Amit Shah to inaugurate National Institute of Tribal Research in Delhi
NEW DELHI: Union Home Minister Amit Shah will inaugurate the National Tribal Research Institute (NTRI) in the nation’s capital on Tuesday.
The Ministry of Tribal Affairs has declared that NTRI will be a leading national institute and will become the focal point for tribal concerns, issues and issues in the academic, executive and legislative spheres.
It will collaborate and network with reputable research institutes, universities, organizations as well as academic bodies and resource centers. It will oversee the projects of Tribal Research Institutes (TRIs), Centers of Excellence (CoEs), NFS academic researchers, and set standards for improving the quality of research and training.
Its other activities would include providing policy contributions to the Ministry of Tribal Affairs as well as state welfare departments, designing studies and programs that improve or support the socio-economic aspects of tribal lifestyles, to create and maintain a PMAGY database, to provide guidelines for the establishment and management of tribal museums and the presentation of India’s rich tribal cultural heritage under one roof.
Union Tribal Affairs Minister Arjun Munda, Justice Minister Kiren Rijiju, State Minister for Tribal Affairs Renuka Singh Saruta and Bishweswar Tudu, and other Union Ministers will also join the meeting. ‘inauguration.
An exhibition showcasing the achievements of the Ministry of Tribal Affairs under the leadership of the Prime Minister will be on display. More than 100 tribal artisans and tribal dance troupes across the country will showcase their indigenous products and performances.