Punjab Society: Perspectives and Challenges

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Manmohan Singh Gill
Concept Publishing Company, 2003 - Punjab (India) - 362 pages
Based On The Data Gathered From Field-Work And Secondary Sources, This Book Vividly Describes The Ground Realities Of An Agrarian Society Like That Of Punjab, Which Is Rapidly Transforming Itself In Terms Of Needs, Aspirations And Socio-Economic Perceptions Of The People.
 

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Contents

CONTEMPORARY PUNJAB
3
The Scheduled Castes in Contemporary Punjab
26
SocioCultural Correlates of Low Sex Ratio in Punjab
43
Higher Education in Punjab
56
Pattern and Development
71
Reservation and Protective Justice
83
Green Revolution and Changing Village Social Organization
97
A Case Study
106
A SocioEconomic
176
Evidence
197
A Case Study
205
Experience with Regional Rural
219
Lessons from Municipal
233
Women Empowerment Through Watershed Development
254
Visibly Changing Lifestyle
270
Women Empowerment Through Labour Participation
291

Agricultural Cooperative Service Societies and Rural
121
Milk Cooperatives Visavis Rural Development
133
Implications of WTO for Agriculture
142
Challenges of Agricultural Research in Punjab
160
Role of Institutional Finance and Government Investments
167
Empowering Through Work
300
Development Environment and Society
313
Issues and Options
322
A Case
339
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