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  • 1. Ensuring Safety And Empowerment of Women . Presented by-: Karan Garg Sumit Gupta Arpit Chadha Ishan Gupta Hitesh kumar College-Iet Bhaddal
  • 2. •In this preamble the main aim of constitution is Equality of status and oppurtunity which is our problem. •In this country men and women are not equal. •In india recently there are many problems face by woman like 1.Women can’t be educated properly 2.They sexually assualt by men in mentally and physically manner. 3.Infanticide by family members. Preamble of India
  • 3. “Rapes in India as one of India's most common crimes against women.” •Sexual assault is defined as any unwanted sexual act including forced sexual contact and sexual touching •Each year women report almost half a million rapes and sexual assaults. •Now a days there are many cases regarding women rapes , Eve teasing and molestone coming in various states. •In India feamles are less as compared to men •Mostly familier will kill their baby girl when she born or in womans stomach •There is chart of sex ration of girls then boys. Problems In India
  • 4. Status of women in India • Women who are employed in India only 64.2 % of those are earning cash as compared to 91.5% of men who are employed. • 34% of women in rural go to market alone as compared to 64% of urban area. • In rural area 15% of women don’t even go to market while in urban area this state is 7%. • Our constitution supports equality of women by its articles number 14,15,16,19,23,25 and 39. • A survey has shown that 9 out of 10 in urban women are sexually harassed • Moreover 63% of them are harassed frequently or occasionally.
  • 5. Woman in politics •Talking about India women has been involved in politics since ages •The very first name of a woman in Indian politics who became a torch leader for other women was Razia Sultan. She was the only woman to have ruled Delhi ever. •There are many women’s who come in politics. •Today the number of female politicians is less as compared to male politicians but they seem to be standing at more dominant and powerful positions. •At last I would like to conclude with a quote “In politics, if you want anything said, ask a man. If u want anything done, ask a woman.”
  • 6. Indira Priyadarshini Gandhi(19 Nov 1917 – 31 Oct 1984) was the Third Prime Minister of India and a central figure of the Indian National Congress party. She is the second longest serving Prime Minister of India and the only woman to hold the office. Chanda Kochhar (born 17 November 1961) is the managing director (MD) of ICICI Bank and its chief executive officer (CEO). ICICI Bank is India's largest private bank and overall second largest bank in the country. She also heads the Corporate Centre of ICICI Bank. Now a days woman are in every field like in politics , Business,marketing ,education etc. Women Achievements
  • 7. We can say that government will take some steps in Favour of women. 1.Seats reserved for women parliament . 2. Banned to get know about baby in stomach of women which is after being killed called Foeticide or Infanticide. Steps taken by our Govt. • Our constitution • Indira Mahila Yojna • Rashtriya Mahila Kosh, Mahila Samridhi Yojana, Self help groups at Panchayat level and many more. • National Women’s Commission and State Women’s Commissions • National Policy for the Empowerment of women (2001)
  • 8. Ensuring Safety •In this chart we show the crime status against woman in every state. •There is a case of 23 year old delhi girl who was beaten and gang raped in a bus in which she was travelling by 6 men and when the rapist will get arrested and according to our India law they punished for only 3 years imprisonment. • Latest case -A controversial spiritual guru raped a school girl in one of his ashrams. The spirtual guru whom we called Asaram Bapu
  • 9. Problems a ‘woman’ faces • Dowry system • Child marriage • Sexual harassment • Female infanticide and sex selective abortions • Domestic violence • Trafficking i.e. forcing women towards prostitution, domestic work or child labour. Problems that women face in Corporate Society • Family ties • Male dominated society • Lack of education • Social barriers • Tough competition • Limited mobility
  • 10. • Strict law for rape culprits • Strict punishment for offenders • Quick reaction teams • Providing women with basic safety equipemnt like pepper spray • Educating women not to be oppressed and report any sort of misbehaviour with them •Self defence (the government must provide the education for Female ) •From the survey there are many areas where no of rapes, sexual harassment are more so at these areas GOVT. should provide proper Police Security even specially for those women who work in night shift. • GOVT. should organise awareness plays about these all types of HARASSMENT. How to fix the problems?
  • 11. Appendix References- •Preamble of constitution Of India •India’s Current Affairs •Previous Years Surveys •India governance report synthesis 2013 •Political participation And representation of women in Indian politics by- Malathi Subramanian •Indian news channels articles like NDTV,ABP etc

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