With 2000 Plus Women, eMaester Becomes India’s First EdTech Start-up To Have A Full Women Workforce

eMaester has become India’s first certification program to have an all-women squad. With a focus on upskilling and teaching a skill that will be in high demand in the future, eMaester aims at providing employment opportunities to millions of previously employed and unemployed women in India offering a definite career path as a teacher within the comfort of their home.

According to data provided by NSSO and World Bank, fewer women are working now, and those who are, work long hours for low pay, data from India’s latest official employment survey show. India is amongst the top ten countries that have a low female labour participation rate, ranking just above Egypt.

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India’s female Labour Force Participation Rate (LFPR)—the share of working-age women who report either being employed or being available for work—has fallen to a historic low.

Source: India Education Diary

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