International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
Vol. 6, Issue 1 (2020)

Economic self-dependence and woman empowerment


Priyanka Shah

Woman Empowerment in India is a key for Self Reliance and Empowerment. Still there is a mass of people who thinks that female should remain at home and she is just a house keeper so no need for education but the reality is female/girl is far ahead than man in every field as presently in Vadodara, Gujarat Dr. Jigisha Sheth is 57th Mayor and Ms. Shalini Agrawal, IAS, Collector of Vadodara, Gujarat, she cleared her exam and interview for IAS in first attempt. She is active in many extra curriculum activities like swimming, horse riding, bike riding, car driving, classical dance, katthak, bharat natyam ext. Than Mrs. Indu Jain a chair person of India’s largest media group, Bennett, Coleman & Co. Ltd. Kiran Mazmudar Shaw as founder Chairman and Managing Director of Biocon Limited. Indra Nooyi working as CFO & President of Pepsi Co. and so on many more females in corporate world and also in politics too. Though the thinking shoes bias to female and discriminated through socio-economic factors of the society. Though Government shall provide free education to female child and specially all those who are in minorities who can’t avail the education easily or can’t afford it even if they are willing to be educated, to enhance the economy of country girls should be educated compulsorily and it too provided free of cost, who actually require. Woman can become stronger if she will be aware of her Rights available to her in Indian Constitution and other Laws if she is educated and also she can protest for her rights and secure herself from discrimination at various places.
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Priyanka Shah. Economic self-dependence and woman empowerment. International Journal of Law, Volume 6, Issue 1, 2020, Pages 117-120
International Journal of Law