Occupational Aims and Objectives of Scheduled Tribe Students


Dr. Parashuram B. Jogin


 In ancient days, the society was divided on the basis of occupations. Basically, it was Varna society, where it was divided into four varnas as Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Vaishyas and Sudras represented four professions such as teaching, protecting, business, and menial service and in course of time, these varnas evolved into present day caste. After the initiation of British regime in India, the British tried to remove some of the evils of caste system of the society, while passing some of the laws and4egislations in this regard they did sincere efforts, and after independence the Indian government inserted some of the rights and duties in the constitution.