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WOMEN EMPOWERMENT : 

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT Presented by NIDHI CHATURVEDI & SHALU JAIN MENTOR Dr. Yogendra Thakur

“Women" The most beautiful creation on the earth : 

“Women" The most beautiful creation on the earth

The most powerful women : 

The most powerful women

Indian Women in public life : 

Indian Women in public life H.E Mrs. PratibhaPatil President of India Peace keeping in UN mission Sanya Mirza- Tennis First woman Officer from Indian police Service

SYNOPSIS : 

SYNOPSIS Definition Need of empowerment What makes us different Pathway of empowerment Impact of empowerment Conclusion

What is women empowerment : 

What is women empowerment “women empowerment refers to increasing the spiritual, political, social or economic strength of women. It often involves the empowered developing confidence in their own capacities”.

Why we need empowerment : 

Why we need empowerment Educational problems Society Gender prejudice Low confidence Lack of unity Problem related with health Poverty and Ignorance Traditional barriers

Educational problems : 

Educational problems Social, cultural, Environmental Beneficiaries Schemes ?

Society : 

Society Family, Dowry , Parda system

Lack of unity : 

Lack of unity Women Vs Women

Problem related with health : 

Problem related with health Social, Cultural and Gender differences

Poverty and Ignorance : 

Poverty and Ignorance

Gender prejudice : 

Gender prejudice Suppressing the Women

Low confidence : 

Low confidence Parsi theater

Traditional barriers : 

Traditional barriers

What makes us different : 

What makes us different Biological factor Chronic illness Dyslexia X Factor

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Education Awareness Encouragement Unity Participation Reservation Legislative efforts

Education : 

Education Educating a male means educating a individual but educating a female educating a Family.

Unity : 

Unity Faith

Awareness : 

Awareness Government, NGO’s

Encouragement : 

Encouragement Self independence

Participation : 

Participation In different fields

Slide 24: 

Platform to show talent

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The Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act, 1886. The Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961. The Commission of Sati (Prevention) Act, 1987. National Commission for Women Act, 1990 Protection from Domestic Violence Bill, 2002 Sexual Harassment of women at the workplace and other Institutions – Implementation of Guidelines as per Supreme Court’s order. Legislative efforts

Holistic approach to Empowerment : 

Holistic approach to Empowerment Health & Nut. Education Water & San. Skills Technology Credit Political Participation Marketing Asset base

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In Society – » Establishment of Ethics » Happy environment » Secured society In Politics- » Development of Nation » Opportunities for all. India’s picture after empowerment

In Economic sectorSome positive impacts in Economic sector : 

In Economic sectorSome positive impacts in Economic sector The proportion of women in the IT industry constitutes about 20% of total IT work force.

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“It is more important to create a general awareness’ and understanding of the problems of women’s employment in all the top policy and decision making and executive personnel. There is also the special problem facing women like the preference for male children for social and cultural reasons. This will require awareness, understanding and action. The best way to do so is to educate the children, orient the teachers, examine the text books and teaching-aids and ensure that the next generation grows up with new thinking.” Conclusion

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Ramesh Bhandari- Women right and welfare. Leela Desai – Feminism and its strategies. Dr. Patil and Bhadoria- Indian society. Padma Iyer- Women and social revolution. Asha Kaushik- Women Empowerment. Pukhraj jain- Political science Hindustan Times news paper India Today. Internet Access. References

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We wish to express my deep sense of gratitude and heartfelt thanks to our esteemed mentor Dr. Yogendra Thakur sir for providing guidence and we wish to thank specially to all the faculty members of college who help for making presentaion. We are extremely happy in expressing thanks to all our friends Sangeeta, Sonams, urmila, and Priti for their cooperation and encouragement. Acknowledgement

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THANK’S