Volume : III, Issue : II, February - 2014

Evaluating Musculoskeletal Complications Among Individuals With Diabetes Mellitus

Dr. Simran Maheshwari, Dr. Subhan Quraishi, Dr. Babita Ghodke

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The Hajongs are the descendants of the Mongoloid race. They form a Sub-Section of the Bodo-Naga section under Assam-Burma, a group of Tibeto-Burman anch of the Sino-Tibetan family. Numerically and sociologically, they are one of the important tribes of North-Eastern India, particularly of Assam. They are spread all over Assam with main concentration in the lower Assam, across North-East India and Bangladesh. At present their population is more than 1,00,000 in India and 30,000 in Bangladesh. The most concentrated areas of the Hajong population is found in Goalpara, Dhemaji, Darrang, North Lakhimpur, Diugarh, Cachar, Dhui, Chirang, Nagaon, Kamrup and Tinsukia districts of Assam, Garo Hills in Meghalaya and Sylhet and Mymensingh districts in Bangladesh. The Hajongs also found in Changlang district of Arunachal Pradesh.. In this study an attempt has been made to discuss about their origin and Socio-Political and Economic status in the Pre-Independent and Post-Independent India.

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EVALUATING MUSCULOSKELETAL COMPLICATIONS AMONG INDIVIDUALS WITH DIABETES MELLITUS, Dr. Simran Maheshwari, Dr. Subhan Quraishi, Dr. Babita Ghodke GLOBAL JOURNAL FOR RESEARCH ANALYSIS : Volume-12 | Issue-11 | November-2023


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