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Indian Example I will take India as an example for a micro-level study. Science and technology in India has been reported to witness expansion in the post-Independence era. The enrollment pattern in Indian universities for the year 1941–42 shows Gender Imbalance in Science 29 the total number of girls enrolled for undergraduate course in science is 903 in comparison to 11,217 boys. Only 83 girls were enrolled for a postgraduate course in science in contrast to 1,321 boys. While in medicine their number was 778 against 6,093 boys, in engineering only one was enrolled along with 2,718 boys (Sundaram, 1946).

14 The Stanford study seeks to understand hiring and retention practices involving couples at leading US research universities. Th is study will culminate in policy recommendations aimed at helping universities recruit and retain top faculty, including women, to leading faculty and administrative positions. Restructuring university practices will help transform the way universities do business and grow academic cultures where women, too, can flourish. Gender in the Results of Science Many people are willing to concede that women have not been given a fair chance and the social attitudes and scientific institutions need to be reformed.

4 Enrollment of Girls as Percentage of Total enrolment in University Education by Discipline Source: UGC, Annual Report (various years). Professional areas of engineering and technology still witness a severe imbalance and women’s participation which has been limited and confi ned to junior positions as far as science careers is concerned. 6 Traditionally too, women in India have been members of a stratified society, characterised by the ideology and practice of inequality. 5. Segregation is a fundamental process in social inequality.

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