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Scheduled Caste and Tribe Students in Higher Education

The IITs, known for their excellence in teaching and research, have come under criticism for their casteist outlook, manifested recently in IIT Madras derecognising the Ambedkar Periyar Study Circle. This article explains the findings of a 1982-1984 study that aimed to understand how SC and ST students in IIT Bombay adjusted to the academic and social environments.

Scheduled Caste and Tribe Students in Higher Education-A Study of an IIT

Scheduled Caste and Tribe Students in Higher Education A Study of an IIT Viney Kirpal Nalini Swamidasan Amitabha Gupta Raj K Gupta This paper presents the results of a study, the third in a series, of academic and social adjustment of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe students in the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay Section I of the paper traces the relationship between the backgrounds of SC/ST students and their academic performance, while section II focuses on the two main problem areas for these students. The recommendations of the study are set out in the final section.

Higher Education for the Scheduled Castes

to how the resources at the com- mand of the government are to be used. This is a must I say so because I am convinced that the problem in our country has not been so much of the lack of resources at the command of the government as that of the ways employed to use these resources. Cro- res and crores of rupees are being spent on public expenditure schemes which mostly help the non-poor.

Chamars Then and Now

 tary, Roy Jenkins, and a study group of the Labour Party which included the Attorney-General and the Solicitor- General to incorporate the Convention into British law.
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