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ISSN Print: 2394-7500, ISSN Online: 2394-5869, CODEN: IJARPF

International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 2, Issue 3, Part F (2016)

Women research scholars career patterns – A study in Karnataka

Author(s)
Chandraprabha M Patgar, Dr. Narayan Datta Arundhekar
Abstract
The case of different professions there could be gradations among student scholars based on faculty, skills, and length of studentship as well as the social origin, which could provide insights into the social structure of an academic system dealing specifically with the student scholars. Hence, an attempt in made in this chapter to deal with the student status, employment status, financial resources, conception of research career, motivations to take to such a career, length student career, sources of financial support, extent of progress achieved in research, their achievement as student scholars, the schedule of-work, conditions of work on the one hand and, nature of guide ship, guide-scholar relationships, credentials and qualifications of the guide, the stresses and strains in guide-scholar relations, expectations of student from the guides, and willingness on the pails of guides to fulfill these expectations and the like in short, it is endeavored here to portray an intellectual and academic profile of the student scholars and ascertain the career aspects or aspects of their professional existence as the student scholars. These career patterns of research scholars are subsequently employed as explanatory variables MI the analysis of issues and challenges being faced by the student scholars.
Pages: 347-352  |  645 Views  15 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Chandraprabha M Patgar, Dr. Narayan Datta Arundhekar. Women research scholars career patterns – A study in Karnataka. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(3):347-352.
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