2 edition of Socio-economic conditions of women workers in plantations. found in the catalog.
Socio-economic conditions of women workers in plantations.
India. Labour Bureau
|LC Classifications||HD1537.I4 I54 1980|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 102 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||102|
|LC Control Number||82902833|
Since the female workers are engaged more than the male workers. The study is to find the socio-economic status of women employees in Tea plantation. The study focus on the living condition, wages, earnings and socio security benefits. A total of 60 respondent from Anamallais(Valparai), Coimbatore form the sample. Introduction Tea plantation is the most labour intensive industry in Sri Lanka. On a rough and ready basis the tea plantation sector would employ at the rate of persons per hectare and the industry need supply of labour throughout the year (Perera , Sinnathamby and Wickramasekara ).
sri lankan team study. WOMEN IN THE PLANTATION SECTOR. INTRODUCTION. The S.C.M. of Sri Lanka started this project in July. However work on the project got underway only in Mid-September, after the Annual Conference. Even prior to the commencement of this project the S.C.M. was concerned with the plight of the workers on the tea plantations. 1 The Economic and Social Impact of Colonial Rule in India Chapter 3 of Class Structure and Economic Growth: India & Pakistan since the Moghuls Maddison () British imperialism was more pragmatic than that of other colonial powers.
The overall work has benefited from the support of many institutions and individual based in Ethiopia and Rwanda. important genus for forest plantation; and of field work and consultations with socio-economic realms, to be able to provide a balanced view for decision makers. The Black Belt in the American South refers to the social history, especially concerning slavery and black workers, of the geological region known as the Black geology emphasizes the highly fertile black soil. Historically, the black belt economy was based on cotton plantations – along with some tobacco plantation areas along the Virginia-North Carolina border.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: India. Labour Bureau. Socio-economic conditions of women workers in plantations. [Simla]: Labour Bureau, Ministry of Labour, Govt. of India, More than five percent of the plantation workers are migrated from other states. Average family size of the sampled women workers is members at overall level.
Majority of the sampled women workers ( percent) are found to be illiterate. Average number of earners per women worker house hold is found to be two members. The strike by women workers in the tea plantations of Kerala brings to fore the miserable living conditions of the workers in this sector across the country.
With more than a million permanent workers, the tea plantation industry is the largest in the formal private sector in the country. Yet wages of these workers are the lowest in the formal sector and their living.
A CASE STUDY ON SOCIO -ECONOMIC CONDITIONS OF TEA PLANTATION WORKERS IN ELAPPARA PANCHAYATH CERTIFICATE. The socio economic condition of tea worker and their dependent is very pathetic as they lag. () Trade Union and women worker in tea Plantation Economic and Political er, This book studies women workers in tea plantations in India and the process of their adaptation and adjustment in the home and the work place.
The plantation women workers in West Bengal belong mostly to tribal and Nepali communities. The factors responsible for their entering into the labour force and the effect of their employment on behaviour patterns and cultural life are investigated. Plantation Industry.
The present report relates to the Socio-economic conditions of women workers in Match Industry. I am thankful to the various departments of the Central Government, and the States Labour Departments of Tamil Nadu and Kerala, for their.
vital role in the socio-economic condition in India. About 7 0% worker of t he tea industry ar e women who [Figure 1 and 2] are the most potential labo ur force (Sarma, ; Devi, ).
West Bengal is the second largest producer of tea in India contributing one fourth of India's tea productions. It has about tea gardens, which employ about 6 lakh workers and it's estimated that more than million people are dependent.
Women, Work and Employment in Tea Plantations Women’s work has traditionally been divided into the area of production (both economic and social) and reproduction from time immemorial. With the intensity of specialisation, women’s work became more segregated and sexual division of labour became a dominant agenda.
Government of India. Socio-economic Conditions of Women Workers in Plantations. Labour Bureau. Ministry of Labour. Government of India. Census Districts Hand Book West Bengal. By A.K. Mitra. Government of India. Report of the Assam Labour Enquiry Committee Calcutta.
Government of West Bengal. West Bengal District. Study prepared for the International Labour Organization A Study Report on Working Conditions of Tea Plantation Workers in Bangladesh!. An older case from Malaysian rubber plantations argues that women’s lower cost of labour makes them attractive to employers (Heyzer, ), possibly induced by wage discrimination.
However, a high rate of women’s employment is found in plantation nurseries in Uruguay, with women receiving wages higher than the regional average (Cárcamo, ). The book also highlights the perils involved in doing away with the Plantation Labour Act and provides the plausible way forward for improving the conditions of plantation workers.
Rich in empirical analysis, the book is essential for scholars and researchers of labour economics, development studies, gender studies and sociology. To understand the socio-economic condition of Migrant coffee Plantation Workers To study the social inclusion of migrant coffee plantation workers.
VII. Scope of the study: The study concentrated on migrant labourers in coffee plantations of Madikeri region. The study is designed to focus on the socio economic conditions and inclusion of. More than a million Indian men and women took long, perilous voyages across the black waters to work as bonded labour in the sugar plantations of various British colonies between and Dr.
Tessy Kurian (A Study of Women Workers in the Plantation Sector of Kerala ) looks at the role of women workers in the plantation sector of Kerala. She examines the living conditions of women workers.
She finds these far from satisfactory, and makes elaborate recommendations for. Women Plantation Workers by Shobita Jain,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Socio-economic conditions of women workers in mines. Chandigarh: Labour Bureau, Ministry of Labour, Govt. of India, (OCoLC) Online version: India.
Labour Bureau. Socio-economic conditions of women workers in mines. Chandigarh: Labour Bureau, Ministry of Labour, Govt. of India, (OCoLC) Material Type. plantation sector in the North East India, their identity, ethnicity, socio-economic condition and their life and settlement there. Another book of similar, “One Hundred Years of Servitude: Political, Economy of Tea Plantations in Colonial Assam” () by Rana P.
Behal is a book on the history of tea plantations in Assam during the. This pioneering collection of essays brings together a description and analysis of women workers and the socio-economic systems of plantations world-wide.
The plantation remains a formidable force in many areas of the world and new trends towards tree farming call for further examination of its s: 1.Housing Conditions and Ownership of Durable Goods – /10, /13 and Key Socio-Economic Indicators – /10, /13 and General Education CONTENTS (Continued) Government School Teachers and Pupils by Province and District Government Schools SizeofStudentPopulation the tea plantation workers would go a long way in solving the great number of issues to the workers involved in Tea plantation2.
The work timings in the tea estates are from 8 am to 5 pm in standard Indian time. The legally permissible lunch interval is 12 – 1 pm.