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P-ISSN: 2708-4515, E-ISSN: 2708-4523

Asian Journal of Management and Commerce


2022, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Part A
A review of NGOS' contributions to educating and empowering women in India


Author(s): Dr. DR Jalwani and Anoop Kumar

Abstract: The urgent need of the hour is female empowerment. The improvement of women's economic, social, and political standing in India enables sustainable rural and urban growth. To change the idle culture into a self-sustaining society, women must be empowered in these areas. The supply of proper educational resources, political support, an efficient legal system, and the creation of jobs for women are all ways to empower women. By providing basic education, vocational training, training for self-employment, legal aid, protection for women, and self-awareness programmes, NGOs and self-help groups (SHG) play a crucial role in the empowerment of women. They are therefore primarily focused on improving the status of women in society. The current study examines how women's statuses are improved and women's empowerment is attained in the Indian context with the help of NGOs. The study covers the benefits of entrepreneurship for rural women as well as the empowerment of rural women through NGOs. In order to position rural women as equal participants in entrepreneurship and economic growth, this article aims to investigate certain policies that ought to be implemented. Both primary and secondary data were used to inform the current investigation. Utilizing basic statistical techniques like averages and percentages, the data was examined. The report from which conclusions and inferences were drawn was prepared using the studied data.

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Dr. DR Jalwani, Anoop Kumar. A review of NGOS' contributions to educating and empowering women in India. Asian J Manage Commerce 2022;3(2):26-30.
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