Participation of scheduled caste on political processes and decision makingAuthor(s):
Dr. Sanjay Kumar NiralaAbstract:
Development involves both objective and subjection dimensions. The objective dimension covers the quality of life, whereas the subjective dimensions involve values and modes of thinking, degree of self-confidence and efficiency (Chanuhan, 1993). These modes can be observed in various aspects of community life. The present paper focuses upon the emerging self confidence and efficacy dimensions of a scheduled caste at the local level in the rural areas in a region in Bihar. Here political participation it self considered as inindicator of their development, Thus the main question addressed and attenp [ted here is to what extent have the scheduled castes really been participating in the political processes of the local community?
Whether this political participation leads to decision making and it is generating self-confidence and efficacy among them. If so, how far and under what condition are they being generated. Their political participation is there during elections for the national parliament, state assemblies and the local village panchyat. To be more specific, the present attempt focuses on the participation of the schedule caste in local level elections and thereby their role in decision making. This focus is purposive as the lectionary becomes more intense. As personal and face to face relations are mobilized, as local issues become important and the elected as well as influence community affairs in daily life. The Participation of the scheduled caste in electioneering and for nation of panchyat there after, their role in the functioning of panchyat their influencing the decision making process is taken role of.DOI: 10.33545/27068919.2020.v2.i3d.158Pages: 272-273 | Views: 1033 | Downloads: 509Download Full Article: Click Here
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Dr. Sanjay Kumar Nirala. Participation of scheduled caste on political processes and decision making
. Int J Adv Acad Stud 2020;2(3):272-273. DOI: 10.33545/27068919.2020.v2.i3d.158