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Prof. Reicha Tanwar

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Centre for Women's Studies and Development at Kurukshetra University

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Centre for Women's Studies and Development at Kurukshetra University

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Director, Centre for Women's Studies

The Kurukshetra University

Director

Women's Studies Research Center

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SIES - College Commerce & Economics

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Session on 'Legal Issues' by Dr. Reicha Tanwar, Director, Centre for Women's Studies Kurukshetra University


ITBHUGlobal.org: The Chronicle: October 2006 Edition

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"In spite of good participation in the field of education, women's participation in managerial cadre in higher education is invisible", according to director of Centre for Women's Studies and Development at Kurukshetra University, Prof Reicha Tanwar.

She was delivering the inaugural address at the six-day workshop on 'Capacity Building for Women Managers in Higher Education' at Social Science Faculty in Banaras Hindu University here on Monday.
The Centre for Women's Studies and Development (BHU) and University Grants Commission (UGC) have jointly organised this workshop.
Dr Tanwar added that this gender difference was not only visible in India but was also evident in various developed countries. "Women have 12 to 17 representation in the managerial class of higher education in India", she added.
She said there were many reasons such as unwillingness of managerial body, our tradition and cultural norms etc. behind this scene.
"Women themselves feel reluctant to accept managerial position due to lack of motivation, social support, inbuilt power structure and gender biases existing in the society and lack of sensitivity etc.", she said and suggested that there was a need to cater gender friendly environment and women studies perspective in every discipline.


ITBHU.org : The Chronicle: October 2006 Archives

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"In spite of good participation in the field of education, women's participation in managerial cadre in higher education is invisible", according to director of Centre for Women's Studies and Development at Kurukshetra University, Prof Reicha Tanwar.

She was delivering the inaugural address at the six-day workshop on ‘Capacity Building for Women Managers in Higher Education' at Social Science Faculty in Banaras Hindu University here on Monday.
The Centre for Women's Studies and Development (BHU) and University Grants Commission (UGC) have jointly organised this workshop.
Dr Tanwar added that this gender difference was not only visible in India but was also evident in various developed countries."Women have 12 to 17 representation in the managerial class of higher education in India", she added.
She said there were many reasons such as unwillingness of managerial body, our tradition and cultural norms etc. behind this scene.
"Women themselves feel reluctant to accept managerial position due to lack of motivation, social support, inbuilt power structure and gender biases existing in the society and lack of sensitivity etc.", she said and suggested that there was a need to cater gender friendly environment and women studies perspective in every discipline.


:: Centre for Women's Studies ::

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Prof.Reicha Tanwar Director Women's Studies Centre Kurukshetra University


SIES - College Commerce & Economics

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Dr. Mary Alphonse, Principal of Nirmala Niketan College of Social Work was the Chairperson, Ms. Rajani Iyer, Senior Counsel, High Court of Mumbai, Dr. Reicha Tanwar, Director, Centre for Women's Studies, Kurukshetra University were the resource persons.

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