• Socio Economic Problems in India
    Socio Economic Problems-in India < Back to Archive The socio economic problem in india is over population, economic issue (poverty, sanitation, corruption, Education and violence (naxalism, religious, caste related and terrorism). Socioeconomic factors are the social and economic experiences and realities...
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  • Economy of India
    Essay on Problems of Modern India S Nataraj India is a fastest developing country in the world. India, with its diversified culture, civilization, natural resources, technology and huge skilled human resources, is also a fastest growing economy in the world. But at the same time there...
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  • research
    MODULE - 4 Socio-economic Development and Empowerment of Disadvantaged Groups Contemporary India: Issues and Goals 25 Notes SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND EMPOWERMENT OF DISADVANTAGED GROUPS We quite often read about different concerns of socio-economic development like poverty, unemployment...
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  • IMPACT SOCIO CULTURAL FACTORS ON BUSINESS
     Business is an economic activity and decision making by the management is an economic process. It will be influenced by economic and non economic environment of business. You will appreciate that the business environment is quit complex, with heterogeneous elements in the...
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  • Education
    India though is fast developing as super power with impressive industrial growth and economic development,it is falling behind on human development index.The education scenario is alarmingly dismal at the grass-root level.India’s education program is falling behind other nations.It is a country with...
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  • Hr Literature Review
    Labour Issues in India - brief overview Absenteeism and Labour Turnover For many industries, lack of trained labour force is a problem. However, these problems are compounded by the fact that there are multitudes of unemployed potential labourers who, however, do not have the adequate skills for...
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  • Study
    India, having one of the fastest growing economies in the world, and being the most populous democratic country, has great potential to become a future superpower. However, in this increasingly globalised environment, India faces several threats to its security. The Naxalites has been identified as the...
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  • Impact of Applied Agro-Cooperative Credit and Banking on Farmers and Farming
    credit scene of madras province Nidish a socio-economic social group were working in very active form like the primary cooperative credit societies at farm level in rural Madras province in 1882-1884. Madras Provinces 1882-1884 :- Fedaric Nicholson’s visit from India to Germany to study the working of The...
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  • Simple Research Paper
    Requirements for English – IV By Rheiniel A. De Castro March 5, 2012 TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Introduction Introduction Statement of the Problem Plan of Development II. Main Body Presentation of Data Discussion of Data III. Conclusion Summary IV. Bibliography ...
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  • Sociology
    Socio-economic Dimensions of Environmental Degradations A Study of Srinagar City Synopsis For M. Phil. Under the Supervision of: Submitted by Mudasir Ahmed Nazar Post Graduate Department of Sociology and Social Work Faculty of Social Sciences University of Kashmir ...
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  • Communal Harmony and Rti 2005
    HARMONY | “Communal disharmony in India is a social problem but has economic causes for it.” Give arguments For and Against this view. India is an emerging society and the process of socio-economic development is continuing.  After the independence not only rapid economic development was need of the hour...
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  • Socio Cultural Factors in Rural Mktg
    fruits of economic development have been enjoyed by the urban people. They are leading a better life in terms of literacy, sanitation, health facilities than their counterparts in rural areas. But the rural market is huge potential in India, as more than 70% of population lives in rural India. So as per...
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  • heliaum
    of disability, disease and ultimately death. Demographic ageing is a global phenomenon. India is still poised to become home to the second largest number of older persons in the world. The socio-economic problems of the elderly are now a days aggravated by factors such as lack of social security, inadequate...
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  • Nothing
    realized. The problem of poverty... India as a country can devise socio-economic policies to develop the basic socio-economic infrastructure such as health facilities,housing,literacy and food for all living below the sustenance level and create opportunities for all from the village level to national...
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  • English
    news-Sports & games-Books & authors -Awards & honours-Latest historical events-India and its neighbours - Appointments-who is who? Political Science Problems in conduct of public elections- Political parties and political system in India- Public awareness & General administration - Role of Voluntary organizations...
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  • Ageing
    AGEING IN INDIA prepared for WHO by Dr Indira Jai Prakash Professor of Psychology Bangalore University, Bangalore, India WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION GENEVA 1999 This document is not a formal publication of the World Health Organization (WHO) And all rights are reserved by the Organization. The...
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  • Poverty, livelihood & Exclusion of Muslim Women
    Poverty, Livelihood And Exclusion Of Muslim Women In India By- Abhiwaqti Trivedi ...
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  • Socio-Legal Perspective of Dowry
    SOCIO LEGAL PERSPECTIVE OF DOWRY”: Mrs. Reshma, M.A., LLB, M.Phil (Research Scholar) Asst.Professor, Dept. of SOCIOLOGY, Government First Grade Collage, Tarikere, Chickmagalur District. Mob: no: 9448948451 * Introduction: - Nature created woman different from men with a definite purpose. Balance...
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  • Population in India
    Population In India Population explosion is the most serious problem facing our country today. With 16 per cent of the world’s population, India is toady the second largest populations’ country in the world. As on March 1.1991, when the last census was conducted, the country’s population stood at 846...
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  • Gdhn
    Andhra Pradesh) Section-2: General overview of the Indian Constitution. 150 150 Paper-III: Section-1: Planning in India and Indian Economy; Section-2: Contemporary problems and Developments in Rural Society with special reference to Andhra Pradesh 150 150 TOTAL: INTERVIEW GRAND TOTAL...
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