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Role of Women in 21st Century

Author Affiliations

  • 1Govt. D.B.P.G. Girls College, Govt.GNA P.G. College, Raipur, Bhatapara, INDIA
  • 2Govt. D.B.P.G. Girls College, Govt.GNA P.G. College, Raipur, Bhatapara, INDIA

Res. J. Family, Community and Consumer Sci., Volume 1, Issue (2), Pages 14-17, April,27 (2013)


21st Century is an era of Science and technology. In the field of science and technology we can see constant growth. There is advancement in every field. We have developed advanced missiles, nuclear power, machines and techniques. The role of women has also changed in the 21st century. They are no more restricted to cooking, washing clothes, doing household works and looking after their children and family. Today women is leading in every field and society whether it be sports, commerce and industry, education, health, politics, technology, navy, army, agriculture. Due to advancement in the field of science and technology and the active involvement of women in it we have been able to overcome the evils of our society which were prevalent in our religion, caste and territory and were danger for the world's peace. Now people are making maximum utilization of available resources for their well beings and for the generations to come. We are now a developing country in which women is self dependent, good manager and is making a balance between his family responsibilities and outside world and has become an earning member of the family and a responsible citizen of the society.


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