Parikh, P. P. ; Sukhatme, S. P. (2004) Women Engineers in India Economic and Political Weekly, 39 (2). pp. 193-201. ISSN 0012-9976
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This paper discusses the findings of two extensive studies on women engineers in India using data on enrolment in engineering colleges, out-turn job opportunities, career status and other factors. Responses of women engineers and employers on perceptions and barriers have also been analysed. Although there has been a significant increase in out-turn of women engineers, their prospects of employment and career advancement profiles remain matters of concern.
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