Instead of frittering away scarce resources on fragmentary and ill-planned programmes, concentrated use of funds for large-scale agro-industrial projects, as suggested over fifteen years ago by the Malayappan Committee in Madras and recently for Orissa tribal areas by the National Council of Applied Economic Research may be more useful and productive of good for the tribes and the nation as a whole. Comparative data from other parts of the world show that the arguments of those who suggest that our tribals may not be able to participate in large-scale projects are baseless......... more
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