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Higher Education in India: Women Employment, Why So Few Among So Many?

Author(s) : Dr. MOHD AZHAR UD DIN MALIK* and Dr. HASINA JABEEN

Publisher : FOREX Publication

Published : 10 August 2018

e-ISSN :2347-4696

Page(s) : 79-84




Dr. MOHD AZHAR UD DIN MALIK*, (M. A Eco, B.Ed., JKSET,M.PSET,Ph.D) LECTURER HIGHER EDUCATION (J&K); Email: mlkazhar40@gmail.com

Dr. HASINA JABEEN, (M.A Eng., B.Ed., M.Ed. M.Phil., Ph.D.) ASSISTANT PROFESSOR MANNU REGIONAL CENTURE SRINAGAR (J&K); Email: hasinaj24@gmail.com

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Dr. MOHD AZHAR UD DIN MALIK and Dr. HASINA JABEEN (2018), Higher Education in India: Women Employment, Why So Few Among So Many? . IJBMR 6(3), 79-84. DOI: 10.37391/IJBMR.060301.