Mariam Mammen Mathew rued the lower number of women in the field of science and technology.
Seventy one per cent of urban Indians are confident there will be pay parity for women (paid the same as men for the same work) in 2020
In 2018 and 2017, India ranked 108th in the gender gap index.
It also revealed that of the total prescribed amount of Rs 23,247.90 crore to be spent by the mandated companies on CSR, only 57 per cent has been spent.
Preventing unfair treatment of individuals on the basis of race, gender or ethnicity, for example, has been a long-standing concern of civilised societies.
About 80 per cent of respondents said they were more likely to report misbehaviour in the wake of last year's public offences.
Indian women, especially those working in precarious informal sectors, are at the sharp end of what economists and opposition politicians describe as a jobs crisis.
According to a report in Forbes, men in this category were paid extra compensation to make reparations for the gender bias against them.
According to the notice, it was forbidden to ask about the marital or fertility status of women candidates during interviews.
Most female athletes still earn a fraction of their male counterparts.