A Study on Exploring the Individual Factors that Affect the Role of Women in Higher Education
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Associate Professor & Nodal Officer, MEASI Institute of Management, Royapettah, Chennai
Publication date: 2019-03-16
Eurasian J Anal Chem 2018;13(Engineering and Science SP):emEJAC181212
The beginning of this article with the skeleton of the idea behind provides ways for discussion and finds solution. Education is always considered as a tool of empowerment of women. Total enrolment in Higher education is estimated to be more than 34.2 million with 18.5 million boys and 15.7 million girls constitute 45.5% of total enrolment. Distance enrolment constitutes about 11.4% of the total enrolment in higher education, of which 46% are female students. The estimate total number of teachers is approximately 14,73,255 out of which more than about 614% are male teachers and 38.6% are female teachers these stastiscal report was the root cause for the author to analyze the role of women in higher education. Higher Education is consider essential for any nations culture, social and economic development, as the effective participation of women is very vital at all levels of development. This study aims to investigate the factors that impact women in higher education which they by enhance women learning process. To reach the aforementioned goals, a sample containing 120 women in higher education was selected via a cluster sampling and path analysis method was used to test thehypotheses. The results show that there is significant model fit among the Individual factors which effects of role of women in higher education.