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WOMEN EMPOWERMENT: NEED OF WOMEN EDUCATION

WOMEN EMPOWERMENT: NEED OF WOMEN EDUCATION

Dr.Mrs.Shashi Agrawal
 Associate Professor,
Janata College of Education,Chandrapur(M.S)
Shital Salve( Dumbere)
Assistant Professor,
Shri Sai college of Education,Chandrapur

 

 

Introduction

Stressing on the need for empowering women through women's education, the authors say that education enables a women to become strong physically by giving her knowledge about good physical health, which would ultimately benefit her mental health. The value of women's education has received global recognition over the past two decades with the mounting awareness in the drive towards women's equality. In certain professions like medicine, social work, nursing care, teaching, they have proved to be better than men. The Government of India has opened the door and windows of education for all through Constitutional Provision, Special Laws and Educational Policies.

"If you educate a man, you educate a person but if you educate a woman, you educate a nation", said Mahatma Gandhi

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Impact of Women Education in Promoting Gender parity and Women’s Empowerment

Impact of Women Education in Promoting Gender Parity
and  
Women’s Empowerment
Munmun Chakraborty,
Assistant Professor
Department of Philosophy,
Assam University
Dr. Adarasupally Nataraju,
Associate Professor
Department of Philosophy,
Assam University

Abstract

In India, as we know, women constitute half the human resources and play a crucial role in the progress of the country along with men. Women have made immeasurable progress in educational, political, economic and social growth of our country. Yet, there is a large section of women who are subjugated and prohibited from basic human rights due to the gender bias construction of our society. Are we a gendered society? Even though the Indian constitution has provided equal rights and opportunities to women in all fields, in practical life a very small number of women are actually capable to utilise them appropriately. In this article, we have discussed different levels of gender discrimination and women’s exploitation that are still practiced in our country. We have tried to analyse the value of women education to eliminate this gender disparity and to empower women. Since, the illiteracy of Indian women is the biggest obstacle in the way of our progress and the root cause of women repression. It is believed that development of inner awareness within both men and women through education can eradicate this social disparity and make the society a worthy place to live in. This paper theoretically establishes the interconnectedness of women education and removal of gender disparity. This attempt is more of a conceptual analysis and is not based on empirical data.

Key words: Gender-discrimination, women education, women’s empowerment, gender parity, human awareness.

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Teachers’ Opinion on Unit Tests

Teachers’ Opinion on Unit Tests

Dr. Subir Sen
B. Ed. Department, Kalna College,
Kalna, Burdwan, WB, India.

 

 

Abstract

In the present work a questionnaire is framed to collect the teachers’ opinion about unit test. Seventeen questions are selected for this work. Opinions are taken from teachers of different schools under West Bengal Board of Secondary Education, as they are directly attached to teaching learning process. Questionnaire is made by considering different problems of teaching-learning, infrastructural availability, socio-economic conditions and guardians’ attitudes.

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Stress in Women School Teachers

Stress in Women School Teachers

Dr.Sunita Goel, Assistant Professor
G.G.S.College of Education,
Giddarbaha(Punjab)
 

Abstract

The objective of the present study is to investigate the level of stress in private and government women school teachers of different age levels. The sample consisted of 60 (30 private and 30 government) women school teachers of young (22-32) and old (48-58) age groups. Stress level was measured by Singh Personal Stress Source Inventory, developed by Arun Kumar Singh (2004). Data were analyzed by t- radio. It is observed that there is a significant difference between private and government, young and old women school teachers in terms of their stress level.

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DYNAMICS OF MANAGERIAL PLANNING IN AN ACADEMIC LIBRARY: FOCUS ON UNIVERSITY OF GHANA LIBRARY

DYNAMICS OF MANAGERIAL PLANNING IN AN
ACADEMIC LIBRARY: FOCUS ON UNIVERSITY OF GHANA LIBRARY

OPOKU, DANIEL
Senior Librarian
Balme Library, University of Ghana

Abstract

Most academic library planning in Ghana as they exist today are not adequate to anticipate the changing academic environment.  The libraries do not maintain effective system for relating library planning to university planning.  The library plans can be described as “informal and incomplete”.  The increasing intake of students’ admission coupled with recent introduction of sandwich and distance learning programmes obviously call for great planning of library resources, both human and material.  One of the most difficult problems facing the planning of the University of Ghana Library is that of inadequate financial support.  However, limitless the resources might be, it is the duty of the head of the university library to ensure that he/she provides the best possible service with the resources at his/her disposal through effective and efficient planning.

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