Significance of Female Education in Economic Development
Author Name :- Dr. Sonika Kakkar,Dr. Gurudatt Kakkar,
Journal type:- IJCRI-International journal of Creative Research & Innovation
Research Field Area :- Department of Education ; Volume 2, Issue 1, No. of Pages: 9
Your Research Paper Id :- 201711030
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Female Education, Economic Development, health, nutrition and family planning
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