Educated Unemployed Women In India
Unemployment Among The Educated Female Youth Deserves Separate And Priority Treatment As Growing Concern With The Effects Of Planning Process Become A Matter Of Major Concern. A Number Of Employment Generation Approaches Were Explored, And Promoted But With Little And Limited Success.From This Backdrop The Present Book Based On Exploratory Views And Focused On Such A Crucial Subject Of Human Need. The Paradoxical Situation However Pertaining To The Problem At Hand Suggested In The Book Is Complete Non-Relationship Between Higher Education And Its Potentially For Employment, Whereas On The Other Hand Higher Education Is The Only Key To Find Employment. Even This Prospective Some Of The Salient Features Of The Problems Have Been Analysed In The Book With A View To Helping The Policy Makers In Formulating Appropriate Strategies And Approaches Whose Efficiency Would Be Judged In The Removal Of Genders Disparities.The Author Has Also Carried Out The Micro Level Study Of Lucknow (U.P.) Objectively And Presented Empirical Realities Regarding Needs And Problems Of Unemployed Educated Female Youth And Based On Findings Of The Study Made Positive And Viable Recommendations For Appropriate Channellizations Of Unemployment Problems Especially Amongst Educated Female Youth In India.
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applicants aspirations attitude of family cent constituted context daily expenditure daily needs Delhi dents descending order Distribution of Respondents economic educa educated female youth educated women youth educational categories educational level educational status employment career Employment Exchange Service Employment Exchange/Bureau Employment Service expectations family income family members female employment Five Year Plan followed fulfilment Government greater percentage group of respondents Highly Educated household Index Card India issue joblessness L1 Total labour Lowly Educated Lucknow Lucknow University majority of respondents majority section maximum education mentioned Moderately Educated Nature need relating number of respondents obtained percentage of respondents pondents present study problems faced problems of unemployed professional social workers programmes question regards the educational registration respondents placed Scheduled Castes Scheduled Tribes self-employment Social Work Profession Social Work Professionals society Stenography study sample suggestions table informs termed tion trend of opinion unem unemployed educated female vocational woman