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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...
development and sustainable development;
explain various factors responsible for regional imbalances and socio-economic
disparities in India;
highlight the issues related to empowerment of disadvantaged groups like
scheduled castes, scheduled tribes and women;
there are several problems plaquing our Modern India which is affecting the growth and development.
These problems can be broadly classified as:
Other major Problems
1. Socio-economic Problems
The major socio-economic problem being faced by India is ‘Poverty...
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. Socio-economic Problems
2. Other major Problems
1. Socio-economic Problems
The major socio-economic problem being faced by India is ‘Poverty’. Even after six decades of independence, the country is still fighting against this social evil of poverty.
It is estimated that nearly one third of...
, several socio-economic, cultural and political factors also influence the basic physical, chemical and biological components (and their interactions) of the environment. As a result persons led by different disciplines have approached the environment in different ways, which should be evident from...
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associations all pose challenges for business operations.
In a country like India, we have a plural society. Ours is a land of a variety of food, dress, languages, religions, and culture. We also have dual economy with the traditional sector co-existing with the modern...
challenge to the famous officer–men relationship in the Indian armed forces. In the past decade, the armed forces have had Changing Socio-economic Norms and its Impact on India’s Armed Forces 89
to face a new problem: increasing incidents of indiscipline, suicides and fratricide. Are these incidents...
became a political leader. He wrote three scholarly books on economics:
* Administration and Finance of the East India Company,
* The Evolution of Provincial Finance in British India, and
* The Problem of the Rupee: Its Origin and Its Solution
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI...
, this is not a problem that can be solved merely by legislation. Again, a socio-economic problem with deeper roots into the socio-economic strata of the backward states of India (particularly the Bimaru states), child labour is said to be only the symptom of the larger problem – the prevailing...
developing countries is the main cause of increasing global commodity and environmental deficits. It means that in developing countries, has experienced rapid population growth, far ahead of their socio-economic growth, exacerbating an already difficult problem of employment, social services, food...
countries such as India, the socio-economic factors play a greater role in bringing it about and the issue is inherently linked to the problem of child marriage. So, the solutions to the problem of teen pregnancy will vary in different countries based on its causes. There are many causes, few of...
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Agenda Item No. 3 b
SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OF MUSLIM MINORITY COMMUNITY IN INDIA
I thank you for giving me an opportunity to take the floor once again. I am M.H.Zawahirullah...
Poverty in India
Poverty is one of the major problems in India. It is the root cause of many socio-economic problems including population explosion, unemployment, and child labour and rising graph of crimes...
credit with farm production and cooperative marketing was found 1% only. There was major failure of cooperative credit and banking role in rural India in socio-economic upgradation process for farming community. The AIRCS committee 1954 gave remark, “Cooperative have failed but must succeed.”
COMMUNAL 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...
support India in achieving independence from foreign domination.
Mahatma Gandhi regarded economics as a moral science and laid tremendous emphasis on the ethical aspect of the problem. No one’s gain should be anybody’s loss, financial, physical, moral or spiritual. He championed homespun khadi...
the biggest internal security threat to India by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. The complex and structural causes of the problem support this proposition. The Naxal movement also presents the greatest overall threat to India in the future, as it highlights various underlying weaknesses of India’s...
segments play separate roles, which can be complementary or sequential. Twentieth century history shows that mass democratic and Left political parties played the key role in delivering socio-economic benefits to the working people. It is the political change and the success of political struggle...
strengths and weaknesses Paper-IV: i) The role and impact of Science & Technology in the development of India with emphasis on the applied aspects ii) General awareness with the modern trends in life sciences. iii) Development and environmental problems Paper-V: i) Data appreciation and interpretation...
Politics of Women’s Rights in India, Oxford University Press, 2001.
Monica Chawla, Gender Justice “Women and Law in India” Deep & Deep Publications Pvt ltd New Delhi 2006.
Paras Diwan modern Hindu law Allahabad law Agency.
S.V.K. Patil’s, Gender Bias “Violation of Socio-Legal Rights Word’s Worth...
socio-economic and health implications’. AsiaPacific Population Journal. 2(3), 24.
DEFINING AGEING IN INDIA In ancient India, life span of one hundred years was divided into four stages: life of a student, householder, forest dweller and ascetic. There was a gradual move from personal, social...
more than 70% of population lives in rural India. So as per the socio economic condition marketer has to plan differently for the rural market.
A rural market can be defined as any market that exists in a area where the population is less than 10, 000. The rural market in India is scattered and...
include socio-economic factor, such as poverty, low agriculture productivity and an unequal distribution of land, and rapid population increase especially in tropics countries is also included. Socio-economic factor often combined with another factor, that is government supported resettlement...
issues like caste system, dowry, substance abuse etc.; examine the issues related with vulnerable groups like the children, women and the elderly people; and discuss economic issues like poverty and unemployment.
Indian Culture and Heritage Secondary Course
Socio-Cultural Issues in Contemporary India...
and women suffering from high mortality rates. There are vast differences in education level of two sexes. India has witnessed gender inequality from its early history due to its socio-economic and religious practices that resulted in a wide gap between the position of men and women in the society...
-generational relations etc. are important factors deciding the socio-economic status of older people in india. Rapid urbanization and social modernisation have brought in a breakdown in family values and framework of family support, economic insecurity, social isolation and elderly abuse leading to a...
) Unicameral and Bicameral Legislatures – Functions and crises of accountability, decline of legislature.
Section-1: PLANNING IN INDIA & INDIAN ECONOMY 1) Planning in Indian Economy – Socio-economic objectives and outlays of 5 year plans – Major controversies of planning in India...
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...