• Dr .M. Padmavathi Assistant Professor, Department of Women’s Studies, Sri Padmavati Mahila Visvidyalam, Chittoor district, Tirupati


Women’s Empowerment, Female Literacy rate


Women Education is an essential need to change their status in the Society and also Empowerment intellectually. Women Education in India has been a most important preoccupation of both administrative and civil society because educated women can play a very important role in the society for socio-economic development, besides political and legal.  It is one of the opportunities for women empowerment because it enables them to response to the challenges; to confront their traditional role and change their life-style.  Education eliminates inequalities and disparities as the means of recovering their status with in and out of their families.  The Present Study reveals how the women empowered through Education and its basic need to their family and the Society.


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How to Cite

Dr .M. Padmavathi. (2016). EDUCATION IMPACTS ON WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 2(6). Retrieved from