Rotary Club of Nagpur North recently organised a panel discussion on the struggle, sacrifice, support and success of working Indian women.
Women have evolved in every industry at every level. RCNN decided to talk about ‘behind the curtain’ scenes that every working woman walks through, before reaching to her work place. A lot of success comes at the cost of a woman’s health and happiness. Though a homemaker struggles with the daily household chores, she still decides to work for a fulfilling and respectful life.
All the panelists agreed that a woman needs support from the family members to balance the important aspects of her life. Good news is for second and third generation working woman, where the men in the house are trained to co-operate. While for the first generation working woman, they are ready to adapt.
Indian women constitute a sincere workforce but they are still not paid at par as their male counterparts. They are good co-workers and try to create a healthy working environment as they have less time leaks. Women are result oriented and focused on their work, meanwhile constantly juggling to strike a fictitious balance in their life.
Rotary Club of Nagpur, North is quite vigilant of social trends and often organises such activities to analyse the situations at ground level. The event was organised under the leadership of President Rtn. Jyotika Kapoor. The panel was a mix of Rotarians and Rotary Ann’s with diverse backgrounds, Rtn. Mahesh Gupta(General Manager, Nagpur Metro), R/Ann Shalini Arora(Activist and member (Aam Aadmi Party), R/Ann Jyoti Kriplani(Wellness coach), Rtn Girish Kotwani(Chartered Accountant) and Rtn. Dr. Suhana Madnani (Physiotherapist). The discussion was very well moderated by R/Ann Nidhi Rughwani who is a renowned counsellor and life strategist.
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