villages. The Telugu community with their age old experience started marine fishing in Orissa. . SHGs are a clear manifestation of socio-economic empowerment interventions yielding relatively quicker results. The study has been selected members from different Self Help Groups in Litimunda Cited by: 2.
Socio-Economic Review regularly publishes ‘State of the Art’ review papers which aim to provide an overview of developments in thinking in specific aspects of the field. Find out more about the review . The present book is the first comprehensive account of the economic history of Orissa from to It presents a systematic analysis of the Orissa famine of and the economic changes that .
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Jena, K.C., Socio economic conditions of Orissa. Delhi: Sundeep Prakashan, (OCoLC) capita Net State Domestic Product of Orissa in was higher only than those of Jammu and Kashmir and Uttar Pradesh [Government of Orissa (b, Annexurep.A90)). A recent book in File Size: 1MB.
The Main Aim Of This Book Is To Present A Comprehensive History And Culture Of Orissa In A Single Volume To Cater The Need Of The Students And Researchers.
So Far A Standard Book On The. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Das, Binodini. Socio-economic life of Orissa. Kolkata: R.N. Bhattacharya, (OCoLC) Online version. The book Tribal Labour in India, discusses the socio-economic conditions of Tribal Labourers.
Based on secondary and primary data the book highlights the changes taking place in the pattern of. Socio-economic Development in India: A Regional Analysis. in improving the overall living conditions of the people.
Although economic growth in. Assam, Orissa and Bihar; and the central Author: Abhiman Das. The book covers the period from the pre-historic times to A.D. It is organized in twenty-five chapters dealing not only with all the major and minor dynasties of Orissa but also their administration, Author: S.K.
Panda. Orissa Economic Journal. The OEA in the Past was publishing two issues of its mouthpiece titled “Orissa Economic Journal” one containing the Presidential address, papers, the Endowment, Memorial and.
This book discusses in details the condition of Buddhism and its impact on the socio-economic condition of Bengal and Orissa during that period. Although much work has been done on the religion, society. Socio-Economic Conditions and Quality of Life in the Tribal Areas of Orissa with Special Reference to Mayurbhanj District Article (PDF Available) November with 3, Reads How we measure.
Socio-Economic Conditions of Tribal People - A Case Study of Chitradurga District, In Karnataka RANGASWAMY.H.M.A1, Dr. H.H. BHARADI2 1Research Scholar, Ass. Professor in Economics, Gov.
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The socio-economic development among tribal groups is still very stagnant in India. Orissa is one of the major states in India having a higher proportion of tribal population and their socio-economic is not Author: Umashankar Majhi, T.S.
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