• education is important
    Women in Pakistan COVER LETTER BUSINESS COMMUNICATION TERM REPORT (2011) The Problems Of Professional Working Women In Pakistan Presented To: Mr. Shaikh Irfan Muhammad Presented By: Maria Aslam Madiha Khan Sana Ehsan Aliya Bukhari ACKNOWLEDGEMENT Premium 7863 Words 32 Pages...
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  • Problems of Professional Workin Women in Pakistan
    and make them face even more problems instead. This chapter describes briefly about religious, cultural & social backgrounds of working women in Pakistan. Problems faced by women during their work tenure, like gender biasness, family restrictions, lack of opportunities etc are also discussed in...
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  • Ssrp
    Reforms and Situation of Prisons in Pakistan 1 Violence against Women in Pakistan: Role of Police and Media 13 Perception of Sexual Harassment at Workplace, Knowledge and Attitude of Working Women towards Workplace Harassment Act 2010 22 Role of News Talk Shows in Creating Political Efficacy among...
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  • Women Drivers & Their Problems in Metropolitan Lahore
    know that the situation in this regard in Pakistan is very poor. This chapter will include the problems and difficulties like community problems, training problems while driving and every problem faced by the women in every aspect. As we already know that situations are not friendly enough for women...
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  • Female Education
    . Objectives of the Study This study was specifically designed to: 1. point out the social and educational problems faced by Pakistani women. 2. determine the role of women and their education in the national development. 3. suggest measures for the improvement. Review of Related...
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  • Gender Issues in Pakistan
    the independence of The Islamic Republic of Pakistan, and despite the Quid-e-Azam’s words of empowerment and the initial achievements made towards diminishing gender inequalities, true equality -social, political and legal- between gender remains a mere dream for the majority of Pakistani Women. The...
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  • Gender Discrimination
    way shape our lives. I can think of several gender stereotypes operating in my personal life at home, at work and in relationships. Pakistan is considered an under developed country in the world and its progress has been slow and steady, the trend of working women in Pakistan has recently grown...
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  • Bhutto Legacy
    attracting men. Women are not given equal rights by law or religion and males are usually dominant in the political and working areas. This is why it is legendary that a female was elected to be Prime Minister twice by vote of the majority. Benazir Bhutto, the first female Prime Minister of Pakistan...
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  • Afgans
    factions. They don’t have a constitution or a legal system there either. But that is small compared to its other problems. Afghanistan has always been a very poor country; in fact the third-poorest country in the world. Needless to say the 20 years of war Afghanistan has faced didn’t help that...
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  • Role of Women in Public Service
    enumerators who get information regarding working women from the male members of the family, questions seeking information on a single main activity, and exclusion of the informal sector. In the cultural context of Pakistan, women’s wage work is considered a threat to the male ego and identity and...
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  • Sexual Harrassment at Workplace : a Case Study Conducted in Urban Areas of Gujrat, Punjab Pakistan
    year (2010). Problem statement The reality of the situation is that sexual harassment is highly widespread in Pakistan, and it is on the rise. At working place, women are more hesitant to report incidents of abuse due to a fear of losing their jobs. Moreover, since the topic sexual...
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  • Micro Financing
    new report by the Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children. Many are forced to work as child laborers under dangerous conditions simply to survive, says the report, Fending for Themselves: Afghan Refugee Children and Adolescents Working in Urban Pakistan. Whereas IDP children REASON FOR...
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  • Group Work
    Journal of Quality and Technology Management  Volume VIII, Issue I, June 2012, Page 13 – 27  PROBLEMS FACED BY STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS IN ORDINARY PAKISTANI SCHOOLS M.S. Farooq University of the Punjab, Pakistan ABSTRACT The intent of this empirical work was to explore problems faced by...
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  • Problems Encountered by Women in Educational Sector of Bahawalpur
    . Faiza Anwar, Sahaab Akbar, Uroosa Akhtar Khan Department of Management Sciences, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Pakistan. Abstract As we all know that education is crucial in the development of any country. The main focus of this research is to identify the problems faced by working...
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  • Economic Development
    the other six projects, impact figures are rough estimates at best. 1 Jesus Felipe, “A Note on Competitiveness and Structural Transformation in Pakistan,” ERD Working Paper No. 10, December 2007. 2 The MEDA Access to Contemporary Markets for Homebound Women Embroiders Project and the FAO...
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  • Economy
    Faced By Pakistan At The Time Of Inception From its very inception, Pakistan faced a large number of problems. Some of the initial difficulties were  1. Choice of Capital and Establishment of Government  The first problem that Pakistan had to face was to choose a capital to form a Government and...
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  • Affirmative Action in Pakistan
    working environment is often overlooked. Also, the quality of internship training is poor and often these women are not encouraged to acquire further studies. In countries such as Pakistan, social and cultural factors need not be disregarded. Given that, it gets impossible for a significant number of...
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  • Pakistan Is an Amzing Country
    . So today we have decided to give our views on How to Improve Life in Pakistan. These are the some major Problems and their solutions...
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  • Gender Discrimination
    Gender discrimination in Pakistan News Comments (10) Wednesday, 16 Nov 2011 10:04 pm | Comments (10) Discrimination represents a significant social problem in Pakistan as well as throughout the world. Girls face discrimination everywhere in the world. They often receive less food than boys...
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  • Socio
    rights of women in third world countries because these areas are the den for crimes like domestic violence, child prostitution and killing of new born girls. Pakistan is recently faced with numerous social problems such as dowry , gender discrimination , child marriages and many more. The root of...
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