ROLE OF EDUCATION IN EMPOWERMENT OF RURAL WOMEN
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Mrs. Jintumoni Chamuah
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Empowerment refers to increasing the spiritual, political, social or economic strength of individual and social communities. It is a multi- dimensional process and refers to the expansion of freedom of choice and action in all spheres - social, political and economic to shape one’s life. The oxford English Dictionary explains “to empower” as to “invest legally” or formally with power, to enable or to permit”. It means, to remove the restrictions artificial or otherwise-that people freedom doing the things that is within their ability to achieve. (K.D Rosa 2012) Empowerment is now increasingly seen as a process by which the powerless gain greater control over the circumstances of their lives. This means control over material assets, in intellectual resources and ideology. Discrimination of women is well known all over the world in communities society and nation across time and space. They are constituted distinctly unequal categories as compared to men. In recent years empowerment of women has recognized as the central issue in determining the status of women.
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Unique Paper ID: 153514

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 7

Page(s): 461 - 466
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