Dr. Doddahanumaiah B H
Associate Professor in Sociology, Govt First Grade College Hosakote, Bangalore Rural, Karnataka
The education empowerment of women is providing education and the social development of the women from there early ages to the higher education, which can lead to overall development of the family in political, economic and social development of the women and the family, we have seen some positive literacy rate in Indian state by increase in the literacy rate, but when we compare India’s literacy rate with the western nations, there is lot of social changes has to be done from the school years, some old religious beliefs and the traditional customs are still causing constraints for women to get free education, especially in the northeast region, tribal population and the depressed, dalit classes are still far to reach the expected results., especially the rural girl children. Education awareness can be done in this was a little structure in India as various forms and where is performed has been done by the previous, but due to lack of implementation and lack of flexibility in the various states in the country India still depending on old schemes and policies, without proper social and scientific measures to overcome the education obstacles, India is one of the most populated countries in the world after China but due to lack of implementation of various education schemes, even the change of the governments, will affect the change in the old policies and the rules. Women’s empowerment is very essential for the growth and the social development of the nation, to achieve gender equality in social, political and the economic progress in the state. The research paper explains the various schemes by the government for women (rural women) and the obstacles for the the schemes.
Keywords: Dalit Rural Education, Rural women education, social development schemes.
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Research & Development (IJRD)

Published on : 2023-07-24

Vol : 8
Issue : 7
Month : July
Year : 2023
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