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मंगलवार, 11 अप्रैल 2017

10 Indian women scientists who proved that they are not less than men

10 Indian women scientists who proved that they are not less than men
- India, being a patriarchy, has a gender problem. Women are not represented in some professions adequately. However, an increasing number of women are receiving education in the field of science in India, overcoming the societal gender bias, social dogma and set norms.
Indian women have had a presence in the field of science for well over a century. The first Indian woman to receive her degree as a medical doctor did so in 1885. Since then, however, women have come a long way.