Women are being more conscious about their health, education, career, job and responsibilities towards family, society and country. Various mass campaigns need to be organized in the backward rural areas to make them aware about the real values of women and all the facilities available by the government for their bright future. This essay throws light upon the different challenges that are faced by Indian. They are the victims who have face violence and abuse in the male dominated country.
In the ancient Indian society, there was a custom of sati pratha, nagar vadhu system, dowry system, sexual violence, domestic violence, female infanticide, parda pratha, wife burning, sexual harassment at work place, child marriage, child labour, devadashi pratha, etc including other discriminatory practices. Women Empowerment means promoting women in their social and economic development, providing them equal opportunities of employment, education, economical development and allowing them to socialize; the freedoms and rights that were denied before.
There is a high level of gender inequality in India where women are ill treated by their family members and outsiders. Furthermore, it empowers women to make choices that can improve their welfare, including marrying beyond childhood and having fewer children.
A large effort has been made to include women in schools to better their education. The second prize will receive CHF and the third. Women are given a top place in India from the ancient time however they were not given empowerment to participate in all areas. It needs women to be strong physically, mentally and socially. Low education rate among women have kept them away from main workforce, resulting in their social and economical deterioration. They were kept totally unaware of their rights and own development.
Indian women had been President, Prime ministers, civil servants, doctors, lawyers etc, but still a good majority of them needs help and support. The main problem is that it is difficult to measure, but some experts say that the possibility of having a baby can be enough for employers to push women back from their line.
The scheme provides a universal emergency number across the country for women in distress. Why Do We Need Women Empowerment in India As we all know that India is a male dominated country where males are dominated in every area and females are forced to be responsible for only family care and live in the home including other many restrictions.
Gender-related barriers involve sexual harassment, unfair hiring practices, career progression, and unequal pay where women are paid less than men are for performing the same job. They Women of color are faced with more disadvantages in the work place. Women have been given a special place in every religion which is working as a big curtain covering the eyes of people and help in the continuation of many ill practices including physical and mental against women as a norm since ages. Women living under such conditions become accustomed to being inferior to men and are unable to change their present social and economical state. I measure the progress of a community by the degree of progress which women have. It needs the empowerment of the rest half population of the country in every walk of life.
It aims for changing the mindset of people towards a girl, by providing financial support and also by strict enforcement of laws and acts. Popular methods that have been suggested are to create affirmative action policies that have a quota for the number of women in policy making and parliament positions.
According to the Global Gender Gap Index, India needs to take some advance steps to improve the women position in the society through the proper health, higher education and economic participation. However, penning a Twitter essay early Sunday morning to express.
However, penning a Twitter essay early Sunday morning to express. It needs the empowerment of the rest half population of the country in every walk of life. President Pratibha Patil on Wednesday said that women empowerment is of utmost importance if we want women's progress. In the recent years, various constitutional and legal rights have been implemented by the government of India in order to eliminate ill practices and gender discrimination against women.