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Socio-economic development of plantation workers in North East India

R. N. Chakravorty

Socio-economic development of plantation workers in North East India

by R. N. Chakravorty

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Published by N.L. Publishers, Distributors, National Library in Dibrugarh .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India, Northeastern
    • Subjects:
    • Tea plantation workers -- India, Northeastern -- Social conditions.,
    • Tea plantation workers -- India, Northeastern -- Economic conditions.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesSocioeconomic development of plantation workers in North East India
      StatementR.N. Chakravorty.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD8039.T182 I437 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 208 p. :
      Number of Pages208
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL323283M
      ISBN 108186860037
      LC Control Number97904077
      OCLC/WorldCa37579818

      Nath, S. C. (): Diversity, ecology and population dynamics of Aquilaria malaccensis Lamk in North-East India (Key note address). Souvenir cum Abstract Book of the National Seminar of Recent Advances on Agarwood research in India organized by Rain Forest Research Institute (CFRE), Jorhat on March, Pp. in which whites and light-skinned East Asians do best in education, earnings, and socio-economic status; brown-skinned Hispanics do less well; while blacks do the least well. Even within these groups, it is the light-skinned who do best. North East Asians (ethnic Chinese, Kore-ans, and Japanese) do better than the darker-skinned (the Filipinos,File Size: KB.

      National Committee on the development of backward Areas, -report on Development of North-Eastern region 30 November, November, Working of Militant groups in North-east India -State Wise. North-East and Twentyfirst century. North-East India -A Demographic Comparison with Other States/Union Territories. Tea-tribes are multi ethnic groups of Tea-garden workers in Assam. It is a term used to denote those active tea garden workers and their dependents who reside in labour quarters built inside Tea estates spread across Assam while "Ex-tea tribes" to those who were once active as tea workers but now have left the job and labour quarters for other employment opportunities after retirement.

      Service Provider of Adolescence & Family Life Education Book, Consumer Behaviour In North East India Book & The Real Employee Satisfaction Book offered by Shipra Publications from New Delhi, Delhi, India. (xvi) Traditional knowledge systems and community development in North East India organised by Dept. of Forestry. NEC: 18th to 19th August (xvii) Bamboo species of NE India: Adoption of suitable cultivation techniques for socio-economic development of rural people organised by Dept. of Forestry, NERIST. NEC: 15th to 16th December


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