caste, women, india
Schedule Caste Women had some basic problems and the different kinds of gender inequality were displayed in mortality, natality, basic facility, special opportunity professions, ownership, and household matters. Education can pave the way for an overall development of individuals and for the society. Female literacy is not only an end itself, but also serves as a catalyst for overall performance, in other segments too. Since women comprised the majority of the Schedule caste population in India. Among the Schedule Caste women, Arundhatiyar womenpopulationwerebelowthepoverty line and are very often in situations of extreme poverty, given the harsh realities of intra-household and social discrimination. this research paper mainly concentrates on status, survival and current dilemma of ScheduledCaste Arundhatiar women in Ranipet district of Tamil Nadu.
Sasintha, G. Ph.D. and Yoganandham, G.
"Status, Survival And Current Diellema Of Schedule Caste Arundhathiyar Women In Ranipet District Of Tamilnadu,"
International Review of Business and Economics: Vol. 4:
2, Article 65.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.du.edu/irbe/vol4/iss2/65