IRM: Why there are so few women CEOs in India
Reports also suggest that the percentage of women CEOs dropped to 2.4% in FY20 vs 4.1% in FY16.
New Delhi: A recent study by executive research firm EMA Partners found that in FY20 only six of the top 250 companies CEO are women, out of which, three are founders or belong to the family of promoters. According to the global general gap report 2021, it is going to take about 100 years to achieve gender equality based on the current rate of progress.
Reports also suggest that the percentage of women CEOs dropped to 2.4% in FY20 vs 4.1% in FY16. In this segment of India Revival Mission Council, ET Now discussed the role played by women in business and huge companies.
The Indian Revival Mission had Kranti Gada, COO – Shemaroo Entertainment Ltd, Niranjan Hiranandani, Co-Founder, and Managing Director, Hiranandani Group, Naina Lal Kidwai, Past President FICCI & Chairman, Advent India Advisory Board and Sanjeev Kapoor, Former COO SpiceJet on the panel to share their views and insights over women’s equality and their role in business management.
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