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People of Contemporary West Bengal

Dipak Kumar Adak; Aparajita Chattopadhyay and Premananda Bharati

Published by Mohit, New Delhi, 2009
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Contents Preface. Introduction. 1. Demographic perspective of West Bengal evidence from multiple data sources/Dipak Kr. Adak and Aparajita Chattopadhyay. 2. Regional fertility differentials in West Bengal is Kolkata an outlier/Sudipta Mondal and T.K. Roy. 3. Level and determinants of reproductive morbidity in West Bengal/A.S. Dey and Devamoni Dey. 4. The Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) Status in West Bengal observations from NFHS Surveys in 1992 93 and 1998 99/Devamoni Dey. 5. Spatial pattern of development gender disparity fertility and mortality in West Bengal a regional analysis/Subhra Datta M. Guruswamy and T.K. Roy. 6. Adult mortality situation in West Bengal an assessment accounting for death registrations completeness/Avishek Hazra and Subrata Lahiri. 7. Reproductive and Child Health Status of Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe in West Bengal a comparison of NFHS Data of 1992 93 and 1998 99/Reena Basu. 8. Health hygiene and disease West Bengal scenario/Manoj Kr. Jain Ajay Kr. Gharami and Dipak Kr. Adak. 9. A study of self reported morbidity among the women of reproductive age group and their treatment seeking behaviour an insight into the state of West Bengal and Madhya Pradesh/Sancheeta Ghosh and Lakhan Singh. 10. Dependency ratio and its covariates in West Bengal an inter district variation/Rajesh Kr. Gautam and Dipak Kr. Adak. 11. Nutritional scenario during pregnancy in rural West Bengal/Subrato Kr. Mondal. 12. Knowledge and attitude of teenage students towards reproductive health and sex education a case study of Sodepur Kolkata/Aparajita Chattopadhyay and Soumydendra Kr. Panda. 13. An unfolding health catastrophe of West Bengal a case study of Arsenic morbidity/Mahua Guha Aparajita Chattopadhyay and D.A. Nagdeve. 14. What does really matter in adoption of post abortion contraceptive an investigation from abortion care facilities in Kolkata/Paramita Dutta and Subrata Lahiri. 15. Environmental impact assessment and associated health hazard of waste water canal system in East Kolkata Wetlands/Arindam Datta and Arnab Ghosh. 16. Factors related to the health situation of the stone crushers a study of Balasan River Bed in Siliguri West Bengal/Samar Kr. Biswas and Somenath Bhattacharjee. 17. Under five mortality among two ethnic groups in a peri urban region of Kolkata city India/Rohini Ghosh and Premananda Bharati. 18. Height and weight as a simple indicator for assessment of undernutrition among rural Bengalee pre school children of Chapra Block Nadia District West Bengal/Sadaruddin Biswas Kaushik Basu Ashish Mukhopadhyay and Mithu Bhadra. 19. Some aspects of Mother Child Health and family planning practices among the Kheria a primitive tribe of West Bengal/Swapan Kr. Koley K. Saini and Dipak Kr. Adak. 20. Fertility behaviour and family planning measures of the Meches of North Bengal an observation/Subir Biswas and Dipsmita Chakraborty. 21. Population structure of the Rajbanshi of North Bengal/Haradhan Mandal Ajay Kr. Gharami Dipak Kr. Adak and Himanshu Sekhar Dutta. 22. Demographic structure of the tribes of Western Border Bengal/Nabakumar Duary. 23. Study on some demographic traits among the Bengali Muslim populations of West Bengal/Sikha Chatterjee. 24. A cursory look at people of west Bengal/Aditi P. Mukherjee and Chittaranjan Mondal. Bibliography. West Bengal is a state in Eastern India which occupies only 2.7 percent of the total area of the country. It supports over 7.8 percent Indian population and is the most densely populated state in India seventy two percent of the state's population lives in villages. West Bengal has some interesting similarities with Kerala in that the two are the most densely populated states of India having a long tradition of emphasis on education and a long period of rule by leftist oriented political parties. Both these states can take pride in successfully fostering land reforms and revitalizing the democratic institutions at village levels. West Bengal fails to grab the attent. Bookseller Inventory # 72461

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Title: People of Contemporary West Bengal

Publisher: Mohit, New Delhi

Publication Date: 2009

Binding: Hardbound

Book Condition:As New

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