Discrimination in Boys and Girls: A Closer Look

There are only 4 girls in the top 5 of UPSC results. 12 girls in the top 20. By the way, these days the results of the exams are about to come and the same headline is being heard every day that the girls won again. Let’s see the dominance of girls in top positions, it is reassuring that such news will play an important role in providing equal status to boys and girls. It seems that now there will be a change in the mindset of discrimination between boys and girls.

Steps will be taken in the direction of getting an equal salary for the boy and the girl for the same work. But what about only a few women working in top positions? There are many jobs of small posts for which there is no exam, there is only discrimination.

First of all, tell whether after reading the news of girls topping the school and college level every year, we see them doing more and more small private jobs. If girls are toppers, then there should be a greater number of girls in junior, middle, and senior positions in companies.

If girls are toppers, then we should see fewer girls and more boys in the role of homemakers. Let it be accepted that girls are now slowly coming forward to the top positions, but if we look at the gender ratio in the employees working in any company, then why is the number of female employees worth counting in fingers?

After all, where do these girls go after topping?

The form of society has become very positive in terms of teaching and writing to girls as compared to earlier, but still, there is huge discrimination in giving jobs to girls. Recently there were reports of NITI Aayog considering increasing the maternity leave for women from 6 months to 9 months. In such a situation, if an employed woman becomes a mother once, then this mentality confuses the employer that if she becomes pregnant during the job, she will immediately go on leave for 6 months, then how will the office work during this time? The reason is people think 10 times before hiring girls.

Think, if it is 6 to 9 months, then seeing women doing jobs will probably be a dream. It is a natural process to become yes if, during these six months, women go on leave, then either they are given less responsible work than before or they are freed from many responsibilities before going on leave and are given light work so that Less dependence on them. Gradually, women start lagging behind their male counterparts in terms of salary, team leadership, and promotion.

In the end what happens is that they are seen as second-class employees in the profession for which they have topped, struggled, for which they leave home and child. You get taunts from family members in the house, so apart from what kind of job are you doing that you leave the child or what happens with your meager salary?

The solution to this problem will have to be found by the management and HR of the companies so that the girls who beat the boys in school, college, and every other exam are seen at every level, they have equal participation in skilled and non-skilled jobs.

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Vasudha Bhatnagar May 25, 2023 at 7:20 pm

It’s absolutely correct… we change in modernisation form but not by views and soul, still lack of acceptance the truth…


    Studykeeda May 26, 2023 at 7:20 pm

    Thank you soo much for your valuable comments


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