Researchers World - International Refereed Social Sciences Journal <p><strong>Researchers World - International Refereed Social Sciences Journal (RW-IRSSJ)</strong> is a peer-reviewed open-access journal that is published by R-World Publications, India (from 2021). Journal set to work in 2010 publishing original research work about in the field of Social Sciences. This journal believes in Golden open access where the authors pay the charges of the publication and the articles are made open access for everyone upon publication. The only revenue for the journal is the publication fee as the journal does not accept any advertisements.<br />All scholars who want to publish with R-World, are recommended to read our policies carefully before submitting their manuscript.</p> <p><strong> Call for Papers - Volume XV, Issue 1, 2024</strong></p> <p> <sup>Please submit to <a href=""></a>or <a href="">Click here </a>as per <a href="">Submission Guidelines</a></sup></p> en-US (R-World Publications, India) (R-World Publications, India) Thu, 25 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 60 A Review of Literature: Problems and Challenges in Implementing Government Welfare Schemes for Development of Tribal <p><strong>Purpose:</strong> Tribal population of India constitutes a significant minority with unique cultural beliefs, traditions and identities. In order to assisting in socio-economic growth, the government of India has implemented various schemes and programs for Tribes. These initiatives aim to address basic needs such as sanitation, education, healthcare and housing facilities for the tribal population. <strong>Methodology:</strong> In this study secondary data source is used. This study is based on review of literature related with Tribal, problems faced by them and schemes of the government for welfare of Tribal.&nbsp; <strong>Findings:</strong> The government has implemented several programs to facilitate the socio-economic growth of tribes. These programs provide financial and other kinds of assistance aimed at helping Tribal for improving their living standard, as well as enhancing access to education and healthcare services. Despite numerous strategies implemented for tribal welfare, the goal of achieving comprehensive and equitable socio-economic development remains unmet. This failure can be attributed to several factors. <strong>Implications:</strong> Such programs are designed to provide Tribal with capacity building, technical assistance and financial aid to empower them to participate in activities for generating income, enhancing agricultural productivity, and improve access to education and healthcare. The government is committed to ensuring the successful implementation of these programs, thereby enabling Tribal to benefit from the outcomes of these efforts. <strong>Originality:</strong> This research work is an original work of author and in this research study all the references are duly cited.</p> Mr. Vivek Mohan Morey, Dr. Nandkishor N. Dhondge Copyright (c) 2024 R-World Publications, India Thu, 25 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000 HBU Campuses and Universities of Technology: Dealing with the Apartheid Legacy for Equity and more Evenly Developed Higher Education Sector <p><strong>Purpose: </strong>The main purpose of this paper is to shed a light on the South African university roadmap and make some contributions to the country, to its students and to the vast range of industries that it services, locally and internationally. The scientific and academic achievements of universities in South Africa have been phenomenal, from outreach programs at universities, to high quality scientific areas, and to development and research, whether in social or the natural sciences. This article addresses the questions like what studies are offered at Historically Black Universities (HBUs) or what are now black campuses and remain so in terms of their student populations being predominantly African and deals with what is significant in the descriptions below is what is not offered at these universities. An attempt is made in this paper the structural division of institutions, historically white and black, developed, and under-developed, urban and rural, well-resourced and under-resourced, larger scale and smaller scale universities in South Africa. <strong>Methodology:</strong> To address the research questions sated above, this paper used the qualitative methodology where the information and the relevant literature collected from the internet sources and content analysis has been made. <strong>Implications:</strong> this research work deals with the work of academics and activists lies in the creation of multiple spaces for growth, such as in its labor laws, or in the construction of Sector Education Training Authorities (SETA’s). On the other hand, the country remains on the edge of a precipice in relation to its disaffected (but optimistic) youth, its marginalized rural areas, and in its rife divisions between the poor and the wealthy. <strong>Originality:</strong> This&nbsp;&nbsp; paper&nbsp;&nbsp; contributes&nbsp;&nbsp; for the HB universities can use the framework to understand marginalized student communities in South Africa.</p> Dr. Kiran Odhav, Prof. Dr. Ravinder Rena Copyright (c) 2024 R-World Publications, India Thu, 25 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000 Agri-prenuers: Their Role in Developing Agriculture Domain and Achieving Sustainable Economic Development <p><strong>Purpose:</strong> Agriculture has a strategically vital importance in the economic development of nation. There has been a drastic change in the agricultural landscape and the stepping in of the fact that there will be need of a new and changed approach and techniques in the next green revolution. As a consequent of advancements the productivity level of agriculture at global level has increased hugely. Entrepreneurs are vitally responsible and integral part of thriving economic conditions and for driving innovations in the sector. Entrepreneurship is a vital driving force for the economic growth and development. In an economically critical condition, where there is negative development, the entrepreneurship development acquired an enhanced importance. Agriculture based entrepreneurship is nothing but, agri-preneurship. Hence, agri-preneurs have a vital role to play in the sustainable economic development. <strong>Methodology:</strong> This is study is aimed at finding the vital role of agri-preneurs in the sustainable economic development. This work is based of review of literature relevant with the concept of agri-preneurs, agri-preneurship, elements impacting entrepreneurial behavior, motivating forces for sustainable agri-preneurs etc. this study is based on secondary data sources. <strong>Findings:</strong> Entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial activities are socio-economically playing vital role, specially, aftermath of following of liberalization of economy. Due to over dependence on the agricultural sector for the employment and for enhancing the standard of living of the majority people in India specially backwards, developing, implementing and planning of programs relevant with entrepreneurship acquired an urgent and essential position. <strong>Implications:</strong> Youth, generally are not inclined to agriculture activities, but agri-preneurship awareness can imbibe them for adopting them agri-preneurship. Since, developing entrepreneurship in rural industries potentially seems better option for providing opportunities of employment to the rural people. There are needs for developing entrepreneurship in agricultural domain and preparing business plans thoroughly for, agricultural enterprises in all activity level be like, input agents to farm producers to farm produce processors. <strong>Originality:</strong> This is an original work of author. All the references in the research paper are duly cited.</p> Dr. Ashutosh Vitthal More Copyright (c) 2024 R-World Publications, India Thu, 25 Apr 2024 00:00:00 +0000