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No takers for gender studies, human rights in CBSE schools

Subjects such as human rights and gender studies offered in Class 12 by the CBSE have not found any takers, prompting the board to stop offering them besides 5 other academic electives and 34 vocational courses. "Considering very low enrolment, the subjects ... Business Standard, 2 weeks ago

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Studies highlight gender, racial inequalities in medical profession

In one study, Dr. Julie Boiko of the University of California, San Francisco and colleagues found that women are underrepresented among speakers at grand rounds, which are presentations delivered by esteemed doctors to medical teams at other institutions.
 Reuters2 weeks ago

Campaigns on female tourists' sexual risk-taking are need of

hookup" sex on the rise among college-age adults, there's an urgent need for gender-sensitive and age-appropriate sexual health campaigns that are tailored to young women's motivations for taking sexual risks while travelling, a new study has suggested.
 DNA3 days ago

Ker's first all-women website to document struggles of women

An all-women website, which will focus on struggles and achievements of women with a view to bridge the gender gap in digital world, is all set to be launched in Kerala. The portal is envisaged as a repository of news, articles, studies, interviews, ...
 Business Standard5 days ago 'Women's pessimism about earning power boosts gender pay gap'  Business Standard2 weeks ago Govt makes gender-based study  Deccan Herald1 month ago Pakistani women in UK paid least compared to men, Irish women the most - study  DNA2 weeks ago

UN chief calls for more men to stand up for gender equality

The world needs more women leaders and men standing up for gender equality, UN chief Antonio Guterres has said while asserting that the empowerment of women is about breaking structural barriers. "It is true, I am a man, but we need all men to stand up for ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

This CEO's message on sexism, motherhood, gender quality wins the internet

It's been a few days since the world celebrated International Women's Day. And while it's still baffling that we need one specific day to celebrate womanhood when there are 364 more days (plus one), we have to take into consideration the way women are - ...
 DNA1 week ago

CARE India calls for bold action, paradigm shift on gender-based violence

[India], Mar.9 (ANI): CARE India recently organized a national consultation, 'Be Bold for Change: Reducing Gender Based Violence for Empowerment of Women' here which witnessed the participation of many significant stakeholders. The consultation called for ...
 Sify2 weeks ago

Despite criticism, NRAI says mixed gender events will benefit India

'An example is mixed pair test event over here in air pistol (which Jitu Rai and Heena Sidhu won). So we have the best chance of picking up an extra medal in the two air events. That's why I believe it is in our interest, this change. I am not worried about it' IMAGE: India's Heena Sidhu and Jitu Rai (centre) celebrate after winning mixed team 10m Air Pistol event of the ISSF World Cup in New Delhi on Monday. Photograph: Kamal Kishore/PTI Terming pistol and rifle events as "strength areas" ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Gender divide in heart health check-up?

A new report has highlighted a gender divide in the screening of patients for cardiovascular disease - Australia's number one killer.Research from The George Institute for Global Health and The University of Sydney found men were significantly more likely to ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

‘Gender bias leads to anaemia and malnourishment in girls’

Study points to selective abortions and neglect of female infants Ahmedabad, January 26: Gender-based discrimination leads to greater neglect of girls, in turn leading to malnourishment and retardation in female children, explained experts at the Jaipur-based ...
 Business Line1 month ago
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