International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 2, Issue 7, Part B (2016)
Indian women migration: An age of movement towards Gulf
From past many years, the worldwide migration of Indian population was monitored which referred as Indian Diaspora. There were many reasons behind this migration and the most specific reason was work/job and money. This Indian Diaspora migration is divided into various categories and they are: unskilled, semi-skilled and skilled workers. Skilled category leads to sub category and i.e. highly skilled workers. From last three decades, migrations grab attention of all the researchers as the flows is very high with visual outputs and effects. No wonder, this affected many states of India in terms of economy, sociality and serenity. Its beginning was recorded in 1900s which is heading till date. Many literatures stated that migration took a dramatic change during oil boom in 1970s. This oil boom in Gulf transformed the Indian Diaspora status, slowly. The migration towards Gulf played major role in terms of remittances and independence. This inspired Indian government and host country government to criticise their migration and initiate new policies for their better immigration /emigration. In this paper, the author discussed women/nurses migration in between 1970s to 1990s, their inclination towards Gulf made several modifications that effected Indian diaspora. This revolutionary migration has affected Indian social and economic status so in depth. Additionally, this migration has changed the actual status of women’s crawled from their ancient time.
How to cite this article:
Bhawna Kalani. Indian women migration: An age of movement towards Gulf. International Journal of Applied Research. 2016; 2(7): 108-111.