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Purpose: The major purpose is to access perceptions, examine relationship, and identify the impact of socio-cultural factors on women's career development in Nepalese government agencies.
Design/Methodology/Approach: The study included both qualitative and quantitative methods, and 22 government agencies were chosen for the study using a simple random sampling technique. Mean and standard deviation were used to analyze women's perceptions, the correlation was used to study the relationship between socio-cultural elements and career growth, and multiple regression was performed to identify the impact of dependent and independent variables.
Findings/Result: The majority of respondent’s belief that social factors play vital role to impact women career development when it comes to comparing with cultural factors. Studies show that there is a significant relationship between social and career development as well as culture and career development. Both social and culture factors have a considerable combined impact on career development.
Originality/Value: This research will be useful to the Nepalese government and policymakers for motivating and directing women at the highest levels of government agencies. This work may potentially be useful to other researchers.
Paper Type: Research paper
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