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English Essay On Women Empowerment for odisha exam
Posted on: 5, November 2020

English Essay On Women Empowerment for Odisha exam

In the past, women were treated as mere slaves. As they belong to the weaker sex, men used to keep them under their thumb. They were denied freedom. They were kept like dumb cattle within the four walls of the house. Indeed, they had no rights. Their most sacred duty was to obey blindly.

Though the conditions in the country are fast-changing, yet women are still treated, in some respects, in the same old way. There are still people who feel happy in the family when a female child is born. Even an only daughter is supposed to be a curse for the family.

Our country is changing politically, economically, and socially, at a swift speed. The condition of women is also gradually changing. They have begun to take their due place in free India as is evident from the following facts.

In free India, women cannot be kept as sheer domestic servants. They have to play a vital role in the development of the country. That is why more and more girls are getting an education. No distinction is now made in matters of education between boys and girls. Educations are bound to give a place of honour in society.

Our constitution has given equal rights to women. No distinction has been made on the basis of caste, religions, or sex. Their rights have thus been safeguarded. Reservation for women in state assemblies, parliaments, and the upper house is apt to be enacted in near future.

Many a woman has begun to occupy a high position in the life of our country. There are a number of lady ministry and deputy ministers. Besides this, women are taking to the professions of doctors, nurses, teachers, lawyers, engineers, judges, etc., in an ever increasing number. Today there are women who are competent police officers. Now there are women in the military, navy, and air force also. This clearly shows in which direction the wind is blowing.

Also, Indians girls bagged two beauty crowns in 1994. Sushmita sen won the Miss Universe title and Aishwarya rai bagged the miss world crown followed by Priyanka Chopra. More recently, women have proved their mettle by begging Olympic medals in Rio Olympics.

From the above brief account, it is evident, that the place of woman in free India is becoming more and more secure with the change of times. She can no longer be dominated and driven like dumb cattle by man. She is on the march. She is now an equal partner in her family. Her future is bright.

 


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