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Vol-4 Issue-2
1. Nature Talk
2. A perspective on the ASI
3. Adivasi Voices in an age of Investment-Induced Displacement
4. Kapilas:A Centre of Cultural Activities
5. Naxalite Movement in Tribal Areas of India: Causes and Suggestions
6. Planning From Below
7. R.P.I. Okenrentie And His Contributions To The Development Of Art Music In Bendel State, Nigeria
8. Back to swidden cultivation: A Case Study of the Juang of North Odisha, India
9. Tribal World In Transition: A Study On Odishan Tribes
10. Books and Blurbs
11. News

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Planning From Below
B. D. Sharma

 

    

    Planning from below is a much wider concept. It envisages that the structure and the texture of the State and the national plans themselves must be determined on the basis of a consensus amongst the people which can be articulated only through preparation of micro-level plans and adopting the approach of planning from below. Or else, both the State and Central plans, even at their best, cannot but be an elitist view of the national, regional and local problems, priorities and their solutions.

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Articles in
Vol-4 Issue-2
1. Nature Talk
2. A perspective on the ASI
3. Adivasi Voices in an age of Investment-Induced Displacement
4. Kapilas:A Centre of Cultural Activities
5. Naxalite Movement in Tribal Areas of India: Causes and Suggestions
6. Planning From Below
7. R.P.I. Okenrentie And His Contributions To The Development Of Art Music In Bendel State, Nigeria
8. Back to swidden cultivation: A Case Study of the Juang of North Odisha, India
9. Tribal World In Transition: A Study On Odishan Tribes
10. Books and Blurbs
11. News

 

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