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The socio-economic development of marginalized section in particular the tribe in India much lies in their self-reliance. Predominantly, these classes are making their survival through means of daily wages or depend on services in case of some education. However, this mere means of livelihood has not come to much rescue for the tribes. There is need to include this backward classes in the process of wealth and employment creation.  A very purposeful attempt needs to be undertaken to facilitate the growth of self-employment as well as providing all the necessary support in establishing enterprises.

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