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|Statement||T. Jamal Mohamed.|
|LC Classifications||DS432.G85 M64 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 303 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||303|
|LC Control Number||90907124|
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Parliament. Public Accounts Committee. The Gujaratis, a study of socio-economic interactions, – T Jamal Mohammed The Study of a hundred year old Gujarati settlement in Calicut – Trisha Parekh Calicut city centenary celebration – souvenir – article by Ramaniklal Jamnadas.
The study was to analyze the socio-economic impact on grape cultivators in the district. sample grape cultivators and 41 officers from commercial banks, 21 officers from regional rural banks and 14 officers from co-operative banks were selected for the study.
The study signifies that, male sex dominates the female in the grape cultivation. socio economic study -serves as an aid in determining the socio economic contributions the project/business can offer. -attempt to determine economic impacts on society or GNP. - Based on the fact that the enterprise is an organ of society and that its actions have a decisive impact on the social scene.
The study of the interaction between culture and economic development is not new. Gujaratis have developed institutions which ultimately define and constrain the exercise of culture in business activities.
It is widely known that members of the Hindu religion practice caste with a study of socio-economic interactions separated in terms of socio-economic.
To study the impact of changing socio-economic environment on business in India. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY This current study has been exploratory in nature where pertinent information has been gathered from various secondary sources of data, such as, journals, books, websites, Government of India reports, etc.
SOCIO-CULTURAL ELEMENTS IN INDIA 1. The study aimed at finding out the contribution of socio-economic status of the family on the academic performance of the student in private Universities in Punjab, A case study of North-East students in lovely professional university.
This type of study must consider the geographical diversity, and various political, socio-economic, cultural and religious influences present in modern-day India.
In order to understand a society's relationship with nature, one must first analyse the socio-political and economic conditions that existed within its borders. man et al.’s () study and White’s () review showed that as students become older, the correlation between SES and school achievement diminishes.
White pro-vided two possible explanations for the diminishing SES effect on academic achieve-ment. First, schools provide equalizing experiences, and thus the longer students stay. LIMITATIONS OF THE STUDY The study is based on the options received from the socio economic condition of tribal people.
The study mainly focused on the socio economic changes in tribal people. The study is made to know the role of socio economic condition of tribal people in kalrayan Hills at Salem district. He concludes with an examination of the world-wide rise of 'industrial food' and its impact on Third World societies, showing that the ability of the latter to resist cultural domination in food, as in other things, is related to the nature of their pre-existing socio-economic structures.
Journal of Behavioral and Experimental Economics (formerly the Journal of Socio-Economics) welcomes submissions that deal with various economic topics but also involve issues that are related to other social sciences, especially psychology, or use experimental methods ofcontributions in behavioral economics, experimental economics, economic.
The similarities and differences between the ethnic groups and between men and women are discussed with regard to the current socio-economic situation of. The term ‚socio-economic research™ is in widespread use in the European Commission™s work programmes and elsewhere.
In the Fourth Framework Programme, for instance, there was a programme entitled ‚Targeted Socio-Economic Research™ (TSER) and in the Fifth Framework Programme there were numerous.
Socio-economics (also known as socio–economic or social economics) is the social science that studies how economic activity affects and is shaped by social processes.
In general it analyzes how societies progress, stagnate, or regress because of their local or regional economy, or the global economy. Socio-economic. ‘Socio-economic Status Scale’ (SESS) was used while the total marks obtained by the students in the previous class, i.e.
standard X were used as an achievement criteria and for data analysis Mean, SD, one way ANOVA, t-test were employed. The result of this study showed the difference between high and low socioeconomic status groups.
This. Socio-economic issues in India Overpopulation India suffers from the problem of overpopulation. The population of india is very high- million approx.  Though India ranks second in population, it ranks 33 in terms of population density below countries such as The Netherlands, South Korea and Japan.
There is a lot of problems which arise due to such a large population. This book ably meets the recent demand for a critical and comprehensive study of social, economic and cultural history of medieval India.
The latest trend in Indian historiography is to de-emphasize political history and to bring into relief, the life of the common man in its social and economic : K.N. Chitnis. 5 • RELIGION Persa Pen is the most distinctive feature of Gond religion.
Like many other tribes, Gonds worship a high god known as Baradeo, whose alternate names are Bhagavan, Sri Shambu Mahadeo, and Persa Pen.
Parental socio–economic status (SES) was measured at Sweep 4 with an indicator of whether the mother had been in the highest NS-SEC category at any point during the study period, from age 9 months to age 7 years.
We chose to measure maternal SES by the highest occupational prestige achieved by the mother in order to both preserve as many.
This study concerns the Gujaratis of Fiji who comprise an important trading community within the large Indian population but who have not received extensive attention from scholars. It covers a time-span of forty-five years, from the beginning of this century to the end of World War II.
During this period, which characterizes the crucial formative phase of their settlement in Fiji, Gujaratis. The socio-economic impacts of past mining were studied at Singkep Island, Indonesia.
Tin mining was the only major industry on the island from to It contributed around 65% % of the local economy, provided out of direct jobs, operated 2 out of 39 primary schools, built infrastructure and controlled the hospital, airport.
The profile of the viewers clearly indicated that Gujaratis had better educational and socio-economic status compared to Marathis.
Gujaratis were mainly business/professional community, and had better language efficiency compared to Marathis. The mean age of the viewers was 32 years with no significant difference across communities.
Results. In the present study families were visited and interviewed; of which 60 were in rural and 60 in urban settings. Among the 60 families surveyed at rural setting, it was observed from Table 1 that, majority 40 (67%) belonged to high class when the SLI scale was applied.
When for the same families Pareek scale was applied, major i.e., (50%) belonged to the middle. Ganguly Malabika () revealed in his study of socio economic status and scholastic achievement a relationship between the two in a particular setting.
The study investigated the difference in scholastic achievement of upper, middle and lower socio-economic groups of students. The major findings of the study were. SOCIO-ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN INDIA We have discussed so far various aspects of significant issues related to four concepts: development, socio-economic development, human development and sustainable development.
Based on our appreciation of these, let us now try to understand the socio-economic development taking place in India. This study is about the impact of students’ socio-economic background on academic performance in universities, a case study of students in Kisii University College.
The objectives of the study were to Evaluate the factors that influenced the student academic performance and the relationship between the student socio-economic. A study carried out in by Stanford showed that there was an estimated 33% contribution of the people of West Eurasian origin to the gene markers of the Gujaratis, while Punjabis had 32% and the Kashmiris - 30%.
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Indian economy. This study was carried out based on the secondary data.
The data was mainly assessed through EBSCO, K-NIMBUS, Web of Science, SCOPUS, and Google Scholar. The community's websites, were also accessed to gain community-based specific knowledge. In the present study, an effort has been made to.
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Hence the earlier studies on socio economic variables determining fertility shows there is difference in determinance of fertility from study to study and across region and across population.
STUDIES RELATING TO RELIGION AND FERTILITY Mhadevan,Krishnan, Sumangala () examined fertility among religious groups at the national level. Socio economic status is a total measure of a person’s work experience and of an individual’s family’s economic and social position in relation to others, based on income, education, and occupation.
When analyzing a family’s Socio economic status, the household income, learner’s. Socio-economic status and exclusion from material resources are individual attributes that are part of the sociocultural microsystem in the ecological framework. However, they can also be considered as outcomes of interactions between macrolevel social policies (e.g.
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Intergenerational mobility of socio-economic status in comparative perspective. Nordic Journal of Political Economy. ; – Björklund A, Jäntti M, Lindquist MJ. Family background and income during the rise of the welfare state: Brother correlations in income for Swedish men born –