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73rd Constitutional Amendment and Women’s Empowermentan Empirical Study in Tribal and Non-tribal Districts, Odisha


  • Panchayati Raj Department, Government of Odisha, India


Empowerment of women is viewed as all round development in the status of women that can be realised through several inter-related and mutually reinforcing components such as awareness development in regard to Socio-Economic Status, discrimination, rights and opportunity towards gender equality, which ultimately develop their ability to plan and pursue economic activities, participate in the decision making process at all spheres.

The present study undertakes re-examination of the relationship between the socio-economic status of women vis a vis political participation in tribal and non-tribal districts of Odisha. Besides, it also suggests suitable measures towards policy formulation for ensuring effective participation of women.

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