The course provides knowledge on various tribal cultures. It enables students to understand and explore the theoretical and practical dimensions of cultural heritage of tribal. Tribal Indology as the academic study of the history, languages, and cultures of the tribes in India stands a kernel.
The course aims at grooming students to cope up with new and broad emerging academic environment where alternative viewpoints and new knowledge is required and appreciated for policy research and development both at national and international levels. Students of the course can work in the field of tourism management, cultural resource management and heritage management.
The course imparts a comprehensive teaching grounded to reality, pertaining to economic alleviation of the poor and downtrodden. It is based on utilization of natural resources employing traditional means of approach, conducive for societal growth and development.
The course on Tribal Legal Studies and Tribal Rights offer solutions for problems linked to legal issues of Tribal people. It enables students to understand and explore the theoretical and practical dimensions of legal issues and human rights, particularly tribal legal mechanism and their rights.
The Course Comparative Indic Studies and Tribal Science (CISTS) focuses on Indian ancient knowledge systems including cosmology, gemology , town planning concepts, vedic mathematics, music and instruments along with the traditional healing system by using natural resources.