Factors Affecting Women Empowerment

Nikhil Ranjan Agarwal, Sarika Khanna, Ankita Agarwal


From ancient to modern period, women’s condition socially, politically and economically has not remained same and it kept changing with times. In ancient India, women were having equal status with men. 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. India is now a leading country in the field of women education. History of India is never blank of brave women and philosophers women All the famous women historical women in India are inspiration for the women of this age. We never forget their contribution to the society and country.  This study was designed to assess the status & factors that affect the performance of women empowerment in India. The appearance & enhancement of women empowerment depends various factors such on socio-economic, political, cultural & psychological. Female education in India has been an urgent need of the new era because women are first teacher of their teacher and future of the child depends on the love and care of the mother means a woman. A woman performs the role of many characters through-out her life such as a daughter, sister, wife and mother.  Extensive illiteracy, lack of basic education, training and experience remain serious obstacles in women’s empowerment. In conclusion, it can be said that women in India, through their own unrelenting effort and with the help of Constitutional and other legal provisions and also with the aid of Government’s various welfare schemes, are trying to find their own place under the sum.

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