In that remote village, Vanathaipuram of Theni District, late at that night, the researcher and another social activist, started the meeting for Datot men’s group.
Vocational Training and Information Technologies for Rural Women Rural women education and training are essential components of any strategy to improve agricultural and non-farm productivity and rural incomes.
With a view to equalize the status of a woman with man and removing disparities and prejudice our Constitution provides equal rights and privilege for men and women and also special provision for the development and upliftment of their social, economic and political status.
The girls are very useful at home for carrying out domestic duties and so mothers are reluctant to send them to school. A large number of children in the rural areas are undernourished. They hardly have a square meal a day. Unless the parents are given some kind of economic relief, it will be impossible
Girls and women are entering schools and colleges in ever-larger numbers almost all over the world, although access to women education remains a challenge in many countries. There are hopeful signs of change according to the World Atlas of Gender Equality in Education (UNESCO, 2012).
The girl child is a critical agent in any society. The care given to her as a child and adolescent, to her health and nutrition, education and economic potential determines her women empowerment, and thus of the future generation, of both men and women (Anand and Yadav, 2006).
At the beginning of the 20th century, there were hardly any schools for girls in Delhi. The pioneers in this field all over India were Christian missionaries who were allowed to operate in India in the East India Company’s territories after the Charter Act of 1813.