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Education, Health and Gender Equality : Issues and Concerns
Author : Ed.: Sweta Year of Publication : 2018 ISBN : 9788193637890 Language : English Binding : Hard Bound Pages : 308 Size : 23 cms Categories : New Books, Education, 2018
Price : 1300
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About the Book :
This book seeks to explain gender inequality, education and health in Indian perspective. Since, education and health are two powerful weapons to empower women’s development. Development that ignores women is neither desirable nor sustainable. Therefore, the planners and policy-makers must realise that development goals will only be reached by securing the active involvement of women at par the men and by bringing women in the mainstream of economic development, so that each gender plays its own role in the process and for this education and health, both are needed for the better health of the Nation.
Thus, gender equality has become now conundrum because equality means the parallel status of women in socio-economic conditions. Many ideas have come forward regarding equaling but this book totally presents a panorama of equality in education and health. These are the root of equality as education paves the way conscience and awareness and health is concerned with pleasant life and future generation.
This book explains the efficacy of education and health is gender equality which will work as a potion of medicine to empower women. This may not be perfect, but yet it will be beneficial for student teachers and research scholars.
Contents include : Educational Status in India; Emerging Issues in Access to Higher Education in India; Nature and Degree of Access to Education in India; Girls Education and Amenities; Issues Related to Access and Equity in Higher Education in India; Sustainable Development of Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan in Tamil Nadu; Perceptions and Adoptability of Ict and E-learning in Schools; Obstacles to Education of Children at the Primary Level in Guntur District; Education and Health in Removing Poverty and Inequality; Health Sector in India; Rural Health in India; Vulnerability of Child Nutrition in India; Health Status and Issues of Yenadi Tribes; Inclusive Health in India; Public Expenditure on National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme; Accessibility of Healthcare Facilities among the Rural Women in Tiruchirappalli District, Tamil Nadu; Human Resource for Health; Health Status of Women in India; Educated Women are the Foundation of Family Health and Social well-being; Wage Discrimination between Male and Female Agricultural Labour in Karnataka; Gender Discrimination and Health Issues of Women in India; Gender Variation and Labour Force Participation Rates in Rural India; Facets of Gender Inequality in Education and Work Force; Occupational Segregation by Sex in India; Climate Change and its Impact on Education, Health and Gender Equality.About the Editor :