The main purpose of the study was to assess the Role of Education for Empowerment of Women in Kashmir. Sixty women have been selected randomly from all the 10 districts of Kashmir valley. A self-constructed questionnaire was employed to get the relevant data. It was found that 1) 100% women feel that education has a very great role. 2) 100% women are of the opinion that education is very necessary for both boys and girls. 3) 100% women are of the opinion that education makes women powerful and independent. 4) Only 63.33% women know about women empowerment. 5) The study reveals that 100% women feel that education plays a great role in empowering women. 6) Only 90% women know about their rights. 7) 96.66% women feel that education plays a role to securing women rights. 8) 100% women believe that an educated women is empowered. 9) 73% women feel that educated women manage her family well than uneducated. 10) 93% women feel that uneducated women cannot guide her family properly. 11) 100% women are of the opinion that educated women have high status in the society. 12) Only 40% women are of the opinion that educated women are satisfied with their rights. 13) 100% women give message spread education to everyone.
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