Showing posts with label working women. Show all posts
Showing posts with label working women. Show all posts

Thursday, November 1, 2018

140th (Oct 2018) edition of ezine PreSense: Editorial on Why Judiciary under criticism + Cover Story on #MeToo + Traditional Newspapers + Interesting facts about Sun + Workshop for NextGen leaders + many more

Editorial Team of eMagazine PreSense is pleased to release the 140th (October 2018) edition of eMagazine PreSense broadly with the following contents:

1.  Editorial: Prime Point Srinivasan examines the reasons behind the criticisms against Indian  Judiciary  for their latest judgements.
2. Cover Story : Sukruti Narayanan writes on the impact of #MeToo movement globally and in India.
3. Nation:  V Rajendran writes on the the preference of traditional media in India.
4. Astronomy : Dr R jagannathan writes on the interesting facts about Sun.
5. Politics : Prime Point Srinivasan writes on the workshop conducted by your eMagazine PreSense and Sansad Ratna Awards Committee to the NextGen Political leaders.
6. Triambak's usual Prince cartoon.
and many more

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Monday, September 1, 2008

August 2008 - Challenges faced by working women

August 2008 issue of Corporate ezine PR-e-Sense focusses on the various challenges faced by working women and the tips to overcome these challenges.

Online Survey
To study the various problems, we conducted an online survey and identified some major issues. Then we also validated our observations with professional experts.

One of the major observations made by us was that working women find difficulty in 'work balance' between family and office. This also affects their health.

There is a general perception amongst the female members that they prefer male bosses to female bosses. We are also analysing as to why such perception gets developed.

In this issue we also carry the symptions and remedies for Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) suffered by working women. Every page of this issue brings you new information. You may download the ezine from

Podcast - Success story of a young entreprenuer
Please also listen to the podcast of Ms Prathibha Sastry, Editor and Publisher of 'South Movie Scenes' and winner of 'Young Screen Entreprenuer Award 2008' from British Council from the following link.

An interview with Clinical Psychologist on women issues

Please also listen to the podcast of Dr Sangeetha Madhu, Clinical Pshychologist and Consultant on the various challenges faced by women. She also gives solutions for overcoming such problems.

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