India’s Unique Portal Assuring Empowerment of Indian Women through Work-from-Home Jobs, Skills and Entrepreneurship.

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While we see today Indian women being engaged in various aspects of economic development through education, media, art and culture, sports, politics, services, and science and technology, at the same time, we cannot deny the fact that women are still being victimized, humiliated, and exploited. The deep-rooted patriarchal mentality in the society still remains. Fifty percent of our country’s population is women. Indian women, directly or indirectly, make a contribution to the economic parameters of the nation. However, since time immemorial, most of the contributions of Indian women to the economy have not been accounted for and their humble and self-less services have always been taken for granted. And there are many women, who for some reasons or the other are not financially independent, in spite of being educated or skillful. That is the reason, we talk of women empowerment.

Introducing GharSeNaukri.com: One Stop Career Portal Only for Women

Considering the need to recognize the role of women  fraternity in the country’s growth prospects and to involve the rural educated and un-educated females in the growth process along with the urban females, a unique job portal GharSeNaukri.com was launched in the year 2014. This is a job portal with the objective of giving jobs only to women, which they can do comfortably at home as per their convenience. In 3-years time, the GSN portal has earned the distinction of being one of the most promising job portals for women in 2017.

Introducing WomenInBusiness.in: An Extended Initiative of GSN to Make Every Woman an Entrepreneur

Considering the fact that in rural and remote areas of the country where cultural bias, mobility restrictions, security, time limitations, lack of awareness often prevent women from taking their rightful place in the workforce, WomenInBusiness.in, a subsidiary concern of GSN, was launched in 2016. This platform was launched with the sole intention of tapping the hidden or inherent skills of Indian women, especially of the rural and town areas in a proper way. All women besides being experts at household duties are also skilled in something or the other, be it stitching, tailoring, knitting, painting, cooking, craft making, baking, pottery making and so on. But, these women do not get any chance to display their skills. It was with this intention, WIB was launched where women with any skill or hobby can showcase their talent, get a market place to display their products, sell and earn income for the family.

Both the portals are different from the rest…

A number of start-ups has joined in the bandwagon of providing jobs for women but GSN is different. While there are many job portals focussing on women employment for regular 9 to 5 jobs, and are more urban-centric focussing on urban educated women, GSN is the only portal which focuses on work-from-home jobs for women, providing jobs that women anywhere in India can do comfortably from home as per their convenience. This is a job portal designed exclusively for women. You offer jobs to those women who are not working at present, be they in urban cities or rural villages.

Both GSN and WIB plan to tap the skills of rural and urban Indian women, who may or may not be highly qualified and experienced and get them engaged in small jobs which they are comfortable with. WIB is the world’s first platform which empowers every woman having any skills. It’s the platform wherein every woman can be a business woman. Both the portals provide women with a means of earning a living, even if they are otherwise excluded from the traditional formal markets. The main objective of both the portals is to make all women empowered in the real sense.

Online Training Programs for Women

A woman being empowered means she knows the purpose of her life which she can cultivate all of herself and be responsible for her own happiness and choices. The main way to get more and more women be self-independent is to give them education, train them, give them a chance to unleash their skills, give them wonderful job opportunities, help them to earn and make them empowered. Considering the need for training and skill development, GharSeNaukri.com has also under its ambit  “Online Training Programs” for Women members. Be it digital marketing, online tutoring, entrepreneurship, fundamentals development, GSN offers online training modules for women to upgrade themselves and get jobs of their choice.

To sum up

In the coming years, the role of women in the growth of society will be of immense importance. While the number of modern educated and financially sound women is increasing, we also need to increase the number of women from the rural areas to be financially independent and empowered. The team of GSN and WIB aims to focus not only on urban non-working women but also women from even the remotest locations of our country. The mission is to make every woman empowered, in any phases and walks of life and in any parts of India.

Ajat Shatru, an industrial expert and a hardcore young enthusiastic professional, the CEO and Founder of GSN and WIB says, “We have a broad plan to go and touch lives of millions of women based out of different cities and villages not only in India, but also in the neighbouring countries. We have a short, mid and long term plans to achieve our goals. While our short term plan is to target all the major cities of India while making various jobs and entrepreneurship opportunities available to women, the long term plan is to support women sitting even at remotest locations across the globe.”

A Day in the Life of a Working Mom: Challenges Faced By Working Moms at Home and Office

There is no denying the fact Indian mothers have to fight challenges every day and when you are a working mom, your challenges are doubled, be it at home or at workplace. You might be in a high-profile position in a corporate firm but once you reach home, you are a mother and a wife and you are the person who is responsible for everything in the house. And how can you forget the expectations from you from your in-laws, your parents and extended family?

Cut to the past

Let’s first remember those days when you are not a mother but married and enjoying your work-life with dreams to rise up the corporate ladder. You have time for yourself …getting up in morning, enjoying your cup of tea, reading the morning news paper and then getting ready for going to work. You have time to reach office on time or maybe early. You have time to stay back at office for extra work. You have time to go for office tours. You have time to go for office parties. Once you are back home, if you do not feel like cooking, you order immediately from outside or both of you go out for dinner. In short, you are a working woman, with not much of obligations right now and enjoying your professional life.

Cut to the present

Now, let’s visualise your present situation. You are now a working mom. You have now your office and your baby/kid/young children to manage. Many of us face some frustrating situations as working moms at home and work.

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A day in the life of a working mom: The hurdles…

Your morning haphazard schedule

You have to get up early now. You have to keep everything ready for your baby, right from clothes, milk to food and diapers. You do not get up fresh and energetic as your baby did not allow you to have a proper sleep. If you have small kids, you have to pack their tiffin, get them ready and see them off at the school bus top. In today’s modern day, most women are lucky to get husbands who help them in their work. If your husband is cooperative, you are lucky. If not, you have to think about his lunch too. And now it’s your time for you to get ready…and you are running few minutes late. You just manage to get yourself ready and reach office dot on time or slightly late.

Your time in office

You get yourself a coffee, open your laptop and check your mails. But your mind is already hovering with lots of thoughts and tasks. “Has the maid arrived? How is the baby? Has he taken his milk? What is the nanny doing? Is the baby crying?” When you have a grown up kid, you have other worries. “Oh, today he has his Maths paper. Hope he is being able to do it. Oh, I have his history project to complete. Let me Google search here. I forgot to remind his science teacher about the assignment”. Plus, you have to think about your kitchen front too. “I hope my hubby dear do not forget to bring the grocery. Otherwise, I have to go to the superstore today. Let me call him and remind him”.

Mind it, you are not in your home, you are in your office. And just then, your boss calls you. “Oh Shit! I forgot to make the project report. Sir, please give me 30 minutes, I will just be there in your cabin”. You prepare a fresh project and hurriedly rush to your boss cabin.

Don’t you all face such situations when you are a working mom? Your priorities change and you are now more concerned about your baby and home…

Time to leave your office

It will be 5.30 pm very soon. You are looking at your watch…the moment it strikes 5.30 pm, you just need to sign off. Forget bonus, extra hours or giving an impression to your boss by working back late. Your nanny leaves at 6.30 pm and you have to reach home before she leaves. And then if you have a grown up kid, you have to take him for his tuitions or for his sports coaching, you have to take your daughter to her dance class. What about the home-works, tests, presentations, projects? And in between, there are the PTMs and birthday parties. You cannot ignore them too. You head back home for your extra duties now. Your career gets a backseat now.

Reach home as soon as possible

You reach home, you keep your office bag, wash your hands and face and cuddle your baby. The moment you arrive, the baby will be with you all the time. Your kid will just be beside you now, following you everywhere. Your grown-up kid will discuss about his school’s work, you check his diary and prepare him for his test or homework. At the same time, you have to prepare the dinner. To make your work easier, you also try to keep everything ready for the next morning. And in between, if you have time, you will try to complete few of your office tasks…but this is under very rare cases that you actually get some time for yourself.

Again the next morning the same routine starts…

For working moms, with so many challenges in office, managing home and working front is not too easy but still they are doing it. Needless to say, a time comes, when Indian moms choose the welfare of their kids more and leave their jobs, no matter how lucrative they are. But, leaving job is not the solution.

If you are keen to give time to your family and kids, opt for exciting work-from-home options. Work and earn at the comforts of your home. No matter, how much you work for your kids, a time will come when your kids will leave your nest and build their own. So, it’s better to keep yourself connected to work. Enjoy both your work and home…

Sell Premium Brands from Home and Earn upto 10k Per Month

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All thanks to Wooplr.com…

Wooplr.com is built on the idea that shopping online is influenced not only by personal preferences but also by the recommendations of others. This is especially true for fashion products wherein you get influenced by what others are wearing; be it, someone, you know, a celebrity, or someone you admire. You always desire wearing something which is trendy and if this is recommended by someone you trust, it becomes all the more easy for you to buy. It is true that there are many of us who are born with an inner sense of fashion. Some of us do have a keen interest in styles, designs, and patterns. And Wooplr was created with the idea that you can just sit at home, sell the best products from the best brands and earn. Simple, quick, and easy. 

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How to Manage a Work-From-Home Job with a New-Born Baby?

You are a new mother. You are on a 6-month maternity leave which is almost over. But you have decided not to join back and instead you have opted for a work-from-home job. If you are lucky, your current organisation may support you and allow you to work-from-home. If not, there is nothing to lose hope. You can still do a flexible job from home, considering the fact that work-from-home opportunities are available now. Register on the portal GharSeNaukri.com

Apply for suitable work-from-home jobs that suit your requirement. Now that you have a job which you can do from home, the next big question is how to juggle between work and caring for a new born. Not to forget, there are other innumerable household chores at home too. No doubt, taking care of a new born is very exciting but at the same time it also drains your physical and emotional energy.

Let’s find out how a new mom can take care of her new-born baby along with her office work from home in an efficient manner.

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Some tips to manage work and household chores with a newborn:

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KYC Aadhaar Linking Mandatory: GSN Facilitates in Making the Linking Process Easier and Safer

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According to the government’s RBI mandate, all your key KYC documents and services need to be linked with your Aadhar number, failing of which, all these documents and services will be de-activated. The main services or documents that need to be linked with Aadhar card are as follows:

  • PANCard
  • Bank Account
  • Mutual Funds
  • Insurance policies
  • Post office schemes
  • Mobile phone

GharSeNaukri.com is into KYC verification

GharSeNaukri.com, in association with ADGIR (a leading risk management company based in Chennai), is providing here an excellent opportunity to our registered women members to help customers (shops and establishments who are using Smartshop and GetMyTrip products) in doing KYC through an App, thereby making the process easier for them.

An Excellent Opportunity for GSN Members to Earn Money

For KYC document uploaded through the App for each customer or shop, our women representatives will be able to earn money. ADGIR’s KYC App has been designed in such a manner that the women representatives of GSN can easily upload customer KYC data without compromising data with proper checks and validation, thus saving time, effort and cost.

Here, the customers will be relieved of the problem of visiting the main offices and submitting documents. At the same time, the tension of submitting the documents before the deadline will also be taken care of. In the meantime, our registered members will also be able to earn some extra money through this. Since the whole process is centralized and the information is stored digitally, there is 100% authenticity and reliability. The use of the App will also make the process easier for both our customers and our registered members.

This is not only an excellent part-time job opportunity for women to earn a good amount of money but also an opportunity to make the process easier for the customers.

If you are interested to avail this opportunity, kindly register at GharSeNaukri.com or send us your resume at anjali@gharsenaukri.com.

Tumhari Sulu: A Movie Which Many Indian Housewives Relate To

With the recent release of the movie “Tumhari Sulu” by writer-director Suresh Triveni, starring Vidya Balan, the good news is that after a very long time, Bollywood has come up with a movie that gives a positive interpretation of the role of housewives in Indian societies.

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Who is Sulu?

The movie revolves around Sulochona or Sulu, a typical Indian housewife, played very convincingly by Vidya Balan. She is a housewife leading a normal family life with her husband and a son. She belongs to a family where her sisters are educated and are bankers, while she herself is a class 12 pass out. She is contented as a housewife but at the same time she wants more and works towards achieving this.

A homemaker with lots of dreams in her eyes…

Tumahi Sulu is a story of a homemaker. Sulu has lots of dreams and aspirations in life. She has many entrepreneurial ideas with her. She manages her household chores efficiently. She stays positive. She is a go-getter. So whenever she gets an opportunity to participate somewhere there is a prize involved, she wholeheartedly participates in it, be it a singing competition or a lemon race or anything else. She gets a sense of satisfaction when she gets a pressure cooker or a TV as the prize. There is something positivity in her role as a housewife.

If given a chance, she wants to work even if she is not educated…

So when she got the offer of a RJ for a late night-show where she needs to respond to her late night listeners’ requests and problems in a very sexy voice, she very willingly accepts the offer. She is not a trained RJ but she did not hesitate to do the job because she has that urge to do something. And yes, she is lucky to have a very supportive boss, played by Neha Dhupia.

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A point comes when managing home and work becomes a problem for her…

But as ill-luck would have it, like many working women in the country, she also has to go through the problems of maintaining both home and job. She also gets blamed for neglecting her family. Her family members criticise her. A point comes to her life when she makes up her mind to resign from her RJ job…

But she does not give up…

Her “never to die” approach in life, her entrepreneurial dreams come to her rescue and she sets up her husband’s food delivery business in the RJ office itself.  And she herself continues with her job as an RJ.

Isn’t this something which many Indian women relate to?

Yes, after a long time, there is a movie which is an ode to Indian homemakers. There are many housewives who remain happy with their mundane lifestyles but there are many who are just like Sulu. Sulu is not a timid or a shy housewife. She is different…she is jovial, enterprising, enthusiasts, spirited, positive, and competitive. She wants to do something in life for herself and for her family. She is the modern Indian housewife, who remains happy as a housewife but when the need arises to work outside for herself or for her family, she can work outside too, maintaining both home and work.

 

 

How to Restart Your Second Career

Career break is very common in today’s professional lives. There are many reasons when a professional woman takes a break: maybe for marriage or pregnancy and motherhood, maybe for a better career jump or to take up higher studies or for family obligations and so on. Whatever maybe the reasons, it becomes difficult to restart a career all over again, unless and until it is a maternity break and you join back your previous office. But what about those women who take a break for a longer period of time, getting out of touch with work, work hours and office environment? While many women prefer to have a second career, they are in dilemma as to how to go about it. And this time they want ‘convenient’ working hours, better work-life balance, better career options and support systems.

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The following article will give you some tips on how to start your second career.

DECIDE: The first essential tip is to DECIDE whether you really want to restart your career or not. This is not something that you have to be forced upon. This is something that should come from within. Your inner-self should bring you the urge to work again. You should be mentally and physically prepared to start all over again.

WHAT TO DO NEXT: The next big question is what to do? Are you willing to continue with the same work profile or you want some change? Do you want work as a regular employee from 9 to 6 or you want to work-from-home? Do you want part-time jobs, flexi jobs or permanent jobs? You have to decide on these factors before starting on your second career.

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REVIEW & RESEARCH: Check out the trends in the job market. Research thoroughly. Since you are on a career break, there are many changes that have taken place in the job market. Know your skills and see what opportunities are available. There will be always a still competition for career re-starters.

UPGRADE YOUR PROFESSIONAL SKILLS: This is very essential. Identify your skill gap. The more you upgrade your skill, the better it is for you to restart your career. This can be an additional qualification or learning a new software skill or digital marketing or up-gradation of your previous skill.

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UPDATE YOUR RESUME: Once you have up-graded your skill and you are 100% sure of working once again, update your resume now. Add your new skills. If possible, get your resume rewritten by a professional resume writer. Create your job profile and upload the new resume in various job portals. Now search for job opportunities to suit your qualifications, experience and skills.

Register on the site GharSeNaukri,com for exciting work-from-home opportunities?

NETWORKING: Get in touch with your ex-colleagues and ask them to help you out. Networking is very essential in today’s age. It is always better to connect and reconnect.

PREPARE YOURSELF FOR THE INTERVIEW: Now that you have started applying for jobs, you can expect interview calls. Be prepared for the interview. Be confident while facing the interview board. Make sure you can very well speak about the new learnings and skills taken during your break.

 

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What Should be the Salary of a Homemaker?

When Manushi Chillar was asked her final question in Miss World 2017 pageant on “which should be the highest paid profession in the world?, ” she very confidently replied that a “Mother should deserve the most highest salary in the world, in terms of love, respect and happiness”.

Yes indeed, a mother’s job is the most thankless job in the world. She works for long hours, she does not get a leave from her job, her mind, hands and feet are always on the run for her family but at the end of the day, she gets NOTHING, not even a THANKYOU from whom she has been working. Yes, it’s a fact… the household chores done by women are not considered as works and they are not paid as well.

In a study undertaken by The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), it was reported that the average Indian women spent nearly 6 hours in a day doing works that are unpaid. But, when we come to consider the household tasks from economical point of view, economists are of opinion that the homemakers’ household tasks are part of economic activities and should be included in the national income. By not giving salary to home makers, the women’s contribution to the economy has been neglected.

What are her tasks?

In her everyday life, her tasks more or less include the following:

  • Taking care of the kids: For nearly 12-14 hours a day a mother has to take care of her kids.
  • Cooking: Her cooking is not subjected to just one dish. She prepares dishes taking into account the tastes and preferences of each one in the family.
  • Housekeeping: She has to supervise the household tasks done by maids and servants in the house like dusting, cleaning, sweeping, mopping, laundering etc. Incase, if they are on leave, she has to handle all these tasks on her own.
  • Nursing for Elderly: Attending to in-laws or elder members in the family is part and parcel of a homemaker’s duty.
  • Tutoring: A mother also has to teach her kids, help them in their homework and projects.
  • Budgeting and Accounting: No matter how much the man earns, the ultimate finance planning can be done better only by the woman of the house. She has to keep a record of the expenses, purchases and including allocating funds to others.
  • Driving: Pick and drop the kids from school, tuitions, getting household stuff from market and so on.

Isn’t she a multi tasker? The big question: What should be the salary of a home maker?

In 2012, the then Women and Child Development minister Krishna Tirath had suggested that the household labour, which is usually invisible, done by homemakers should be measured, quantified and the equivalent amount should be paid to them by their husbands.

According to a news report published in the Economic Times and the Times of India, the value of a mother’s work in a month in monetary terms is given below:

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Not only the home makers, even the working women have to perform the same tasks once they come back home after a grueling day at work. Indira Nooyi, President of Pepsico, once said in an interview, that when she came back home after becoming the president of PepsiCo, her mother said, “…when you enter this house, you’re the wife, you’re the daughter, you’re the daughter-in-law, you’re the mother. You’re all of that. Nobody else can take that place. So leave that damned crown in the garage. And don’t bring it into the house”…

So, there is still a long way to go when mothers will get their salaries for the works they do. In the meantime, it’s time for women to empower themselves on their own and be financially independent. Get registered at GharSeNaukri.com and apply for work- from-home jobs, to work and earn at the comforts of your home.

What To Do When You Are On A Career Break?

Top 9 Exciting Things To Do

You are in that professional phase of your life when you feel that your job is dragging you, your job has become monotonous for you, and no longer exciting as earlier. What to do next? Either you change your job or you take a career break. Although taking a career break is not a very easy decision, yet for those who have already made up their mind, there are many ways by which you can make the best use of this break and make it more fruitful and enjoyable.

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Top 9 Exciting Things to do When You are on a Career Break

  1. Do not regret: First of all, you should never regret your decision. Not many people can think of a career break. So you must consider yourself lucky to be able to make this decision, taking in mind your finances, family relationships and of course your inner self. But, always remember to be able to use the time in an appropriate manner, instead of letting it pass by just like any other day.
  2. Rekindle your interest, passion and hobby: Do you have any childhood passion? It can be anything: sports, music, acting, singing, dancing, teaching, cooking, crocheting, painting, tailoring and many more. This is the time, you can go back to your hobbies and infact you can also attend classes related to your interest. It is said that when you fulfil your passion or hobby, it makes you a complete person. This also helps you in your job when you join back because it shows your inherent desire to try, learn and relearn something that you are passionate about.
  3. Travel around the globe: There is nothing like getting a good chance to travel around the world. Imagine, you don’t have to apply for leave, you can travel whenever you want to as per your convenience without thinking about work, and you can even travel during off-season time. Make use of this break to travel to some of the exciting places that you have in your mind. Explore new places, new food, new culture, language and many more exciting things.
  4. Be adventurous: Try out new things that you had never tried in your life so far. May be you can try adventurous sports like bungee jumping or paragliding, or maybe you can try trekking or rafting. The idea is to challenge something that you are not comfortable with it. Otherwise, you might end up spending your career break period doing nothing and just lazing around.
  5. Upgrade your skills: The career break time period is the best time to review at your current skills, career aspirations, and new developments in the job market. You can undergo training to learn a new programming language or to design a new software or take up a new course of study. But, whenever you take up a new training program or course, make sure you get the training from a reliable source, who gives you certification of the same at the end of the program. There are many online training programs  offered by GharSeNaukri.com that you can avail yourself to learn at the comforts of your home.
  6. Work from home: There are many who take a career break, just for taking care of the kids or due to some family obligations. Under such circumstances, you may consider options to work from home. There are companies and specialised job portals like as www.gharsenaukri.com showcasing freelancing job opportunities, flexible jobs, part-time options, and project-based work. Register on the site to find the best possible fit with your requirements.
  7. Relax: While you have ample time for yourself during the career break, do not over exert yourself by indulging in lot many activities that interest you. Relax. Medicate. Do yoga. Exercise. Get yourself some ”ME” time just to relax yourself.
  8. Volunteer: Explore volunteering works. This will give you a chance to go out of your home for fixed hours and this can also help you to back into the work routine when you join back. Skill based volunteering works in NGOs helps you to keep yourself productive, sharpen your skills and also help you to contribute to a worthy cause.
  9. Consider entrepreneurship: Last but not the least, one best option for someone taking a career break to make it more worthwhile is to opt for entrepreneurship. Why not launch your own venture? This is not a very easy option but it is always better to take risk in life. You never know when such a risk taking decision gives you the best results. If you are good at any skill, convert it into a business idea. WomenInBusiness.in is a unique portal designed for women entrepreneurs of the country. Register on the site, display your product and wait for genuine queries. This online platform explores the world of opportunities for women having any.

 

Which Profession Deserves the Highest Salary and Why: Motherhood

She was asked “Which Profession Deserves the Highest Salary and Why?”

She answered, “I think a mother is of the highest respect. I don’t think it’s just about cash but love and respect she gives to someone. She is the biggest inspiration in my life. Mother should get the highest respect. All mothers sacrifice so much for their kids. So, I think it is the job of a mother that deserves the highest salary.

Yes, this answer did its magic and Manushi Chillar won the Miss World 2017 crown.manushi chillar

 

After 17 long years, India once again reclaimed its name in the world of Beauty Pageants. Manushi Chillar, the 20-year-old medical student from Haryana has made the country proud by winning the pivotal and prestigious “MISS WORLD” pageant, after Priyanka Chopra won the title in 2000. She has taken the mainstream media by storm not only by winning the title but also by giving emphasis on “Motherhood”.

Her answer also gives us a reason to ponder about “motherhood”, an unpaid labour. In India, for most women, motherhood is not just about giving birth to babies….motherhood is much more than that….

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As a mother, she gives birth and nurtures a baby, she looks after her entire family: her children, husband, parents, in-laws, she works from morning till night, cooking, cleaning, doing all household chores. And of-course, we also have modern Indian mothers who not only look after the home but also manage to work outside to earn for their family….

But, what does a mother gets in return? Her job is 24 hours round the clock…she carries out all physical and mental labour, she undergoes many sacrifices in her life bringing up her kids and looking after the family, she sweats and toils in making her kids stand tall on their feet, and she does not get any monetary recognition for it. Why? Because, she is a Mother and her work is always taken for granted.

In today’s age of women empowerment, it’s a mother who can make her daughters independent and self-reliant. If she encourages her daughter to move forward and follow her dreams, then nobody can stop her.

Manushi, you make us proud today. And thanks for giving us a chance to applaud the most noble profession in the world, and that is Motherhood.  Motherhood is indeed the most honest and noblest of all works without any remunerative benefit. But then a mother needs all love, care, respect and happiness in this world and that is her biggest remuneration.

With a deep salute to all Mothers and with the intention of making them empowered, we at GharSeNaukri.com has provided this online platform for women to work-from-home in jobs that suit them, which they can work at their convenient time without compromising their family errands and earn money by working from home. Register at GharSeNaukri.com today.