Why are women’s degrees not as lucrative as men’s?

In 2018, women were awarded over 10,000 government degree colleges and universities. 

However, in the same year, they were awarded only 5,000 university degrees.

And women were only awarded 3,000 medical degrees. 

According to the data from the government, the government of India has a government degree of 7,906,700 in 2018. 

As per this data, women earned about ₹3,914.00 per month in 2018, or ₨11.25 per hour. 

For men, the data showed the government had a government of 4,837,000 in 2018 and they earned ₧11.33 per hour or №10.25 an hour.

The difference is because the government has a higher proportion of women than men, said Abhay Kaul, senior vice president of the Centre for Women and Child Development (CWDC), a government agency that monitors the implementation of women’s empowerment programmes in the country.

The CWDC, a division of the Department of Social Justice and Empowerment, said the data in 2018 showed that women’s participation in government education is low, but the government does a good job of promoting and empowering women. 

“It’s important to note that women are a very small proportion of the population in India.

They comprise less than 2 per cent of the total population.

So they are not a major population and therefore their participation in the labour market is limited,” said Kaul.

The government has also been targeting women’s education through several initiatives. 

In 2018, it launched the National Women’s Centre of Excellence (NWCE), an institution for women’s and girls’ education. 

Also in 2018 the government launched a programme called WELA for Women, which aimed to empower women by offering financial and technical support to them through an online course. 

The government also has a Women and Children Development (WCD) programme that aims to improve maternal health, prevent maternal deaths, and improve the livelihood of women and girls. 

But the government’s focus on women’s advancement has also led to the government not having enough resources for women to get a university degree. 

Even if they get a government education, women face difficulties in getting employment because women are underrepresented in the workforce.

According to data from 2017, women comprised only about 2.6 per cent or 1.8 per cent in the total workforce.

Women are also underrepresented on the corporate boards. 

When a woman is a member of a board, she is not seen as a senior member. 

A senior member of the board, however, can act as a conduit between the company and the government. 

This makes the business environment less conducive for women as well as for their families. 

So, if they don’t get a job, they don.

“The business environment also leaves a lot of women out of the workforce,” said Anupam Gupta, executive director of the Women and Business Institute of India, an organization that tracks women in business. 

And the women-dominated sector of the Indian economy also has limited opportunities to enter into the workforce due to the patriarchal nature of the industry.

Women face an unfair pay and lower wages, particularly when it comes to minimum wages. 

Women’s earnings are less than men’s. 

Some women earn less than male counterparts. 

Their earnings are not shared equally.

It is also not as profitable as the average wage, which is around ₦4,000 per month. 

To address these challenges, the Indian government is looking to bring in incentives for women.

In the 2018 budget, the country’s government promised to introduce a Women Empowering the Nation (WEAN) scheme that will encourage women to participate in the economy by offering them higher salaries, flexible work hours, and flexible hours of work. 

With the help of these incentives, it hopes to bring women into the labour force and create employment for them. 

Kaul said women are expected to be part of the family unit and contribute to the family’s welfare. 

It is not only the government that wants to increase women’s representation in the workplace, she said. 

At the same time, it has to provide jobs to women, and if women don’t find a job that matches their qualifications and experience, they are likely to take up another job. 

If the government is not taking action on this, it is putting a lot on women, said Gupta. 

She added that the government needs to be more ambitious on the recruitment of women in the sector. 

First Published: Nov 26, 2019 00:29:56