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Socio-Economic Status of Women Bidi Workers in Karimnagar Telangana

Vemula Jamuna


Vemula Jamuna "Socio-Economic Status of Women Bidi Workers in Karimnagar Telangana" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-3 | Issue-1, December 2018, pp.613-616, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd19042.pdf

Bidi workers are often the most vulnerable group in society, most of which depend on Bidi rolling in rural India. They are struggling to survive even though low wages and contractors are in constant exploitation, lack of education and medical facilities and neglect of government policies. Many Bidi workers in India are different from women and their workforce who work from their homes, and for that reason they are easily targeted for macroeconomic exploitation .MEU workers have many health problems. The study describes the "Case Study of Women's Beady Workers in Rural India" as the study program, health education and proper implementation of various schemes to reduce labour issues and the preventive measures. The paper's central idea is to explore the relationship between women's socio-economic positions in the unorganized sector with special instructions for Bidi Rolling. Bidi manufacturing in India is one of the biggest jobs for women in the age-old industry and unorganized sector. Women have an inherent advantage in this work, employed by beet worms; there is more important gender bias. A weak economic class mainly works in a country where there is not enough education and skill for an alternative job. Women prefer Bidi is rolling work because it carries home from home as well. Hence, they organize household jobs along with family income. However, the trade has been declining for the most part of the year, making it less unemployed.

Bidi industries, Socio-Economic Status, Health Hazards, Women Workers, income, schemes.

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