Empowerment and Social Refuge of Rural Women in Relations of Education, A Study on Rangareddy District of Telangana
Dr. P. Nagesh
Education, Involvement, Decision Making, Distance Learning, Communities.
The Indian society has accorded differential status to women from time to time. In ancient India women enjoyed almost equal status along with men. However, since the Medieval era, the status of women has considerably gone down. They have been facing intolerable physiological, psychological, social, economic, political, and cultural problems. These problems still exist in the form of female fetus termination, infanticide, wife beating, oppression of SC/ST women by the upper caste people, dowry, deaths, rapes, suicide etc. Although the Constitution of India guarantees equal rights to men and women, there still exists discrimination and marginalization between the two sexes. In the patriarchal form of society that India has inherited, men still dominate women in all walks of life. Illiteracy, ignorance, poverty, lack of proper propaganda, corruption among government functionaries etc. are some of the important factors which are responsible for immobility of women in India. Is there any change in the status of women among different social groups viz. Schedule Tribe, Schedule Caste? Is there any disparity in women empowerment with esteem to education to evaluate in terms of Education, Employment To identify the issues for low empowerment of women in the rural areas of Rangareddy District.The study is built up on both primary and secondary sources. Secondary foundations of data will be collected to the different dimensions of census of India. The researcher personal bias of the detective does not influence in the selection. collection of the sample household, necessary data and information will be collected with the help of questionnaires through personnel interviews. A checklist has also to be used to collect relevant information. Completion of primary education can be ensured when women is encouraged at home for pursuing education and not stressed with heavy household work. A girl child must enjoy some basic facilities as their childhood rights for enhancement of educational level like time for reading.
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Unique Paper ID: 153893

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 5

Page(s): 739 - 742
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