EDUCATION TO WOMEN IN INDIA: EMPOWERMENT OF A MARGINALISED SECTION IN THE COUNTRY

Dr. Suman Buwa

Abstract


Everyday news and events of exploitation of women in various forms around us clearly encourage our consensus that women continues to be the victims of marginalisation and discrimination in some or other ways. Despite the fact that there have been spreading awareness and measures to empower women, they are being marginalised in terms of education, job opportunities and health facilities in many parts of the country. They have been the victims of social ills. And thus it attracts our attention towards the vacuum present in their development. This secondary and inferior treatment given to them contradicts the Constitutional provision of treatment of equality to all. In present times where India as a country is emerging as one of the fastest developing country in global scenario, the contribution of the country’s half population cannot be overlooked from the national development perspective. In Indian landscape, women; with minor difference in sex ratio, being equal portion of the country’s total populace itself take shape of a community. Though not all, majority of them are in need of their empowerment for the development of their community as a whole. 


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