Author:K.M. Kulkarni


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Geographical Patterns of Social Well-Being (With Special Reference to Gujarat)

By: K.M. Kulkarni

Price: $7.50

Publisher: New Delhi, Concept Publishing Company: 1990

Seller ID: 701352

ISBN: 8170222761

Condition: New

The study aims at understanding the phenomena of social well-being in terms of socio-economic attributes over geographical space. Despite the limitations of indicators of well-being and the generalization at the taluka level, the study brings out the spatial variations in levels of social well-being in Gujarat especially so on the spatial framework of inter-taluka, inter district and inter-regional units. The spatial patterns of composite levels of social well being as revealed in the study may go a long way in guiding the district administrators, regional and State planners, voluntary social ... View more info

Research Trends in Lexicography, Sanskrit and Linguistics: Proceedings of the Professor S.M. Katre Birth Centenary Volume

By: K.S. Nagaraja, V.P. Bhatta, Sonal Kulkarni-Joshi, and P.M. Pingle (eds)

Price: $50.00

Publisher: Pune, India, Deccan College Post-Graduate and Research Institute: 2007

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 039467

Condition: New

Printed Pages: 238. View more info

Population and Reproductive Health in India: An Assessment of the Current Situation and Future Needs

By: Shireen J. Jejeebhoy, Firoza Mehrotra, K.G. Santhya & P.M. Kulkarni (Authors)

Price: $19.30

Publisher: New Delhi, India, Oxford University Press: 2014

Seller ID: 110226

ISBN: 0198096232

Condition: New

India has made great strides in improving the well-being of its population. Enrolment in primary school is almost universal, life expectancy has increased, maternal and infant mortality have declined, more couples have exercised their right to bear the children they want, and HIV rates have fallen. There exist policies, laws, and programmes that intend to advance general welfare and the exercise of informed choice and reproductive rights of women, men, and adolescents. Progress has, however, been uneven. Notwithstanding policy and programme commitments to meet the health and development needs ... View more info