11CreditCruncherS
TEAM :- CREDIT CRUNCHERS
INDIA TOWARDS
SHINING
Aishwarya
Navtej Swaroop Singh
Amit Ranjan
Shivani Goyal
...
A woman is the full circle
Within her is the power to create, nurture
and transform
TEAM :- CREDIT CRUNCHERS
Challenges to Women
 Female Infanticide and Feticide
 Gender Bias and Discrimination
 Less Accessible to Education Syst...
Overview on Solutions
 Promotion of awareness – raising programmes on the rights of girls to
education (directed at teach...
Women Education & Employment
 To promote Educational Policies to ensure access ,
permanence and Finalization of the full ...
Women Safety specific provisions
The factories Act,1948 –Section 34 provides that the State
Govt. can lay down rules pres...
Women under Violence
All forms of violence against women, physical
and mental, those arising from customs,
traditions or a...
TEAM :- CREDIT CRUNCHERS
VILLAGE LEVEL
Education status:
Employment scheme:
Sex ratio:
DISTRICT LEVEL
Education status:
Em...
"There is no substitute to women empowerment if we have to bring social equality
in the country. If women are unhappy, ind...
IMPACT OF WOMEN IMPOWERMENT
 Married women have been found consistently to have higher rates of anxious and
depressive sy...
TEAM :- CREDIT CRUNCHERS
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  1. 1. 11CreditCruncherS TEAM :- CREDIT CRUNCHERS INDIA TOWARDS SHINING Aishwarya Navtej Swaroop Singh Amit Ranjan Shivani Goyal Ajay Kumar
  2. 2. A woman is the full circle Within her is the power to create, nurture and transform TEAM :- CREDIT CRUNCHERS
  3. 3. Challenges to Women  Female Infanticide and Feticide  Gender Bias and Discrimination  Less Accessible to Education System  Childhood Marriage (Bal-vivah)  Dowry System (Dahej Pratha)  Most Prone to Crimes and Gender Based Violence due to Reliance on Men  Occupational Segregation and Exploitation  Less Weightage in Social and Institutional Decision Making TEAM :- CREDIT CRUNCHERS
  4. 4. Overview on Solutions  Promotion of awareness – raising programmes on the rights of girls to education (directed at teachers and parents).  Vocational training for self-employment.  Promote greater and strengthened participation of women’s organizations in the decision – making arenas in emergency situations, humanitarian aid and peace building.  Security and Safety Provision for Women working in late hours in any sector.  Regulatory and Monitoring Committee on every constitutional level.  Increased reservation in the Judiciary and Parliament to enhance the participation in decision making. TEAM :- CREDIT CRUNCHERS
  5. 5. Women Education & Employment  To promote Educational Policies to ensure access , permanence and Finalization of the full education process for women and girls at all educational levels  Support for Women’s Organizations involved in Literacy Campaigns with an integral focus on Women’s Human Rights. TEAM :- CREDIT CRUNCHERS
  6. 6. Women Safety specific provisions The factories Act,1948 –Section 34 provides that the State Govt. can lay down rules prescribing weights that may be carried by men and women. The Contract Labour (Abolition and Regulation) Act and Rules: separate provision of utilities for women and fixed hours. Whether these laws have proper implementation mechanisms, There is no provision for monitoring the effect of these laws on women.  Promotion of positive actions and Policies designed to produce to facilitate women’s access curricular change to Non-traditional Professions like Police, Defence Services etc. TEAM :- CREDIT CRUNCHERS
  7. 7. Women under Violence All forms of violence against women, physical and mental, those arising from customs, traditions or accepted practices shall be dealt with effectively with a view to eliminate its incidence. Domestic Violence is the leading cause of injury to women, more than car accidents, mugging, or rapes combined.  A monitoring committee should be set up to keep the record of the rate of incidences of domestic violence and immediate safety provision must be created purely dedicated to Women Safety.  Respective State Governments should be rewarded for their improved check on Domestic violence.  Awareness programs on Women Rights to curb the situation more efficiently and effectively.TEAM :- CREDIT CRUNCHERS
  8. 8. TEAM :- CREDIT CRUNCHERS VILLAGE LEVEL Education status: Employment scheme: Sex ratio: DISTRICT LEVEL Education status: Employment scheme: Sex ratio: STATE LEVEL Education status: Employment scheme: Sex ratio: NATION LEVEL CENTRAL MONITORING AUTHORITY Monthly press release on Website Yearly Plans (Funding & Rewards) SUGGESTED IMPLEMENTATION PLAN
  9. 9. "There is no substitute to women empowerment if we have to bring social equality in the country. If women are unhappy, individual homes, society and the nation will not prosper," said President Pratibha Patil. Founder of Tupperware TEAM :- CREDIT CRUNCHERS Possible measures • Enhancing the grass root level business ideas. • Micro-Financial support to Self help business groups Excellent steps taken by Govt. of India:  UP Kanya Vidya Dhan Yojna Padhe Betiyan Badhe Betiyan Scheme 2013 Uttar Pradesh Government  The Indira Gandhi Matritva Sahyog Yojana (IGMSY) is a Conditional Maternity Benefit (CMB) centrally sponsored scheme for pregnant and lactating women.  the Priyadarshini scheme aims at holistic empowerment of vulnerable groups of women and adolescent girls through formation of Self-Help Groups (SHGs)
  10. 10. IMPACT OF WOMEN IMPOWERMENT  Married women have been found consistently to have higher rates of anxious and depressive symptoms than married men. Power explanations for this difference predict that employment for women, which is associated with greater power in the family, would reduce women's symptoms to approximate men's more closely. Results on the effects of women's employment, however, are inconsistent.  As female education rises, fertility, population growth, and infant and child mortality fall and family health improves.  Women's increased earning capacity, in turn, has a positive effect on child nutrition.  After providing social security woman can deeply impart in nation building in different fields. TEAM :- CREDIT CRUNCHERS
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