Problem Faced By Working Women In Pakistan Essays and Term Papers

  • education is important

    women’s education in Pakistan Introduction: Education is the most important and fundamental factor for any country. Crisis of Women’s Education in Pakistan Name: Fatima Awan Roll# 13-10436 Subject: SOCL 325 (gender) Crisis of women’s education in Pakistan Introduction: Education...

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  • Problems of Professional Workin 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 First...

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  • Female Education

    3Bulletin of Education & Research June 2008, Vol. 30, No. 1, pp. 33-41 Female Education and National Development: As Viewed By Women Activists and Advocates Saleha Parveen* Abstract The term development is very broad and may be interpreted in different ways by different individuals. It is a global...

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  • Ssrp

    SOCIAL SCIENCES REVIEW OF PAKISTAN Volume 1 Issue 1 | Social Sciences Review of Pakistan (SSRP) Volume 1, Issue 1 Copyrights © Sociological Association of Pakistan (SAP) Sociological Association of Pakistan (SAP) EDITORIAL BOARD Dr. RAZA ULLAH Assistant Professor Sociology...

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  • Socio

    SOCIAL PROBLEMS Table of Contents Executive Summary3 Gender Discrimination4 Dowry4 Under age marriages6 Conclusion8 References…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..10 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Women Rights is a global issue but it usually refers to the rights of women in third...

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  • Gender Discrimination

    Gender discrimination has been a part of Pakistan since its existence, one of the outstanding reasons behind it is the illiteracy amongst the masses another would be the culture that does not allow women to stand besides men. The world that we live in today is evolving on a day-to-day basis with ground-breaking...

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  • Gender Issues in Pakistan

    Gender inequality in Pakistan October 20th, 2010 Pakistan’s founding father, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, proclaimed in a speech given at a meeting of the Muslim University Union, in Aligarh, on March 10, 1944, the following: “No nation can rise to the height of glory unless your women are side by side with...

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  • Women Drivers & Their Problems in Metropolitan Lahore

    Women Drivers and their Problems in Metropolitan Lahore Project Advisor Prof. Dr. TANVIR IQBAL QAYYUM Submitted By: Muhammad Fahad (G.L) Syed M. Salman Zaheer Nazar Hussain 2008-TEM-06 2008-TEM-30 2008-TEM-33 DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT University of Engineering and Technology...

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  • Bhutto Legacy

    Benazir Bhutto Pakistan is a fairly conservative nation whose leaders rule cautiously in order to preserve age-old religious and cultural values. Principles that existed sixty years ago when the country was founded are still being followed in the rural and suburban communities today. Unlike American...

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  • Role of Women in Public Service

    This paper titled "Women in Public Service-Issues and Recommendation" provides an in-depth and thought provoking information about the importance of role of women in economic development of Pakistan. It contains information about the state of education and employment of women in Pakistan. A detailed review...

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  • Afgans

    refugees in other countries. Most were in Pakistan and Iran. Pakistan held 2 million while Iran held 1.48 million. There were also 38,000 living in other countries in the region. According to the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), 172,000 Afghans fled to Pakistan during the year, and 28,790 sought asylum...

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  • Micro Financing

    Vulnerability analysis of children living in refugee camps and its political implications in comparison to children living in IDP camps. With focus in Pakistan. BACKGROUND: Providing a safe environment for children – one that can protect them from abuse, violence and exploitation – is not only the foremost...

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  • Human Resource Management

    Working women and their challenges in field of life Table of contents * Abstract....................................................... 1) Introduction ..................................................... 2) Literature review............................................. 3) Methodologies...

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  • Group Work

    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 students with special needs (SWSN) studying in...

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  • Problems Encountered by Women in Educational Sector of Bahawalpur

    JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY RESEARCH IN BUSINESS VOL 4, NO 2 PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED BY WOMEN IN EDUCATION SECTOR OF BAHAWALPUR. Owais Shafique (Corresponding author) Department of Management Sciences, The Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Pakistan. Faiza Anwar, Sahaab Akbar, Uroosa Akhtar Khan Department...

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  • Sexual Harrassment at Workplace : a Case Study Conducted in Urban Areas of Gujrat, Punjab Pakistan

    Sexual Harassment of Working Women at Work Place: Experiences of Women, Working in Shopping Malls of Gujrat City Submitted by Naveed Arif (10013018-021) Maryam Bibi (10013018-013) Rabia Nawaz (10013018-007) Saima Ramzan (10013018-027) Iram Shahzadi (10013018-003) Naseem Gul (10013018-006) ...

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  • Affirmative Action in Pakistan

    Since its inception, Pakistan has been among the countries with very low literacy rates. One central reason for this has been the shortage of educational opportunities. Pakistani society has been male-dominant, where men govern not only private but public spheres as well. Law in every country of the...

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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 do...

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  • Global Challenges and Pakistan

    Dancing around the fire is not the solution to any problem. One should try to see beneath the surface in order to grasp an idea about the basic issue. Despite a stream of stung words and announcements made by the previous governments of Pakistan, there is a woeful neglect in accepting the challenges...

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  • Saad

    (09-0081-A) 11/27/2012 STRATEGIC ANALYSIS USING PORTERS FIVE FORCES SUPPLIER POWER – The power of Suppliers in India is low as compared to that in Pakistan. The less number of suppliers results in high power of Suppliers in both the countries .High brand value works in their favor and increases their...

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