Page-4 of GS-I: Role of Women and Women's Organization
The number of women in labour force is reducing day by day. Enumerate the reasons behind the reducing dropout rate.
Female participation in Labour force is the predictive of the extent of the national growth. It is a national tragedy that women unable to find work are dropping out of the labour force. As per labour force survey data, in ..
Explain the key highlights of the SDG Gender Index. What are the implications of the findings for India?
SDG Gender Index was recently published by Equal Measures 2030.It includes The African Womenï¿½s Development and Communication Network, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, International Womenï¿½s Health Coalition and Plan International. Key Highlights: The SDG Gender Index includes 51 indicators The ..
A recent decision by the Delhi government to make public transport absolutely free for women. The decision has led to many debates which show the ways in which women access public transport and the hurdles they face. As per the ..
How specially designed financial products for Women can play role in gender equality and women empowerment?
In almost all the financial products women have been conflated with ‘family’ and considered merely as an avenue to pursue social welfare measures. In the modern 21st century India, there is a need to consider women as a distinct segment ..
Discuss the various economic and socio-cultural forces that are driving increasing feminization of agriculture in India.
More than half of Indian work force is still dependent on agriculture as a source of revenue. However due to creeping crisis in agriculture, rural men migrate to India’s cities, to work as construction laborers, lorry loaders, rickshaw pullers, domestic ..
Though as per constitution men and women are equal, however, women are discriminated at each and every stage of life be it health, be it education they face discrimination. Civil society, NGO can play a vital role in ensuring that ..