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Human Development, the new perception of economic development, introduces the formation of human capability as well as the use of the acquired capabilities. Disaggregated Measurement of Human Development is crucial with respect to domestic policy formulation. Measuring economic development is very difficult and a socio-economic composite measure is long felt want of the concerned think-tanks. The Human Development Index (HDI) of United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) provides the best solution. HDI, its componential indices (longevity, education and income index) and Gender- Related Development Index (GDI), gender disparity adjusted index, are measured by UNDP. Education for All Development Index (EDI) is estimated by UNESCO. All these estimations are made at national level. This research work has estimated these indices at national and disaggregated level in Bangladesh. The disaggregated results show considerable disparities among the estimated units. This book is for under graduate and at master s level student of social science and business administration. Advanced learners, researchers and policy makers in economics and education are the targeted group of this book.
Women and their status in any society is an index of its civilization. Women are considered as equal partners in the paradigm process of development. Women are out and out disadvantaged compared to men and face all manners of cultural, social, legal and economic obstacles that men most often do not face at all. The gender inequalities are not the outcome of the lack of women s integration in the development of their skill, credit and resources. The root cause of this problem lies in the social structures, institutions, values and beliefs which create and perpetuate the women s subordination. Women constitute half of the humanity and are endowed with aptitude capabilities and capabilities for contribution of progress and development of humanity on par with men. They can be immense instruments in the development of human resources than men. They not only can enter any profession profusely and economic activity enormously but also remain as mothers and caretakers of potential human resources children. Human resources especially women power need to be assigned key role in any developmental strategy. However, for several historical and socio-cultural reasons.