Women in Higher Education in India: Perspectives and Challenges
Bridging the gender gap in higher education is fundamental throughout India. Education is the yardstick by which the growth and development of a country are delineated, and it helps to discipline the mind, sharpen the intellect and refine the spirit. There has been a phenomenal growth in the number of women enrolling in higher education in India since the country gained independence, with around 45% of female admissions to such institutions in recent years. This collection explores the role of women in higher education, their emergence as a strong force for social change, and the implications of this on society. It also discusses technology’s impact on women’s education, constraints on women in higher education, and issues and challenges for women in the workplace.
Dr Hari Ponnamma Rani is Assistant Professor of Mathematics at the National Institute of Technology, Warangal, India. She has published 40 research articles in reputed international journals and 19 research articles in international conference proceedings. Her areas of interest include women in higher education, the flipped classroom method of teaching, and scientific computing and its applications.
Dr Madhavi Kesari has a PhD in English Language Teaching (ELT) from Osmania University, and an MPhil in ELT from the Institute of English and Foreign Languages at the University of Hyderabad, both in India. Her research interests include flipped classroom methods of teaching, learner engagement strategies and innovative methods for language learning. With her 16 years of teaching and research experience, she has authored five books, published 43 scholarly articles and presented 25 papers at various national and international conferences and seminars.
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