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Famous young sociologist of India Dr. Ankur Pare’s International and National level field based research papers

Dr. Ankur Pare, the famous sociologist at International and National level has published many research papers in the International Research Journal. His major research work was economical development and displacement, resettlement and rehabilitation, migration, problems of refugees, disaster management, problem of food security, panchayat, human rights, tribal problem etc.

  • Conceptualising Displacement : Study of problems and Consequences of Development Causing Displacement due to Narmada Malwa Gambhir Link Project. He did research and found Narmada Malwa Gambhir Link Project is an irrigation project and its aim to provide irrigation facilities in Indore and Ujjain districts of Malwa Region along with water for drinking and industrial purpose.


  • Dr. Ankur Pare did research and written Research paper on “Development Causing Displacement and Resettlement: Social Problem and Human Rights”. In his research he found that Development caused displacement often leads to a decrease in all six basic dimensions of human development, mentioned by UNDP (equity, empowerment, cooperation, sustainability, security and productivity). Due to displacement human rights of the people are hampered. Human rights cover economic and social rights such as the right to an adequate standard of living, right to adequate food, housing, water and sanitation, right to education and these all problems are faced by displaced people.



  • Dr. Ankur Pare did research and in his research of “Sociological Study of Cultural life of Women of Korku Tribes (With Special Reference of District- Harda)” he found that Korku tribes settled down in forest areas. Korku tribes are mainly found in Betul, Chindwara and Harda district of Madhya Pradesh. Korku women well dress up with traditional ornaments. Men wear traditional dhoti and Angocha on head. Korku tribe is considered as most backward and poor tribe. Most of the korkus are under poverty and are deprived of development. Majority of Korku lived in a joint family and male domination culture exists in this tribal community.


  • Dr. Pare did research on “Sociological Study of Affected Displaced Families due to Kundaliya and Mohanpura Projects (With Special Reference of District- Shajapur and Rajgarh)” and in his research paper he presented due to Kundaliya and Mohanpura projects villages of Shajapur and Rajgarh district are affected. The relocation of the people have implications on the lives of the people as their will be a change in the means of livelihood, traditional occupation, infrastructures, socio-cultural practices associated with them.


  • Dr. Ankur Pare did research on “Sociological Study of Affected Women and Children due to Hydel Electric Projects (With Special Reference of District – Rajgarh)” and in this research paper he presented that in villages women move around freely but due to hydel electric projects increase in security risk occur for women. Widow remarriage is not agreed by villagers so widows are dependent on their family this is the reason why widow are feeling insecure due to displacement caused by hydel electric projects. Low age of marriage of boys and girls exist in villages due to which development of their personality is not possible. After relocation better educational facilities will be provided to the children and marriageable age of boys and girls will increase.


  • Dr. Pare did research on “Sociological Study of Cultural Life of Korku Tribes Women” and presented in this research paper that Korku women are responsible for efficient functioning of household and they also do agricultural work.  Korku celebrates different types of festivals throughout the year. During festival they dance with different style in traditional dresses. They celebrate different festivals like gudipadwa, akhatij, dodbali, jiroti, pola, dev-dussehra, magh-dussehra, diwali and holi. Korku tribes are superstitious. Korku people own cattle but due to shortage of water they are not able to make cattle rearing as their source of livelihood.


  • Dr. Pare did research on “Sociological Study of Affected Displaced Families due to Mohanpura Hydel Electric Projects” and in this research paper he presented that Mohanpura irrigation project is across the river Newaj which is the tributary of the Chambal Basin. The villages affected by this project exist patriarchal society with male dominance in the village. Farmers are dependent on rainfall. Due to this project they will be provided better irrigation facilities. The people whose land or house is coming under submerge will be provided housing facility and other facility like educational facility, health facility, better living standard etc.


  • Dr. Pare did research on “Sociological Study of the Economic Status of Affected Families due to Kundaliya and Mohanpura Hydel Electric Projects”. He found in his research maximum population of affected families were having agriculture as their main occupation and depend on agricultural land. There will be loss of livelihood and income of the affected population once they are displaced from the affected village and being resettled in a new resettlement site. Like cattle rearing is additional source of income besides agriculture for the affected population. Once they are displaced at new resettlement site the cattle rearing activity will take time coming back to its normal feature.


  • Dr. Pare did research on “Critical Study of Social Situation of Affected Families due to Hydel Electric Projects (With Special Reference of Kundaliya and Mohanpura Hydel Electric Projects)” and presented in his research paper that affected families due to hydel electric projects were living in villages from generations with their traditional social fabric and culture in which they have inbuilt support system, traditional mechanism and interdependence to live happily. The elderly members of the village feel very apprehensive and worried how this behavioral change will be faced in their life in the relocation site. The affect of relocation and loss of land bring stress and insecurities in families.


  • Dr. Ankur Pare did research on “Sociological Study of Displacement of Affected families due to hydel electric projects: With special reference of National Rehabilitation and Resettlement Policy 2007” and found that for the development of the country the making of hydel electric project is very important. The Advantage due to hydel electric projects is water is available for irrigation, production of electricity, production of fish, drinking water. On the one hand there are advantages from the making of Multipurpose projects and on the other hand there are some disadvantages, like for the making of projects land acquisition is done due to which lakhs of people are displaced. So to sort out this problem National Rehabilitation and Resettlement Policy was made. According to this policy, minimum displacement of the people and to Identify non-displacing or least displacing alternatives in consultation with the requiring body, hold consultation with the affected families while preparing rehabilitation and resettlement scheme or plan, ensure that the interests of adversely affected persons of the Scheduled tribes and weaker sections are protected etc.


  • Dr. Ankur Pare did research and written research paper on “Study of Role of Panchayati Raj in all over development of Villages”. In his research paper he presented that Panchayati Raj plays very important role in the development of villages. Panchayats can reach where bureaucrats can’t. Gram Panchayats work at village level and implement the policies made by the government. Panchayati Raj has provided support to bring positive change in rural social structure. Now people have started participating in development work and highlighting the failures and critical view in the implementation of development programs. Panchayati Raj Institutions have emphasized in awakening the spirit of responsiveness in the villagers. Under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, school is being constructed in every village. The village panchayat does the work of providing land for the construction of the schools. The Sarpanch has been given the responsibility of monitoring the money which is sent by government to build a school. Panchayati Raj institutions have an important role in implementing the government’s development programs at local level and showing the desired results.


  • He did research on “A Critical Study of the Challenges and Solutions of Disaster Management in India” and in his research paper he explained that disaster management is very important for country’s policy framework as poor people are worst affected to disaster. India is very sensitive towards natural disasters (flood, earthquake and landslide) as well as man-made disasters (chemical and industrial disasters). Disaster management is very important for sustainable development and environmental protection of our country. The biggest challenge during the disasters is to restore the facility of transport, food, water and shelter, despite all the difficulties for the affected areas due to disaster. Transportation routes are blocked, the electricity grid is failed and it becomes very difficult for the sufferers to get relief on time. Due to disasters, there is adverse impact on sectors like industries, especially communication and technology and this damages our economy. Pre-preparation of disaster management should be done such as sensitivity assessment, planning, institutional structure, information system, warning systems, public education and training and foreboding etc.


  • He did research on “Food Security in India: Challenges and Solutions”. In his research paper he focuses India have achieved food security but still problems like malnutrition and hunger in our country are not being solved. There is no shortage of grains in our country, which is considered to be the cause of hunger. Actually today the country’s large population does not have enough money, so that he can eat food and not able to feed his family. In fact, it is challenging to provide food security to every citizen of the country. On one side, growing population on the other side the farmers are moving to non-agricultural areas. To improve the status of food security in India setting up of Mega Food Park, organic farming, reduced use of chemical fertilizers, food coupon system and buffer stocks should be increased.


  • Dr. Ankur Pare did research on “Social Situation of Korku Tribes”. In this research paper he focuses the social situation of Korku tribes. Korku lives in a small group. Korku tribe is observed as most backward and poor tribe. This tribal community dwells in hilly region. Their food consist of jawar,  bajra, corn,  kutki etc. Man is the head of the family as well as society. The highly respected male of the society is to be called purohit. Agriculture is the primary source of livelihoods. Many of the them employed seasonally as agricultural labourers.

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