Development Program

Women's Social Development

India has experienced rapid growth and development in the past years in many spheres. However, the Indian development model has yet to fully incorporate the important role played by women for propelling the socio-economic growth of the country. Current governments at state and central level must understand that no nation can progress unless its women are given equal access to opportunities and adequate safety and security.

A member of the so-called “BRICS” countries, India is noted for its rapidly expanding economy. Though India has certainly grown more prosperous in the recent decades, some groups have benefited from this boom more than others. In particular, women have faced a range of structural and social barriers in fully participating in the Indian economy, which not only hinders their individual agency but also limits India’s ability to continue to modernize.

Key Challenges

Gender based inequality
Lack of participation in social development programs
Lack of education facilities for girls in rural areas
Childhood marriage
Lack of initiatives by Government for addressing women's issues


  • Encourage participation of women
  • Treating girls and boys equally
  • Make women equal partners in decision making
  • Husband & Wife should together head the family
  • Ensure equal access to all resources
  • Conduct special social conclaves for women
  • A fearless atmosphere for women of all strata in the society
  • Ensure sports facilities dedicated to women
  • Government should plan for such events on special days like Republic Day, Independence Day
  • Government should provide equal opportunity to women
  • Ensure safety of women participating in social development programs
  • Filling up vacancies as per Government quota