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Published by Mohit Publications, 4675/21 ansari Road,Darya Ganj in New Delhi .
Written in English

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The central theme of this book is the role of women members of Gram Panchayats since 1993, when their reservation in Gram Pannchayat increased due to reservation of seats as a result of 74rd amendment to the constitution. It has evaluated their awareness, participation in different activities and their ability to take decision in public affairs.

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Number of Pages124
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