Myself, H.C. Dr. Pallavi Garg, An Entrepreneur, a social worker, a motivational speaker, an author and a writer. I’m a self independent and a passionate women. In my academics, I have been a very bright student since childhood. I have completed my school from Punjab Board and graduation from GNDU , Amritsar. My hometown is Pathankot, Here I completed my journey from childhood to teen age. I’m passionate, independent and a single mother. I’m 30 years old and I have two kids. I lost my husband during the period of covid . My whole family and I was drowned in grief after all these conditions and circumstances. I take care of myself and my family as well as to husband business. After that I had only one purpose in life, that’s how to grow the business. But still I had to do something for myself and for all that woman’s who want to do herself but they don’t have the right guidance. Then I joined NGO, after joining this, I motivated many girls and women. I got many achievements from national and international level. As a women Entrepreneur, I got the national Award. From Grace Academy at Singapore/ USA, I got the doctorate degree in the social activist. I was also fond of writing from my childhood. At now I have turned it into my passion. As a authology and a Co- author , I have published many topics in magazines. I have also written two magazines , First magazine was on “Success “ and other which is going published in few days , that is on “ Entrepreneurship “. From the beginning, I wanted to do something for girls and women. So, with my motivational topics and business studies, I can inspire them. As a women, I want to say that women can do everything. In 21st century, women are doing all the work, that the men are doing. I tell everyone to respect women. With my story I’m telling or inspiring to everyone that, “ those who strive never give up”. So keep shining always… Women Empowerment Women’s empowerment can be defined to promoting women’s sense of self – worth , their ability to determine their own choices, and their right to influence social change for themselves and others. Women empowerment refers to making women powerful to make them capable of deciding for themselves. Women empowerment came in like a breath of fresh air. It made them aware of their rights and how they must make their own place in society rather than depending on a man. It recognized the fact that things cannot simply work in someone’s favour because of their gender. However, we still have a long way to go when we talk about the reasons why we need it. Women are known for delivering multiple roles effortlessly per day, and thus they are considered the backbone of every society. Living in male – dominating societies , women play a wide range of roles, such as caring mothers, loving daughters and a capable colleagues. The best part is that they fit the bill perfectly in every role. None the less , they’ve also stood as a neglected bunch of society in different parts of the world. Women empowerment in India is the most effective tool for development as these days; women across the world are actively working as a leader and surpassing others in all the spheres of life. As the entire world is clasping it’s breath and praying every single day for an incredible escape from the COVID-19 Pandemic, it is the women governors and nation steered by these amazing figures who are taking over the responsibilities and marching ahead in the battle alone wherever required. Women empowerment in India is dependent up to a great extent on numerous different variables that encompass geographical
setting (urban/rural) , social status , educational status, and age factor. Actions on
the women empowerment exist at the state , local and national levels. However
women encounter differentiation in most sectors like education, economic,
opportunities, health, and medical assistance, and political participation which
demonstrates that there are substantial gaps between strategy advancements and
real exercise at the community level.
Gender equality is a basic human right , and it is also
fundamental to having a peaceful, prosperous world. But girls and women
continue to face significant challenges all around the world. Women are typically
under represented in power and decisions making roles. They receive unequal pay
for equal work, and they often face legal and other barriers that affect their
opportunities at work. In the developing world, girls and women are often seen as
less valuable than boys.
Empowering women is essential to the health and social
development of families, communities, and countries. When women are living safe,
fulfilled and productive lives, they can reach their full potential . Contributing their
skills to the workforce and can raise happier and healthier children. They are also
able to help fuel sustainable economies and benefit societies and humanity at
large. A key part of this empowerment is through education. Girls who are
educated can pursue meaningful work and contribute to their country’s economy
later in life. They are also four times less likely to get married young when they
have eight years of education, meaning that they and their families are healthier.
Empowering girls is the key to
economic growth, political stability and
Help empower girls now.