Informatization and Informalization of Gender and Workforce, the Paradoxes of India’s Growth and Development
M U Farooque1, Sindhu Krishnan2, Zeenat Perween3

1Dr. M U Farooque, Formerly University of Delhi, Managing Editor – THE MASS, A Quarterly Refereed Research Journal of Social Science, Delhi, India.

2Sindhu Krishnan, Assistant Professor, Vidyalankar School of Information Technology, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.

3Er. Zeenat Perween, B.Tech , MBA, Independently Working for the Society, Technology and Development, India.

Manuscript received on 11 September 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 20 September 2019 | Manuscript Published on 11 October 2019 | PP: 680-684 | Volume-8 Issue-11S September 2019 | Retrieval Number: K111509811S19/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.K1115.09811S19

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Abstract: The Labour is the natural prime factor of production,which produces and transform goods, services, economy, state, society and system from one form to another and cultivate the natural flora and fauna factors by their continuous physical and mental efforts for the survival of thehuman living being of the world. The living being, journey of numerous civilizations beyond the numeric counting and calculations has been working, inventing, innovating for a better life, society and system. This paper studies the manual traditional and modern mechanized agricultural and industrial evolution of Indian economy in the world contemporary times and assessing the various socioeconomic factors which has been the obstacle and challenging resistivefactors of economic growth transformation into the development, as the Indian economy has made tremendous growth in information technology and GDP since 1980 which is now the third biggest economy on PPP which didn’t converted into the transformational development, which resulted into increase in sizes of vulnerable unorganized workers and decrease in the female participation rate in labour force (FPRLF) in the hyper economic growth regime, which has resulted into informalization of women and labour at large in post 1945 US structured capitalistic Washington consensus regulated major liberalized free market determined world has produced the paradox of India’s high Economic growth with one worst Human Development.

Keywords: Paradox of India’s Growth & Development, Unorganized and Organized Labour, Intra and inter Colonization, Female Labour Participation Force.
Scope of the Article: Industrial Engineering