WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

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WOMEN EMPOWERMENT :

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT By MOHAMMED QUADIR MOHIUDDIN ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR

EMPOWERMENT:

EMPOWERMENT Empowerment refers to increasing the spiritual, political, social or economic strength of individuals and communities. It often involves the empowered developing confidence in their own capacities.

WHY :

WHY WOMEN EMPOWERMENT

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Educating a male means educating a individual but educating a FEMALE educating a Family .

CURTAIN RAISER:

CURTAIN RAISER Since the ancient times when the kings have said to have as many as 200 wives ,the social evils like sati, dowry and child marriages have been haunting the Indian society. Since Independence concrete efforts have been made for the upliftment of the women and to educate them upon important issues viz., social, economical and political.

HOW DID IT BEGAN?:

HOW DID IT BEGAN? Women upliftment and empowerment in India first received National and International recognition when the Indra Gandhi’s Government launched the Indra Maliha Yojana and when the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) incorporated the issue as one of its primary objective.

Why women need empowerment :

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

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Women constitutes half of the total population in the world and they perform an estimated 60 per cent of the world's work but own only one percent of the world's land and earn just 10 percent of the world's income. Further, they are denied with the right to education, intellectual etc.,

The majority of employed women are engaged in agricultural work:

The majority of employed women are engaged in agricultural work Type of worker Occupational Distribution (%) Women Men Professional 7 7 Sales 4 14 Service 7 5 Production 22 37 Agricultural 59 33 Other 2 4

Indian Women in Modern Times:

Indian Women in Modern Times Empowerment Social Empowerment Education There is no direct relationship between education and work force participation; but may affect their participation in household decision making Economic Independence: Economic independence does not imply significant improvement in social standing Culture and tradition play an important role A small fraction has opened up towards Western values

Indian Women in Modern Times:

Indian Women in Modern Times Economic Empowerment Property Rights Economic Decision Making In the household In businesses

Indian Women in Modern Times:

Indian Women in Modern Times Political Empowerment Representation in democratic institutions Government reservations policy for women: the constitutional amendment of 1990s

Action Areas:

Action Areas Women availing services of public utilities like road transport, power, water and sanitation, telecommunication etc. Training of women as highly skilled workers- top end skills Research/Technology for women Women in the work force Asset ownership by women Women as Entrepreneurs

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Implementation of Laws like Equal remuneration Minimum Wages Factories Act Infrastructure for women like Water and sanitation at workplace Creches Working Women Hostels Transport services Security

Two lessons from INDIRA NOOYI:

Two lessons from INDIRA NOOYI You can be a working mother and climb the corporate ladder while raising kids. You can get ahead in the American corporate environment without sacrificing who you are culturally.

Are women better manager:

Are women better manager More flexible Team-building qualities More accessible and better at empowering people More intuitive Better adaptability

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Brain - Quest

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First woman president of India? Ms. Pratibha Patil

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First woman prime minister of India? Ms. Indira Gandhi

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First woman in spaceof India? Ms. Kalpana Chawala

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First woman ambassador to soviet union Ms. Vijay Laxmi Padit

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First woman governer of India Ms. Sarojini Naidu

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First woman Chief Minister Ms. Sucheta Kriplani

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First woman doctor of India Ms. Anandibai Gopal Joshi

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First woman IPS officer Ms. Kiran Bedi

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First woman Fashion Designer who set up her first Boutique in India Ms. Ritu Beri

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First woman Lawyer Ms. Cornelia Sorabji

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First woman Entrepreneur Ms. Kiran Mazundar Shaw

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“The origin of a child is a mother, a woman. ….she shows a man what sharing, caring, and loving is all about. That is the essence of a woman." --- QUADIR MOHIUDDIN FACULTY, DEPT OF BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

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