BY:
V.V.ARUN
L.ANUSHA
P.NIKHIL KUMAR
E.PRAVALLIKA
M.HIMA BINDU
 “A woman is the full circle. Within her is
the power to create, nurture and
transform.“
 Today women with their smartne...
ISSUES
violence crime status women rights women education
Now a days the women are looked by the
glamour or by sex objects rather then sharing
the equality of their work
India is...
 Women are forced to get married at a tender age.
 They are expected to fend for themselves while
taking charge of the d...
 Illiteracy levels in India continue to stand at
about 54% for women and 76% for men,
school enrollment, attendance and q...
 Google
 Wikipedia
 National Crime Record Bureau Reports
 National Commission for Women Publications
The thank the manthan
team for giving such a
great opportunity to the
youth of India, to be a
part of general election
and...
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  1. 1. BY: V.V.ARUN L.ANUSHA P.NIKHIL KUMAR E.PRAVALLIKA M.HIMA BINDU
  2. 2.  “A woman is the full circle. Within her is the power to create, nurture and transform.“  Today women with their smartness, grace and elegance have conquered the whole world.  Since the older times, women have been treated as second rate citizens of all across the globe.  The situation is almost the same everywhere-irrespective of the developed country or the developing country-caste, community, color or creed a position which is comparable in many ways.  Women form 48% of India’s population but constitute only 29% of the national workforce.
  3. 3. ISSUES violence crime status women rights women education
  4. 4. Now a days the women are looked by the glamour or by sex objects rather then sharing the equality of their work India is ranked 4th among the most dangerous countries for women. For this reasons India is becoming one of the governments major rule. "We should end all acts of violence against women and initiate all steps so that women feel safe and become fearless, empowered and they are given the respect," Gandhi said. Latest data from the National Crime Record Bureau suggests that a woman is raped once in 20 minutes and 10% of all crimes in India are of women abuse. Gender discrimination is the least of worries for women in India. The principle of gender equality is enshrined in the Indian Constitution in its Preamble, Fundamental Rights, Fundamental Duties and Directive Principle.
  5. 5.  Women are forced to get married at a tender age.  They are expected to fend for themselves while taking charge of the domestic chore .  They become malnourished since they are always expected to serve themselves last, after every member of household has received their potion .  They suffer from unfair and biased inheritance and divorce laws.  Women are not able to accumulate any substantial amount of asset, making it pretty difficult for them to establish their own financial security.  The National Crime Record Bureau recorded 24,206 case of rape in 2011 alone, which indicated a rise of 9% from the previous year.  It’s a fact that many rape incidences go unreported, and that’s according to legal experts in the country. Due to what is called ”family honor”.  BRIDE BURNING:  This is a type of domestic violence whereby a bride is killed by her husband or husband’s family because of dowry dissatisfaction issues.
  6. 6.  Illiteracy levels in India continue to stand at about 54% for women and 76% for men, school enrollment, attendance and quality of education, especially for the girl-child threatens.  Illiteracy is one of the main obstacles in women empowerment in India.  Even in this contemporary world women suffers from illiteracy from the villages especially, where women are treated only for house hold purpose and others misdisciplinaries.  Most often educating a women is considered as a big problem for the parents as because if a women is educated then it is hard for their parents to get her married.  The problems today women facing can be overcomed if a women is enough able to face the problem which can happen if a women is well educated.  Only men are given higher priority than women in India.
  7. 7.  Google  Wikipedia  National Crime Record Bureau Reports  National Commission for Women Publications
  8. 8. The thank the manthan team for giving such a great opportunity to the youth of India, to be a part of general election and provide their thoughts. Regarding the problems in India

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