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B.K. Singh

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About this Item: Adhyayan Publishers & Distributors, 2010. Hardcover. Condition: New. Women will be involved and their perspectives reflected in the Policies and programmes for environment, conservation and restoration. Considering the impact of Environmental factors on their livelihoods, womenâ s participation will be ensured in the conservation of the Environment and control of environmental degradation. The vast majority of Rural Women still depend on the locally available non-commercial sources of energy such as Animal dung, Crop waste and fuel wood. In order to ensure the efficient use of these energy resources in an environmental friendly manner, the Policy will aim at promoting the programmes of non-conventional energy resources. Women will be involved in spreading the use of Solar energy, biogas, smokeless chulahs and other rural application so as to have a visible impact of these Measures in influencing eco system and in changing the life styles of rural women. In Recognition of the diversity of womenâ s situations and in acknowledgement of the needs of specially disadvantaged groups, measures and programmes will be undertaken to provide them with special assistance. These Groups include women in extreme poverty, destitute women, women in conflict situations, women affected by Natural calamities, women in less developed regions, the disabled windows, elderly women, single women in difficult circumstances, women heading households, those displaced from employment, migrants, women who are victims of marital violence, deserted women and prostitutes etc. Printed Pages: 406. Seller Inventory # 36561BV

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Himanshu Sekhar Rout and Prasant Kumar Panda

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About this Item: New Century Pub, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Introduction and overview/Himanshu Sekhar Rout and Prasant Kumar Panda. 2. Gender and health a conceptual note/Manisha Chawla and Himanshu Sekhar Rout. 3. Agro based enterprises and women in Punjab/Sanjay Kumar Jasdev Singh and G.S. Gill. 4. Land rights and sustainable livelihood for women/K.N. Bhatt. 5. Gender and agricultural work in Tamil Nadu/C. Muthuraja. 6. Gender bias in agricultural employment evidence from Rural Orissa/Atulya Bhoi Yoginder Singh and Prasant Kumar Panda. 7. Self employment and sustainable development through Self Help Groups (SHGs)/Dolly Sunny. 8. Gender and development role of Self Help Groups (SHGs)/H.H. Uliveppa and M.N. Siddalingappanavar. 9. Empowerment of women through Self Help Groups (SHGs) a case study/K. Pazhani. 10. Gender budget initiatives in India/Sarit Kumar Rout. 11. Air pollution and health of women a case study/Mrutyunjaya Mishra and Nirmal Chandra Sahu. 12. Women and UN Millennium Development Goals/G. Ramachandrudu P. Subba Rao and A. Rajani. 13. Gender inequality in education and socio economic development an empirical analysis/K.B. Rangappa V. Murugaiah and B.P. Veerabhadrappa. 14. Violence against women in India a case study/A. Vinayak Reddy. 15. Females enrolment and employment in schools in Andhra Pradesh/D. Pulla Rao. 16. Awareness key to gender development/A.K. Jain and Shalini Tiwari. 17. Gender and development Role of NGOs/Pallavi S. Kusugal and H.H. Uliveppa. Index. Ensuring gender parity has become a great challenge for the modern world. Gender equality forms part of development strategy in many countries of the world including India. When both men and women have equal access to services and resources enjoy equal rights and get equal opportunities to develop skills and capabilities then the development of the country is fast and balanced. Despite considerable efforts towards advocacy and awareness of gender equality and launching of various programmes for welfare of women gender discrimination in India remains pervasive in many dimensions of life. Though the nature and magnitude of discrimination against women vary from country to country in no part of the world gender parity has been achieved completely in legal social and economic terms. Gender gaps are widespread in respect of access to and control of resources economic opportunities and political voice. Women are still exploited discriminated against and subjected to harassment and violence. In this perspective the present volume covering various dimensions and strategies of gender development is highly topical. The volume has emerged from the research papers contributed by social scientists and academicians from different parts of India focusing on specific gender related issues. Both primary and secondary data have been used by the authors to analyse the problems and conclude with suggestions. The main themes which the volume covers are agriculture and gender development micro credit financing and women empowerment role of Self Help Groups (SHGs) and NGOs in socio economic development of women and health and education of women. The volume will provide valuable information and inputs to academicians researchers NGOs and government agencies and functionaries. 260 pp. Seller Inventory # 67493

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B K Singh

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About this Item: Adhyayan, Delhi, 2006. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. 1. Perceptions of empowering. 2. Empowering poor women in urban governance. 3. Finding out what people need. 4. Building sustainable groups. 5. Group savings and credit. 6. Planning for and supporting micro enterprise. 7. Generating ideas. 8. Business planning. 9. Effective networking and convergence. 10. Characteristics of a trainer. 11. Principles and conditions for adult learning. 12. Training needs assessment. 13. Designing training programmes. 14. Session planning. 15. Communication for a trainer. 16. Training methods. 17. Lecture method. 18. Visual aids. 19. Writing training material. 20. Evaluation of training. 21. Implementing the training programme. 22. Self Help Group promoters. 23. Formation of groups. 24. Objectives and rules of groups. 25. Group meetings. 26. Mobilising savings of members. 27. Lending to members. 28. Keeping records. 29. Some DOS and don'ts for financial management of SHGs. 30. Decision making. 31. Leadership. 32. Stages in the growth of groups. 33. Monitoring of Self Help Groups. 34. Empowerment. 35. Convergence of services. 36. Participatory rural appraisal. 37. Crime against women a perspective. 38. Civil disobedience movement and the active participation of women. 39. Women's role in individual Satyagraha and Quit India Movement. 40. Women's involvement in politics in India. 41. Non cooperation movement and the beginning of political unrest among women. Index. Women will be involved and their perspectives reflected in the policies and programmes for environment conservation and restoration. Considering the impact of environmental factors on their livelihoods women's participation will be ensured in the conservation of the environment and control of environmental degradation. The vast majority of rural women still depend on the locally available non commercial sources of energy such as animal dung crop waste and fuel wood. In order to ensure the efficient use of these energy resources in an environmental friendly manner the policy will aim at promoting the programmes of non conventional energy resources. Women will be involved in spreading the use of solar energy biogas smokeless chulahs and other rural application so as to have a visible impact of these measures in influencing eco system and in changing the life styles of rural women. In recognition of the diversity of women's situations and in acknowledgement of the needs of specially disadvantaged groups measures and programmes will be undertaken to provide them with special assistance. These groups include women in extreme poverty destitute women women in conflict situations women affected by natural calamities women in less developed regions the disabled widows elderly women single women in difficult circumstances women heading households those displaced from employment migrants women who are victims of martial violence deserted women and prostitutes etc. 396 pp. Seller Inventory # 58245

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Rameshwari Pandya (Ed.)

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About this Item: New Century Publications, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: New. In India, policies and programmes of the government at different levels cover various dimensions and strategies of gender development. Over the years, efforts have been made to empower women socially, economically and politically. However, due to lack of synergy and coordination, the achievements are not satisfactory. It is imperative that an integrated policy and strategy be formulated to address economic, social and political issues related to women along with the requisite programmes and schemes. Though India has created protective legislations for women, the enactments have not been easy to implement. The vastness of the country, the scattered nature of women workers, their lack of education and legal literacy, the indifferent attitude of government bureaucracy have all contributed to the continuing vulnerability of women. This is true not only of rural unorganised women, but also of urban women workers. Although the Constitutional commitments to women find reflections in the planning process, legislations, policies and programmes of the Central and State Governments yet the current socio-economic status of women is unsatisfactory in terms of almost all important indicators of human development. This book has emerged from the research papers contributed by social scientists and academicians from different parts of India, focusing on specific gender-related issues. The volume will provide valuable information and inputs to academicians, researchers, NGOs, and government agencies and functionaries. It contains 42 research contributions related to women issues. These contributions have been categorised into the following 6 Theme Parts. (a) Health, Nutrition and Fertility of Women, (b) Education and Training of Women, (c) Employment of Women, (d) Self-help Groups (SHGs) and Empowerment of Women, (e) Problems of Rural Women and (f) Women, Media, Politics and Human Rights. CONTENTS CONTENTS Part I: Health, Nutrition and Fertility of Women 1. Tribal Women of Gujarat: HIV/AIDS Awareness and Education - Avani Maniar 2. Reproductive Health of Adolescent Girls - Varsha Parikh 3. Fertility and Health of Rural Women - Neerja Jaiswal 4. Adolescent Nutrition - Uma Iyer, Shruti Shah, Shonima Venugopal and Kavita Sharma 5. Counseling Mothers in Child Feeding Practices - Kavita Sharma, Rajul Jain and Uma Iyer 6. Gender Differences in Experiencing Childlessness - Bhamini Mehta and Shagufa Kapadia 7. Women and Child Health - Mini Sheth 8. Health Status of Women - B. Suguna and G. Sandhya Rani 9. Reproductive Health Status of Women - Shalini Sharma and Simran K. Sidhu 10. Empowering Older Women for Successful Ageing - Indira Mallaya and Bhagyashree Hakim Part II: Education and Training of Women 11. Adult Education for Women - Rameshwari Pandya and Richa Kapoor 12. Women Empowerment through Education - Y. Bhaskaracharyulu, D. Pulla Rao and Y. Nirmala 13. Role of School in Gender Equality - Manisha Pathak - Shelat 14. Women and Education - Mumtas N.S. 15. Education for Women - K. Thangamani 16. Consumer Education for Women Empowerment - Rameshwari Pandya Part III: Employment of Women 17. Institutional Management for Children - Rameshwari Pandya and Darshini Durkal 18. Women Police: Public Perception - Om Raj Singh 19. Globalisation and Employment Status of Women in India - Tejpreet Kaur Kang 20. Women?s Work and Empowerment - Trupti T. Shah 21. Women and Self-employment - Saraswati Raju Iyer 22. Emotional Intelligence at Work Place - Om Raj Singh Part IV: Self-help Groups (SHGs) and Empowerment of Women 23. Empowerment of Women in Kerala: A Case Study - V. Girija Devi 24. Economic Reforms and Women Empowerment - Harnek Singh, Muninder Sidhu and Gaganpreet Kaur 25. Empowerment of Women through Micro Finance - D. Padma Printed Pages: 630. Seller Inventory # 58578BV

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Shashi Kanta Varma; Nishi Sethi; Sushma Kaushik; Seema Rani and Ramesh K Goyal

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About this Item: Agrotech Publishing Academy, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: New. 2nd Edition. Contents Preface. About the book. About editors. I. Extension management 1. Dimensions of good extension/Sushma Kaushik. 2. Farming systems research and extension approach/R.K. Malik. 3. Skill development for extension personnel/R.S. Malik. 4. Approaches and models in extension management/Indu Grover. 5. Gender an analytical and developmental tool/Indu Grover. 6. Understanding SEAGA approach/Nishi Sethi and Indu Grover. 7. Linkage interventions and new vistas of marketing/Atul Dhingra. 8. Entrepreneurship and small business/J.P. Singh. 9. Technology transfer and agri entrepreneurship development/Joginder S. Malik Sube Singh and Sandeep Bhakar. 10. Winning strategies for professional excellence/Baldeo Singh. 11. Project budgeting monitoring and evaluation/B.S. Chillar. 12. PERT and CPM/Shashi Varma and Seema Rani. 13. SWOT analysis a management tool/Sushma Kaushik. 14. Management of extension projects/Baldeo Singh and Poonam Sharma. 15. Some dos and dont's for grass root extension personnel/R.P. Singh. 16. Techno economic and socio ecological factors in transfer of agricultural technology/R.K. Punia. 17. Role of NGOs in rural development/Sushma Kaushik and Ritu. 18. Cooperatives and development/Renu Kumari Sushma Kaushik and Nishi Sethi. 19. Agricultural technology management agency/Nishi Sethi and Sushma Kaushik. 20. Food safety for sustainable development/Anjana Bajaj Nishi Sethi and Salil Sehgal. II. Communication management 21. Planning and organization of training programmes/S.S. Sangwan. 22. Art of effective communication/Manoj Dayal. 23. Organizational communication/Manoj Dayal. 24. Personal management for effective communication/Baldeo Singh. 25. Motivating farmers/R.P. Singh. 26. Development and standardization of CD on animal husbandry practices for rural women of Haryana/Vinita Jain Shashi Kanta Varma and A.K. Varma. 27. Video a powerful tool for educating rural masses/Shalini Asrani Bindu Yadav and Sushma Kaushik. 28. Empowerment of women through Self Help Groups/Preeti Sharma and Shashi K. Varma. The book Extension and Communication Management is divided into two sections. The first section deals with extension management viz. dimension of good extension farming systems research and extension approach skill development for extension personnel approaches and models of extension management gender an analytical and development tool understanding SEAGA approach linkages interventions and new vistas of marketing entrepreneurship and small business technology transfer and agri entrepreneurship development winning strategies for professional excellence project budgeting monitoring and evaluation PERT and CPM SWOT analysis management of extension projects some do's and don'ts for grass root extension personnel techno economic and socio ecological factors in transfer of agricultural technology role of NGOs in rural development co operative and development ATMA and food safety for sustainable development. The second part deals with communication management viz. planning and organization of training programmes art of effective communication organizational communication personal management for effective communication motivating farmers development and standardization of CD on animal husbandry practices for rural women video a powerful tool for educating rural masses and empowerment of women through SHG's. The book has been prepared for teachers scientists and extension workers to understand the dynamics of communication and extension management in rural development and extension programmes. 256 pp. Seller Inventory # 69671

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B.K. Singh

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Sawalia Bihari Verma; M L Vadera and M K Sharma

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About this Item: Shree Pub, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Contributors. I. Micro finance in promoting weaker sections 1. Micro finance in economic empowerment of weaker sections/S.K. Panda. 2. Micro credit SHGs and their work/Archana Sinha and M.K. Sharma. 3. Micro finance through SHGs a boon for the rural poor/Rimjhim Mousumi Das. 4. Micro finance for rural entrepreneurs issues and strategies/M. Soundarapandian. 5. Role of SHGs/A. Abdul Raheem. 6. Self Help Groups and micro credit synergic integration/Sabyasachi Das. 7. Impact of Self Help Groups on income and employment/C. Gangaiah and B. Nagaraja. 8. SHGs and women/Loveleen Kacker. 9. Micro Finance for women's empowerment/Archana Sinha and M.K. Sharma. 10. The SHGs Model of Micro Finance a silent movement towards empowering rural women/M.S. Chandrakavate. 11. Self Help Groups empower rural woman/T.R. Gurumoorthy. 12. The glimpse of microfinance/R.K. Srivastawa and Ajay Kumar. II. Self Help Groups and empowerment strategies 13. Inter regional development of SHGs in India/P. Loganathan and R. Asokan. 14. Self Help Groups a catalyst of rural development/K.K. Tripathy. 15. Andhra Pradesh pioneer of SHGs in India/Rakesh Malhotra. 16. Self Help Groups Movement in Rajasthan/Subah Singh Yadav. 17. Self Help groups in Kerala/B.V.C. Pillai and V. Hari Kumar. 18. Swarn Jayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana and SHGs an assessment/Amal Mandal. 19. Self Help Group Formation/Sunil Chaudhary. 20. SHGs in unorganized garment sector/Chittaranjan Mishra. III. NGOs and development strategies 21. NGOs in micro financing partners in rural development/Laxmi R. Kulshrestha and Archana Gupta. 22. Contribution of NGOs in implementing population policy/V.S. Gupta. 23. Rural development a collaboration of GOs and NGOs/Pradeep Kumar. 24. NGOs and gender development/Syed Noman Ahmad. 25. Foreign aid to NGOs in India an analysis/P.A. Rego. IV. Status of poverty in changed era 26. Poverty basic needs and rural livelihood/B.K. Pattanaik. 27. Poverty in India synoptic view/S.B. Verma. 28. Review of anti poverty strategies in India/S.B. Verma and M.L. Vadera. 29. Rural industrialisation and poverty alleviation/K. Kamala Kannan. 30. Rural development and poverty alleviation programmes/R.S. Solunke and R.B. Gawande. 31. Swarn Jayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana/A. Subbiah and A. Muthumani. 32. Gender and poverty eradication targeting all age groups/Siddhartha Sarkar. 33. Rural poverty and need for primary sector development/B.K. Pattanaik. 34. Liberalisation what about the poor/S. Bihari Verma. 35. The human face of liberalisation/P.R. Agrawal. 36. Dedicated services of NABARD to the nation/K.P. Rajkumar. 37. Globalisation and economic growth in India/Ben L. Kedia and Liliana Perez. 38. Innovation in Micro Finance linked development programme/A.N. Sarkar. The strategy for poverty reduction accelerate the rapid economic growth with a focus on microfinance access to basic minimum services for improving the quality of life of poorest of poor and direct state intervention in the form of targeted antipoverty programmes. 368 pp. Seller Inventory # 75866

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Anil Kumar Thakur and Praveen Sharma

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About this Item: Deep and Deep, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Preface. Introduction. 1. Micro credit and rural development/A. Kumari and N. Malathi. 2. Self help groups a vehicle for women's empowerment experiences of Madhya Pradesh/Mona Khare. 3. Cooperative credit and SHGs today and tomorrow/Rais Ahmad. 4. Activity of rural micro finance/J.A. Sarvaiya. 5. Micro credit through self help groups (SHGs) for promotion of rural development in Karnataka the present and the future/M.S. Kallur. 6. Management and planning of micro credit for rural development in India/Mahesh Chandra Prasad and Shambhu Pd. Sah. 7. Micro credit and poverty alleviation/Anita Gogna and Satish Verma. 8. Micro finance a magic wand for poverty alleviation a case study of SGSY/D.C. Pathak and S.K. Pant. 9. Changing dynamics of micro credit in India transition from NGO to non banking financial company/G.M. Bhat and Altaf Hussain Kira. 10. Macro credit and rural development a case study with special reference to Annamalai block/S. Benjamin Christopher and J. Karthikeyani. 11. Formal and informal credit in the coastal villages of Kanyakumari district Tamil Nadu/K. Pazhani and S. Jesi Isabella. 12. Micro credit and self help groups in India/Narendra Kumar C.P. Kasaiah V. Balakrishnama Naidu and M. Rukmini. 13. Socio economic impact of micro credit a study of measurement/K.A. Nirmala and Geetha Mohan. 14. Co operative credit and micro credit a comparative analysis/Amandeep Kaur and Kuldip Kaur. 15. Micro finance some important variables (micro finance programme in India)/Abhishek Kumar and Alpana Sharma. 16. SHGs and women empowerment a case of Hyderabad Karnataka region in Karnataka/Talwar Sabanna B.P. Bulla Uttam Kamble and T. Shanta Porapur. 17. Levels of living of tribal self help groups promoted under watershed programme in KBK districts of Orissa/B.K. Panda and R.K. Panda. 18. Micro finance scope and linkages with faster and inclusive growth/S.R. Singh and M.P. Srivastava. 19. Micro finance a tool for women empowerment/K.A. Rasure. 20. Co operative credit and rural development in Punjab implications for employment/Amarjit Singh Sethi and Aman Gill. 21. Growth of micro credit in India an evaluation/Md. Tarique and Ranjan Kumar Thakur. 22. Self help is the best help in the eradication of rural poverty an empirical study in Nellore district of A.P./G. Savaraiah K. Mamatha and C. Gangulappa. 23. Economic evaluation of micro credit institution an empirical analysis/A. Kumar and Bharat Bhushan. 24. Micro finance for inclusive growth and inclusive finance issues and policy options/B.M. Jani. 25. Financial inclusion role of banks in Indian context/Yogendra Nath Mann. 26. Micro finance and its relevance after reforms (a special focus on rural credit in India)/B.K. Thakur. 27. Micro finance for rural women's empowerment a perspective/Baij Nath Singh. 28. Metamorphism of SHGs in Koderma/Kumkum Narain and Mira Mridubhashini. 29. Micro credit intervention and economic empowerment of women through self help groups in India/T.P. Singh and Prem Lata Kumari. 30. Empowering of women through micro credit and SHG in India/Bipin Kumar. 31. Micro finance and poverty reduction/R. Rajkumar and P. Chennakrishnan. 32. Potential of micro level rural credit in Bihar an innovative credit experiment with new generation financial institutions/Ashwini Kant Jha Bhavna Jha and Rajeshwar Roy. Index. Micro credit has assumed a special significance in the context of increased emphasis on rural development. The noble peace prize to Muhammad Yunus for his work on micro finance in Bangladesh will not only boost the sector but also inspire governments banks voluntary agencies and individuals to strengthen and expand the micro finance sector. In India the micro finance sector has grown form a few self help groups (SHGs) promoted by NGOs in the mid 1980s to over 29 lakh SHGs at present. The SHG bank linkage programme of NABARD accelerated the growth of the sector. The Government of India and RBI have laid greater focus on the micro finance sector to in. Seller Inventory # 73741

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Rameshwari Pandya

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About this Item: New Century, New Delhi, 2008. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents I. Health nutrition and fertility of women 1. Tribal women of Gujarat HIV/AIDS Awareness and education/Avani Maniar. 2. Reproductive health of adolescent girls/Varsha Parikh. 3. Fertility and health of rural women/Neerja Jaiswal. 4. Adolescent nutrition/Uma Iyer Shruti Shah Shonima Venugopal and Kavita Sharma. 5. Counseling mothers in child feeding practices/Kavita Sharma Rajul Jain and Uma Iyer. 6. Gender differences in experiencing childlessness/Bhamini Mehta and Shagufa Kapadia. 7. Women and child health/Mini Sheth. 8. Health status of women/B. Suguna and G. Sandhya Rani. 9. Reproductive health status of women/Shalini Sharma and Simran K. Sidhu. 10. Empowering older women for successful ageing/Indira Mallaya and Bhagyashree Hakim. II. Education and training of women 11. Adult education for women/Rameshwari Pandya and Richa Kapoor. 12. Women empowerment through education/Y. Bhaskaracharyulu D. Pulla Rao and Y. Nirmala. 13. Role of school in gender equality/Manisha Pathak Shelat. 14. Women and education/Mumtas N.S. 15. Education for women/K. Thangamani. 16. Consumer education for women empowerment/Rameshwari Pandya. III. Employment of women 17. Institutional management for children/Rameshwari Pandya and Darshini Durkal. 18. Women police public perception/Om Raj Singh. 19. Globalisation and employment status of women in India/Tejpreet Kaur Kang. 20. Women's work and empowerment/Trupti T. Shah. 21. Women and self employment/Saraswati Raju Iyer. 22. Emotional intelligence at work place/Om Raj Singh. IV. Self Help Groups (SHGs) and empowerment of women 23. Empowerment of women in Kerala a case study/V. Girija Devi. 24. Economic reforms and women empowerment/Harnek Singh Muninder Sidhu and Gaganpreet Kaur. 25. Empowerment of women through micro finance/D. Padmavathi. 26. Empowerment of women in India/Ravi Prakash Yadav Raginideep and Puja Roy. 27. Role of banks in women empowerment/Habilslade O. Ogale. 28. Welfare development and empowerment of women the Indian experience/Praveen Devgan. 29. Towards women empowerment/Manjari Acharya and Rupal N. Thakkar. V. Problems of rural women 30. Rural women work force/Tinku Paul. 31. Women in Agriculture in Punjab/D.S. Dhillon and Harnek Singh. 32. Women in agriculture/Minaxi Pathak. 33. Rural female agricultural workers in West Bengal/Jabir Hasan Khan and Md. Mustaquim. 34. Gender issues in agriculture/Rekha Bhagat and Surya S. 35. Role of women in agricultural sector/Varsha H. Patil and Vidya R. Khapli. VI. Women media politics and human rights 36. Women prisoners/Smriti Bhosle. 37. Women employment and quality of life/Madhur Bala and O.P. Monga. 38. Women in urban slums/Rameshwari Pandya and Anuradha Mathu. 39. Women and media/H.R. Sudhindra. 40. Women in politics/Rameshwari Pandya and Babita Shukla. 41. Women stone breakers violation of human rights/Mausumi Majumdar. 42. Women and mass media/Poonam Tiwari. Index. In India policies and programmes of the government at different levels cover various dimensions and strategies of gender development. Over the years efforts have been made to empower women socially economically and politically. However due to lack of synergy and coordination the achievements are not satisfactory. It is imperative that an integrated policy and strategy be formulated to address economic social and political issues related to women along with the requisite programmes and schemes. Though India has created protective legislations for women the enactments have not been easy to implement. The vastness of the country the scattered nature of women workers their lack of education and legal literacy the indifferent attitude of government bureaucracy have all contributed to the continuing vulnerability of women. This is true not only of rural unorganised women but also of urban women workers. Although the constitutional commitments to women find reflections in the planning process legislations policies and programmes of the Central and State Governments yet the cur. Seller Inventory # 69813

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Rais Ahmad

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About this Item: Mittal, New Delhi, 2009. Hardbound. Condition: As New. New. Contents Part 1. Preface. I. Empowerment of women through SHGs and micro finance 1. Women empowerment through SHGs in Jhabua district of M.P. a view from within/S.P. Singh and K.N. Krishna Kumar. 2. Women economic empowerment a case study/H.S.K. Tangirala and Rais Ahmad. 3. Micro finance and women empowerment/A. Kumari and B. Rajalakshmi. 4. Economic empowerment of women through Self Help Groups/Thresia Cherian. 5. Islamic micro finance outreach and sustainability/Muhammad Khaleequzzaman. 6. An analysis of the effectiveness of micro finance facilities in Sri Lanka a case study/Jahfer Athambawa and F. Hansiya A. Rauf. 7. Impact assessment in micro finance problems and perspectives/R. Srinivasan. 8. Micro finance and women empowerment in Jalandhar a case study/Kuldeep Kaur and Minakshi Gandhi. 9. Micro finance and women empowerment/Ruchi Gupta. 10. Empowerment of women through Self Help Group a view/M. Abdul Jamal H. Yasmeen Sultana and J. Gajalakshmi. 11. Adivasi women striving towards empowerment in the wake of globalization (a case study of Self Help Groups (SHGs) in Seethampeta Mandal of Srikakulam district Andhra Pradesh)/M. Sankara Reddy M. Ramesh and M. Chandrayya. 12. Birds contribution towards women empowerment/P.K. Kulkarni. 13. Women's empowerment and men's enlightenment in Indian socio economic fabric/M.S. Swaminathan. 14. Factors determining women Self Help Group members and their sustainability a micro level study/A. Abdul Raheem and M. Abdul Jamal. 15. Relevance of women Self Help Groups/Savia Mendes. 16. Empowerment of women and micro business/Razia Parvez and Kamla Srinivasan. 17. Micro finance an instrument for empowerment of women/J. Fredrick. 18. Micro finance an approach to women's economic empowerment/Umesh Chandra Panigrahi and Bibhuti Bhusan Patro. 19. Micro finance and Self Help Groups/S. Unoose Begum. 20. Self Help Groups (SHGs) and micro finance a tool for women empowerment/K. Sudarsan P. Venugopal and D. Himachalam. 21. Women empowerment through sustainability of Self Help Groups/R. Ramakrishna and D. Tata Rao. 22. Women empowerment through Kudumbashree/P. Vimala. 23. Education and empowerment of Muslim women/S.M. Rahmatullah. 24. Empowerment of women need constraint and government efforts/Achala Srivastava. 25. Empowerment of women in agriculture sector/Rais Ahmad Mohammad Awais and Mohd. Asif. 26. Empowering women through inclusive financial system micro finance/Ajeet Kumar Singh. 27. Empowering the women through micro credit and SHGs in India/Shobheni Niranjan. 28. Empowering women through education a case study of dropouts among Muslim rural girls/Mohammad Awais Ramesh Singh Mohd Asif and Sakeer E. 29. Profile of high and low scoring on extent of empowerment of women/Razia Parvez and Rachel George. Part 2. II. Self Help Groups and micro finance 30. Micro finance a review of international experiences/Priyanka Pandey. 31. Organize capacity and institution building for micro finance and rural financial institutions/Maganlal S. Molia. 32. Determinants of micro credit its impact on consumption (a case study of tribal sub plan areas of Andhra Pradesh)/M. Sundara Rao and M. Sankara Reddi. 33. Micro credit and rural development an experience of Jana Chetana/M. Sankara Reddi M. Chandrayya M. Sundara Rao and M. Ramesh. 34. Micro credit economic development/M. Sankara Reddi M. Chandrayya and M. Ramesh. 35. Micro credit a comparison with formal and informal lending systems/M. Sankara Reddi and M. Sundara Rao. 36. Micro finance in India emerging perspectives and trends/Priyanka Pandey. 37. Micro finance in India problems and prospects/K. Ramachandran and N. Sekaran. 38. Micro credit and rural development a case study of Amritsar/Paramjit Kaur Dhindsa and Seozy Bhatia. 39. Micro finance and Self Help Groups in Karnataka a study/Laxmisha A.S. and Shyamsundar. 40. Self Help Groups and micro finance a synergic integration for rural development/Aditya Kumar Patra. 41. Micro finance and Self Help Groups/K. Radhika 4. Seller Inventory # 74849

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About this Item: Avon Publications, 2018. Hardcover. Condition: New. 1st Edition. Contents: Vol. I: Preface. 1. Impact of eco-tourism on sustainable livelihood of tribals in Similipal Tiger Reserve, Odisha/Pabitra Singh and Amita Kumari Choudhury. 2. Impact of Self-Help Groups in empowering the tribal farm women of Gajapati district, Odisha/Sumita Acharya and P. Samantray. 3. Tribal development in India: an overview/Bishnu C Behera and Sunil K. Dolai. 4. Tripura rehabilitation plantation corporation: an organization for tribal development in Tripura/B K. Panda and Sukanta Sarkar. 5. Ministry of tribal affairs: an initiative of government of India for tribal welfare/Mohammad Afsar Alam and Sukanta Sarkar. 6. Convergence of tribal rights into livelihood/Kabita Kumari Sahu. 7. Marketing challenges for SHGs by tribal women in Koraput/Pravamayee Acharya and Manas Ranjan Pattnaik. 8. Participative approach for sustainable development of tribes in India after independence/Tilak Nath Shukla and Chandra Sekhar Pattnaik. 9. Tribal policy framework and new tribal banking system towards financial inclusion in Odisha/Aruna Kumar Nishanka and Sandhyarani Das. 10. Autonomous district Council in North-East India: a strategy for socio economic development of tribal communities/Mohammad Afsar Alam and Sukanta Sarkar. 11. Socio-economic life of Juang tribe women in Keonjhar district/Apoorva Behera and Anil Kumar Sahu. 12. Poor health infrastructure and tribals in Orissa: a study/Sudhansu K. Das. 13. Economic development of Kondh Women in Odisha: a study/Sudhansu Sekhar Nayak and Anil Kumar Sahu. 14. A review of various socio-cultural aspects of Bonda tribe in Odisha/Manju Prava Das. Index. Vol. II: Preface. 1. Inner permit line: a traditional method for controlling migration in tribal areas in North-east India/Rohini Prasad and Sukanta Sarkar. 2. The scheduled tribes and other tribes and other traditional forest dwellers (Recognition of Forest Rights) Act, 2006: Act for empowering forest tribals/Saidur Rahman and Sukanta Sarkar. 3. Racial discrimination against North-east tribal students in North India: a reality/Pradeep Kumar Pandey and Sukanta Sarkar. 4. A study of tribal development in India with Odisha emphasis/Situn Krushna Sahu. 5. Tribal empowerment through affirmative action: A case study of TATA/Subhashree Panda. 6. The struggle for identity and survival: A study on the Dongria Kondhs living in Niyamgiri Hills of Odisha/Manju Prava Das. 7. Joint forest management: a strategy for preventing displacement of tribals from forest/Rakesh Joshi and Sukanta Sarkar. 8. Development-induced displacement and human rights of tribals/Abhimanyu Sethy and Manoj Manjari Patnaik. 9. Surrogacy and reproductive tourism in India: entangled in legal vacuum/Manju Jamwal. 10. Glorifying the art and handicrafts of deprived tribals in KBK regions of Odisha/Debasis Pani and Sunil Kumar Pradhan. 11. Forest right, Kendu leaf trade and pricing policy in Odisha/Sudhakar Patra. 12. Tribal population in India: a study on socio economic distress of Indian tribals/Sradhanjali Panigrahi. 13. Women s empowerment with special reference to enhanceing income and child nutrition among St and Non St s in India/Yajnya Dutta Nayak. Index. The socio-economic conditions of the tribal people of India are not appreciable. Their standards of living are still low as compared to other groups in India. Moreover the tribal development schemes have not brought any changes in the life of majority of the tribal people. Inclusive growth is not making the fruits of development available and accessible to the tribal population of India. Easy access and more opportunities should be provided to the tribal children in order to bring them to the mainstream of economic development. Economic development is a complex process. There are several factors responsible for economic development; the economists have identified some important ones such as capital formation, investment, availability of resources, skilled labour, appropriate technology etc. It is hoped that the present edi. Seller Inventory # 126204

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