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Information Relating to Tribals: The National Commission for Scheduled Tribes (NCST) – Government of India

The National Commission for Scheduled Tribes (NCST) was established by amending Article 338 and inserting a new Article 338A in the Constitution through the Constitution (89th Amendment) Act, 2003. | Learn more >> Source: Introduction | National Commission for Scheduled TribesAddress: https://www.ncst.gov.in/content/introductionDate Visited: … Continue reading

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Tip | How many ‘Scheduled Tribes’ are there in India? And what distinguishes them from other communities? (‘tribal’ or otherwise) – Information provided by the National Commission for Scheduled Tribes

There are over 500 tribes (with many overlapping communities in more than one State) as notified under article 342 of the Constitution of India, spread over different States and Union Territories of the country […] Primitive, geographically isolated, shy and … Continue reading

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What are the Rights of Scheduled Tribes? – National Commission for Scheduled Tribes

For a full and up-to-date list of FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS please visit the homepage of the National Commission for Scheduled Tribes: https://www.ncst.gov.in/content/frequently-asked-questions >> Who are Scheduled Tribes?The framers of the Constitution took note of the fact that certain communities in … Continue reading

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What are the Rights of Scheduled Tribes? – National Commission for Scheduled Tribes

The Constitution of India seeks to secure for all its citizens, among other things, social and economic justice, equality of status and opportunity and assures the dignity of the individual.  All Rights available to the Citizens of India, enshrined in … Continue reading

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Video | Recommended by the National Commission for Scheduled Tribes (Government of India)

Video Gallery Source: Video Gallery | National Commission for Scheduled TribesAddress: http://www.ncst.gov.in/video-gallery/9Date Visited: Mon Apr 10 2017 12:46:04 GMT+0200 (CEST) Tips For more information, type “National Commission for Scheduled Tribes”, “tribal culture film”, “Adivasi custom documentary”, “tribal community performance video” … Continue reading

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