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Demography of India planning the family in india
Demography is the key element of any developmental study. This concept in the Indian context dates back to Mauryan period of BC 350 to BC 150 as a state practice. British period gave it a regular shape of study in India from 1872. National economy and planning requirements are heavily dependent on the outcomes of the Census every decade. No wonder demography has gone beyond the headcounts; study of the population in every census in India raises issues of National and International concern. Especially, India is at the alarming stage of demographic developmental studies as per the statistical anticipation of having the worlds’ largest population by 2036. Censuses in India have defined the population growth as – 1891 – 1921, as Stagnant Population, 1921 – 1951, as Steady Growth, 1951 – 1981, as Rapid Growth, 1981 – 2011 High Growth with signs of Slowing down, 2011 – onward, as Controlled Growth which has been used as parameters of measuring many social sciences studies. Current census of 2011 clearly defines the Indian Population as the emerging Super Power in Manpower of the world by 2020 because of the largest segment of the young population.
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Housing Finance and Banking Sector in India planning the family in india
Housing finance as a financial service is relatively young in India. The growth in housing and housing finance activities in recent years reflect the buoyant state of the housing finance market in India. The book analyzes origin, growth and current status of housing finance in India. It discusses role of banks in housing finance and problems of housing finance. The role of State Bank of India in delivering housing finance in Mangalore Taluk of Dakshina Kannada District of Karnataka, India has been clearly explained, analyzed in the book. The book will be useful for all those concerned with the issue of housing finance. The book is useful to students of Banking,economics, political science, sociology, anthropology , public policy planners etc.
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Material Requirement Planning Through Simulation planning the family in india
Material Requirement Panning is a very important step in Production Management. It translates the product requirements into the requirements of raw material and components and ensures their timely acquisition. This work discusses in detail, the importance and various steps used in the operation management,such as Production planning, aggregate planning, Master production Schedule, Material requirement planning and Production control.
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Antenatal, Delivery Care and Family Planning Utilization planning the family in india
Motherhood should be a time of expectation and joy for a woman, her family, and her community. However, for women in developing countries, the reality of motherhood is often grim. Each year a large number of women are dying due to factors associated with pregnancy and child birth. A mother''s death carries profound consequences for her family, her community and country. Antenatal, Safe delivery care and family planning utilization are the main pillars of safe motherhood and are significant in developing countries where morbidity and mortality among reproductive age women are high. Antenatal period presents opportunities for reaching pregnant women with a number of interventions. Proper medical attention and hygienic conditions during delivery can reduce the risk of complications and infections.Family planning helps women protect themselves from unwanted pregnancies and grave consequences of unsafe abortions. This book, therefore, provides descriptive and analytical analysis on antenatal, safe delivery care and family planning utilization of women in rural areas of Kalu Wereda, South Wollo Zone, Amhara Region, Ethiopia.
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Doing Business in India - Legal Environment planning the family in india
Business entry in foreign jurisdiction needs a strategic analysis wherein legal framework is an important aspect. This presents the legal environment and the framework a paramount aspect to be understood to do business in India. It presents the basic legal framework to be analyses for India entry for foreign enterprise; it also presents the framework for outbound investments. This presents the legal structure in India and encompasses a brief overview of the enactments to be considered for doing business in India.
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Consonants in English Spoken by the Hindi-English Bilinguals planning the family in india
English is the second language and associate official language in India. English spoken in India is different from English (RP) or American English. It has its own peculiarities of pronunciation. This work is a humble effort of identifying the characteristics of the articulation of certain consonants in the English Language spoken in north India. This work may help the linguists in understanding some of the features of Indian English spoken in the northern part of India.
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Impact of Watershed Intervention planning the family in india
Integrated watershed development program has been launched in different states of India over last two decades for managing natural resources to increase overall productivity and to improve the socioeconomic development of the native population following the participatory planning principles. watershed is taken as a spatial planning unit with focus on natural resources such as land, water, forest, agriculture, livestock, horticulture and other sectoral activities with linkages to rural poverty alleviation through employment and income generation. In general, the institutional framework is well structured for implementing different projects in the watershed involving line agencies, NGOs and local people as the beneficiary and active participants of development process.With this background, an attempt has been made in this research to study and analyze the development activities undertaken by the technical agencies in a micro-watershed and the outcomes of the interventions.
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Military In Politics:Comparative study of India and Pakistan planning the family in india
This study addresses one central question: Why did democracy succeed in India but not in Pakistan? The central argument of the study is that there is political participation of the military in Pakistan but not in India due to three closely inter-related reasons. First, as a result of the British colonial experience in the United India from the 19th century up to the independence of Pakistan in 1947, the Hindus held pro-western and pro-democracy orientation, while the Muslims resisted entrance into the western education system. Second, the early building of political institutions in India prevented the Indian army from seeking a direct role in the mainstream politics of India. In contrast, the constant fragility of the political institutions in Pakistan from 1947 to present, led frequent coup d’etats in Pakistan. Third, there was a significant difference in the way the Indian and Pakistani military perceived them, as an Organ of the state or a custodian of the state. Another important insight of this study is that the US played a strong role in encouraging democracy in India, on the one hand, and supporting the military’s role in the politics of Pakistan, on the other.
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The Color of Our Sky planning the family in india
In the spirit of Khaled Hosseini, Nadia Hashimi and Shilpi Somaya Gowda comes this powerful debut from a talented new voice—a sweeping, emotional journey of two childhood friends in Mumbai, India, whose lives converge only to change forever one fateful night. India, 1986: Mukta, a ten-year-old village girl from the lower caste Yellama cult has come of age and must fulfill her destiny of becoming a temple prostitute, as her mother and grandmother did before her. In an attempt to escape her fate, Mukta is sent to be a house girl for an upper-middle class family in Mumbai. There she discovers a friend in the daughter of the family, high spirited eight-year-old Tara, who helps her recover from the wounds of her past. Tara introduces Mukta to an entirely different world—one of ice cream, reading, and a friendship that soon becomes a sisterhood. But one night in 1993, Mukta is kidnapped from Tara’s family home and disappears. Shortly thereafter, Tara and her father move to America. A new life in Los Angeles awaits them but Tara never recovers from the loss of her best friend, or stops wondering if she was somehow responsible for Mukta's abduction. Eleven years later, Tara, now an adult, returns to India determined to find Mukta. As her search takes her into the brutal underground world of human trafficking, Tara begins to uncover long-buried secrets in her own family that might explain what happened to Mukta—and why she came to live with Tara’s family in the first place. Moving from a traditional Indian village to the bustling modern metropolis of Mumbai, to Los Angeles and back again, this is a heartbreaking and beautiful portrait of an unlikely friendship—a story of love, betrayal, and, ultimately, redemption.
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Handloom weaver’s co-operative societies planning the family in india
Handloom industry is one of the oldest industries in India. It is the largest cottage industry in India, which plays a very important role in the country’s economic development and constitutes an integral part of rural life. It is providing direct and indirect employment to people next only to agriculture in India. Basically, it is a labour intensive and family based industry in which all the members of the family can participate. The purpose of this study remains to introduce students to exciting and challenging subject of handloom society activities which draws on several development of handloom weavers cooperative society in order to elucidate and understand the development difficulties facing the economics of the world. The book combines description and analysis for an understanding of the handloom weavers cooperative society issues that comprise the subject matter of economic development The analysis part addresses the linkages of handloom weavers cooperative society and weavers problems in the economy .The study discusses the measurement to improve the society
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Cognitive development in planning theory planning the family in india
Planning theory is constructed by debates. These debates consist of arguments. The different arguments form patterns. The patterns of arguments within planning theory reflect another existing pattern of argumentation which is present in the philosophy of science, guiding the trends set in thinking. Planning theory is directed by the norm at a particular point in time. This can be seen by the trend of opinions at that point in time. Theorists of planning theory have developed cognitive patterns of what planning and planning theory is, which direct their arguments and debates from their conviction. The cognitive patterns, from which is argued, does not necessarily allow the display of assumptions made. The underlying framework of planning theory has different dimensions consisting of cognitive patterns (vertical – levels of abstraction) and different perspectives (horizontal - ideologies), escapading a rich conceptual network. This underlying structure in planning theory plays an imperative part in the formation of debates and the direction of planning education.
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Research in Public Health in India-1 (Goa, Karnataka, Kerala) planning the family in india
Research in developing countries,like India has not till date been made as a prime concern. Public health research is one area where the country and the government needs to focus a lot. This book contains 5 studies, of wide public health interest. Post menopausal symptoms are the most common problems elderly ladies suffer. Disabled people constitute a group of largest minority people who usually do not have ready access to the social welfare measures. Vector borne diseases are an important public health threat not only in India but other developing countries. Public private partnership at least in the developing countries like India is the major need of the hour. Newer vaccines like H1N1 are also used worldwide as a prophylaxis for health care professionals. New Public Health projects like 'Integrated Disease Surveillance Project' have been implemented in India. In a way this book will act as an important resource for planning future studies on major public health issues for planners, managers, researchers, coordinators, disabled, and the scientific community as well. This is the first book in public health research series.
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Eco tourism,Its Regional Impact on the Economy and Management Planning planning the family in india
‘Ecotourism, its Regional Impact and Management Planning: A Study of North Bengal, India’ presents the topics essential for a clear understanding of ecotourism. The book embraces eight chapters. It emphasizes on the basic concepts of ecotourism and highlights the impact of ecotourism on the regional economy with several case studies. The book is the first attempt for understanding ecotourism scenario of North Bengal in a holistic way. The book is an essential core text for the students, academics, planners, administrators, researchers and other stakeholders in planning and implementation of ecotourism.
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Big Spending,Compulsive Buying and Externality planning the family in india
This work attempts to understand the impact of the changing retailing and credit card environment on compulsive buying and credit default particularly when the society is transforming in India, with increasing exhibition of materialistic behaviour. The changing identity and the structure of the family like, the increased number of educated women entering the workforce and the double income households with higher disposable incomes are enabling and propelling demand. This book is an outcome of a pioneering work in this domain and provides a deep insight from an Indian perspective. The methodology discusses the validation of the measurement tools in India, a deep analysis of the contextual issues and its implications for credit card companies in India. This book is written targeting two basic groups: (a) academicians and members of the public who are interested in the post modern consumerist behaviour in India (b) Financial institutions and credit card companies in India.
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Contribution of Women in Fishery Sector planning the family in india
The book examines exhaustively the position of women in Fishery sector in India over time and their contribution in terms of labour and productivity to the family and economy, the constraints they face and their options in the changing situation today. Women in this critical sector have to come center stage in policy and be strengthened to play their role as equal partners. For this, the woman farmer must receive rights to land, receive inputs of technology, skill, information, market access and credit. Her enormous workload must be lightened. The book serves as an important document and stimulates further discussions and development of appropriate programs in India. The book emphasizes the importance of education of women and increase in their awareness to various issues in fisheries.
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Family, Gender and Nation in Indian Television Serials planning the family in india
This book is a study of the representations of family, gender and nation in Hindi soap operas from the days of State-owned channel Doordarshan to the private transnational satellite channels. It traces the genesis of Indian soap opera on Doordarshan and private satellite channels and explores that the soaps on Doordarshan and satellite channels have different genesis, which is predominantly the reason behind the differences in their content and representations of gender and nation. While investigating the representation of family, gender and nation, the study found that there are three forces that shape the hegemonic understanding of being an Indian woman i.e. the Nehruvian State in the post-1947 India, liberalization and the militant growth of cultural nationalists.
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