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  • 1. India constitutes 48% of the feminine members, deducing the sex ratio to 940 females per 1000 males. Though the sex ratio has graphically improved over the past decade, there still exists a proportionately increasing number of crimes and gender-biased situations directly aiming at the weaker sex of the society. Though, we Indians are proud of our culture which poses women as Goddesses, ironically, the country is moving towards the opposite and negative direction related to gender discrimination. Such incidents can only be nullified if we bring a change within ourselves. The following presentation shows all the efforts dedicated by our team, reflecting the hardships and injustice faced by women and finally, the anticipated or desired solution expected by the Citizens of India disappointed over this matter. Sincere efforts by- Nitish Siwach Sharad Ananth Aakanksha Gupta Ankita Sharma Dhawal Kumar
  • 2. Gender biased issues 0 50000 100000 150000 200000 250000 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 Resultants of gender-biased issues Deaths due to female infanticide *About 3 million girl children lost their lives due to female infanticide in the past decade.  This is due to the misconception of feminine being an inferior section of the society. Economic status of women * Only 39.5% women in India are economically active.  The hiring authority prefers males over females for their profit. Crimes against women *10% of nation’s crime is sexist, targeting women.  Lack of self-defense training in women makes them even more vulnerable. Literacy rate in females *After six decades of independence, only 2 of 3 women are literate.  In some villages, girl children are not admitted into school. Registered crime cases against women from 2001-2012 India constitutes 48% female population out of which only hardly 30% are able to make it without any crime or sexism affecting them.
  • 3. Preventions and Solutions • People should consider their daughters as valuable as their sons. • Sex determination is the basic cause for the next step(abortion), and needs to be abolished Female Foeticide/ Infanticide • Encouraging and making education for every girl child mandatory in every part of the nation. • The hiring authority should employ on the basis of merit, not one’s gender. • Married women should also be given freedom to work. Education and employment for females • Women need to learn defending themselves from being harassed. • Isolation and night shifts can be avoided to prevent unwanted consequences. • Public transportation should be used rather than private cabs, autos, etc. Crimes against women
  • 4. Solutions • The root cause of female foeticide/ infanticide is due to ridiculous conscience of sexism, which needs to be changed. • Though the law condemns such crimes, illegal practices are needed to be monitored and testified by law. • The system needs to be transparent in order to monitor the clinics and hospitals. • Supply of drugs contributing to the foetus abortion should be monitored. Implementation • In both rural and urban areas, people should create awareness and try to change the absurd mentality of gender discrimination. • A separate organization can be created to verify the illegal sex determination results and aborted foetuses and match the data to ensure no foeticide cases have taken place. • CCTV cameras to be installed at all the clinics. • A detailed record for drug supplies and its use should be updated.  Female foeticide /infanticide Solutions and its implementation
  • 5. Education and employment in women Solutions • In rural areas, ensuring quality education to every girl child should be mandatory. • Beyond spreading awareness, a separate law to be implemented to assure free books for feminine children. • Women should be given freedom to work even in their marital lives and their decisions should not be dominated by anything. • Companies should give exclusive provisions/facilities to women in special cases, i.e, w, ones who are physically handicapped, etc. Implementation • A govt. official at the ground level to be assigned in the district office to ensure education to every girl child in that village or rural area. • The data can be collected either by Aadhar cards/voter IDs/ ration cards and take steps to bring every girl into the education radar. • Women should work during daylight rather than night hours to avoid unwanted consequences, both from families and outsiders. • Women can openly take part in various projects/NGOs/jobs and even self-employ themselves. • Women can join special forces/police/army and equalize their status with men or form SHGs to finance themselves.
  • 6. Crimes against women Solutions  Women need to learn defending themselves against any offensive or unwanted attempts on their lives.  People need to encourage and treat those victimized females equally and with high esteem.  Women require the knowledge of freedom to appeal to courts and prosecute the accused legally.  Strong moral values to be inculcated by various NGOs against unbearable crimes.  All the streets in a city to have surveillance and vigilance, hence, increasing the transparency of a crime, if took place. Implementation • Self-defense training to be mandatory in schools and universities. • Employing more women in police and security would result in higher level of safety for women • Women can adjust their working hours to daylight rather than nocturnal hours. If not possible, the companies should provide additional security and ensure the safety of its female employees. • Stricter laws regulating stricter punishments to the proven accused and timely justice to the victimized to be implemented. • Public transportation should be preferred rather than separate auto-rickshaws/cabs during night hours and avoiding isolation from the public view. • Missing girl children should be immediately reported and FIRs to be filed because of possibility of kidnapping or human trafficking. Considering them critical, investigation should be started.
  • 7. Organization for women working under govt. Delhi (NW) Guwahati Mumbai (W) Chennai (S) Kolkata Allahabad Various regional offices Officers monitoring Crimes and infanticide Education and employment NGOs Finance and awareness Central Management Level Regional Management Level SETUP FOR THE DEZIRED ORGANIZTION TO MONITOR & SOLVE SEXIST ISSUES
  • 8. FUNDINGS REQUIRED FOR THE PROPOSED PLAN INITIAL SETUP COST ORGANIZATION COST TECHNOLOGICAL AND DEVELOPMENT MANAGEMENT COST JURISDICTION COST ESTABLISHMENT COST= 1CR IT DEPARTMENT SETUP COST = 1CR HEAD OF CENTRE =10 LAKH IT OFFICIALS(15) =6-7 LAKH FIELD WORK(20) =4-5 LAKH OTHER STAFF(10) =2-3 LAKH IT MAINTENANCE COST=50 LAKH FIELD WORK EXPENSES= 10 LAKH TRANSPORTATION COST=15 LAKH VOLUNTEER PROGRAMS COST=2.5 LAKH AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS COST=2.5 LAKH SOCIAL LAWYERS SERVICE COST=1 LAKH PAPER WORK COST=50,000 IN INR PER ANNUM FOR EACH REGIONAL CENTRE COMPLAINT REGISTRATION=50,000 CURRENTLY PENDING AND FUTURE CASES COST= 1 LAKH 2 CRORES 2.25 CRORES 80 LAKHS 3 LAKHS
  • 9. The steps taken will have a much greater impact as seen below Infanticide/Foeticide A. Graphical improvement in the sex ratio in every rural and urban areas of the country. B. Transparency in the system will result in the sighing decrease in illegal supply of drugs/medicines and performance of illegal operations and sex determination. C. Creating necessary awareness among the rural areas. Implementing stricter punishment will decrease child birth crimes. Education & Employment A. Equal power and freedom to women in making decisions and fighting for their won cause. B. More number of women in workplace resulting in shorter gender gap and nullifying sexism. C. Encouragement, empowerment and high esteem will be earned by married and handicapped women. Crimes against women A. Implementing professional physical training will ensure less chances of being harassed/abused. B. Stricter law and legally harsher punishment implementation will ensure gradual decrease in gender- discriminated crimes and assaults. C. More number of women in special forces will help neutralizing and solving critical issues like rape, domestic violence, trafficking, etc.
  • 10. Challenges and Risks • During peace-rallies against sexism and women abuse, there’s a great risk of some eve-teasing, collateral damage and violent riots because of some unavoidable miscreants. • Implementing the setup will depend on sincerity and hard work of each and every official to co-operate equally and utilize all the funds in a proper manner. • Creating awareness by visiting every rural areas against infanticide & women abuse will unify different communities against the desired solution by raising a ridiculous excuse of breaking the village tradition.
  • 11. Mitigation factors • Funding and awareness from NGOs , SHGs and other volunteers. • Hiring of women in special forces resulting in declining of crimes. • Educating women resulting in equal opportunities for both the genders. • Introducing new government policies and legal annexures for appropriate and fast decisions.
  • 12. ANNEXURE • www.womenforwomen.org • www.ncrb.nic.in • www.ncw.nic.in • www.indiancag.org/manthan • www.thp.org • www.wcd.nic.in • www.undp.org/women

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