Gender Dynamics In India

ISBN Number : 978-93-5024-667-2

Student Price : Rs.175

Student Dollar Price : 7$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2017

No. Of Pages : 142

Book Weight :208

About The Book

The book is unique collection of data covering the various parameters from gender perspective in India. It elaborates the problems of literacy and educations in which Indian women are far behind in comparison to the western world. Health is a general is far from satisfactory in India and in case of women it is deplorable. The recent introduction of micro-finance concept with the women group is a ray of hope for women empowerment and their emancipation from the traditional bridle is explained elaborately in the book. Present position of women`s participation in the country`s political scenario is not very encouraging. The growing violence on women is also codified in the book to indicate the deprived status of women in our country. The book is useful for the students of women studies and those who are pursuing their research in gender studies.


1. Indian Women
2. Education of Women
3. Health and Women
4. Employment for Women
5. Microfinance and Women
6. Women in Politics
7. Violence Against Women

About The Author

Professor Sandhya Rani Das is currently Director of Delhi School of Professional Studies and Research (DSPSR), New Delhi. Having a strong academic background, she has in her record an excellent career in teaching profession for more than twenty years.

She has authored more than 33 research papers in leading journals of National and International repute and chapters in edited books on different aspects of Economics, Commerce and Management.

Four research scholars have earned their Ph.D. degree and twenty have earned their M. Phil, degree under her supervision Five more are pursuing their Ph.D. degree under her guidance.

As an active social being and responsible citizen she is also working for the development of rural women by helping them in the formation of SHGs and by arranging health camps in the far-flung villages of India.

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