CONDITION AND EDUCATIONAL STATUS OF MUSLIM WOMEN IN INDIA


Sudip Barik, Bristi Mandal, Subhasish Sen
M.ED STUDENT, VISVA BHARATI
Abstract
Education is the biggest weapon for development of any community. Without education any community is not properly developed. If any society, any community not properly educated it will create a barrier of particular society development. If we saw Indian communities then we saw Muslim community is the lowest educated section of Indian Society. The present study aim is to find out the condition and educational status of Muslim women in Mediaeval period, British period and Post Independent period in India. Methodology of this study is the comprehensive literature survey was conducted through various online and offline secondary sources to observe the condition of Muslim women education in India and data are correlated available in order to express the findings. This present study researcher found that Muslim girls are still lagging behind in achieving the literacy status in three stages - Mediaeval period, British period and post independent period of India and the government should provide special facilities for Muslim women to receive an education so that they could contribute to the development of the country.
Keywords: KEYWORDS: Women education, Mediaeval period, British period, Post independent period, Condition, Educational status
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (IJMR)

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Published on : 2021-04-12

Vol : 7
Issue : 4
Month : April
Year : 2021
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