This book brings to light several facets of deprivation and exclusionary processes concerning primary education among Scheduled Tribes in India. The principal actors in the arena of education- the children, the parents, the educators and the state exhibit overlapping conditions that correspond to accumulation confluent processes that form a circle of exclusion of Scheduled Tribes. The situation results in the constitutive relevance of exclusion by which the Scheduled Tribe children suffer the inability to relate to the levels of educational achievement of the children belonging to the non-tribes. Based on intensive field work in Visakhapatnam District, Andhra Pradesh, this work explores the key issues involved in the exclusion of Scheduled Tribes in India. It offers a fresh approach to understand the disadvantages of Scheduled Tribes regarding their Primary education.