ENHANCING WOMEN EDUCATION IN INDIA: AN IMMENSE CHALLENGE TOWARDS EFFECTIVE HUMAN RIGHTS

Bablu Karan

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Education is considered as the only tool for the sustainable development of every society. Women are also a big part of the society. In India, women education has become a major milestone for their empowerment as educated women can also play a very important role inside as well as outside at the development of country. Women’s education is an educational initiative that has been embraced by our country. Today our nation is empowering women more and more to access quality education because women and girls’ education is essential not only to promoting gender equality but also to addressing the full spectrum of 21st century challenges. Since its Independence, India has been developing women education by implementing new policies, programs, schemes and recommendations in favor of them for having access quality education. Women have also been improving their education but it is not sufficient for the needs of the nation and not as equal as men developing. But, in spites of having such new policies and programs, women of our country remain far behind from men in the field of education. This paper is conducted by details study, observation and survey following a variety of recently published articles, researches, data related to education, Government reports, women’s rights and gender inequality to finding out   a number of common challenges, issues, problems and barriers which are preventing women in accessing quality education. This paper also highlights some very simple and unique strategies, methods, techniques and solutions to provide quality education for women as an indicator of effective human rights.

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