ROLE OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION IN WOMEN EMPOWERMENT (A STUDY EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION IN KARACHI)

Authors

  • Ms. Fatima Asif Research Scholar, Management Sciences Department, UIT University

Keywords:

Pedagogical Approaches, Socioeconomic Empowerment, Educational Access, Decision-making Proficiency

Abstract

This study investigates the pivotal role played by educational institutions in fostering women's empowerment, with a specific focus on institutions in Karachi, Pakistan. In recent years, the significance of women's empowerment has gained considerable attention globally, and education is widely acknowledged as a key catalyst for social change. The research employs a qualitative approach, combining interviews, surveys, and case studies to explore the multifaceted ways in which educational institutions contribute to women's empowerment in the local context. The study examines the curriculum, teaching methodologies, and extracurricular activities implemented by educational institutions to empower women. It also delves into the challenges faced by women in accessing education and the support systems in place to address these barriers. Additionally, the research assesses the impact of education on women's self-esteem, decision-making abilities, and overall socio-economic status. Findings from this study aim to inform policymakers, educators, and community leaders about effective strategies to enhance women's empowerment through education. By understanding the specific dynamics at play in Karachi's educational landscape, recommendations can be tailored to address the unique needs and challenges faced by women in the region. Ultimately, this research contributes to the ongoing dialogue on the transformative potential of education in advancing gender equality and empowering women in diverse cultural contexts.

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Published

2023-12-31

How to Cite

ROLE OF EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION IN WOMEN EMPOWERMENT (A STUDY EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION IN KARACHI). (2023). SOCIAL AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES RESEARCH JOURNAL, 1(2), 71-83. https://smsrj.com/index.php/smsrj/article/view/35