5.1 Indian Village: Significance of village study in India; Indian village as a social system; Traditional and changing patterns of settlement and inter-caste relations; Agrarian relations in Indian villages; Impact of globalization on Indian villages.

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5.1 Indian Village:

  • Significance of village study in India;
  • Indian village as a social system;
  • Traditional and changing patterns of settlement and inter-caste relations;
  • Agrarian relations in Indian villages;
  • Impact of globalization on Indian villages.

Previous Questions:


* Examine the contribution of village studies towards the understanding of Indian social system. (20Marks 2015)


* Discuss the impact of Globalization on Village economy in India. (15Marks 2015)


* Examine the impacts of green revolution on rural poor.(15Marks - 2013)


* How has globalization impacted agrarian relations in the last two decades? (20Marks - 2012)


* Indegenous knowledge. (12Marks - 2012)


* Discuss contributions of S.C. Dube towards understanding of the Indian village. (15 Marks — 2010)


* Describe the significant contributions of village studies in India to the understanding of social transformations. (60 Marks — 2009)


* Globalization and Indian Peasantry (S.N - 2OO4)


* Analyze how the village Studies contributed in understanding the Indian social system. (L.Q 2004)


* Green Revolution and its economic and ecological dimensions? (L.Q - 2002)


* Village Studies in India. (S.N - 2002)


* Explain criteria for dominant caste. How far is this concept still crucial to our understanding of India’s villages after implementation of Reservation in democratic institutions? Discuss. (L.Q -2001)


* Village Studies are crucial to the understanding of Indian life and culture. Who were the pioneer anthropologists to undertake such Studies? Give a comprehensive Picture of any one of them. (L.Q - 1998)


* Child mortality in rural areas (S.N - 1996)


* Forms of labour bondage in Indian Agriculture (S.N - 1991)


* What is the notion of folk urban continuum in the study of peasant society? Is it applicable to Indian conditions? (L.Q - 1991)


* Discuss the major concepts and approaches employed by the anthropologists in the study of peasant society in India. (L.Q -1990)


*Peasant Society (S.N - 1985)

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