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Vijaykumar Ranappa , Jaikishan Thakur
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Ashok Yakkaldevi
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This Article focuses on problems and challenges of scheduled caste women : a sociological analysis The “Scheduled Castes” is the legal and constitutional name collectively given to the groups which have traditionally occupied the lowest status in Indian society and the Hindu religion which provides the religious and ideological basis for an “untouchable” group, which was outside the caste system and inferior to all other castes. The terms are recognised in the Constitution of India and the various groups are designated in one or other of the categories. During the period of British rule in the Indian subcontinent, they were known as the Depressed Classes. In modern literature, the Scheduled Castes are sometimes referred to as Dalits. Sociologically the word gender refers to the soc-cultural definition of man and woman, the way societies distinguish men and women and assign them social roles. The distinction between sex and gender was introduced to deal with the general tendency to attribute women’s subordination to their anatomy. The Scheduled Castes (SCs, also known as Dalits) among the most socially and economically disadvantaged groups in India.
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