The economic advantages of the joint family system are mentioned below in points: 1. It ensures at least a bare subsistence to all the members of the family. 2. The system has provided a safe and respectable home to every members of the family. This system provides a home and shelter for the … [Read more...] about Economic Advantages of Joint Family System
The caste system has exercised a profound influence on the economic activities of the people of India. There were four original functional castes, which followed different occupations, namely - the Brahmins (the priestly class), the Kshatriyas (the fighting caste), the Vaisyas (the trading class) … [Read more...] about Caste System: Essay on Positive and Negative Effects of Caste System
There are many barriers of female employment in the course of the country’s economic development and modernization. Illiteracy, poverty, decline of household industries, competition from factories, and technological changes are the major barriers for women employment. They are each briefly … [Read more...] about Barriers for Women Employment
The problem of child labor is a socio-economic problem; and the rise of this phenomenon in an alarming proportion has caused a serious concern in India. Age: The children belonging to the age groups, ranging from six to fourteen years, in the developing countries are engaged in different types of … [Read more...] about Child Labor in India
The system of dowry is bad and a great social evil prevalent in Indian society. The unscrupulous person do not display moral or ethical principles. They allege that the bride’s parents failed to give the dowry promised by them at the time of negotiation of marriage. Now-a-days, in the marriage … [Read more...] about Why dowry system is bad?