EMPOWERING WOMEN VIA EDUCATION AND GENDER BUDGET

Mr. Shaikh Matin Shaikh Husen

Abstract


It is more important for a true empowerment of women is her equal participation in a mode of production i.e. the economy. This is one area which has not been given required importance at least in India. Women can never be liberated in the absence of a system of Education which gives her an equal opportunity to make her best and realize her ambitions. The common image of women as a dependent' on the charity of man and society with kicks and kisses syndrome is the most unfortunate thing to prevail in the country.


Keywords


Women Empowerment, Women Education, Gender Budget

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