Why Are There So Few Female Leaders? asks Santishree D. Pandit, vice chancellor of JNU

Jawaharlal Nehru University Vice Chancellor Santishree D Pandit said that Amrit Kal cannot enter the nation without women empowerment . Pandit spoke on the first day of a three-day conference and exhibition hosted by the Jawaharlal Nehru University .

Santishree D Pandit, a JNU Vice Chancellor, Photo Credit: File photo New Delhi: Since asking why there were so few women in the top leadership, Jawaharlal Nehru University Vice Chancellor Santishree D Pandit said on Thursday that Amrit Kal cannot enter the nation without women empowerment.She said that the country should also find ways to help young girls who are forced to return to school after taking the course.Pandit spoke on the first day of a three-day conference and exhibition hosted by the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU).We are three places in the nation and the best in terms of diversity and equality.

The VC claimed that womens problems such as menstruation, menopause, or other conditions are not being studied as a whole.They (Women students) excel at the entry-level both as teachers and students.Yet at the middle and higher levels, something happens.She wondered why so many women aren't in a leadership role.

The campaign is devoted to Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, a government initiative launched to celebrate 75 years of Indian independence from the British.The conference will take place at the JNU Convention Center, and will continue until Saturday.Professor Ranjana Arya, the conference's organizer, said at a press conference that the main aim of the conference is to promote womens contributions to various fields of science and innovation by means of discussion of research findings, presentation of scientific achievements, and the development of future directions.According to Arya, the primary goal is to foster the dissemination of scientific advances and the involvement of women in achieving sustainable development.

The open forum sessions will allow young researchers and women students alike to network with academicians, entrepreneurs, and women farmers from rural areas.According to a statement issued by the varsity, the conference is a platform for journalists to look at research and feature stories on topics such as sustainable growth, gender equality, and innovation.

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