Male and Female Distribution in Local Governance in Jind Block of Haryana


  • Renu Bala, Dr. Sunita Yadav


Local Governance, Female Representatives, Women Reservation.


Before 1978 women’s participation in political field, voting and election, campaigning was very insignificant and their legislative partnership was under-represented.  Haryana was came out as a separate state in 1966 after division from Punjab. Jind district is a historical administrative unit since Mauryan Empire. Panchayat system is the lowest administrative setup of three-tier system of Panchayat Raj Institution (PRIs). Community Development (CD) block is administrative set up at tehsil level or Panchayat Samiti on various village clusters and divided by ward numbers. The term comes in census of 1991and representative of village directory and population data. During the research work, it was found that after 33 percent reservation for women in local governance impact the remarkable place. It was also analysed that in recently elected panchayati raj system women are near to equitant with man that remarks the progressive change in Indian society and will be played a good position of Haryana state in the country and at globally it will reflected on India’s position.




How to Cite

Renu Bala, Dr. Sunita Yadav. (2024). Male and Female Distribution in Local Governance in Jind Block of Haryana. International Journal of Research and Review Techniques, 3(1), 10–13. Retrieved from