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Vol-I

About the Book

This work is a comprehensive study of the social problems facing India at present. It is the first study of its kind undertaken by a single author and provides a coordinated picture of social problems confronted by India particularly after Independence. The revised edition is now divided into five volumes.

Volume One presents an analysis of the causes, of Social and Personal Disorganization and deals with the problems of crime and juvenile delinquency, major social vices, maladjustment in institutions resulting in poverty and unemployment, population explosion, undernutrition, mass ' illiteracy, students' indiscipline, moral degeneration, misuse of leisure, corruption, family disintegration and community conflicts in the form of casteism, provincialism, lingualism and communalism.

Volume two deals with. Social Welfare. The remaining three volumes are concerned with the problems of Social Reconstruction and are placed under three separate titles i.e. India's Social Transformation Vol. I, India's Social Transformation Vol. II and India of Tomorrow.

Vol-II

About the Book

This volume is a part of the comprehensive study about social problems that India is facing at Present. The whole study is divided into five volumes. It is the frit, study of its kind Undertaken by a single author and provides a co-ordinated picture of the whole gamut.

This Volume Two deals with various fields of social work in India and is the Fifth _revised edition of the earlier volume published, in 1967. The fields Covered have been discussed under five heads. Part One deals with concept and scope of social work as well as history of social work in U.K:, U.S.A. and India. Part Two examines the social welfare services being provided for children, women-, youth, labour and backward classes; urban and rural welfare; family welfare and housing. Part Three deals with social security measures and services, „ for the 'handicapped. Part Four is concerned with social administration and legislation. Part Five deals with international welfare agencies and examines critically the state of welfare services being provided in India. Part Six deals with developments which have taken place in this field since 1973 when the second edition was brought out.

Vol-I

About the Author

Dr. G.R. Madan, M.A. (Econ.), M.A. (Socio.), Dip. In Com., LL.B., Ph.D. (born 1923), had a good academic career. He worked in a research project "Socio-economic survey of Lucknow City" sponsored by the Research Programmes Committee of the Planning Commission, under Dr.- Radhakamal Mukerjee, Director, J.K. Institute of Sociology and Human Relations, Lucknow University, between 1954 and 1956. -From 1956 onwards he taught in the Department of Sociology and Social Work, Lucknow University till his retirement from the university service in 1984. During 1966-67 he was Post-doctoral Fellow at the Social Science Research ' Centre, Mississippi State University (U.S.A.) as well as a Fulbright Visiting Lecturer. He worked there with Dr. Harold F. Kaufman in the field of Rural Sociology. During 1970-71 he went to England under the British Council Commonwealth University Interchange Scheme and worked with Professor S.L. Andreski, at the University of Reading. This work Western Sociologists on Indian Society has been published by the International Library of Sociology, London. In 1973, he was invited to deliver some special lectures on' "Social Disorganization and Social Reconstruction in India" at the Karnataka University, Dharwar, and in 1976 on "Community Development in India (Some Recent Trends)" at the Bangalore University. He has published several books and articles on India's social and economic problems. He is associated with a number of social welfare voluntary • organizations including the Indian Council of Social Welfare, Radhakamil Mukerjee Memorial Society and Association of Voluntary Social Agencies and Workers (India).

Vol-II

About the Author

Professor G.R. Madan, M.A. (Econ. & Socio.), Dip. in Com., LL.B.., Ph.D... (B. 1923) had been teaching in the Department of Sociology and Social. Work, University of Lucknow till his retirement in 1984. A widely travelled person Prof. Madan has privilege of working with distinguished Sociologists viz. Dr. Radhakamal Mukerjee, Dr Harold F. Kaufmin and Prof..S.L. Andreski at J.K. Institute of Sociology and. Human Relations, University of Lucknow, Social Science Researchanter, Mississippi State University) (USA) and University of Reading (UK) respectively. A keen researcher, Prof. Madan visited various universities to deliver lectures. A prolific writer, Prof. Madan has over two dozen outstanding books on India's social and economic problems to his credit, besides a score of articles published in journals and magazines. He has been associated with a number of social welfare and voluntary organisations including Indian Council of Social Welfare, Radhakamal Mukerjee Memorial Society and Association of Voluntary Social Agencies and Yorkers (India).

Vol-I

Preface

THE SECOND revised edition of this book vol I was brought out in 1969. Since then the changes in this volume have been made at the end under the head Post-scripts in three chapters. The volume 2 of this book was published under the head Social Reconstruction in 1967. The second thoroughly revised edition of volume 2 was brought out under the title "Indian Social Problems" Vol. II under the head Social Work as the scope of Social Reconstruction was found to be wider then contemplated earlier.

The first edition of the book was brought out in 1967 under the title 'Indian Social Problems, Volume II Social Reconstruction'. The second thoroughly revised and enlarged edition was published in 1973 under the title 'Indian Social Problems, Volume II Social Work as the scope of Social Reconstruction was found to be wider than contemplated earlier. To deal with the topic of 'Social Reconstruction' two more additional books were brought out under the titles 'Social Change and Problems of Development in India' and 'Welfare State and Problems of Democratic Planning' in 1971 and 1972 respectively. However some of the problems were still not covered and another book 'India of Tomorrow Problems of Social Reconstruction' was brought out in 1975 to complete this series. When the two books 'Social Change and Problems of Development' and 'Welfare State and Democratic Planning' were revised and enlarged in 1979 and 1984 respectively, their titles were changed as India's Social Transformation, Vol. I Problems of Economic Development' and 'India's Social Transformation, Vol. II Problems of Welfare and Planning' to show their interconnection in a more clear way. The book 'India of Tomorrow' was revised and its second revised edition was brought out in 1985. Thus the revised series was completed in 1985.

In the Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth revised editions of the book Indian Social Problems, Volume I and Third, Fourth and Fifth of Volume 2, no changes were made in the text and only two or three additional chapters were added at the end under the head Post Scripts. In the Sixth Revised Edition of Vol. I and Fifth Revised Edition of Vol. II published in (2002), I obtained the assistance from Miss Roli Kulshreshtha who had M.S.W. Degree from Lucknow University in 1996. She cleared her UGC-NET for lectureship examination in 1998, as I was busy in my Voluntary Social Work.

The three additional books to deal with Social Reconstruction which were earlier published under three different heads have now been published in one Volume published under the title "Sociology of Development" (An Indian Perspective) in 2003. In the Seventh Revised Edition of Indian Social Problems Volume I and Sixth of Volume II changes have again been made in the last three chapters under the head Post-script.

The Hindi edition of these three books Indian Social Problems Volume I and Volume II and Sociology of Development (2003) have been published by Vivek Prakashan, 74 A, Jaw ahar Nagar, Delhi-110017.

Two books have recently been published under the head Introduction to Sociology (IIIed.) (2008) and Voluntary Social Organizations of India and Development (A Critical Appraisal) by Allied Publishers, New Delhi.

The Hindi Edition of the book "Introduction to Sociology" has been published under the head Samaj Shastra ke Siddhant (2008) by Radha Publications, Ansari Road, Darya Ganj, New Delhi.

I am grateful to the teachers, students and Voluntary Social Workers who have popularized these books inspite of many short comings. I will be happy to receive comments of the readers in the deficiencies of these books.

Interest has been shown by some teachers of Sociology to bring about some of these books in Regional languages. However the progresses in this respect have been very slow.

The other books published or edited by me in various fields are given under the head "Books Published by the same Author" in this book.

Due to old age I will not be able to revise these books in future. Any Teacher interested in the subject can approach me in this respect.

Vol-II

Preface

The first edition of the book was brought out in 1967 under the title 'Indian Social Problems, Volume II Social Reconstruction'. The second thoroughly revised and enlarged edition was published in 1973 under the title 'Indian Social Problems, Volume II Social Work as the scope of Social Reconstruction was found to be wider than contemplated earlier. To deal with the topic of 'Social Reconstruction' two more additional books were brought out under the titles 'Social Change and Problems of Development in India' and 'Welfare State and Problems of Democratic Planning' in 1971 and 1972 respectively. However some of the problems were still not covered and another book 'India of Tomorrow Problems of Social Reconstruction' was brought out in 1975 to complete this series.

When the two books 'Social Change and Problems of Development' and 'Welfare State and Democratic Planning' were revised and enlarged in 1979 and 1984 respectively, their titles were changed as 'India's Social Transformation, Vol. I Problems of Economic Development' and 'India's Social Transformation, Vol . II Problems of Welfare and Planning' to show their interconnection in a more clear way. The book 'India of Tomorrow' was revised and its second revised edition was brought out in 1985. Thus the revised series was completed in 1985.

In the Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth revised editions of the book Indian Social Problems, Volume I and Third, Fourth and Fifth of Volume 2, no changes were made in the text and only two or three additional chapters were added at the end under the head Post Scripts (In the Sixth revised edition of Vol. I and Fifth revised edition of Vol. II published in (2002) I obtained the assistance from Miss Roli Kulshreshtha who had M.S.W. Degree from Lucknow University in 1996, as I was busy in my Voluntary Social Work. She cleared her UGC-NET for lectureship examination in 1998.

The three additional books to deal with Social Reconstruction which were earlier published under three different heads have now been published in one volume published under the title "Sociology of Development" (An Indian Perspective) in 2003. In the Seventh Revised Edition of Indian Social Problems Volume I and Sixth of Volume II changes have again been made in the last three chapters under the head Post-script.

The Hindi edition of these three books Indian Social Problems Volume I and Volume II and Sociology of Development (2003) have been published by Vivek Prakashan, 74 A, Jawahar Nagar, Delhi-110017.

Two books have recently been published under the head Introduction to Sociology (Med.) (2008) and Voluntary Social Organizations of India and Development (A Critical Appraisal) by Allied Publishers, New Delhi. The Hindi Edition of the book "Introduction to Sociology" has been published under the head Samaj Shastra ke Siddhant (2008) by Radha Publications, Ansari Road, Darya Ganj, New Delhi.

I am grateful to the teachers, students and voluntary social workers who have popularized these books inspite of many short-comings. I will be happy to receive comments of the readers in the deficiencies of these books.

Interest has been shown by some teachers of Sociology to bring about some of these books in Regional languages. However the progress in this respect has been very slow.

The other books published or edited by me in various fields are given under the head "Books Published by the Same Author" in this book.

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Vol-I

About the Book

This work is a comprehensive study of the social problems facing India at present. It is the first study of its kind undertaken by a single author and provides a coordinated picture of social problems confronted by India particularly after Independence. The revised edition is now divided into five volumes.

Volume One presents an analysis of the causes, of Social and Personal Disorganization and deals with the problems of crime and juvenile delinquency, major social vices, maladjustment in institutions resulting in poverty and unemployment, population explosion, undernutrition, mass ' illiteracy, students' indiscipline, moral degeneration, misuse of leisure, corruption, family disintegration and community conflicts in the form of casteism, provincialism, lingualism and communalism.

Volume two deals with. Social Welfare. The remaining three volumes are concerned with the problems of Social Reconstruction and are placed under three separate titles i.e. India's Social Transformation Vol. I, India's Social Transformation Vol. II and India of Tomorrow.

Vol-II

About the Book

This volume is a part of the comprehensive study about social problems that India is facing at Present. The whole study is divided into five volumes. It is the frit, study of its kind Undertaken by a single author and provides a co-ordinated picture of the whole gamut.

This Volume Two deals with various fields of social work in India and is the Fifth _revised edition of the earlier volume published, in 1967. The fields Covered have been discussed under five heads. Part One deals with concept and scope of social work as well as history of social work in U.K:, U.S.A. and India. Part Two examines the social welfare services being provided for children, women-, youth, labour and backward classes; urban and rural welfare; family welfare and housing. Part Three deals with social security measures and services, „ for the 'handicapped. Part Four is concerned with social administration and legislation. Part Five deals with international welfare agencies and examines critically the state of welfare services being provided in India. Part Six deals with developments which have taken place in this field since 1973 when the second edition was brought out.

Vol-I

About the Author

Dr. G.R. Madan, M.A. (Econ.), M.A. (Socio.), Dip. In Com., LL.B., Ph.D. (born 1923), had a good academic career. He worked in a research project "Socio-economic survey of Lucknow City" sponsored by the Research Programmes Committee of the Planning Commission, under Dr.- Radhakamal Mukerjee, Director, J.K. Institute of Sociology and Human Relations, Lucknow University, between 1954 and 1956. -From 1956 onwards he taught in the Department of Sociology and Social Work, Lucknow University till his retirement from the university service in 1984. During 1966-67 he was Post-doctoral Fellow at the Social Science Research ' Centre, Mississippi State University (U.S.A.) as well as a Fulbright Visiting Lecturer. He worked there with Dr. Harold F. Kaufman in the field of Rural Sociology. During 1970-71 he went to England under the British Council Commonwealth University Interchange Scheme and worked with Professor S.L. Andreski, at the University of Reading. This work Western Sociologists on Indian Society has been published by the International Library of Sociology, London. In 1973, he was invited to deliver some special lectures on' "Social Disorganization and Social Reconstruction in India" at the Karnataka University, Dharwar, and in 1976 on "Community Development in India (Some Recent Trends)" at the Bangalore University. He has published several books and articles on India's social and economic problems. He is associated with a number of social welfare voluntary • organizations including the Indian Council of Social Welfare, Radhakamil Mukerjee Memorial Society and Association of Voluntary Social Agencies and Workers (India).

Vol-II

About the Author

Professor G.R. Madan, M.A. (Econ. & Socio.), Dip. in Com., LL.B.., Ph.D... (B. 1923) had been teaching in the Department of Sociology and Social. Work, University of Lucknow till his retirement in 1984. A widely travelled person Prof. Madan has privilege of working with distinguished Sociologists viz. Dr. Radhakamal Mukerjee, Dr Harold F. Kaufmin and Prof..S.L. Andreski at J.K. Institute of Sociology and. Human Relations, University of Lucknow, Social Science Researchanter, Mississippi State University) (USA) and University of Reading (UK) respectively. A keen researcher, Prof. Madan visited various universities to deliver lectures. A prolific writer, Prof. Madan has over two dozen outstanding books on India's social and economic problems to his credit, besides a score of articles published in journals and magazines. He has been associated with a number of social welfare and voluntary organisations including Indian Council of Social Welfare, Radhakamal Mukerjee Memorial Society and Association of Voluntary Social Agencies and Yorkers (India).

Vol-I

Preface

THE SECOND revised edition of this book vol I was brought out in 1969. Since then the changes in this volume have been made at the end under the head Post-scripts in three chapters. The volume 2 of this book was published under the head Social Reconstruction in 1967. The second thoroughly revised edition of volume 2 was brought out under the title "Indian Social Problems" Vol. II under the head Social Work as the scope of Social Reconstruction was found to be wider then contemplated earlier.

The first edition of the book was brought out in 1967 under the title 'Indian Social Problems, Volume II Social Reconstruction'. The second thoroughly revised and enlarged edition was published in 1973 under the title 'Indian Social Problems, Volume II Social Work as the scope of Social Reconstruction was found to be wider than contemplated earlier. To deal with the topic of 'Social Reconstruction' two more additional books were brought out under the titles 'Social Change and Problems of Development in India' and 'Welfare State and Problems of Democratic Planning' in 1971 and 1972 respectively. However some of the problems were still not covered and another book 'India of Tomorrow Problems of Social Reconstruction' was brought out in 1975 to complete this series. When the two books 'Social Change and Problems of Development' and 'Welfare State and Democratic Planning' were revised and enlarged in 1979 and 1984 respectively, their titles were changed as India's Social Transformation, Vol. I Problems of Economic Development' and 'India's Social Transformation, Vol. II Problems of Welfare and Planning' to show their interconnection in a more clear way. The book 'India of Tomorrow' was revised and its second revised edition was brought out in 1985. Thus the revised series was completed in 1985.

In the Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth revised editions of the book Indian Social Problems, Volume I and Third, Fourth and Fifth of Volume 2, no changes were made in the text and only two or three additional chapters were added at the end under the head Post Scripts. In the Sixth Revised Edition of Vol. I and Fifth Revised Edition of Vol. II published in (2002), I obtained the assistance from Miss Roli Kulshreshtha who had M.S.W. Degree from Lucknow University in 1996. She cleared her UGC-NET for lectureship examination in 1998, as I was busy in my Voluntary Social Work.

The three additional books to deal with Social Reconstruction which were earlier published under three different heads have now been published in one Volume published under the title "Sociology of Development" (An Indian Perspective) in 2003. In the Seventh Revised Edition of Indian Social Problems Volume I and Sixth of Volume II changes have again been made in the last three chapters under the head Post-script.

The Hindi edition of these three books Indian Social Problems Volume I and Volume II and Sociology of Development (2003) have been published by Vivek Prakashan, 74 A, Jaw ahar Nagar, Delhi-110017.

Two books have recently been published under the head Introduction to Sociology (IIIed.) (2008) and Voluntary Social Organizations of India and Development (A Critical Appraisal) by Allied Publishers, New Delhi.

The Hindi Edition of the book "Introduction to Sociology" has been published under the head Samaj Shastra ke Siddhant (2008) by Radha Publications, Ansari Road, Darya Ganj, New Delhi.

I am grateful to the teachers, students and Voluntary Social Workers who have popularized these books inspite of many short comings. I will be happy to receive comments of the readers in the deficiencies of these books.

Interest has been shown by some teachers of Sociology to bring about some of these books in Regional languages. However the progresses in this respect have been very slow.

The other books published or edited by me in various fields are given under the head "Books Published by the same Author" in this book.

Due to old age I will not be able to revise these books in future. Any Teacher interested in the subject can approach me in this respect.

Vol-II

Preface

The first edition of the book was brought out in 1967 under the title 'Indian Social Problems, Volume II Social Reconstruction'. The second thoroughly revised and enlarged edition was published in 1973 under the title 'Indian Social Problems, Volume II Social Work as the scope of Social Reconstruction was found to be wider than contemplated earlier. To deal with the topic of 'Social Reconstruction' two more additional books were brought out under the titles 'Social Change and Problems of Development in India' and 'Welfare State and Problems of Democratic Planning' in 1971 and 1972 respectively. However some of the problems were still not covered and another book 'India of Tomorrow Problems of Social Reconstruction' was brought out in 1975 to complete this series.

When the two books 'Social Change and Problems of Development' and 'Welfare State and Democratic Planning' were revised and enlarged in 1979 and 1984 respectively, their titles were changed as 'India's Social Transformation, Vol. I Problems of Economic Development' and 'India's Social Transformation, Vol . II Problems of Welfare and Planning' to show their interconnection in a more clear way. The book 'India of Tomorrow' was revised and its second revised edition was brought out in 1985. Thus the revised series was completed in 1985.

In the Third, Fourth, Fifth and Sixth revised editions of the book Indian Social Problems, Volume I and Third, Fourth and Fifth of Volume 2, no changes were made in the text and only two or three additional chapters were added at the end under the head Post Scripts (In the Sixth revised edition of Vol. I and Fifth revised edition of Vol. II published in (2002) I obtained the assistance from Miss Roli Kulshreshtha who had M.S.W. Degree from Lucknow University in 1996, as I was busy in my Voluntary Social Work. She cleared her UGC-NET for lectureship examination in 1998.

The three additional books to deal with Social Reconstruction which were earlier published under three different heads have now been published in one volume published under the title "Sociology of Development" (An Indian Perspective) in 2003. In the Seventh Revised Edition of Indian Social Problems Volume I and Sixth of Volume II changes have again been made in the last three chapters under the head Post-script.

The Hindi edition of these three books Indian Social Problems Volume I and Volume II and Sociology of Development (2003) have been published by Vivek Prakashan, 74 A, Jawahar Nagar, Delhi-110017.

Two books have recently been published under the head Introduction to Sociology (Med.) (2008) and Voluntary Social Organizations of India and Development (A Critical Appraisal) by Allied Publishers, New Delhi. The Hindi Edition of the book "Introduction to Sociology" has been published under the head Samaj Shastra ke Siddhant (2008) by Radha Publications, Ansari Road, Darya Ganj, New Delhi.

I am grateful to the teachers, students and voluntary social workers who have popularized these books inspite of many short-comings. I will be happy to receive comments of the readers in the deficiencies of these books.

Interest has been shown by some teachers of Sociology to bring about some of these books in Regional languages. However the progress in this respect has been very slow.

The other books published or edited by me in various fields are given under the head "Books Published by the Same Author" in this book.

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