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Education: Breaking the Cycle of Female Disadvantage


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1 JMI, India
2 Govt. College, Tigaon, India
     

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As well said by, Lucretia Mott "The world has never yet seen a truly great and virtuous nation because in the degradation of woman the very fountains of life are poisoned at their source". The paper capitalize on the current existing situation of women in India, need for her empowerment, realization of her powers & her contribution in nation building. It's a high time to think of that ICT can still wait but not our women welfare. Paper has emphasized on various programs launched by the Government for HER'S welfare and has also made an attempt to assess their success in reference to Human Development Index by the report released by UNDP in 2010, after 20 years.

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Education, Women, Gender Equity, Women Education.
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Authors

Rasna Solanki
JMI, India
Sunil Sharma
Govt. College, Tigaon, India

Abstract


As well said by, Lucretia Mott "The world has never yet seen a truly great and virtuous nation because in the degradation of woman the very fountains of life are poisoned at their source". The paper capitalize on the current existing situation of women in India, need for her empowerment, realization of her powers & her contribution in nation building. It's a high time to think of that ICT can still wait but not our women welfare. Paper has emphasized on various programs launched by the Government for HER'S welfare and has also made an attempt to assess their success in reference to Human Development Index by the report released by UNDP in 2010, after 20 years.

Keywords


Education, Women, Gender Equity, Women Education.

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