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The Elderly in India: A Study of Old Age Homes in the State of Orissa planning the family in india
The rise of the old age homes points to the growing needs of the elderly for care outside the family structure. This book focuses on the lives of residents in such old age homes in Orissa, an eastern state of India. The first few chapters discusses the field of social gerontology, demography of ageing in Indian context, the theoretical framework and methodology adopted for the study. The book also traces the status and role of the elderly in a historical context.It is followed by an examination of the social security provisions available in India to see whether they adequately cover the needs of the elderly Indians. The third chapter delineates the salient features of the existing old age homes in India. The fourth chapter analyses and discusses the findings of the study conducted in the six Homes of Orissa. It provides the biographical details of the residents and describes the lives of the residents in the old age homes. While one part of the chapter discusses the perception of the residents, another section examines the family linkages of the residents.
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The Hindu Family and the Emergence of Modern India planning the family in india
Between 1955 and 1956 the Government of India passed four Hindu Law Acts to reform and codify Hindu family law. Scholars have understood these acts as a response to growing concern about women's rights but, in a powerful re-reading of their history, this book traces the origins of the Hindu law reform project to changes in the political-economy of late colonial rule. The Hindu Family and the Emergence of Modern India considers how questions regarding family structure, property rights and gender relations contributed to the development of representative politics, and how, in solving these questions, India's secular and state power structures were consequently drawn into a complex and unique relationship with Hindu law. In this comprehensive and illuminating resource for scholars and students, Newbigin demonstrates the significance of gender and economy to the history of twentieth-century democratic government, as it emerged in India and beyond.
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Making micro-finance work for rural micro entrepreneurs planning the family in india
This book discusses micro-finance as a 'toolkit' enabling women in dairy farming afford housing, drinking water, education for their children, clothing, medication, repayment of loans, increased income and practiced family planning. Another aim was to find out gender disparities among micro and small entrepreneurs (MSEs) in the dairy sector in accessing micro-finance. Finally, the challenges encountered by the entrepreneurs in accessing micro-finance products were examined in the study.Through scientific methods the books assesses available models micro-finance and legal framework in serving the rural entrepreneurs in western Kenya.The book also revealed that microfinance has not significantly addressed family planning and medication needs among its beneficiaries. Gender preferences in accessing microfinance services were not there and collateral was the biggest challenge in accessing micro-credit.
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Craig Holland The Art of Business Succession. Who will fill your shoes? planning the family in india
As the majority of baby boomers retire over the next five to 10 years, succession planning will be vital for the long-term survival of many businesses. Australia is about to see a huge transfer of wealth from the baby boomer generation, yet many businesses, particularly family-owned businesses, struggle to ensure a smooth transition of business management and ownership. Myriad studies show that fewer than 30 per cent of private businesses have an achievable succession plan in place. Most business owners do nothing or they choose to focus on one area in the succession planning process such as tax, while ignoring many of the other key issues that need to be dealt with. For companies that are family owned, the ramifications may be even more sweeping. The personal issues they face, compounding other day-to-day business concerns, range from planning for income taxes to maintaining interpersonal relationships with family members. Succession planning is more complex now as many different business, financial and personal issues come into play. A good succession plan will look at a range of issues such as people and talent, family dynamics, corporate structure, estate planning, insurance and share transfer to name just a few. The Art of Business Succession Planning is for anyone in business who wants to have a change, retire or simply sell their business. It is designed to guide business owners through a comprehensive and strategic approach to the business succession process. The opportunities and benefits are great when succession planning is undertaken in a disciplined way.
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Disruptions of Contraceptive Use in India planning the family in india
The Study to examine the failure and abandonment by different spacing methods of family planning and to know the reasons behind contraceptive failure and abandonment by method. We tested the hypothesis- Women from poor economic status tend to have higher relative risk for abandonment and Women having health related reasons more likely to discontinue family planning method. The data for the present study is taken from the third round of National Family Health Survey (NFHS-3) conducted during 2005-06. Cox-regression model has been used to analyze calendar data. The study shows that mainly fertility and health related reasons were the reasons behind discontinue for the last method. Method related reason was also having its significance in abandonment of the last method in all the selected states. Pearl pregnancy index was generally lower for five years exposure period as compare to three years exposure. In all the cases, those women who had desire for additional child have higher relative risk to discontinue the method.
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An Introduction to Regional Planning and Development in India planning the family in india
An Introduction to the concept of Regional Planning and Development. The Book deals with the very concept of Region and its importance in Geographical Study and its growth and development. The concept of region for some is objective and for others its subjective, the book deals with the very concept and its different dimensions and some of the important development theory has also been incorporated in this book.
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Rural Women and Contraceptive Methods planning the family in india
Population problem has been a matter of concern in many countries particularly less developed and developing countries.The response to this problem has, however, varied from country to country, state to state and district to district, in accordance with its perception of the gravity of the problem that may be its social,economic and political priorities. India is the first country in the world to launch a Family Planning Programme across the country in 1952.Despite constant efforts by the government, unmet needs still remain. The reasons for these unmet needs have to be analyzed to the core for better understanding of the situation and to help the government in formulation of appropriate policies and modified approaches.This study aimed to identify the factors for non-acceptance of different contraceptive methods in married women in rural areas.
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Women Entrepreneurs in India planning the family in india
The few earlier women entrepreneurial studies in India are largely either sociological or Psychological in nature and have paid relatively less attention to the appraisal of economic performance of the women entrepreneurs. In the context of economic planning for rapid industrialization of the Country and State of Andhra Pradesh, women entrepreneurial studies with emphasis on economic and related aspects assume great importance not only as academic exercises but also for policy formulation.
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Family Welfare Programmes and Women Development in India planning the family in india
Family Welfare Programme is a measure which not only aims at birth control but also focuses on family welfare particularly the human health. Hence, family welfare is required to be fulfilled through family service of social agencies. It aims to assist the individuals in the family to develop their capacities to live personally satisfying and socially useful lives in the family. In the context of Family Welfare Programme, the family welfare approach joins with the growing concerns of government of social progress. The family welfare message that it carries is oriented towards the health of the mother and child, the possibilities for better nutrition, housing and education. In this context, Family Welfare Programme is concerned about reproductive health, child survival and fertility regulation. However, its success depends upon the active cooperation and support of the people, especially women. The role of women and women’s organization is of crucial importance as they are the one who are vitally affected and stand to gain the most. Status of women (in terms of education, employment and health) is crucial for the better performance of Family Welfare Programme.
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The decline of Passer domesticus in India and Conservation Priorities planning the family in india
This book offers an interesting study on Passer domesticus (House sparrows) and the probable reasons for its decline in India. There are interesting illustrations provided in this book on the nesting of the House sparrows and the conservation measures that could be adopted to reverse the decline. The House sparrow (Passer domesticus) is a gregarious bird, belongs to the family Passeridae and is closely associated with human habitation. In Indian cities, House sparrows have shown a declining trend. Though there are several reasons cited for their disappearance from India and around the world, there are no strong evidences to substantiate these facts. We investigated the possible reasons of their decline in a southern district of India, Tiruchirappalli.
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Health and Nutritional Status of the Hmars of Aizawl District, Mizoram planning the family in india
In this study of the Health and Nutritional Status of the Hmars of Aizawl District, Mizoram, the findings seem to have certain implications for the application of the demographic transition theory. It is well known that the second stage of demographic transition theory predicts that improvement in standard of living and health facilities results in population growth due to high fertility and low mortality. The poor performance of family planning welfare programmes and/or low practice of family planning methods of contraception enhances the fertility rate or population growth. Fertility rate is still high in the population, thereby suggesting a need for greater political will to implement family planning programmes. The co-existence of under- and over-nutrition (as indicated by BMI) was also seen in the Hmar population. Double burden of under- and over-nutrition exerts considerable impact on the economy and health system in many developing countries. The increasing urbanization, changes in standards of living, dietary patterns and occupational work patterns are the key factors to risks of the epidemic of obesity and associated morbidity and mortality.
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Supply Chain Management: A Study of Hindustan Unilever Limited planning the family in india
The focus of the book is to understand the HUL supply chain in North East India. It presents how the stocks move down from Guwahati to the last point like Aizwal & Belonia. The attempt is to understand the complexities of the supply chain and its legs of transportation from CFA to the retailer and finally to the consumer. The book will be helpful for Marketing professionals, students, academic researchers and entrepreneurs who are running business as well as planning to run business in North East India.
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Financing Transitions: Managing Capital and Liquidity in the Family Business planning the family in india
If a family-owned company is to endure and provide the maximum potential opportunity for future generations, it must plan for provision of both adequate shareholder liquidity and sufficient business capital. Many believe their options are limited: restrict money available to the family; sell the business; or go public. Rather than allowing financial pressures to destroy the family business, careful planning and sophisticated use of the growing collection of financial techniques can help the familyretain business control and make wise choices among many available alternatives. Francois deVisscher, one of the nation's leading authorities on family business finance, joins Drs. Aronoff and Ward in producing this volume. Financing Transitions: Managing Capital and Liquidity in The Family Business is a guide to: * anticipating and managing capital and liquidity needs; * understanding how the "Family Effect" can be a family business' greatest asset--or its greatest threat; * evaluating two dozenup-to-date, sophisticated financial solutions for providing liquidity and capital for the family business; * recognizing how predictable family business transitions can erupt into family crises; * avoiding the downward liquidity spiral; * keeping patient capital from becoming impatient; * controlling the family business's cost of capital; and much more... Financing Transitions: Managing Capital and Liquidity in the Family Business gives business owners the financial insight and understanding needed to provide future generations with the fullest possible opportunity to enjoy the unique benefits of business ownership.
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Agro-climatic Regions of Jammu Province (J&K), India planning the family in india
This book provides an overview of relation between Agro-meteorology and Pedo-geomorphology of the Agro-climatic regions of Jammu Province of J&K, India. It highlights the geomorphic diversity of the landscape and Morpho-climatic characteristics in the region. The book explores the chief components of biosphere - air, water, landforms and soils under different parameters such as soil water budget, land capability in relation to soil properties to achieve in formulating Geo-ecological zones and Agro-climatic zones. The reader will find a new view of interplay between morpho-climatic characteristics and agro-meteorology for integrated land use planning. The volume should prove of great use and value to not only to research scholars and student of Geography but also to scholars of Geology, Hydrology, Agriculture, Development Planning and Environment Scientists.
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Child Sexual Abuse in India planning the family in india
Child sexual abuse is a pervasive problem that can have immediate and long-term negative effects on children and youth. Yet, research into this complex phenomenon is very recent in India, as are societal attempts at intervening into the lives of children and adolescents who have experienced sexual abuse within and beyond the family. Educating parents and caregivers about child sexual abuse and other forms of child maltreatment is critical to the prevention of sexual abuse and the provision of safer homes and healthier environments for children. The authors examine the nature and incidence of child sexual abuse in India and present an overview of key research findings to date. Factors that put children, youth, and families at risk for sexual abuse are discussed from family science and socio-cultural perspectives. Implications for counselors and social workers providing therapeutic services for children in India who have been sexually abused and their families are also highlighted. Finally, the authors discuss how child sexual abuse in India can be addressed and prevented through family life education and community capacity building efforts.
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Family Business Mangement planning the family in india
Family Business Management is one of the important fields of study for all students studying in different College & Universities. So it is important master guide for all these aspirants. This also will be highly beneficial for all family business management students, academicians, researchers and scholars. The foregoing review of literature reveals that family business has its own dynamics and should be studied as a separate construct .Though this field of research is a phenomenon of last two-three decades only, a lot of research has undergone on family business issues, especially in the western countries. The literature also reveals that only few studies have been conducted on family business management in India. In view of the fact that majority of the businesses in private sector are managed by families in India, there is urgent need to explore the influence of families on business operations and performance. It is also imperative to identify the major family business concerns /problems and find solution for them.
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