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BSW-44:Tribals in North and Northeast Region of India

By Prof. Rose Nembiakkim   |   Indira Gandhi National Open University

The course BSW-044 talks about the tribals in the North and Northeastern Region of India.

It highlights the culture, beliefs and tradition existing among the different tribes found in the eight sisters State of India. It discusses the tribal way of life and practices which make them unique from the rest of India. 

It also highlight the challenges as well as opportunity available to the tribals of North and Northeastern States.

The course has 03 blocks. Assignments will also be uploaded to test your understanding of the course. Happy Learning!



Course Credit

4


Learners enrolled: 833

SUMMARY

Course Status : Upcoming
Course Type : Not Applicable
Duration : 12 weeks
Start Date : 15 Jul 2020
End Date :
Exam Date :
Category :
  • Humanities and Social Sciences
  • Level : Diploma

    COURSE LAYOUT

    BSW-044 TRIBALS IN NORTH AND NORTHEAST REGION OF INDIA

    Block 1 Tribals of Northeast Region-I

    Week 1

    Unit 1: Tribals of Arunachal Pradesh

    Week 2

    Unit 2: Tribals of Assam

    Week 3

    Unit 3: Tribals of Manipur

    Week 4

    Unit 4: Tribals of Meghalaya

    Block 2 Tribals of Northeast Region-II

    Week 5

    Unit 1: Tribals of Mizoram

    Week 6

    Unit 2: Tribals of Nagaland

    Week 7

    Unit 3: Tribals of Tripura

    Week 8

    Unit 4: Tribals of Sikkim

    Block 3 Tribals of Northern India

    Week 9

    Unit 1: Tribals of Jammu and Kashmir and Himachal Pradesh

    Week 10

    Unit 2: Tribals of Rajasthan, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh

    Week 11

    Unit 3: Displacement and Migration of Tribals

    Week 12

    Unit 4: Impact of Scientific Culture and Globalization

    BOOKS AND REFERENCES

    IGNOU’s CTRBS materials -BSW-044

    INSTRUCTOR BIO

    Prof. Rose Nembiakkim

    Indira Gandhi National Open University
    Prof. Rose Nembiakkim is Professor of Social Work, Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU). She has worked as an adjunct faculty in the Department of Social Work, Delhi University before joining IGNOU. She has been awarded the Master of Philosophy (M.Phil) and Doctorate degree in Social Medicine and Community Health from Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. Her interest lies in Adolescent and youth, Women and gender issues, HIV and AIDS, Indigenous/ tribal issues and Community Development. She successfully completed a major research project from Indian Council of Social Science Research (ICSSR) where she studied Migration among the tribals and its effect on their health. She also coordinated the Pan-Africa e-Network project for the School of Social Work which is the Government of India-MEA Initiative for the African country. Prof. Nembiakkim launched the Certificate in Tribal Studies (CTRBS); organized a number of training programmes in and around the country; presented papers in National and International conferences and written chapters in books and has authored two books. She has been awarded the Commonwealth of Learning fellowship to attend the 32nd Asian Association of Open University Conference. Prof. Nembiakkim is also the recipient of the Fulbright-Nehru IEAS fellowship-2019.

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