These bright girls have big aspirations. They want to build careers in science and technology. They want to build their own identity and certainly have the will power to make it happen. Watch how IBM is helping shape their dreams into reality.
“From a young age, we need to show girls that it’s okay to be confident and self-assured. Research shows that there is a self-efficiency gap, with women underrating themselves on technical and digital leadership skills, which is why it’s so essential that girls in STEM have the confidence to believe in themselves.”
CEO & Chairman, IBM Asia Pacific
STEM careers offer
of the scientists, engineers, and technologists in India. Global average is 28.4%.
Perception among girls that boys are suited for STEM,
despite being motivated to study
AI, Automation and Robotics, will further
*AISHE Report 2017-18,
MHRD Studies / Data (2014-15)