HomeEasy to StartB.Tech Semester VIIIHS 412 India-s Northeast: A Panoramic Perspective

Geography, history, population (tribes and communities), economy, education,
industry, agriculture, natural resources of the region; Profiles of eight states -
Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim and Manipur
- North Eastern Council and its integrative role; Government and politics -
elections – political parties, regional party formations and their histories -
problems of development; Local governance – panchayat raj institutions, Sixth
Scheduled institutions in tribal and hill areas, non-Sixth Scheduled institutions in
Nagaland, traditional institutions, such as, Keban and Buliang in Arunachal Pradesh;
Insurgency movements in the region – the Naga secessionist movement, the MNF
movement during 1961-1986, the ULFA movement, the tribal armed insurgency in
Tripura, the Bodo movement – peace processes since 1953 – a brief historical
perspective; North East India and its connectivity with South and Southeast Asia -
its role as a corridor, the Asian Highway and the Stilwell road.

Texts:

1.N.N. Pandey, India-s North-Eastern Region, Institute of Southeast Asian
Studies, Singapore, 2008

2.A. Baruah, India-s Northeast: Development Issues in a Historical Perspective,
Manohar, New Delhi, 2005..

References:

1.D. N.. Bordoloi, Tribes of Assam , Lawyers, Guwahati, 1998.

2.S. Chaube, Hill Politics in Northeast India , Orient Longman, Bombay,1993

3.P. Das, and N. Goswami (eds), India-s North East: New Vistas for Peace ,
Manas, New Delhi , 2008.

4.E. Gait, A History of Assam , Thacker Spink, Calcutta, 1933.

5.P. Hazarika, Economic Development and Ecological Balance in Assam , DVS,
Guwahati, 2009.

6. M. Taher, and P. Ahmed, Geography of North-East India , El-Dorado
Publication, Guwahati, 1998

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