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INEQUALITY OF GENDER RATIO AMONG RELIGIOUS AND SOCIAL GROUPS IN INDIA
Corresponding Author(s) : Sandipan R. Gavhale
Humanities & Social Sciences Reviews,
Vol. 4 No. 2 (2016)
India was a mother-dominant country. But today, the atrocities event ratio and the gender gap in India have increased, which is serious and considerable matter. The male-female ratio in society is an indicator of the socio-economic progress of the country, considering this point, the social condition of India, is not improved by satisfactory.
There are many social groups and various distinct cultures their effects become on unequal sex ratio this inequality exists into the upper caste. So this article focuses on class wise gender ratio in India as comparative gender ratio of SC, ST to another social group like upper caste. So this matter should be examined in thought level. Consequently, the social problems are increasing day after day, which should be studied by the thinkers to be improved from this problematic situation.
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