3. GENDER DISCRIMINATION
4. HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
4.1- Pre-Aryan period (B.C.3000 – B.C. 2000)
4.2- Vedic Period (B.C. 2000 – B.C. 600)
4.3- Revolution period (B.C 600 – 300 A.D)
4.4- Puranic Age (300 A.D –1200 A.D)
4.5- Medieval Period (1200 A.D -1757 A.D)
4.6- Period of British rulership (1757 A.D – 1947 A.D)
4.7- Era after independence (After A.D 1947)
5. TYPES OF GENDER DISCRIMINATION
5.1- Abortion of female foetus with the help of scanning.
5.3- Denial of education.
5.4- Denial of health facilities.
5.5- Early marriage, forced marriage, arranged marriage without consent. 5.6- Rape and sexual harassment.
5.8- Divorce, Destitution.
5.9- Eve teasing.
5.10- Denial of employment.
5.11- No equal pay for equal work.
5.12- No freedom of selection.
5.13- Discrimination in religious affairs.
5.14- Discrimination in policy making.
6. CAUSES OF GENDER DISCRIMINATION
6.3- Educational backwardness.
6.5- Religious beliefs.
6.6- Family Background.
6.8- Beliefs and Customs.
6.10- Low income.
6.11- Family specific conditions.
6.14- Mind set.
6.15- Male dominated society.
7. GENDER DISCRIMINATION IN CONTEMPORARY INDIA
8. SOLUTION FOR GENDER DISCRIMINATION
8.5- Social awareness
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