Women`s Employment under British Rule

Women’s employment under British rule has largely remained hidden from history. There are hardly any books or memoirs that provide detailed information on the kind of work that woman were employed in under British rule. However, a broad analysis of the subject does throw some light on women’s employment in colonial India. In 1921 over thirty-nine million women or one-third of the female population were in the workforce. However, very few of these women were professionals. To know more read:




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