GENDER IMBALANCE: A DESCRIPTIVE RESEARCH ON GENDER INEQUALITIES IN INDIA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO MADHYA PRADESH

Amit Kumar, Gunjan Anand

Abstract


The gap between male and female child ratio in various parts of globe including India has become a series problem to the nations. Specifically, Asian countries like India, China, and many parts of Middle East countries facing such a severe problem.

The ever-increasing gap in India is bringing serious cause of socially imbalanced economy, which may affect the sustainable growth of nation as one of the fastest growing economy in the world. Gender balance in any economy play a vital role for overall development of the nation.

With this view, the current study has been taken to understand the reason of such gaps in the society and learn about the serious cause and effect of imbalance. The study is conducted in central India, Madhya Pradesh (M.P.) that is determined by its multi facets business blogs, diversified demographics, multiple ethnicities and socially shared destination.

A great combination of these qualities will provide an insight into the cause of gender imbalance on the ground of different characteristics of people belong to Indore.

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