|Statement||[by] B. K. Dube [and] F. Badadur.|
|Series||Bulletin of the Tribal Research and Development Institute ;, v. 6, no. 2|
|Contributions||Bahadur, F., 1927- joint author., Madhya Pradesh (India)|
|LC Classifications||HC440.P6 T74a vol. 6, no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 177 p.|
|Number of Pages||177|
|LC Control Number||75016477|
Madhya Pradesh (MP; / ˌ m ʌ d j ə p r ə ˈ d ɛ ʃ /, Hindi: [ˈmədʱjə pɾəˈdeːʃ] (); meaning Central Province) is a state in central capital is Bhopal, and the largest city is Indore, with Jabalpur, Gwalior, Ujjain, Sagar being the other major cities. Madhya Pradesh is the second largest Indian state by area and the fifth largest state by population with over 75 million Capital: Bhopal. India's tribal belt refers to contiguous areas of settlement of Tribal people of India, that is, groups or tribes that remained genetically homogenous as opposed to other population groups that mixed widely within the Indian tribal population in India, although a small minority, represents an enormous diversity of groups. They vary in language and linguistic traits, ecological. Only a small number of tribal people have been benefited by the policies and programmes meant for their development. According to the census, the tribal population was crore, that is, about per cent of the total population of India. Madhya Pradesh, Orissa and Bihar have highest ST population in descending order, respectively. Tribes of Madhya Pradesh have preserved their culture and tradition despite outside cultural influence. Their culture is distinguished by the composite remains of the Scythian and Dravidian culture. The prevalent religion of the tribes of Madhya Pradesh is Animism. The tribes of Madhya Pradesh live in the primitive stage and far away from the main stream of the development.
Madhya Pradesh has the largest Tribal population of all the states. [ ] Due to the varied socio-cultural and geographical environment and its parameters, the diverse tribal world of Madhya Pradesh not only has been largely cut-off from the mainstream of development but has, on this account, also been a cause of concern and special effort for the Central and State Governments since Independence. Free Online Library: Traditional and modern maternal child health services in tribal areas: a case study of Dhar district.(Case study) by "Madhya Pradesh Journal of Social Sciences"; Social sciences, general Child health Case studies Children Health aspects Health care industry Maternal health services Research Pediatric nursing Rural areas Sparsely populated areas. An epidemiological study on clinical profile of malaria in Rampachodavaram and Maredumilli the tribal belt of east Godavari, Andhra Pradesh, India P. Satyanarayana 1 *, Farid Babu Meka 2, Rekha Kumari Dulala 2, Mrinmoy Ghosh 3, K.R.S. Sambasiva Rao 3 1 Department of Physiology, Konaseema Institute of Medical Sciences, Amalapuram, East Author: P. Satyanarayana, Farid Babu Meka, Rekha Kumari Dulala, Mrinmoy Ghosh, K.R.S. Sambasiva Rao. The present study was, therefore, undertaken to explore the relationship of different socio-demographic, socio-economic and behavioural risk factors with malaria prevalence in tribal areas of Madhya Pradesh, India. METHODS: This study was undertaken in all 62 villages of Bargi Primary Health Centre from May to June Cited by: 6.
undertook a study of the educational situation of 50 selected Scheduled Tribe Communities from different parts of The tribal people in the remote areas suffFile Size: KB. The present study is an attempt to assess the nutritional status of pre-school children of Gond tribal community in Madhya Pradesh. The study was a community-based, cross- sectional survey carried. The study results provide vital information on the current situation of pulmonary TB disease among the Saharia tribal community in Gwalior district of Madhya Pradesh. In view of high PTB disease prevalence among this PVTG, there is an urgent need to improve and further intensify TB Cited by: 4. The tribal population of Madhya Pradesh is the true representatives of the state. Tribal culture of Madhya Pradesh is marked by the composite detritus of the Dravidian and Scythians culture. The Sahariya, Gonds, Bhils, Oraons, Korkens, and Kols are the major tribes of Madhya Pradesh.