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CfP: Seminar on Problems of Educated Tribal Youths for Securing Job at Tripura University [Feb 27-28]: Submit by Feb 15

Tribal Research and Cultural Institute (TRI), Government of Tripura & Department of Rural Studies, Tripura University in collaboration with the Centre for North East Studies and Policy Research, JMI, is organizing a 2-Days National Seminar on “Problems of Educated Tribal Youths for Securing Job: Special References to the Tribal Youths of Tripura” on February 27-28, 2020. The seminar will be hosted at Tripura University, Suryamaninagar.

About the Seminar

The youth constitute a major and enlightened chunk of the population in every society. The pace of economic development and political stability, as well as peace and prosperity of the society, depends on their active participation. They are the vanguard of progress as well as social change. The period of youth stands for growth, development, action and leadership.
Youth have historically taken a significant role in the struggle for progress and social change. They participated during the freedom struggle of India against the colonial rule. They constitute a vital and vibrant human resource.  They have a right as well as an obligation to participate actively in national development and in shaping the destiny of their respective nations.
Hence, their problems are part of the problem that the society as whole faces. However, they are often seen as a vulnerable group who suffer from the envious criticism of their elders. They are often projected as militant, rebellions, irrational and indiscipline.

  • Factors of job problems for educated tribal youths
  • Issues of Female Work Participation Rates (FWPRs)
  • Government schemes for tribal youths
  • Role of skill-based programs in addressing job problems of tribal youths
  • Role of technology in addressing job problems of tribal youths
  • Social challenges of educated tribal widows in the job market
  • Soft skill challenges of tribal youths in job market
  • Challenges of cultural transmission for the tribal youths in the job market
  • Career Self-Efficacy Theory and the educated tribal youths
  • Computer software self-efficacy and the educated tribal youths
Important dates
  • Last date for submission of Paper Proposal/Extended Abstract: February 15, 2020
  • Communication of acceptance: February 18, 2020
  • Last date for submission of full paper: February 23, 2020

There is no registration fee.


Email: jobproblemsoftribalyouths[at]
Mobile No.: 9436126014
Whatsapp No.: 9863426466

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