This Program was sanctioned by National Commission for Women during the year2017-18 . Main objectives of seminar was as under-
To analysis on wide gap between the muslim women and the women belonging to other religion and communities in the context of higher education.
To discuss on challenges and problems of muslim girls specially higher education
To look at the educational status of muslim women and their attitude towards the education of their girls specially in higher education.
To provide an in depth analysis of the socio economic status of the mulim women and look at the factors affecting the educational status of the women and girls especially in higher level.
To examine the socialization of the muslim girls child and to see the relationship between education employment and social status. Seminar was inaugurated by Shree Mahmood Zafar Rahmani Chairman Social Welfare Council of India. The participants in the seminar included women representatives of Non Government Organizations from different Districts, Social workers students’ .Resource persons were generally Professor and lecturer of different Universities.
Educational Status Of The Muslim Women in context of Sachar Committee Report by Dr Subhi Educationist, ex Lecturer Shia PG collage Lucknow
Analysis On Wide Gap Between The Muslim Women And The Women Belonging To Other Communities In The Context Of Higher Education by Mrs Naaz Raza Chairman Bahin a Women Empowerment Organization
The Factors Affecting the Educational Status of The Women And Girls Especially In Higher Level by Dr Athar Rizvi Associate Professor Department of Political Science Lucknow University Lucknow
Analysis of surveys conducted regarding muslim Higher Education by Dr Maroof Head of Department Urdu J L PG collage Amroha
Education And The Muslim Women In India by Dr Ajai singh Advocate Supreme Court
Status of education among Muslims and other weaker sections by Dr Furqan Lecturer Women College Aligarh
A seminar on organic agriculture and women empowerment, organize in District Faizabad, in the participation of women of different blocks of district. Addressing to the participants, guest speakers Sri. Manoj Shukla agriculture scientist said that gender relationships are fundamental worldwide to the organization of farm work and to farm decision making. Surprisingly, there is not enough attention given to gender issues within the organic and sustainable farming movements. However, both could benefit, according to the authors of this book: women can gain empowerment by participating in the movement and organic organisations gain from the knowledge and insights of these women. In this book, people from the south suggest a range of measures to increase women’s voice, for example by encouraging women to take up community leadership. Women need to participate in all decision making aspects of sustainable and organic agriculture; as farmers, as researchers and as leaders. Positive support of men, training in organic methods, women friendly spaces and women’s presence in organic research institutions will help. He stress that food security as a priority for organics may also enable empowerment, since women hold a central role in improving nutrition in the household.