The Role of Women Education for a Sustainable Development of the Balanced Society

6 Pages Posted: 30 Mar 2015  

Harsha Dhar G.

Kuvempu University

K. R. Shashirekha

Kuvempu University - Department of Studies in Economics

Date Written: March 26, 2015

Abstract

An educating men and women are a key for sustainable development of the nation. Raising the education levels, literacy rates of women is one of the most effective investments for increasing female productivity on top of enhancing the well-being of families. In developing countries, reducing gender inequality in literacy and in primary, secondary and management education is essential to reducing poverty and accelerating sustainable development. The educational gender gap in favor of women starts young in some of restricted areas. Girls now tend to do better at school than boys in almost civilized areas. The gender differential is particularly large in educationally back-worded, traditionally captured and under developed regions. Educated women provide plan-document to be used for physical development of the human habitat. Therefore, the presence of educated women is needed to play as a system for environmental development furthermore sustainable development. Including the above possessions both qualitative and quantitative methods were used in the study. Paper has assembled three objectives also framed a couple of hypotheses. Finally the study revises a various participation strategies, terms and conditions, facts and figures associated to women education and sustainable development emphasizes to prioritize as according to the need of the balanced society.

Keywords: Sustainable Development, Well-being, Reconciliation, Balanced Society, Civilized, Emphasizes

Suggested Citation

G., Harsha Dhar and Shashirekha, K. R., The Role of Women Education for a Sustainable Development of the Balanced Society (March 26, 2015). Nitte University, Fourth International Conference on Higher Education: Special Emphasis on Management Education, December 29-30 2014. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2585485 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2585485

Harsha Dhar G. (Contact Author)

Kuvempu University ( email )

Shimoga Dist.
Shankaraghatta, Karnataka 577 451
India

K. R. Shashirekha

Kuvempu University - Department of Studies in Economics

SH 57
Sandvidya Nagar
Shivamogga, Karnataka 577203
India

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