Indian Women in STEM : Need to Foster Diversity and Inclusion

Girls and women are systematically excluded from science and mathematics throughout their education. This restricts their access to, preparation for, and opportunities to engage in these subjects as adults. Holistic and integrated efforts are needed to get more girls and women into STEM education and careers. The society has to understand that women are an important human resource and can play an important role in economic development.

On 18th January, 2024, 'Women Scientists and Entrepreneurs Conclave' was organized as part of the 'India International Science Festival'. During the conclave, a session was held on women leading in Science, Technology, Engineering and ....

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