International Research Journal of Commerce , Arts and Science

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Vol -  12, Issue- 4 ,         Page(s) : 18 - 28  (2021 ) DOI :


This research paper is an attempt to discover efficacious ways to do economic empowerment of rural women in India with the valuation of their current economic situation. Despite the fact that India attained its freedom nearly 70 years ago and currently has the fastest growing economy, the poor status of women still plaguing the country. The answer of this study give a clear exhibition that though Indian government, constitutional bodies and international organization including World Bank and United Nations strive hard, proper access to glory and land is unachievable for rural women in India. Gender disparity in income and inadequate technical aptitude are major obstruction in economic empowerment of rural women.

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• Vishnuvarthini, R. and Ayyothi, A. M. (2016). “The Role of SHGs in Women Empowerment: A Critical Review”. IOSR Journal of Economics and Finance 7(3)-33-39.

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