Livelihoods and Social Protection in India (Hardback)

  • Title : Livelihoods and Social Protection in India (Hardback)
  • Author : Dr Rakesh Kumar Singh
  • ISBN 13 : 9789388147323
  • Year : 2020
  • MRP : Rs 750
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This book “Livelihoods and Social Protection in India” discussed the poverty removal and its elimination in the context of Sustainable Development Goals, different aspects of multidimensional poverty in the context of tribal women, hunger in scheduled tribe, Self-help Groups, MGNREGA, Atal Pension Yojana (APY), merit and demerits of the direct effects of targeted interventions in the context of PM-KISAN Scheme, the issue of women in higher education in India. This book will be helpful for policy-makers, teachers, research scholars and students. Contents include : Sustainable Development Goal of No Poverty : Indian Perspective; Mapping the Multidimensional Poverty Index of Tribal Women : A Special Reference to Kinwat Taluka in Nanded District; An Analysis of Hunger Problem of Scheduled Tribe in Rural India : A Special Reference to Hunger Problem of Scheduled Tribe in Rural Andhra Pradesh; Tribal Women’s Empowerment and Livelihood Status in India; Dalit Women Related Social Policies in India; Empowerment of Women through Self-help Groups : A Study in Kumram Bheem Asifabad District of Telangana State; Employment in Informal Sector : Problems, Policies and Opportunities in India; Factors Influencing Earnings in Informal Sector : With Reference to Rajahmundry City, A.P.; The Rationale Behind Creating Quality Jobs for Economic Growth : A Vital Component of SDG; Economic Conditions and Challenges of MGNREGS in Rajasthan; Implementation of Atal Pension Yojana; Implementation Status of MGNREGA in Scheduled Communities : A Macro Level Study in Telangana; Pradhan Mantri Kisan Samman Nidhi (PM-KISAN); Gender Discrimination and Higher Education in India; Right to Education Act, 2009; Impact of Tourism on Socio-economic Condition of Street Vendors in Mamallapuram.