4 edition of Socio-economic profile of Indian Muslims found in the catalog.
Socio-economic profile of Indian Muslims
K. G. Munshi
Includes bibliographical references (p. 181-185).
|Contributions||Institute of Objective Studies (New Delhi, India)|
|LC Classifications||DS432.M84 M85 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 185 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||185|
|LC Control Number||97905186|
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Muslims in India: Past and Present Edited from book: Hindu Chauvinism and Muslims in India By Murtahin Billah Jasir Fazlie The Muslim community of India, with its major segment having indigenous Indian origin is more Indian then the descendants of Aryan invaders who had their origin somewhere in the Central Asia. Profile. India is one of the oldest civilizations in the world with a kaleidoscopic variety and rich cultural heritage. It has achieved all-round socio-economic progress since its Independence. India has become self-sufficient in agricultural production and is now one of the top industrialised countries in the world and one of the few nations.
Socio-Economic Based Indicators The NSSO’s survey which gathered socio-economic data from various segments of the Indian population failed to provide specific data on Muslim groups. Omar Khalidi however has produced a brilliant economic analysis of the marginalisation of Muslims in Uttar Pradesh. Historians Elliot and Dowson say in their book The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians, that the first ship bearing Muslim travellers was seen on the Indian coast as early as CE. H.G. Rawlinson in his book Ancient and Medieval History of India claims that the first Arab Muslims settled on the Indian coast in the last part of the.
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This paper presents a demographic and socio-economic profile of the Muslims in India, who form the largest minority in the country. At million strong, Muslims constitute 12% of the population of by: 9. Mehadavi, Bohra and Ahmadiya Muslim groups are important which are inspired by the promised reformers.
The purpose of this paper is to document the socio-economic profile of the ChannapatnaMehadavi Muslims. This profile is built on the basis of the findings of a small field-study carried out by us during the months of November-December Origin of Mehadavi Community.
Muslims in India, but its use is limited to study of Muslims in contextual or Anthropological perspective (Mainuddin, ) or in other words, ‘role of religion in Muslim life and culture’(Hasan and Menon, ).
For the first time, the data on Muslims socio-economic indicators have File Size: KB. was the point of pondering for minorities in general and Indian Muslims in particular. The committee studied the socio-economic conditions of Muslim community in comparison with other communities of India.
The findings of the Sachar committee were very shocking about Indian Muslims. The report confirmed Muslim community as the mostAuthor: Allam Mohammad.
Muslim OBCs: A Profile 4. Approaches to Affirmative action for Muslim OBCs Social, Economic and Educational Status of Muslim Community of India This matter is in the purview of Delimitation Commission.
The Committee hopes that it would receive the Social, Economic and Educational Status of the Muslim Community of India, the. Who are the Indian Muslims (and what is their 'brand' of Islam). [Book extract] The Islamic Connection, edited by Christophe Jaffrrelot and Laurence Louer, explores the eclectic Indo-Persianate world.
While the perception of deprivation is widespread among Muslims, there has been no systematic effort since Independence to analyze the condition of religious minorities in the country. Despite the need to analyze the socio-economic and educational conditions of different SRCs, until recently appropriate data for such an analysis was not.
This is the first comprehensive and objective sociological study of the Indian Muslim, and is written by one who has lived through the political and social conflicts of twentieth century India and is taking an active part in the emotional integration of the Indian s: 1.
Geographic disparities: Muslims are more concetrated in India's interior - UP, Telengana, Bihar, MP, where there is overall lower development due to a variety of factors . Muslim concentration in high growth states such as Maharashtra, Goa, Tamil Nadu, Punjab, Haryana, Gujarat and.
In order to underscore his argument, he implies that there are two categories dividing the Muslim population of India: “good Muslims”, who are liberal and moderate in their political and religious leanings, and “bad Muslims”, who are conservative and fundamentalist in their outlook.
provide fresh data of current Socio-economic status of Dalit Muslims community in rural Karnataka and to develop strategies and action plans for enhancement, integration and development of that.
Muslims constitute 98 to percent of the population with a total population of less than million. The reason for this exclusion is the lack of data for most of the demographic, socio-economic and health characteristics for these countries.
Demographic Transition in Muslim-majority Countries. MODERN EDUCATION AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC CHANGE (A case study of Muslim women in Pune city, India) status and Socio-economic profile of the sample population indicates that there is The above facts are more than sufficient to give an idea of dismal socio-economic Problems of Muslims in India at large.
This scenario also helps us to deduce. National Study on Socio-Economic Condition of Muslims in India Paperback – January 1, by Jimmy Dabhi (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback Author: Jimmy Dabhi. SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF MUSLIM WOMEN / LAKSHMI DEVI TABLE 1: EDUCATIONAL ATT AINMENT OF SOCIO-RELIGIOUS CATEGORIES (MALES) Education level ST/SC OBC Other non- OBC Other All Muslims Total Muslims Muslims Muslims Not literate Below primary Primary.
For the first time, the data on Muslims socio-economic indicators have been released by National Sample Survey Organization (NSSO) through its 43 round survey conducting during The analyzed state wise data reveals us that the presentation of Muslims are poor in most of the socio-economic indicators like literacy.
Muslim Family Structure and Socio-Economic Conditions: A Geographical Analysis by. Shabahat (Author). Syed Ahmed Taqvi 'Khan Bahadur' was born on 17 October in Delhi, which was the capital of the Mughal Empire in the ruling times of Mughal Emperor Akbar generations of his family had since been highly connected with the administrative position in Mughal maternal grandfather Khwaja Fariduddin served as Wazir (lit.
Minister) in the court of Emperor Akbar Shah II. Muslims, the largest minority who make up % of India’s billion population, come out pretty much at the bottom of most socio-economic indices, even a decade after a high-level government. Another book that greatly helped me was, The Economic Consequences of Divided India: a study of the economy of India and Pakistan, by Chandulal Nagindas Vakil.
This book helped me answer the question of economy more detailed. I also interviewed my grandma, which gave me more of a cultural feel on how to answer this question. Get this from a library! Socio-economic profile of Indian Muslims: a case study of Gujarat. [K G Munshi; Institute of Objective Studies (New Delhi, India)].Muslims in India: Confident in Democracy Despite Economic and Educational Challenges Muslim Indians are more likely than the country's Hindus and members of all other religions - including those who don't belong to a religious group - to be "suffering.".Socio Economic Profileof Muslims in Maharashtra, Department of Economics, SNDt women's University, Mumbai.