UNVEILING ECONOMIC INEQUALITIES AND POVERTY AMONG TRIBAL COMMUNITIES: A STUDY IN TELANGANA STATE

Authors

  • Valya Lunavath Research Scholar (Ph.D.), Department of Economics, Kakatiya University, Hanamkonda- 506009

Keywords:

economic inequalities, poverty, tribes, India, social indicators

Abstract

This paper aims to investigate the economic inequalities and poverty prevalent among tribal communities in Telangana, India. The study delves into the factors contributing to these disparities and examines the socio-economic challenges faced by tribes in the region. By analyzing the impact of landlessness, limited access to education and healthcare, lack of livelihood opportunities, and social discrimination, the research aims to shed light on the root causes of economic inequalities. Furthermore, the study explores existing government interventions, welfare schemes, and grassroots initiatives designed to uplift tribal communities. Through a comprehensive examination of the subject matter, this research seeks to provide valuable insights and policy recommendations to mitigate economic disparities and alleviate poverty among tribes in Telangana.

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Published

15-06-2023

How to Cite

Valya Lunavath. (2023). UNVEILING ECONOMIC INEQUALITIES AND POVERTY AMONG TRIBAL COMMUNITIES: A STUDY IN TELANGANA STATE. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 9(6). Retrieved from https://ierj.in/journal/index.php/ierj/article/view/2760