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Mainstreaming Economic Empowerment of Women through State Govt. Scheme (Sakhi Mandal Scheme) in Kheda District

Author Affiliations

  • 1 Sardar Patel Institute of Economic and Social Research,Gujarat, INDIA
  • 2 Gujarat National Law University, Gujarat, INDIA

Int. Res. J. Social Sci., Volume 2, Issue (2), Pages 27-33, February,14 (2013)

Abstract

In current years, the traditional position of women have undergone some modification due to economic requirements, and some efforts were made to convey visibility and mainstreaming women’s involvement to the overall growth and development of the social order. The State Government has taken initiatives to upliftment of economic stability of women. In light of the above dialogue and phenomenal of ongoing expansion of Sakhi Mandal Scheme, it is stated of economic point of view. Need to be reframed last one decade have seen a remarkable change in women’s attitudes and thinking of economic empowerment has awakened from passivity to action in Kheda district. What has bought to change? This study analysis of the Sakhi Mandal programme to satisfy the various needs of urban and rural needy women of in Kheda district of Gujarat. The analysis of the data reveals that there is an entirety economic satisfaction with regards to working environment and Govt. policy for upliftment of economic empowerment of women.

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