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“Effectiveness of Day Care centers towards working mothers’ career growth and child development in Bangalore

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Dr. Elizabeth Chacko and Ms. Rashmi, R
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Abstract: 

The major changes in the Indian economy in 1991 have brought in vibrant and remarkable socio-economic changes. The flow of foreign direct investment into Indian economy has created enormous opportunities for Indian population and businesses. These significant changes i.e. growth and opportunities have resulted in Indian workforce having a greater impact on global business operations. Increasing work and educational opportunities have resulted in women entering the formal workforce thereby grab the opportunities. According to Hindu Business Line, dual income families are expected to rise by 2.5 million every year. Many of the women have to change roles to play like spouse, mothers or expect to be in the near future. Many companies have begun to study how an increased female workforce can affect their organizations and thus participate in diversity councils whose main focus is on gender inclusion these councils opined that female employees require additional childcare support to be successful. This led to the emergence of day care centres, crèches etc in most of the metropolitan cities. In this article, an attempt is made to understand and analyze the views and opinions of working mothers on childcare having children belonging to the age group of 02months – 6 years by daycare centres. This paper helps in identifying and understanding the effectiveness of working women. Primary and secondary data are collected with the help of the questionnaire, articles, case studies and various journals. The analysis of the study will be done using statistical tools. The scope of this article will be to Government bodies, Corporates, UNICEF, Family courts, HRD ministry, parents and day care centres. This paper also aims at identifying the various facilities to be provided by daycare centres. Suggestions will help them to improve the facilities to be provided for children at day care centres and thereby meet the expectations of working mothers.

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