The Status of Muslim Women in Higher Education in the Post-Sachar Scenario: Initiatives, Achievements and Challenges

Authors

  • Dr. Sayyada Begum Assistant Professor Department of English S.D.D. K.K. College, Chingrawathi, Bulandshahr (U.P.)

Keywords:

Discrimination, Community, Reservation, Empowerment, Development

Abstract

The government must provide a platform for equitable a participation and inclusive growth. First of all, creating sufficient awareness about various existing facilities, schemes and programmes is very important. Affirmative action to address the serious issue needs to be undertaken. Considering the gravity of the situation, a Constitution amendment may become necessary to provide justice to the religious minorities who are suffering because of the constitutional discrimination against them. Muslims being as backward as SCs/ STs are not getting the benefits of reservation simply because of their religious identity. The present paper The Status of Muslim Women in Higher Education in the Post-Sachar Scenario: Initiatives, Achievements and Challenges argues that this issue needs to be given due consideration so that reservation can be extended to Muslims like any other community.

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Published

2020-08-30

How to Cite

Dr. Sayyada Begum. (2020). The Status of Muslim Women in Higher Education in the Post-Sachar Scenario: Initiatives, Achievements and Challenges. The Creative Launcher, 5(3), 226–238. Retrieved from https://www.thecreativelauncher.com/index.php/tcl/article/view/183