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  • 1. NEEDOFTHEHOUR Presented by: Jujhar Singh Brar ST. XAVIER’S HIGH SCHOOL
  • 2. HigHligHts What is women empowerment? Need For It. Traditional Barriers. Efforts made to achieve it. Trend Setters.
  • 3. WHat is Women's empoWerment? To give certain rights or authority to women. To invest with power, especially legal power or official authority to women. To equip or supply them with financial and psychological independence.
  • 4. Political Empowerment Legal Empowerment Social Empowerment Economic Empowerment
  • 5. Need For WomeN empoWermeNt Unhappy women means unhappy societies. Women need to be empowered because of the responsibilities they take in society. They need to be politically empowered for them to be active in decision making in whatever issues that involve their lives.
  • 6. traditioNal Barriers Lack of education. Financial constraint. Family responsibility. Low mobility of labour. Low ability to bear risk. Absence of goal-oriented approach towards life. Low socio- economic status.
  • 7. HeadiNg toWards empoWermeNt Sarva shiksha abhiyan: the flagship programme of elementary education has special focus on girl child. Kasturba Gandhi Swatantrata Vidyalaya: residential school for girls. Reservation for women in parliament and panchayats. TO BE CONTINUED….
  • 8. Rashtriya Mahila Kosh (RMK):1992-93 Mahila Samridhi Yojna (MSY): Oct. 1993 Indira mahila Yojana (IMY): 1995 Women Entrepreneur Development Programme: Given top priority in 1997-98. Mahila samakhya: being implemented in about 9000 villages.
  • 9. treNd setters KalpNa CHaWla She was the first Indian American astronaut and first Indian woman in space. She first flew on Space Shuttle Columbia in 1997 as a mission specialist and primary robotic arm operator.
  • 10. Indra nooyI Indra Krishnamurthy Nooyi is an Indian-American business executive and the current Chairperson and Chief Executive Officer of PepsiCo, the second largest food and beverage business in the world by net revenue. According to Forbes, she is consistently ranked among World's 100 Most Powerful Women.
  • 11. MC Mary KoM Mangte Chungneijang Mary Kom, (born 1 March 1983), also known as MC Mary Kom, or simply Mary Kom, is an Indian boxer belonging to Kom tribal community of north-eastern state of Manipur. She is a five-time World Boxing champion, and the only woman boxer to have won a medal in each one of the six world championships.
  • 12. PratIbha devIsIngh PatIl A member of Indian National Congress and the first woman President of India from 2007 to 2012. She was sworn in as the 12th President of India on 25th July, succeeding Abdul Kalam, after defeating her rival Bhairon Singh Shekhawat.
  • 13. KIran bedI She was the first woman officer in the Indian Police Services and held the post of Director General at the Bureau of Police Research and Development before she voluntarily retired from the IPS in 2007.She was awarded Ramon Magsaysay award in 1994 for government service.
  • 14. aMandeeP Kaur Amandeep Kaur is the first woman bouncer. Her job is to keep an eye on the women guests. She is Chandigarh's first and only woman bouncer - a rarity anywhere in India, but more so in a male- dominated society like Punjab's.
  • 15. “When Women move forWard the family moves, the village moves and the nation moves”.