Exposure visit of tribals contributes to change in their world view and perception, exposes them to the economy and political scenario of the state and gets them introduced to the vast cultural heritage of people and cultures.
Exposure visits are a very important training methodology as it enables the participants from a different setting to interact with and learn from each other, allowing them to view practical/real life situations of successful integration of sustainable practices in the said field.
Exposure visits of tribal people are always considered a priority agenda for facilitating tribal development. It results in better appreciation of various development, welfare and educational programs under implementation as well as cultural and social practices adopted across the State. It is through exposure visit that tribal people are made acquainted with the cultural panorama of the State, heritage sites, museums and knowledge hubs, education and culture, agriculture and allied activities, rural development programs, sports, industries and economies.
The exposure visits would contribute to change in worldview and perceptions of the tribal people when they are facilitated to learn via actual viewing and interactions with expert institutions across the state. The visitors would be able to apply their ascribed knowledge from exposure visits in their own context especially towards changing their worldviews in the development context. It promotes issues of good practices.
Benefits from Exposure program are endless, the most important being exchange of information, drawing principles and lessons that can be adapted and adopted in one's own context.