International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 6, Issue 12, Part C (2020)
A study to assess the level of knowledge towards women empowerment among women in selected urban areas of Pune city
Manisha Karkar, Riya Biju, Anina Mary Daniel, Anju S Thomas, Kunal Bhawankar and Harshada Devkate
The Emotional, cultural, psychological stereo typing of women begins when the doctor said it’s a girl child such is the predominance of male chronicum especially in the northern rural states of India whose preamble offers right to equality in India men are thought the apologize for their misbehaviour and weakness and women for their strength. In the year 2015 Dr. Vipin Kumar Singh from New Delhi, put forward the study that deals with the role of women this paper have been delivered numerous studies on government across India covering variety of problems and issues. In order to make the women economically independent, the need 3 L’s learning, labour and leadership. Learning is first step towards this target. It is the foundation on which the change can be occurred. Labour and leadership are the other two roles which leads to women empowerment. Quantitative research approach was used for the research study. The nonexperimental descriptive research design was used for giving information about the existing situation keeping in view the object of the study. The study consists of 100samples which are selected by non-probability convenient sampling.
Demographic data of the sample was statistically analysed by using frequency and percentage it was observed that is out of 100% samples. that 32% of the samples were from age group 21-30years, 39% of the were from age group 31-40years, 20% of them were from age group 41-50years, remaining 9% of them were from age group 51-60years. 30% of women studying in primary, 28% of women studying in secondary, 31% of women studying in higher secondary and 11% of women studying in degree. 8% of women are doing Government job, 6% of women are doing business, 66% of women are in house wife category and remaining 20% of women are in service. 9% of women are unmarried, 82% of women are married and remaining 9% of women are widow. 25% of women family are nuclear, 66% of women family are joint, 7% of women family are extended and remaining 2% women family are all of the above. It has been found that 5% of women have poor knowledge level on women empowerment, about 90% of women have average knowledge level on women empowerment and only 5% of women have good knowledge level on women empowerment.
How to cite this article:
Manisha Karkar, Riya Biju, Anina Mary Daniel, Anju S Thomas, Kunal Bhawankar, Harshada Devkate. A study to assess the level of knowledge towards women empowerment among women in selected urban areas of Pune city. Int J Appl Res 2020;6(12):172-174.