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S Murugananthan – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Backward Class movements and its historical struggles in tamil nadu politics
    International Journal of Research, 2015
    Co-Authors: S Murugananthan

    Abstract:

    To stop this social hierarchy the non-Brahmin movement such the Justice Party was established, also Periyar “Self-Respect Movement and Diravidar Kazhagam got a historical role against the Brahmins.

Smitha M Bhavikatti – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • the Backward Class movement in princely state of mysore 1916 35 a study
    History Research Journal, 2019
    Co-Authors: Smitha M Bhavikatti

    Abstract:

    Princely state of Mysore was under direct rule of the British chief commissioners for nearly fifty years from 1831 to 1881. The state has been recognized as “Progressive” and “Model” in the British colonial period. The native rule in Mysore ensured that the transfer of power was one of the form rather than one of the substance. The British controlled the administration of Mysore indirectly through their Resident. After rendition in 1881 it was found necessary to have popular support and that was why the representative’s institutions emerged that was Representative assembly in 1881 under the Dewanship of Rangacharlu. Mysore was the first state to have institution in which the local elites were the first members. The wants and grievances of the people were expressed in the assembly and government gave them due consideration. These developments created a new awareness among the socially marginalized sections of the society resulted to organized Backward Class movements in Princely state of Mysore. The Back ward Class movement in Princely state of Mysore, which began at 20th century, has taken different dimensions. It is interesting to note that Back ward Class movement mainly centered round the recruitment to government posts at various levels. This paper focuses on the emergence of Back ward Class movement in Princely state of Mysore twentieth century towards Nationalism and to take part in Indian National movement.

  • The Backward Class Movement In Princely State Of Mysore 1916-35 – A Study
    , 2019
    Co-Authors: Smitha M Bhavikatti

    Abstract:

    Princely state of Mysore was under direct rule of the British chief commissioners for nearly fifty years from 1831 to 1881. The state has been recognized as “Progressive” and “Model” in the British colonial period. The native rule in Mysore ensured that the transfer of power was one of the form rather than one of the substance. The British controlled the administration of Mysore indirectly through their Resident. After rendition in 1881 it was found necessary to have popular support and that was why the representative’s institutions emerged that was Representative assembly in 1881 under the Dewanship of Rangacharlu. Mysore was the first state to have institution in which the local elites were the first members. The wants and grievances of the people were expressed in the assembly and government gave them due consideration. These developments created a new awareness among the socially marginalized sections of the society resulted to organized Backward Class movements in Princely state of Mysore. The Back ward Class movement in Princely state of Mysore, which began at 20th century, has taken different dimensions. It is interesting to note that Back ward Class movement mainly centered round the recruitment to government posts at various levels. This paper focuses on the emergence of Back ward Class movement in Princely state of Mysore twentieth century towards Nationalism and to take part in Indian National movement.

N. Amutha Kumari – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Educational Perspectives In Tamil Nadu Under Karunanithi
    , 2019
    Co-Authors: Bindhu M, N. Amutha Kumari

    Abstract:

    In 1967 Kalaignar Karunanithi became the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.  Since his inception to power he was very particular that educational developments should come to the forefront to highlight the growth of Tamil Nadu.  From the primary level upto the collegiate level he concentrated his attentions to bring about progress.  He provided free education and large number of schools and colleges were started.  Women’s education was given priority and Backward Class communities were given proper representation in admissions.  He introduced a new educational policy known as ‘Samacheer Kalvi’ and was very particular that Tamil Nadu should started first in educational advancements