The Indian women have cast of their age old shackles of serfdom and male domination. She has come to her own and started scaling the ladders of social advance with proud and dignity. Women of India are now uplifted and emancipated and granted equal status with men in all walks of life-political, social, domestic and educational. They have a franchise, they are free to join any service or follow any profession. Free India has, besides her woman prime minister, women ambassadors, women cabinet ministers, women legislators, women governors, women scientists, engineers-doctors-space researchers-giant IT specialists, women Generals, women public officers, judiciary officers and in many more responsible positions. No distinction is now made in matters of education between boys and girls. Their voice is now as forceful and important as that of men. They are becoming equal partners in making or dismissing of a government.Not-withstanding the remarkable changes in the position of women in free India, there is still a great divergence between the constitutional position and stark reality of deprivation and degradation.
Dr Ramnik Kaur,has completed her Doctorates (PhD) on the topic of Role of e-Governance in Deliverance of Public e-Services in Chandigarh,from the Department of Public Administration,Punjabi University,Patiala,Punjab within a short period of time.Has published five research papers.Has presented five papers in National and International conferences.