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SAI : 2016SCIA6DFEXXXX, SCIAID : 20166DFE ,  e-ISJN- A4372-3068

ISSN: 2456-0146
Impact Factor-3.071(IIJIF)
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Impact Factor - 5.936 (SJIF)

Women Empowerment Through Education



J. Jayapriya

Education does not mean possessing number of qualification. It means to empower a person. It prepares the individual to live harmony in the society.  Education is the fundamental right for everyone irrespective gender, caste and creed. Women play a variety of role in humans life as a daughter, as a sister, as a wife, as a mother, as a friend, as a grandmother etc., everywhere her role is so important. They are playing each role extraordinarily. But people are ill treated them. Education can improve the status of women. Proper education gives power and earn respect from others. It gives strength, boldness and assertiveness to them. It helps to protest against the problem they faced from others. Education is essential for every women whether they go for a job or homemaker. Education gives the ability to get employment and employment removes the dependency over men. It enhances confidence and courage of women. We should tell the stories of the famous contemporary women personalities like Kalpana Chawla, Sunitha Williams, Indira Nooyi, Nirmala Seetharaman, etc. to the younger generation and make them realise the value of education and through this education alone they achieved highest positions in their life. Dependency on Education gives independent to women in all aspects. In this paper, we discuss about how women can be empower through education.

Women, Education, Empowerment, barriers.