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Malakar Bipul Bhuimali Anil

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Anil Bhuimali,Bipul Malakar

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About this Item: Serials Publications, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. The goal of achieving equality, development and Peace depends largely on active participation of Men and Women in all facets of economic, social and Political life. This is true for all economies and Societies irrespective of their Level of development. Equal participation of men and women in decision-making provides a Balance in the society. This is very much needed to strengthen Democracy and. its proper functioning. The Wave of globalisation, as Rangarajan considers (Rangarajan, 2000), creates two major concerns. In the first place, it has intensified inequality in the distribution of Income among Countries and even within countries. Secondly, it is said that Globalisation weakens national sovereignty. This will deter countries taking independent Decisions in the Domestic matters. Due to globalisation and for a variety of reasons developed countries are not able to concentrate in some areas of production. It has thus treated a gap in Demand Supply situations and the gap has ultimately been filled in by the developing countries. The share of developing countries in total World output has increased remarkably from 17.9 per cent in 1988 to 41.2 per cent in 1995 and again to 40.4 per cent (excluding the share of Israel) in 2000. The shares of whole Asia during the same periods of time were 7.2, 29.4 and 25 per cents respectively. Remarkable development has also occurred in the growth rate. The growth rates of the developing countries both in terms of GDP and per capita GDP have been greater than that of the developed countries. It is true that growth rates in the developing countries were much Higher in 1990s than in 1980s. Growth rates have rising trends in almost all the developing countries of Asia even today. Analysing data for the whole of Asia as a Unit we find that developing countries are advancing very fast especially since 1980s and they have achieved substantial gains. At the same time, there are some countries which have become increasingly marginalised in the world economy. Contents: Foreword I. INTRODUCTORY OVERVIEW : 1. Introductory Overview II. Women AND Education : 2. Progress of Literacy Among Santal Women in West Bengal : An Analysis/Maniklal Adhikary & Shrabanti Maity 3. Growth of Primary Education in Andhra Pradesh (With Special Reference to Regional Variations)/D. Pulla Rao 4. Female Education and Infant and Child Mortality in India : An Empirical Analysis/D. Pulla Rao 5. Progress of Women Education in Eastern Bengal and Assam (1905-1911)/Mahmuda Khatun 6. Literacy in North Bengal Perspective : A Review/Biplab Chakraborty 7. Disparity in Female Literacy and Sex Ratio in Andhra Pradesh : An Analysis/D. Pulla Rao 8. Problems of Dropouts in Primary Education : A Study in East Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh/D. Pulla Rao 9. Tertiary Education and Student Migration from India to USA/Bhaskar Chaudhuri 10. Privatisation of Higher Education in India/Mukta S. Adi 11. Human Rights Education in India/M. James & G. Michael Rosario III. STATUS OF WOMEN : 12. Status of Indian Tribal Women : An Analysis/Maniklal Adhikary & Shrabanti Maity 13. Status and Suffering of Women in India : An Empirical Study with Respect to Access to Drinking Water in Rural Areas/Amlan Majumder 14. Social Justice and the Agency of Women : The Kerala Story/Renuka Pillay, Meenakshi Rishi & Kishore C. Kulkarni 15. Self-Help Groups and Women Empowerment in India/Abdul Hadi 16. Women`s Autonomy in India : An Empirical Study Based on National Family Health Survey/Amlan Majumder IV. GLOBALISATION, DEVELOPMENT & HUMAN RIGHTS : 17. Right to Health and Life : A Case Against Product Patenting of Pharmaceuticals in Developing Countries/Harpal Kaur Kliehra 18. The Global Network and Human Rights/K. Sandhya Rani & B. Govinda Reddy 19. Child Labour : Human Rights Violation/R. Hari Doss & S. Suresh Printed Pages: 455. Seller Inventory # 45356

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Anil Bhuimali,Bipul Malakar

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About this Item: Serials Publications, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. The goal of achieving equality, development and Peace depends largely on active participation of Men and Women in all facets of economic, social and Political life. This is true for all economies and Societies irrespective of their Level of development. Equal participation of men and women in decision-making provides a Balance in the society. This is very much needed to strengthen Democracy and. its proper functioning. The Wave of globalisation, as Rangarajan considers (Rangarajan, 2000), creates two major concerns. In the first place, it has intensified inequality in the distribution of Income among Countries and even within countries. Secondly, it is said that Globalisation weakens national sovereignty. This will deter countries taking independent Decisions in the Domestic matters. Due to globalisation and for a variety of reasons developed countries are not able to concentrate in some areas of production. It has thus treated a gap in Demand Supply situations and the gap has ultimately been filled in by the developing countries. The share of developing countries in total World output has increased remarkably from 17.9 per cent in 1988 to 41.2 per cent in 1995 and again to 40.4 per cent (excluding the share of Israel) in 2000. The shares of whole Asia during the same periods of time were 7.2, 29.4 and 25 per cents respectively. Remarkable development has also occurred in the growth rate. The growth rates of the developing countries both in terms of GDP and per capita GDP have been greater than that of the developed countries. It is true that growth rates in the developing countries were much Higher in 1990s than in 1980s. Growth rates have rising trends in almost all the developing countries of Asia even today. Analysing data for the whole of Asia as a Unit we find that developing countries are advancing very fast especially since 1980s and they have achieved substantial gains. At the same time, there are some countries which have become increasingly marginalised in the world economy. Contents: Foreword I. INTRODUCTORY OVERVIEW : 1. Introductory Overview II. Women AND Education : 2. Progress of Literacy Among Santal Women in West Bengal : An Analysis/Maniklal Adhikary & Shrabanti Maity 3. Growth of Primary Education in Andhra Pradesh (With Special Reference to Regional Variations)/D. Pulla Rao 4. Female Education and Infant and Child Mortality in India : An Empirical Analysis/D. Pulla Rao 5. Progress of Women Education in Eastern Bengal and Assam (1905-1911)/Mahmuda Khatun 6. Literacy in North Bengal Perspective : A Review/Biplab Chakraborty 7. Disparity in Female Literacy and Sex Ratio in Andhra Pradesh : An Analysis/D. Pulla Rao 8. Problems of Dropouts in Primary Education : A Study in East Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh/D. Pulla Rao 9. Tertiary Education and Student Migration from India to USA/Bhaskar Chaudhuri 10. Privatisation of Higher Education in India/Mukta S. Adi 11. Human Rights Education in India/M. James & G. Michael Rosario III. STATUS OF WOMEN : 12. Status of Indian Tribal Women : An Analysis/Maniklal Adhikary & Shrabanti Maity 13. Status and Suffering of Women in India : An Empirical Study with Respect to Access to Drinking Water in Rural Areas/Amlan Majumder 14. Social Justice and the Agency of Women : The Kerala Story/Renuka Pillay, Meenakshi Rishi & Kishore C. Kulkarni 15. Self-Help Groups and Women Empowerment in India/Abdul Hadi 16. Women`s Autonomy in India : An Empirical Study Based on National Family Health Survey/Amlan Majumder IV. GLOBALISATION, DEVELOPMENT & HUMAN RIGHTS : 17. Right to Health and Life : A Case Against Product Patenting of Pharmaceuticals in Developing Countries/Harpal Kaur Kliehra 18. The Global Network and Human Rights/K. Sandhya Rani & B. Govinda Reddy 19. Child Labour : Human Rights Violation/R. Hari Doss & S. Suresh Printed Pages: 455. Seller Inventory # 45356

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Anil Bhuimali,Bipul Malakar

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About this Item: Serials Publications, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. The goal of achieving equality, development and Peace depends largely on active participation of Men and Women in all facets of economic, social and Political life. This is true for all economies and Societies irrespective of their Level of development. Equal participation of men and women in decision-making provides a Balance in the society. This is very much needed to strengthen Democracy and. its proper functioning. The Wave of globalisation, as Rangarajan considers (Rangarajan, 2000), creates two major concerns. In the first place, it has intensified inequality in the distribution of Income among Countries and even within countries. Secondly, it is said that Globalisation weakens national sovereignty. This will deter countries taking independent Decisions in the Domestic matters. Due to globalisation and for a variety of reasons developed countries are not able to concentrate in some areas of production. It has thus treated a gap in Demand Supply situations and the gap has ultimately been filled in by the developing countries. The share of developing countries in total World output has increased remarkably from 17.9 per cent in 1988 to 41.2 per cent in 1995 and again to 40.4 per cent (excluding the share of Israel) in 2000. The shares of whole Asia during the same periods of time were 7.2, 29.4 and 25 per cents respectively. Remarkable development has also occurred in the growth rate. The growth rates of the developing countries both in terms of GDP and per capita GDP have been greater than that of the developed countries. It is true that growth rates in the developing countries were much Higher in 1990s than in 1980s. Growth rates have rising trends in almost all the developing countries of Asia even today. Analysing data for the whole of Asia as a Unit we find that developing countries are advancing very fast especially since 1980s and they have achieved substantial gains. At the same time, there are some countries which have become increasingly marginalised in the world economy. Contents: Foreword I. INTRODUCTORY OVERVIEW : 1. Introductory Overview II. Women AND Education : 2. Progress of Literacy Among Santal Women in West Bengal : An Analysis/Maniklal Adhikary & Shrabanti Maity 3. Growth of Primary Education in Andhra Pradesh (With Special Reference to Regional Variations)/D. Pulla Rao 4. Female Education and Infant and Child Mortality in India : An Empirical Analysis/D. Pulla Rao 5. Progress of Women Education in Eastern Bengal and Assam (1905-1911)/Mahmuda Khatun 6. Literacy in North Bengal Perspective : A Review/Biplab Chakraborty 7. Disparity in Female Literacy and Sex Ratio in Andhra Pradesh : An Analysis/D. Pulla Rao 8. Problems of Dropouts in Primary Education : A Study in East Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh/D. Pulla Rao 9. Tertiary Education and Student Migration from India to USA/Bhaskar Chaudhuri 10. Privatisation of Higher Education in India/Mukta S. Adi 11. Human Rights Education in India/M. James & G. Michael Rosario III. STATUS OF WOMEN : 12. Status of Indian Tribal Women : An Analysis/Maniklal Adhikary & Shrabanti Maity 13. Status and Suffering of Women in India : An Empirical Study with Respect to Access to Drinking Water in Rural Areas/Amlan Majumder 14. Social Justice and the Agency of Women : The Kerala Story/Renuka Pillay, Meenakshi Rishi & Kishore C. Kulkarni 15. Self-Help Groups and Women Empowerment in India/Abdul Hadi 16. Women`s Autonomy in India : An Empirical Study Based on National Family Health Survey/Amlan Majumder IV. GLOBALISATION, DEVELOPMENT & HUMAN RIGHTS : 17. Right to Health and Life : A Case Against Product Patenting of Pharmaceuticals in Developing Countries/Harpal Kaur Kliehra 18. The Global Network and Human Rights/K. Sandhya Rani & B. Govinda Reddy 19. Child Labour : Human Rights Violation/R. Hari Doss & S. Suresh Printed Pages: 455. Seller Inventory # 45356

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Anil Bhuimali and Bipul Malakar

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About this Item: Serials Pub, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Foreword. Introductory overview 1. Introductory overview. II. Women and education 2. Progress of literacy among santal women in West Bengal an analysis/Maniklal Adhikary and Shrabanti Maity. 3. Growth of primary education in Andhra Pradesh (with special reference to regional variations)/D. Pulla Rao. 4. Female education and infant and child mortality in India an empirical analysis/D. Pulla Rao. 5. Progress of women education in Eastern Bengal and Assam (1905 1911)/Mahmuda Khatun. 6. Literacy in North Bengal perspective a review/Biplab Chakraborty. 7. Disparity in female literacy and sex ratio in Andhra Pradesh an analysis/D. Pulla Rao. 8. Problems of dropouts in primary education a study in East Godavari District of Andhra Pradesh/D. Pulla Rao. 9. Tertiary education and student migration from India to USA/Bhaskar Chaudhuri. 10. Privatisation of higher education in India/Mukta S. Adi. 11. Human rights education in India/M. James and G. Michael Rosario. III. Status of women 12. Status of Indian tribal women an analysis/Maniklal Adhikary and Shrabanti Maity. 13. Status and suffering of women in India an empirical study with respect to access to drinking water in rural areas/Amlan Majumder. 14. Social justice and the agency of women the Kerala story/Renuka Pillay Meenakshi Rishi and Kishore G. Kulkarni. 15. Self Help Groups and women empowerment in India/Abdul Hadi. 16. Women's autonomy in India an empirical study based on National Family Health Survey 2/Amlan Majumder. IV. Globalisation development and human rights 17. Right to health and life a case against product patenting of pharmaceuticals in developing countries/Harpal Kaur Khehra. 18. The global network and human rights/K. Sandhya Rani and B. Govinda Reddy. 19. Child labour human rights violation/R. Hari Doss and S. Suresh Kannan. 20. Participatory justice and human rights protection in little democracies a pilot study/P.N. Sankaran. 21. Balanced development and urban poverty/R.S. Gadage. 22. Challenges and opportunities of adventure tourism the case of Nepal Himalayas/Kamanand Dev Anil Bhuimali and Sudakshina Ray Datta. V. Population growth poverty and employment 23. Population growth and economic development of the Darjeeling Hills (1835 1947)/Minakshi Das and Aniruddha Das. 24. Sex ratio in India with special reference to Kolkata and surrounding region a discourse/Anil Bhuimali and Bhaskar Chaudhuri. 25. Casualisation of rural employment in India/Mukta S. Adi. 26. Female literacy and employment opportunities in schools a study of Andhra Pradesh/D. Pulla Rao. Index. The goal of achieving equality development and peace depends largely on active participation of men and women in all facets of economic social and political life. This is true for all economies and societies irrespective of their level of development. Equal participation of men and women in decision making provides a balance in the society. This is very much needed to strengthen democracy and its proper functioning. The wave of Globalisation as Rangarajan considers (Rangarajan 2000) creates two major concerns. In the first place it has intensified inequality in the distribution of income among countries and even within countries. Secondly it is said that Globalisation weakens national sovereignty. This will deter countries taking independent decisions in the domestic matters. Due to Globalisation and for a variety of reasons developed countries are not able to concentrate in some areas of production. It has thus created a gap in demand supply situations and the gap has ultimately been filled in by the developing countries. The share of developing countries in total world output has increased remarkably from 17.9 per cent in 1988 to 41.2 per cent in 1995 and again to 40.4 per cent (excluding the share of Israel) in 2000. The shares of whole Asia during the same periods of time were 7.2 29.4 and 25 per cents respectively. Remarkable development has also occurred in the growth rate. The growth rates of. Seller Inventory # 70365

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