• Women in Agriculture
    in the economy of majority of the developing nations including India. Agriculture, the single largest production endeavour in India, contributing about 18% of GDP, is increasingly becoming a Female Activity. Agriculture sector employs 4/5th (80%) of all economically active women in the country. 48...
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  • University Education for Women
    Research essay Essay topic: women should be required to undertake a university education in developing countries. In today’s modern life, the role of women has become more and more important in economic growth. However, in many countries, especially in developing countries, low female...
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  • Recession
    7.4 percent compared to 7.0 percent for men (ILO, 2009). Informal Economy In developing countries, informal economy accounts for 60 to 90 percent of the total workforce. According to National Sample Survey Organization (1994), of the total number of women workers in India, around 92 per cent...
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  • live syck
    Research Topic: Role of ICTs in Livestock Section with support of Women Self Help Groups: A Case Study in India. Background: Most of the poor in developing countries like India live in rural area. They depend upon agriculture and allied activities for their livelihood. In India 58% of rural...
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  • Impact of Globalisation on Women
    The Impact of Globalization on Women in India “Yathro Narianthu Poojyothay,Ramanthe thathra Devathey” Where the woman is worshipped, there lies the Goddess. Introduction: The roles of women in India have been changing and they are now emerging from the past traditions into a new era of freedom...
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  • Women Entrepreneurs from India
    applicable to the Indian woman entrepreneur. For example, the research in developed nations indicates that most work-family conflict centres on the support (or lack of it!) received from one’s spouse in child care and household activities. However, in several developing nations (including India), women...
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  • Role of women in maodern India
    Role Of Women In Modern India INTRODUCTION: Our Indian sub-continent is gradually emerging as a powerful land since women began playing significant role for the development of the nation. Role of woman in modern India can be called as phenomenal.The transition of woman from the past to present...
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  • Women Entrepreneurs in India – Qualities, Problems. Suggestions and Role of Government in Women Empowerment by Ms.S.Jayachitra, Ph.D., Research Scholar in Commerce, Erode Arts and Science College, Erode, Tamil Nadu,
    ABSTRACT Women entrepreneurship is gaining importance in India in the wake of economic liberalization and globalization. The policy and institutional framework for developing entrepreneurial skills, providing vocation education and training has widened the horizon for economic...
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  • Outsourced
    could be said that there can be no sustainable growth on Earth if women, who constitute half the world’s population, are socially, economically, or politically excluded. For a country like India, a more inclusive economy challenges some long-held cultural beliefs about women’s roles in their...
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  • Issues and Challenges for Women Entrepreneurs in India
    business ventures. ➢ Knowledge of latest technological changes, know how, and education level of the person are significant factor that affect business. The literacy rate of women in India is found at low level compared to male population. Many women in developing nations lack the education needed...
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  • Role of Womens in India
    Role Of Women In Modern India INTRODUCTION: Our Indian is gradually emerging as a powerful land since women began playing significant role for the development of the nation. Role of woman in modern India can be called as phenomenal. Woman who once considered being the masters in the art of...
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  • Growth in the Export Industries in Asia Is Largely Based on Expansion Through the Employment of Women
    (Acharya 2000, p.43). India is bound with different cultural, ethnic, religious and strong social factors. Traditions like women playing the role of housewife and remain under the control of her husband does not allow them to actively participate in economic activities. Similarly, the problems at work...
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  • Television, and Its Effects on the Indian Population
    developing nations such as India. Through the examination of diverse groups in India such as rural villagers, youth, women and the middle class, I intend to illustrate the vast social and cultural changes taking place in a culturally rich country, in large part due to the relatively recent popularity of...
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  • Gender Inequality
    deep biases against women in developing countries such as those in India creates a remorseless cycle that keeps these women from ever achieving their full potential. 2. Labor UNICEF reported nine million more girls than boys who missed out on a chance at getting an education. While their...
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  • Tset
    $16 billi on, from which $11 billion represents the invisible contribution of women 3 Women are paid 30-40% less than men for comparable work on an average 4 60-80% of the food in most developing countries is produced by women 5 Women hold between 10-20% managerial and administrative jobs...
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  • Population Explosion
    . The population increase has lead to air and water pollution, unemployment, poverty, lack of educational resources, and even malnourished women and children. Indi India, being a developing country, has had to face several economic and political challenges. One of the most important problems is...
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  • Lecture
    role of women Entrepreneur in Economic development in India The Indian economy has been witnessing a drastic change since mid -1991, with new policies of economic liberalization, globalization and privatization initiated by the Indian government. India has great entrepreneurial potential. At present...
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  • Women
    , calm and receptive. She can bear more pain and has more tolerance than a man can do. She is stronger in conviction and in perseverance as to a man. Yet women all over the world are playing a secondary role according. Whereas this position in India is no different to the world. Women were glorified...
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  • Compare and Contrast Classical China and India
    respecting their elders and the role that women obtained in classical agricultural societies. India likewise, they had a strong tendency to put males in charge—in the Indian caste system, women were always at a lower rank than men. Even though they were important and respected among society, women were...
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  • Role of Indian Women
    than a man. She is stronger in conviction and in perseverance. Yet women all over the world are playing a secondary role only. The position in India is no different. Women were glorified in epics and puranas, for their service to their men. Serving a father first, secondly a husband, and later...
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