Masters in Anthropology:Tribal Development.GURU GHASIDAS UNIVERSITY
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The course contents also deal with issues and concerns covering different dimensions of human rights and development. The departmental field work have been conducted on the tribals inhabiting remote areas. The department published a number of articles, papers and books covering different ethnographic areas. Department also completed a number of research projects like Rehabilitation and Displacement, Nutritional Status of the korwas, Tribal Indebtedness, Monograph and Village Studies. The department is in close collaboration with the local NGOs for productive research and development. Department organized a Refresher course in Anthropology and sociology, memorial lectures on Globalization of culture, workshop on Tribal Self-Rule, Seminars on ‘Women empowerment’ and ‘Intersection of Religious and social upliftment of Harizons in central India’ and held lecture series for the students, research scholars, NGOs and government officials related to tribal affairs. Department invited two ful-bright scholars from U.S.A.. Ministry of Human Resource development, Government of India, sanctioned grants to establish the Sahid Bir Narayan Singh Chair with a view to conduct research on primitive tribe and to work for documentation and preservation of cultural information, knowledge and resources. The course offers master degree in Anthropology with specialization in Tribal Development.