Family Responsibilities Make a Barrier in the Career of Female Faculty
Mrs.Deepa Sharma, Dr. C. Venkateswaran, , ,
Affiliations 1-Management, Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Management, Maharishi Markandeshwar (Deemed to be University) Mullana, Ambala, India ; 2- Management, Maharishi Markandeshwar Institute of Management, Maharishi Markandeshwar (Deemed to be University) Mullana, Ambala, India
Background/Objectives: This paper presents how to maintain family responsibilities and their careers successfully. Working women in daily life faced many challenges. To identify the problems among family responsibilities and their careers.
Methods/Statistical analysis: In this paper sample data is 120 to be used to get the appropriate results. SPSS tools used to convert the information in statics data. Demographic of respondents and Descriptive statistics used to reach the results. And the study of all factors impacts on respondents to maintain a balance between family responsibility and their careers. Correlation shows between family responsibility and growth in careers. Collection of data respondents are working in the academic sector.
Findings: In this paper, we found its fact a working woman faced many problems to maintain the balance between their professions and care for their families. So in this paper, all issues describe how to female managed the family responsibilities and job stability with growth. It's very critical situations handled by them. Many problems and challenges suffered by female faculty in the education sector. That's why behind the reason some time women quit their jobs. The workplace is seen as men's space and engaging of women is taken as lack of regard. Regardless, this technique is rapidly advancing now, and cash related similarity as other social components have not quite recently extended the number of working women in all circles of life, yet what's more, have improved the value of their non-conventional duty towards society. Sometimes women faced unhealthy jokes on women at the workplace. The main reason of behind these issues as unformulated manners unhelpful concepts in the effective atmosphere, nonappearance of beliefs, deception group effort, is deficient in leaning along with the consumption of an assortment of dialects, stringent ethnicity and convictions etc.
Improvements/Applications: In future perspectives study the male also faces these types' problems in their lives. Family responsibilities also make a barrier in their career growth. Male and female has the same family responsibilities, problems and issues faced in their lives.
Mrs.Deepa Sharma, Dr. C. Venkateswaran."Family Responsibilities Make a Barrier in the Career of Female Faculty". International Journal of Computer Engineering In Research Trends (IJCERT), ISSN:2349-7084, Vol.7, Issue 05,pp.9-12, May - 2020, URL:http://ijcert.org/ems/ijcert_papers/V7I502.pdf,
Keywords : Family responsibility, Career, Women, Education sector
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