Women’s Education and Social Empowerment and Sustainability

Author: Ms. Sanchita Mazumdar

DOI Link :: https://doi-ds.org/doilink/05.2024-67744539/BIJMRD/06.2024-77/Vol -2 / 3/A6/Sanchita

Abstract:This present paper emphasises the women empowerment in India. In every aspect of society, women are stereotyped as being less capable than males. Indian society has been resistant to women’s emancipation for a long time. As a result of their historical and cultural marginalisation, women are now universally acknowledged as the oppressed gender. A country cannot be changed into a developed nation unless and until the younger generation is actively engaged and their potential is fully used. By ensuring that women have unfettered equal access to all societal resources, we can help bring women into the mainstream and contribute to the nation’s overall growth. A well-rounded education equips one to stand firm in the face of an unfair and unequal reality. Empowering women via education is a key to advancing society and the economy.

Keywords: Women Empowerment, Education for Empowerment, Social Empowerment.

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