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21 ST JULY 2018 HINDU BASED MAINS QUESTIONS PRESENTED BY BHARGAVI VARDHAN
WHAT ARE THE CHALLENGES FACED BY TRIBAL FARMERS USING SHIFTING CULTIVATION. WHAT ARE THE POLICY MEASURES TO PROTECT THEM.? e upholding the rights of tribal people over the forest lands as per the provisions of Scheduled Tribes and other traditional forest dwellers recognition of forest rights act 2006 e conflict between protection of forest and the shifting cultivation, Podu cultivation was in news Under the act the rights are directed by Ministry of Tribal Affairs directives, but it should be be determined by the gram sabha
WHAT ARE THE ECOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF SHIFTING CULTIVATION. The history of shifting cultivation is as old as the history of agriculture It is known as Jhum or Jum in the hilly states of Northeast India, as Podu, Dabi, Koman or Bringa in Orissa, as Kumari in Western Ghats, as Watra in southeast Rajasthan, as Penda, Bewar or Dahia and Deppa or Kumari in the Bastar district of Madhya Pradesh. After two or three years the fields are abandoned, the cultivators shift to another clearing, leaving the old one for natural regrowth.
the shifting cultivation cycle has reduced from 15 to 20 years to 2 to 3 years and this has led to more impact on environment and also less nutritious soils Traditional knowledge based on rotation of crops has also reduced and similar or same crops are being grown over the period of time on the same land leading to less nutritious soil and also disturbance in the Ecology around and in the region
O DISCUSS THE CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS FOR PROTECTION OF WEAKER SECTIONS OF THE SOCIETY. e Article 46 of the Constitution provides that the State shall promote with special care the educational and economic interests of the weaker sections of the society and in particular, of the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes and shall proted them from social Injusice and all for of xploitation. Reservation in educational institution has been provided in Article 15(4) while reservation in posts and services has been provided in Article 16(4), 16(4A) and 16(4B) of the Constitution.
e Article 23 which prohibits traffic in human beings and beggar and other similar forms of forced labour has a special significance for Scheduled Tribes In pursuance of this Article, Parliament has enacted the Bonded Labour System (Abolition) Act, 1976. Article 24 which prohibits employment of Children below the age of 14 years in any factory or mine or in any other hazards activity is also significant for Scheduled Tribes as a substantial portion of child labour engaged in these jobs belong to Scheduled Tribes.
e apart from the above reservation of seats in Parliament legislative assemblies and panchayat is an important constitutional provision for vulnerable sections
WHAT IS THE WAR BETWEEN MAJORITY AND MORALITY? ARE THEY ALWAYS ON THE SAME SIDE.? Define majority and morality In some situations majority in morality stand on the same side and in some situations they don't e It depends on the moral values and Systems of the majority A strong moral system can minimise the impact of majority in a country
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