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Analysis of Gender Disparity in Assam of Workforce Participation & Education

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posted on 2022-10-05, 22:32 authored by Rupon BhowmickRupon Bhowmick, Rajeeb Bora, Mridula Devi

Gender equality is one important sustainable development goal. This goal has so many positive aspects in the development path of a nation. And gender equality can only be achieved through providing education to all. Because in developing countries like India social behavior is that males are bread earners and females, only take care of the family. If we do not give importance to female education, then there will be very high gender disparity in workforce participation and gender inequality.  




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