A study on recent women empowerment schemes

Women empowerment in simple words can be understood as giving power to women to decide for their own lives or inculcating such abilities in them so that they could be able to find their rightful place in the society. According to the United Nations, women’s empowerment mainly has five components: • Generating women’s sense of self-worth; • Women’s right to have and to determine their choices; • Women’s right to have access to equal opportunities and all kinds of resources; • Women’s right to have the power to regulate and control their own lives, within and outside the home; and • Women’s ability to contribute in creating a more just social and economic order. Thus, women empowerment is nothing but recognition of women’s basic human rights and creating an environment where they are treated as equals to men. Women Empowerment refers to strengthening the social, economic and educational powers of women. It refers to an environment where there is no gender bias and have equal rights in community, society and workplaces. Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India have come up with various schemes, programmes, social welfare schemes, Health and Nutrition, scholarship for women empowerment, Girl Child pregnant women, mothers, ward members, Anganwadi Workers, Women Health Volunteers, the women living in the rural & tribal areas, ex-servicemen, physically handicapped, nursing women, Lactating mother, widows/destitute, Old age women, women self-help group (SHG), Women Entrepreneurs and Adolescent Girls’. Also, it helps to the women and child belonging to Scheduled Caste(SC) and Scheduled Tribe(ST), Other Backward Classes(OBC), Socially and Educationally Backward Classes(SEBC) Minority Category, below poverty line(BPL) and also for General Category This scheme provides assistance for Education, Training, Financial assistance/Cash, Subsidy on the loans, Scholarship, Nutrition, self-employment and other facilities. The prime goal is for empowerment, development, protection and welfare of Women & Child. The Study is Purely Theoretical. The Study is based on secondary data sources. The necessary information about the Recent Women Empowerment Schemes and its various components are collected from Books, Journals, Internet Source or related topic. The Researcher study about the Recent Women Empowerment Schemes in India The Research Work includes I. Introduction II. Methodology III. Recent Women Empowerment Schemes in India. IV Conclusion.etc.

Dr. Rashmi Rani Agnihotri, H.R. and Prof. Dr. Malipatil, K.S.
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