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The present paper is prepared to identify the areas of training and educational needs for
rural women empowerment, the restrictions faced by rural women in hilly regions in the
direction of their self-employment and suggestions to overcome some problems. Women
empowerment is an energetic and dynamic process that facilitates them to realize their identity
and power in all characteristics. Although it allows them to use the knowledge, the more
sovereign rights they are in decision making, the better able to plan their work, free them from
custom buildings and practises which are not acceptable. Empowerment is a process involving
continuous changes in the relationship of power among various groups, individual citizens and
social groups in society. The true meaning of the franchise is that it cannot be granted by others
but must be increased by those looking for it. However, it is most reliable to view individuals,
community groups as a process in which they progress toward organised and open social
activities. Empowerment of women can also be used as tool.
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