Working Women and Their Professional Life in Modern Society

  • Surender Kumar
Keywords: Women Empowerment, Education, Health, Socio-Economic Status, Crimes Against Women, Policy Implications


India is a traditional country and there is diversity in religions, culture and customs. Role of the women in India mostly is household and limited to domestic issues. In some cases women can find employment as nurses, doctors, teachers the caring and nurturing sectors. But even if well qualified women engineers or managers or geologists are available, preference will be given to a male of equal qualification. The present study investigated to identify the factors preventing women employees from aspiring for higher post and challenges & problems faced by women workers. Further the study try to explain the real condition of Indian working women and also make an effort to clear main problems of working women.


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How to Cite
Surender Kumar. (2019). Working Women and Their Professional Life in Modern Society. International Journal for Research in Applied Sciences and Biotechnology, 6(1), 6-9.