2 edition of Some socio-economic problems of the educated working women of Dhaka City found in the catalog.
Some socio-economic problems of the educated working women of Dhaka City
Includes bibliographical references (p. 80)
|Series||Research report / Bureau of Economic Research ;, 5, Research report (University of Dhaka. Bureau of Economic Research) ;, new ser. no. 5.|
|Contributions||University of Dhaka. Bureau of Economic Research.|
|LC Classifications||HQ1745.6.Z9 D476 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||80 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||80|
|LC Control Number||89905814|
Problems of women entrepreneurs in Bangladesh: Our study paid a lot of attention to investigate the challenges and problems faced by women entrepreneur. According to the study % entrepreneur face different types of challenges and 5. 95% does not face any challenges or problems to start their enterprise. A large portion of women, however, are still suffering from the severity of poverty. Lack of job opportunities along with economic hardship has pushed women to migrate. A major portion of women migrate to the city especially to Dhaka city in search of better work opportunities in order to reduce economic hardship. At the working age, women do.
The purpose of this paper is to summarize the findings of an initial pilot study in , in Dhaka city, and to explore the issues of marital instability among working wives. Bangladesh is a region of strong patriarchal values, imposing many rules of . and other socio-economic problems (World Bank, a). If this situation continues Dhaka might soon become an urban slum with degraded living standards for the city dwellers. Thus, it is very important to project the future scenario of urban growth of Dhaka in order to understand how the city might expand. This may help planners to carry out theirFile Size: 1MB.
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Get this from a library. Some socio-economic problems of the educated working women of Dhaka City: socio-economic survey, [Nilufar Banu.; University of. Occupational Health Hazards Among Workers of Garment Factories in Dhaka City, Bangladesh Some of the problems of women workers are related.
The study was conducted on women living in 10 slums of Dhaka city out of based on survey method. Besides, the study also suggests some solutions to improve the overall situation of slum women. Keywords: Slum, women, Socio-economic characteristics, Dhaka city, overcrowded slums INTRODUCTIONAuthor: Md.
Abdullah Al Helal, Sharmin Islam, Md. Mahbubur Rahman. considered as the back bone of the country’s economy while it plays great role for many people socio-economic wellbeing at the back door. This article depicts the socio-economic conditions of female garment workers in Dhaka City of Bangladesh.
We found that women are doing work on an average hours/dayin the garmentCited by: 4. women entrepreneurs in Dhaka city in line with their problems and prospects. The study also aimed at exploring recommendations and suggestions to address existing problems to promote a gender-friendly business environment.
Considering the overall objective, the study selected the following focal issues as thematic areas of this research initiative. Meet three ladies of Dhaka who are busy building their careers thanks to UK aid support for education It’s a hot and dusty spring afternoon in Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Children eat mini mango ice cream. The study based mainly on economic and social status of garments workers from Rampura and Badda areas of Dhaka City. It was found that the socio-economic condition of. Poverty in Dhaka division1 is the lowest in the country and also dropped the fastest between and This seems to be partly due to people in rural areas finding jobs in the city.
Dhaka’s population is expanding by % each year, making it the fastest-growing city in the world (UN-HABITAT ). Democracywatch conducted the research titled –“Socio Economic Empowerment of Women: Case Studies of Selected Small Female Entrepreneurs of Dhaka City ” as part of our training program.
In doing this research we received guidance and support from many people, without which this research would not have been possible. Despite the importance of women entrepreneurship, little research has been conducted on women entrepreneurship in Bangladesh.
The major objective of this study is to have an overview of the existing socio-economic situation of women entrepreneurs in. She found that women workers from lower-middle-class background had nearly full control of her income while urban working-class women relinquished control to men.
Her results also suggest that with the exception of some young unmarried workers, women's employment in the garment industry had not yet shaken the patriarchal family relations. Title: Economical Development Of Bangladesh- Problems & Its Solutions Supervisor: Andreas Stenius Abstract: The aim of this paper is to discuss and suggest ways to overcome the barriers hindering the economic development of Bangladesh, including the steps the government has taken and is taking for a better Size: KB.
Socio-economic background is the past and the history of human being. If any doctor wishes to diagnosis a disease then he/she must have a history of the disease.
In the present research, socio-economic backgrounds of the students have been studied to analyze the impact of the socio-economic background in higher education of female students.
There are many examples of socio-economic issues. Basically such issues involve the activities which have direct or indirect effects on individual’s economic activities and which in turn has an impact on society as a whole.
Few examples are: 1. Socio Economic Problems-in India Socioeconomic factors are the social and economic experiences and realities that help mold one's personality, attitudes, and lifestyle. Without an educated population, a country cannot progress in terms of economic development as well as political development.
In Bangladesh, just like in other parts of the world, parents have a strong desire to see their children progress and have a good life; hence, families are willing to make sacrifices for children’s education.
Socio-economic challenges of Bangladesh Md. Joynal Abdin The Financial Express on Decem Economic development without socio-economic challenges is inconceivable. The journey to development has never been easy for any nation and it is always a long hard battle to turn promises into achievements.
Bangladesh is a developing economy. This study aims to understand the activity patterns and gender relations of middle- income working women in Dhaka City in private and public space.
A total of seventy- five middle-income working women from three age groups; under 30 (unmarried), (married), and over 50 (married) were interviewed in three different areas of the city Author: Salma Islam.
Rapid Urban Growth and Poverty in Dhaka City which indicates a high dependency burden on the working age The factors causing this were many, some political, others socio-economic Large scale migration of Muslims from India in and afterwards was a major factor.
The. society, women are always in a disadvantaged position if they get divorced. However, recent decades have witnessed a significant social transformation in the lives of women in Bangladesh (WB, ).
There are “considerable socio-economic development and changing values relating to women’s family status” (Sultana & Karim, ). The socio-economic status of urban women in Bangladesh Status can be defined as the rank- ing one has in terms ofprestige, power, and esteem (Buvinic).
According to this definition, the status of women in Bangladesh is quite low. This stems largely from the prevailing religious traditions of the region: Islam and, to a lesser extent, Hinduism.Problems and Challenges of Deserted Women in Bangladesh: An Observational Study Neaz Ahmed Shahjalal University of Science and Technology Faisal Ahmmed Shahjalal University of Science and Technology As in other countries of the world, desertion is widely seen in Bangladesh especially in urban centers.income working women in Dhaka City in private and public space.
A total of seventy-five middle-income working women from three age groups; under 20 (unmarried), (married), and over 50 (married) were interviewed in three different areas of the city, Azimpur, Mohammadpur, and Maghbazar.
Case histories of six women, two from each.