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Vol -  11, Issue- 12 ,         Page(s) : 189 - 194  (2020 ) DOI : https://doi.org/10.32804/IRJMSH


The Indian culture with that of the British also brought improvement in the status of women. It is a fact that women are intelligent, hard-working and efficient in work. Women have distinguished themselves as teachers, Scientist, administrators, doctors/nurses, Pilots/Airhostesses, employees, receptionists, Navy/Army, Judicial, Law & order maintenance, etc. They are also participating in politics and administration. But despite this amelioration in the status of women, the evils of illiteracy, patriarchal society, Son preference, discrimination against girls, marriage laws, capitalism, male self-interest, misogyny, religion dowry, ignorance, and economic slavery would have to be fully removed in order to give them their rightful place in Indian society.

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