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Women emporment.ppt
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Women emporment.ppt
Women emporment.ppt
Women emporment.ppt
Women emporment.ppt
Women emporment.ppt
Women emporment.ppt
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  • 1. Women empowerment  “The best thermometer to the progress of a nation is its treatment of its women.”  Women empowerment means creating a environment in which they can make independent decisions about their personality development
  • 2. Power of women in India  The status of women is very high in India the women are given the higher positions in the women in India are worked as prime minister , chief minister , president ,loksabha speaker
  • 3. Women status in India
  • 4. Problems of women in India  From the ancient period the women are facing many problems like dowry, child marriage,sati,widow,these are the olden problems but the present problems are acid attacks, Trafficking etc  According to a global poll conducted by Thomson Reuters, India is the "fourth most dangerous country" in the world for women, and the worst country for women among the G20 countries.
  • 5. Barriers to women Empowerment  In India there are so many barriers to women empowerment they are poverty,education,security,health etc
  • 6. Education of women  Education is also barrier of women Empowerment the literacy rate of women is very low when comparing with boys  The literacy rate of women is 65.46 comparing with men .In rural areas the literacy rate was 57.9
  • 7. Poverty  Poverty is considered as barrier to women empowerment because of women are selling themselves  Andhra Pradesh accounts for nearly half of all sex trafficking cases in India, the majority involving adolescent girls. According to police estimates, a shocking 300,000 women and girls have been trafficked for exploitative sex work from Andhra Pradesh; of these just 3,000 have been rescued so far.
  • 8. Programs to develop women  Dowry act 1961, The Child Marriage Restraint Act1929 sati prevention act 1829.  The government also started the a ministry for women Ministry for Women & Child Development it was given powers in 2006.  Recently a bank was started to promote women on 19 November 2013.
  • 9. Conclusion  Swami Vivekananda once said “arise away and stop not until the goal is reached”. Thus our country should thus be catapulted into the horizon of empowerment of women and revel in its glory.  We have a long way to go, but we will get there someday. We shall overcome.  And by teaching moral values to children from child on wards will increase the value of in society

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