Women on March in Goa : the gender transition in Higher Education after the Statehood

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Women on March in Goa : the gender transition in Higher Education after the Statehood

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dc.contributor.author Kamat, Nandkumar
dc.contributor.author Silva, Nikita de
dc.contributor.author Pereira, Melinda
dc.date.accessioned 2012-03-20T17:50:20Z
dc.date.available 2012-03-20T17:50:20Z
dc.date.issued 2007
dc.identifier.issn 1646-3749
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/10437/1938
dc.description.abstract This paper attempts to address the interesting phenomenon of dominance of women in higher educational sector of Goa-a remarkable postcolonial event which occurred after Goa attained statehood in 1987. The Indian state of Goa has been experiencing a rapid socio-economic and cultural transformation. At present it enjoys many of the highest human development indicators in India, matching some of the developed countries. Its’ projected population at present is 1.45 million (Indian decennial census 2001 reported 1.348 million). When the Portuguese rule ended, the literacy was just 31 % whereas it stood at 82 % in 2001. Goa is a highly urbanized state in India. In 1960 there were just five towns and 15 % urban population. In 2001 the figures were, 44 towns and 50 % urban population. On economic front Goa has made tremendous progress mainly on account of the growth of mining, tourism and the service sector. Tourist arrivals in Goa have exceeded the state’s population from 2001. The Gross state domestic product (GSDP) at current prices in 2003-04 was Indian Rupees (Rs.) 96570 million, up from Rs. 3930 million when Goa became a full-fledged state. The banks are flush with funds indicating a booming economy. Goa has lowest birth and death rates and a life expectancy of 68 years for the males and 72 for females. The sex ratio however has shown a declining trend since 1960, from 1066 to 960 in 2001 (Table 1).The sex ratio for 0-6 years age group was 933. On this background we intend to examine the changing pattern of female education in Goa. pt
dc.language.iso eng pt
dc.publisher Edições Universitárias Lusófonas pt
dc.rights openAccess
dc.subject SOCIOLOGIA pt
dc.subject ESTUDOS DO GÉNERO pt
dc.subject MULHERES pt
dc.subject INDIA pt
dc.title Women on March in Goa : the gender transition in Higher Education after the Statehood pt
dc.type article pt


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