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The study analyses how over the years the status of women are changing where state as well as non state actors are playing significant role in empowering the role of women. Recent changes like The Sikkim Panchayat (Amendment) Bill, 2011 giving 50% reservation for women in Panchayat (grass root level) and initiating schemes like Chief Minister Rural Housing Mission (CMRHM) where house had been named after the women of the family. Success stories of non state actors in the form of Self Help Group like Nayuma Women Cooperative Society gives a positive trend in women empowerment
Food security is significant issue for development programming given this is a basic need that impacts survival, growth and development of human being.. As 49% of the households in Nepal are food insecure (National Demographic and Health Survey: NDSH, 2011), it is very important to explore how households in the rural communities are coping with food insecurity situation and discuss about the way out
This Study aimed to develop and validate Worktext in Drawing 2 for Technology students of College of Industrial Technology. It was conducted at University of Rizal System during the school year 2010-2011 with 50 first year BT students and 8 drafting professors as respondents. The study used the descriptive-experimental method to describe and evaluate the developed Worktext in Drawing 2 using the questionnaire-checklist and test results in gathering data. A pretest and posttest was administered to the student users to determine the performance in Drawing 2 of the two groups of respondents. They were asked to evaluate the worktext through the following: subject matter, organization and presentation, language and style and style and usefulness. Responses were tallied, tabulated and interpreted with the use of appropriate statistical treatment. The derived conclusions are as follows. Students exposed to the developed worktext in Drawing 2 performed better than the students