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Time Allowed : Three Hours Maximum Marks 300

Each question is printed both in Hindi and in English. Answers must be written in the medium specified in the Admission Certificate issued to you, which must be stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space provided for the purpose. No marks will be given for the answers written in a medium other than that specified in the Admission Certificate. Candidates should attempt Questions no. I and 5 which are compulsory, and any three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each Section. The number of marks carried by each question is indicated at the end of the question.
IMPORTANT : Whenever a question is being attempted, all its parts/sub-parts must be attempted contiguously. This means that before moving on to the next question to be attempted, candidates must finish attempting all parts/sub-parts of the previous question attempted. This is to be strictly followed. Pages left blank in the answer-book are to be clearly struck out in ink. Any answers that follow pages left blank may not be given credit.


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SECTION A 1. Write short notes (in about 150 words each) on the following : 12x5=60 (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) Sacred Geography Youth Dormitory Narmada Man Participatory Rural Appraisal Palaeolithic Art

2. (a) Trace the trajectory of encyclopaedic works on tribes and castes of South India with special reference to Ananthakrishna Iyer's contribution. (b) Discuss the concept of 'indigenous people' as per the relevant UN convention. Are tribals of India indigenous people ? Comment. (c) Critically examine the relationship between tribal communities and the Nation-State on issues of governance. 3. (a) Examine the relevance of Tribal Panchsheel by Jawaharlal Nehru in the light of emerging development practices. (b) Using ethnographic examples, highlight the processes of religious conversions in Tribal India. (c) Using suitable examples, bring out the historical processes of the social exclusion of denoti lied tribes. F-DTN-M-BOUB 2 20 20 20 20 20 20

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6. (a) Critically examine the prevalence of caste ideology among religious minorities in the Indian context. (b) Discuss the linkages between language, territoriality and kinship among the tribes of North-East India.
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7. (a) Critically examine the National Policy on Rehabilitation and Resettlement substantiating it with experiences from different parts of India. (b) Compare the salient features and distribution of the Middle Palaeolithic and Upper Palaeolithic cultures in India. Add a note on the tool traditions of the Upper Palaeolithic period.
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