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IJID - Volume 7 - Issue 1

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Title: Content Volume 7 Issue 1
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Content Volume 7 Issue 1

Title: Empowerment of Dalit Women Through Reservation Policy
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In the post independence era many programmes and policies have been launched for the welfare of women. According to studies among the women, dalit women are exploited more in Indian society. Further the proportion of dalit women below poverty line is comparatively higher in comparison to upper caste women. There are high incidences of poverty, lack of access of resources, illiteracy, unemployment and other related issues associated with dalit women. The affirmative action policy which is implemented through constitutional provisions has empowered the deprived sections including dalit women. Recently Government of India has launched many schemes related to women which would uplift their status in society by bringing them in mainstream.

Title: Prevalence and Associated Factors of Road Traffic Accidents among Motorcycle Drivers of Addis Ababa City, Ethiopia
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Background: Motorcycle is a type of motor vehicle with two wheels, which is used to transport a passenger and for locomotion. Motorcycle accidents are becoming a public health problem in the developing worlds. Motorcycle injuries constitute a major but neglected emerging public health problem in developing countries. They are among the leading causes of disability and deaths, the main victims being motorcycle drivers, passengers, and pedestrians in the young reproductive age group.
Objective: The objective of this study was to assess prevalence and associated factors of road traffic accident among motorcycle drivers of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, 2019.
Title: Role of Agriculture Education in Indian Education System
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Agricultural education plays a significant role in boosting economy and speeding up the development process. It can create a landmark in achieving food security and sustainability. Human recourses need to be developed properly and untapped agricultural potential can be tapped by educating people about this green jewel called agriculture. Sensitization of people with awareness programs, training sessions and camps can help in improving the statistics of education required for exclusive growth of this sector. The biggest challenge faced by this sector at present is lack of education and guidance. Education does not mean just teaching, it is a way of sustainability. People who are involved in agriculture should be equipped with all the requisite skill sets to ensure maximum productivity from this sector. Farmers use technology to make advances in producing more food for a growing world. Biotechnology in agriculture is the manipulation of a living organism to improve the quality of human life through advances in crop and animal production. Many universities have come up to reorganize and strengthen the system of agricultural and allied education in India

Title: Role of Inspirational Political Leaders in Bringing Social and Political Change
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Some of the Indian political leaders have contributed very significantly in bringing the social and political changes in society. Their life stories have proved to be inspiring for the successive generations. These personalities have worked very diligently towards social reforms and ensured progress and development of not only their regions but of nation as a whole. Through their social movements, new techniques were evolved against the social and political problems prevailing in society. Some of the leaders believed in Gandhian philosophy and advocated political decentralization for the active participation of people in political decision making. Despite of being imprisoned these leaders fearlessly served the nation wholeheartedly. These revolutionary leaders have contributed immensely in Indian politics through their revolutionary philosophy and actions

Title: Understanding Access to Housing, Drinking Water, Electricity and Sanitation by Scheduled Tribes in Eastern Uttar Pradesh
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Housing, drinking water, electricity and sanitation are important basic needs of human for a dignified living in modern era. Development and implementation of these provisions plays not only vital role for the socio-economic betterment but also secure them from important public health, pollution and security problems in tribes especially women. Tribes residing in eastern U. P. are still very poor in possession of these facilities in spite of the Government’s commitments to improve their backward status through special constitutional provision. Present article analyzes the housing, drinking water, electricity and sanitation facilities available to Scheduled Tribes in eastern U.P. and explores possible strategies for improvement. Most of ST families still live in jhuggis (43.9 per cent), only 27.12 per cent have both tap water supplies and electricity,mostly (92.15 per cent) use hand pump for drinking water out of home, 77.4 per cent of STs do not have latrine facility inside the premises and unsatisfactory sanitation in surrounding