Empowerment of Indian Muslims: Perspectives, Planning and Road Ahead

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  • Author :Mirza Asmer Beg, A.R. Kidwai
  • Year of Publication :2012
  • ISBN: :9788180698866
  • Language: :English
  • Binding: :Hard Bound
  • No of Pages: XVI, 174
  • Size: 23 cms
  • Categories: Political Science, Religion

About the Book :

As social exclusion and marginality studies have their bearing on our educational system, we felt the pressing need for addressing this important and topical issue. The contributors to this volume were requested, in particular, to look into the processes of marginalization and put forward specific suggestions and recommendations, which may help realize the dream of empowering the Muslims and of improving their lot. The effort here is to see how implementable proposals can be woven in the policy framework and their implementation monitored at the grass root level. Although these suggestions are directed at the Planning Commission, Ministry of Minorities Affairs and other government agencies, the scholars and students should find this volume of much interest and relevance. It should prompt the Muslims to do some soul searching and stock taking in terms of both conceiving and executing remedial actions.

About Author :

Mirza Asmer Beg is Professor of Political Science at the Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India. He is Fellow of Salzburg Global Seminars, Austria. He is the author of In the Tug-of-War. He had contributed seven articles to the International Encyclopaedia of Affirmative Action (Greenwood Publishing Company, USA). He has written more than twenty five research papers in national and international journals. He has also contributed more than fifty articles in national dailies.

Abdur Raheem Kidwai is Professor of English and Director of UGC Academic Staff College, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India. He is also Visiting Fellow at the Department of English, University of Leicester. His publications include Orientalism in Lord Byrons Turkish Tales, US/Canada, Lewiston, Mellen University Press, 1995; The Crescent and the Cross: Image of the Orient in English Literature, Aligarh Muslim University, 1997; Stranger than Fiction: Image of Islam/Muslims in English Fiction, APH, New Delhi, 2000 (Edited Volume); Behind the Veil: Representation of Muslim Woman in Indian Writings in English 1950-2000, APH, New Delhi, 2007 (Edited Volume); Literary Orientalism: A Companion, New Delhi, Viva Books, 2009, Higher Education: Issues and Challenges, (Edited Volume), New Delhi, Viva Books, 2010. The Holy and the Unholy Critical Essays on Qaisra Shahrazs Fiction (Edited Volume), New Delhi, Sarup and Sons, 2010.