The UN SDG 5 aspires to end all kinds of bigotry and abuse of women, although gender bias still exists in India. Most bank employees are men; few women hold senior positions in India's banking industry because of the country's early history of limiting chances for women to enter the profession. The solution to this is to hire women in leadership positions from international locations if the banking sector opens. The development of the banking industry in India relies on the best talent. The banking sector must open its position for multinational expatriates to maintain diversity and bring forth the inclusivity of a multi-talented global workforce. The concept of liberalization, privatization, and globalization in the Indian context is limited. Privatization and globalization can only be anticipated if they have a multicultural workforce within the country and globally.
Singha, Surjit and R., Sivarethinamohan
"Social Inclusion, Equality, Leadership, and Diversity to Attain Sustainable Development Goal 5 in the Indian Banking Industry,"
Journal of International Women's Studies: Vol. 23:
5, Article 9.
Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/jiws/vol23/iss5/9