3 edition of Reforming India"s Social Sector found in the catalog.
June 30, 2006
by Social Science Press, Distribution: Berghahn Books
Written in English
|Contributions||K. Seeta Prabhu (Editor), R. Sudarshan (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||337|
India’s social security laws are currently applicable only to the organised sector. The Unorganised Workers’ Social Security Act, , has been poorly implemented. A decade after the Act came Author: Aarefa Johari. Discussions on the need for labour reform in India, recharged by recent decisions of the Rajasthan state government and the central cabinet, focus on the need to deal with the inflexibilities resultin.
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Social Sciences Reforming India's Social Sector: Poverty, Nutrition, Health and Education by K. Seeta Prabhu (Editor), R. Sudarshan (Editor)Format: Hardcover. The labour market trends resulting from the reforms and the liberalization process are analysed in the context of their implication for social security and safety nets.
Conceptual issues concerning the reform of pension systems in India are examined. The book also reflects on old age security in the unorganized sector. the social sector; the efficiency of social sector spending in India; the. disparity in health statuses; IPR protection in health innovations; pollution.
and health; the universalisation of elementary education; problems faced at. the higher levels of. The Papers Presented In This Book Relate To Social Reform Movements In Different Parts Of India From A Historical View Point. Many Of The Issues Raised At The Beginning Of The Nineteenth Century Still Exist.
social sector and expenditure made on social sector in India. Objectives and Methodology: The objectives of this paper are (1) to assess the performance in the social sector viz., Education, Health, Nutrition, Housing, food security and Poverty situation in India.
And (2) to analyse the social sector spending in India. Focusing on the impact of economic reforms on the social sector in India by comparing the data of the pre-reform period and the reform period, the paper notices a declining trend in the budgetary allocations of both the central and state governments for various sub-sectors of the social sector, especially health and education.
Impact of the Land Reform Policy: Reforming Indias Social Sector book reforms are being attempted for twofold reason: to improve production and productivity and the distribution of income/asset.
Land reform measures are costless methods of increasing production in the agricultural sector. It serves the purpose of social justice too. ADVERTISEMENTS: Economic Reforms in India: Arguments and Criticism. Introduction of current economic reforms in India initiated process of structural adjustments in order to correct the distortions and weakness of economic policies followed in the country since its inception of economic planning.
The advocates of current economic reforms has justified such process of. It is widely believed that economic reforms widen inequalities in societies which are already highly unequal and the impact of economic reforms on social sectors, particularly in developing economies like India, has therefore been a subject of great concern These economies, it is argued, face the double problem of poverty, deprivation and inequality on the one hand and.
growth of organised reform groups that the social basis of Hinduism, the caste system, came to be questioned. Various social service institutions took up the cause of the less fortunate groups in society and sought to lift India from the morass of caste tyranny.
What was unique about the social reform movement initiated in the nine teenth century. A Breakthrough in Education Reform in India J By Seema Bansal and Arindam Bhattacharya Take a close look at the public education system in India, and the scope of the challenges is readily apparent.
reform policies initiated in were more comprehensive. Let us study some important areas such as the industrial sector, financial sector, tax reforms, foreign exchange markets and trade and investment sectors which received greater attention in and after Deregulation of Industrial Sector: In India, regulatory mechanisms wereFile Size: KB.
Reforming India's power sector M. Devasahayam | Updated on Janu Published on Janu Power utilities should be reformed and enabled to. MODULE - 1 Religious and Social Awkening in Colonial India India and the World through the Ages Notes The Prevalent Religious Practices Most of the social practices were done in the name of religion.
Hence, social reform had no meaning without religious reform. Our reformers were deeply rooted in IndianFile Size: KB. The social reformers believed in the principle of individual liberty, freedom, and equality of all human beings irrespective of sex, color, race, caste, or religion.
They attacked a number of traditional, authoritarian, and hierarchical social institutions. Given India's federal system and the responsibilities of state governments, the study is based on an analysis of two states - Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu.
Studying both macro and micro level data, the book covers such issues as: fiscal stress overall economic growth government allocation to the social sector district-level expenditure. The Indian economy has been growing at around 5 or 6% per annum sinceadjusted for population growth, and there are good reasons to suppose that similar rates of growth of gross domestic product (GDP) per capita might be sustainable over the next twenty years.
Savings rates are very high in India. Get this from a library. Reforming India's social sector: poverty, nutrition, health and gender. [K Seeta Prabhu; R Sudarshan;] -- Contributed articles with reference to India. The demand for social and religious reform that manifested itself in the early decades of the 19th century partly arose as a response to Western education and culture.
India’s contact with the West made educated Indians realise that socio-religious reform was a prerequisite for the all-round development of the country. National Portal of India is a Mission Mode Project under the National E-Governance Plan, designed and developed by National Informatics Centre (NIC), Ministry of Electronics & Information Technology, Government of India.
It has been developed with an objective to enable a single window access to information and services being provided by the various Indian. required for India to address its social and economic challenges. The bottlenecks that are bearing down on growth will have to be addressed for India to continue to narrow its major gap in living standards with middle-income and OECD economies, to reduce widespread poverty, to reverse rising inequality and to improve the wellbeing of all Size: 3MB.Reforming Public Institutions and Strengthening Governance v Annexes Annex g for Public Sector Reform in Fiscal Annex ments for Institutional and Governance Analysis and Assessment Annex -Fund Collaboration on Public Sector Work Annex tors of Governance and Institutional Quality File Size: 1MB.
Labour Issues and Need For Labour Reforms in India. But in addition, social security of the workers is indispensable. It should be notice that a businessmen will scale down his operations almost only in face of losses or in drive of modernization.
it is imperative to streamline all laws, to facilitate manufacturing sector in India so as.