Volume : 7, Issue : 8, AUG 2021

A REVIEW ON THE ROLE OF YOUTH IN THE SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF TEA GARDEN COMMUNITY IN ASSAM

BOSCO EKKA, DR G. ALBIN JOSEPH

Abstract

The tea manor industry of Assam covers countless regions and possesses the top position in the field of the Indian economy. In 1833, Robert Bruce, a youthful British official assumed a part in the disclosure of tea in Assam. Bit by bit, the European grower class opened numerous tea gardens in the whole piece of Assam. As we realize that the tea industry is a work–arranged industry that requires an enormous number of laborers.

The English government brought an enormous number of Adivasi ethnic gatherings to Assam for working in the tea gardens from various pieces of India which had their own social also, social qualities. With the progression of time, the tea garden laborers' local area had fostered another socio-social character and added to the development of another composite society. These social highlights make them an unmistakable local area inside another climate.

The current paper which is named " Role of Youth in Socio-Economic Development of tea garden communities is an investigation of the current status of the youth of the state of tea gardens. " It is an endeavor to examine the interaction and commitment of the youth in updating the tea business and the Assamese society. It likewise manages the present financial condition and fate of the tea garden community.

The paper additionally managed the general condition of their backwardness and makes an investigation on political activation of tea garden local area and the job of which makes an impressive level of effect on contemporary legislative issues of the State. It likewise clarifies the different chances for youth which are accessible in the tea area.

Keywords

TEA GARDEN COMMUNITY OF INDIA AND ASSAM, YOUTH, BEHAVIOUR, ENTREPRENEURSHIP, IMPORT-EXPORT SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES.

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