After a significant triumph over the toughest exams of the country when the adolescents put their feet in the elite engineering lands called IITs and NITs, they tend to taste a different life altogether.
The morning of 21st January, 2015 witnessed a group of connoisseurs ambling into the New Senate Hall of the Department of Humanities and Social Sciences. In collaboration with the Census, Odisha, the department conducted a one-day Data Dissemination Workshop titled ‘Primary Census Abstract (PCA), Individual SC/ST, Literacy and Workers’ based on Census of India 2011.
Human being is said to be the most wonderful creation of God. The psyche, the thought mechanism and the brain as a whole when implemented in the right direction can no doubt, do wonder but this gift doesn’t seem to be evenly distributed among the human genre. Yes, some people find it difficult to learn behaviours needed in everyday life. Yes, some people are different.
We live in a country that cradles our societies in social taboos and unrealistic superstitions. When these interdict are given paramount importance, the picture of the obvious muddle associated with reflects an ignored picturesque.
The deprived, the penurious, the populace that is put on the back burner, the indigenous tribes, are being talked about not only in policy making arenas but also amidst the scholastic crowd. A country, rich in tribal population no doubt boasts of their culture and their beautiful eccentricity but the seeds of development for these people don’t seem to have been sowed well enough to raise their identity at national level, let alone globally.