Outcome budget 2013-14 chapter-ii


Community genetics and health (Community Genetics Extension Programme)



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Community genetics and health (Community Genetics Extension Programme)


New development in human genetics and its implications need to be brought to the notice of common man and school children with respect to human molecular evolution and its adaptation.







Community genetics at high risk zones for Thalassemia sickle cell anemia and 66PD deficiency.

Securing of 1000 samples of hemoglobin disorders and complete analysis thereof. 3 scientific papers will be published based on the research finding of this project.



Anthropological scientific inputs on certain diseases like sickle cell, anemia and thalassemia & to prevent the occurrence of these diseases.

It is a continuing research and dissemination programme.

In scientific research of this kind, risk factors cannot be predicted.

(x)

Man & Environment


Documentation of bio-cultural diversity in the biospheres.

-Dissemination of knowledge of bio-cultural diversity and sustainability of population.









Approximately Two Biospheres will be studied during the year.

=Approximately Two reports in publishable form of earlier biosphere studies will be submitted.

-Approximately Two reports of earlier studied biospheres will be published.

-Approximately Two workshops will take place during the year for evaluation of the progress of the work.



Dissemination of knowledge of bio-cultural diversity and sustainability of population.

It is a continuous research training oriented programme




(xi)

Social Impact Assessment As Capacity Building

Development manpower to undertake SIA and conduct SIA study whenever required.

-Help Government with the SIA study before initiation of industrial set up









At least one SIA study will be conducted during the year.

-At least one earlier studied SIA report will be published.

-At least one workshop will take place for evaluation of the work.











(xii)

NEW SCHEME

Bio-Cultural Diversity, Environment and Sustainable Development



Documenting bio-cultural diversity of the people of India in different Cultural zones; identifying & documenting resources bases; analyzing linkages bio-cultural plurality, ownership & utilization of resources for sustainable development; review of development programmes from multiple perspectives and identification of critical gaps.







Study will be initiated in 15 villages including bordering villages and tribal areas.

Reports in publishable form to be submitted for early studies 15 villages.

4 workshops to be held for evaluation of the progress of the research scheme.

A few nomadic and artisans groups as well as itinerant traders to be studied as special case.

Empirical data to be collected through field work. Various techniques like PRA, GFD, etc. to be used.

Data on study villages communities and resource base to be collected from secondary sources.



Bio-cultural database for policy planning in term of eco-cultural zones.

Preparing an inventory of resource bases and their utilization from peoples’ perspective.

Prepare a draft module for micro planning for sustainable development.


April 2012 to June 2012.
July 2012- Sept. 2012.
Oct. 12- Sep. 13

Research studies to be accomplished with in XII Plan Period.



22 (a)

Assistance to State Governments, Institutions and Organizations for Documentation and Dissemination of Research Results in the Field of Anthropology

To provide financial assistance to external organization for documentation, digitization, etc. in the field of anthropology.

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Anthropological survey of India to provide financial assistance to projects proposed by the scientific department of the state govt., deptt. of anthropology of in Universities, NGO’s, etc.

Research regards in the field of anthropology through documentation and digitization.

This scheme has being transferred to An.S.I.

New Schemes proposed to be implemented in XII Plan

23.

Nehru Memorial Museum and Library

Responsible for collection of books, newspapers, unpublished references, private papers/ photographs film takes, and also translation of important papers relating to Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru.

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156.00

Plan funds include Rs. 150.00 crore as Corpus Fund.







Normally, non plan grant is used for administrative and establishment expenses including pension and retirement benefits.




  1. Research & Publication




  1. Award of Fellowships

  2. CR project

  3. Publications Programmes

  4. Centre for Contemporary Studies Strengthening of the Oral History Division

  5. Strengthening of manuscript division including digitization

  6. Development of IT infrastructure




To offer three levels of fellowships namely Senior Fellowship, Fellowships and Junior Fellowships and to institute, award scholarships and monitory assistance.

to undertake publication of books monographs etc., to organize lectures, seminars, symposia and conferences, to promote and encourage the study of Modern Indian History.










It has 32 sanctioned fellowships positions. The fellows have been working on different research projects namely a. modern Indian history and contemporary studies; b. prospective on Indian development and c. Indian and changing trends in the world economy and polity.

It proposes engagement of The final manuscript submitted by fellows are also published in book form.

Collection of material, selection of documents, word processing the documents for Vol. III of selected works of late Sh. Rajagopalachari.

Preparation of footnotes and comparison of research material. Procurement of microfilms readers, computers, scanner, etc Human Resources for above work. Tour’s of different parts of country for collection of material.

Publication of a MSS on Jawahar lal Nehru with a foreword by Mrs. Indira Gandhi. Organization of seminars, lectures, workshops, etc. NMML to carry out work of recording the reminiscences of eminent persons and to acquire equipment for the division.

Digitization of old archival documents of NMML is being carried out with the addition of new collection of archival documents.

-Imparting training to staff members and officers. Up-gradation of IT infrastructure.


The fellowship programme will strengthen advanced historical scholarship in our country and will result in a number of standard publications.

To benefit the scholarly community.


To interact and share the knowledge.

To keep pace with modern techniques under IT infrastructure.




It is a regular feature to continue the ongoing research scheme.






  1. Development of Library


To maintain a Library of books, pamphlets, newspapers, periodicals, microfilms, still photographs, motions pictures, sound recording and other materials bearing on the History of Modern India with special reference to the Freedom Movement.


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