Women Empowerment

Women Empowerment itself tells that Social Rights, Political Rights, Economic stability, judicial strength, and all other rights should be also equal to women. There should be no discrimination between men and woman. Women should now there fundamental and social rights that they get once they born.

There is no denying the fact that women in India have made considerable progress in almost seven decades of Independence, but they still have to struggle against many handicaps and social evils in the male-dominated society. The mentality of the society still prevails in the modern Indian society that resists the forward march of its womenfolks. It is ironical that a country, which has recently acclaimed the status of the first Asian country to accomplish its Mars mission in the maiden attempt, is positioned at the 29th rank among 146 countries across the globe on the basis of Gender Inequality Index. There has been an act of making the position of women better in society, but their true empowerment is still awaited.

Swami Vivekananda, one of the greatest sons of India, quoted that, “There is no chance for the welfare of the world unless the condition of women is improved, It is not possible for a bird to fly on a single wing. Thus, in order to achieve the status of a developed country, India needs to transform its large/great women force into an effective human resource and this is possible only through the empowerment of women.

Empowering women to participate fully in economic life across all sectors is essential to building stronger economic bondings with the world, achieve internationally agreed goals for development and sustainability, and improve the quality of life for women, their  families, and communities

Rights: A woman is a human being with thoughts, ideas with a stronger mind, they should be given the power to express it freely in front of the world. Individual empowerment means to have the self-confidence of speaking fluently and clearly and assert the power to negotiate and decide.

Social Women Empowerment A critical aspect of the social empowerment of women is the promotion of gender equality. Gender equality implies a society in which both men and women are given Equal rights to live their lives happily without any disruptions.

Educational Women Empowerment   means empowering women with the knowledge, skills, and self-confidence necessary to participate fully in the development process. It means making women aware of their rights and developing the confidence to claim them.

Economic and occupational empowerment  means that a woman’s life is self-sustainable, and by helping them. so that they can’t rely on their male counterparts.

Legal Women Empowerment means that women are given full power to do things by the government and are given full support in every aspect and in fields in which they go by providing them opportunities and helping a nation to get developed on a distinctly large scale.

Political Women Empowerment means that the existence of a political system favoring the participation in and control by the women of the political decision-making process and in governance.