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Indian Social Institute was established in 1951, response to the challenges of nation-building and a new emerging social order in an independent India.The vision of the institute is to build a just, humane, secular and democratic Indian society wherein the poor and marginalized communities cherish their equality, dignity, freedom, justice, peace and harmony.

Over last six decades the institute has committed itself in brining social transformation through socially relevant research, training and action, publication and advocacy works aimed at integral development of the marginalized communities, particularly the Dalits, Adivasis/tribals, women, minorities, unorganized and landless labourers in partnership with academicians, people’s movements, human rights organizations and ecological movements nationally and internationally.

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Taking sides: reservation quotas and minority rights in india Whose country is it anyway Doing data analysis with SPSS version 18/ Building inclusive cities : Discovering statistics using SPSS : Bridging the social gap : Development of a primitive tribe : Many Everests: An Inspiring Journey of Transforming Dreams Into Reality Changing character of tribal environment: Baigas of Central India Seeking communion: Price of the Modi Years Debating India: Sociology of education in India: Economic Survey 2014-15

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