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Ministry of Tribal Affairs07-December, 2012 18:52 IST
Migration of Tribals

The reasons of migration of Sts include, (i) in search of employment, (ii) in search of better employment, (iii) business, (iv) to take up employment/better employment, (v) transfer of service/contract, (vi) proximity to place of work, (vii) studies, (viii) natural disaster (drought, flood, tsunami, etc.,), (ix) social / political problems  (riots, terrorism, political refugee, bad law and order, etc.,), (x) displacement by development project, (xi) acquisition of own house/ flat, (xii) housing problems, (xiii) health care, (xiv) post-retirement, (xv) marriage, (xvi) migration of parent/earning member of the family, (xvii) others and (xviii) reasons not known. (Source : NSS 64th Round Report No.553).

The detail is given in the Table below.

Migration rate for scheduled tribe (Number of migrants per 1000 persons)

All-India

Social

group

 

Category of persons

Rural

Urban

Male

Female

Person

Male

Female

Person

Scheduled Tribes  (1999-2000)

56

357

204

282

411

345

All social group (1999-2000)

69

426

244

257

418

334

Scheduled Tribes    (2007-08)

47

440

238

288

430

356

All social group (2007-08)

54

477

261

259

456

354

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(Source : NSS 64th Round Report No.553)

            This Ministry does not have a rehabilitation policy for migrating tribals since individuals migrate for varying reasons. The Central Government and the State Governments through their programmes and policies seek to address different requirements/issues.

             This information was given by the Minister of State for Tribal Affairs                  Smt. Ranee Narah in a written reply in the Lok Sabha today.

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