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    • K.VADAN P.SRIKANTH M.SURESH DEV DAS
    • The “Digital Divide” can be inferred as divergence of technology between industrialised, developing and underdeveloped societies.
      • As time passed the world has seen many women all around the world coming forward to educe themselves.
      • India is one of the fastest developing nations these days and women in the urban areas are well aware of technology as men are.
      • But, even today women in some remote areas in India are restricted only to the kitchen and household.
      • Customs, traditions and lack of encouragement have kept women aloof from the growing technologies.
      • Married women not allowed to work in some cases.
      • Children and household responsibilities.
      • Lack of proper schooling.
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      • Primary education to be mandatory for each and every illiterate citizen of the particular village.
      • Introduction of women welfare programmes to earn and learn.
      • Employing women into industries, handicrafts and social work.
      • The best example is the Lijjat udyog which is an industry which has been supporting needy women since years.
      • Dwacra Mahila in Andhra Pradesh, India, is also employing different women from remote areas.
      • Each and every woman in every village has got the basic knowledge about current improvement.
      • Women are becoming more independent.
      • Contribution of women is helping India to achieve its goals even more quicker.
      • Villages are now advancing towards the global era of development.
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