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The subjects then allotted to the newly created Department of Social Security included an assortment or items like child welfare, orphans and orphanages, education of the handicapped, social welfare, the scheduled castes, the scheduled tribes, ex-criminal tribes and other backward classes, unemployment insurance, social security measures, the Central Social Welfare Board, coordination and development of village industries including Khadi and handicraft, prohibition, Ambar Charkha, and UNICEF.

Pages: 104

Publisher: Chadwick House Group Ltd. (January 1998)

ISBN: 0900103558

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