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Title: Interface of Tribal Community with Mumbai City: Case Study of Aarey Colony
Authors: Kamble, Pravin
Keywords: School of Social Work
Bipin Jojo
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: TISS
Abstract: The Constitution of India, which came into existence on 26 January 1950, prohibits discrimination on grounds of religion, race, caste, sex or place of birth (Article 15) and it provides the right to equality (Article 14), to freedom of religion (Articles 25-28) and to culture and education (Articles 29-30). STs are supposedly addressed by as many as 209 Articles and 2 special schedules of the Constitution - Articles and special schedules which are protective and paternalistic. Over centuries, the Adivasis have evolved an intricate convivial-custodial mode of living. Tribals are practically deprived of many civic facilities and isolated from modern and civilized way of living since many centuries. The constitution of India and the various Five-Year plans have made definite provisions for the welfare and upliftment of the tribal's throughout the country. Particularly Tribal Sub Plan (TSP) is one of the most important programme lunched by central government since 1975- 76 for focus on the infrastructure and overall development of the tribal area in the country. But due to lack of proper implementation the basic objectives of the Tribal sub plan have not been fulfilled. Some micro level studies indicate that due to lack of coordination among the government mechanism and also coordination in various tribal development programmes, the benefits have not reached to the needy people.This study shows that the impact of the urbanization and globalization on tribes in urban cities. It has shown that unequal distribution of resources or unequal treatment between the tribal and non –tribal community in urban context. Most the tribe children still not get the facilities of the education, tribe community still not getting basic amenities like the non-tribes or people who are living in well –developed society in the same or nearby the tribal community or padas. They got all facilities in their or nearby their societies.
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