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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.11, No. 02)

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Page : 1182-1191

Keywords : Muslim Minority Women Educational Status of UP Backward Marginalized and deprivation Challenges for Muslim Women;

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India is the sixth-largest economy in terms of nominal GDP and the third-largest by purchasing power parity (PPP). Our country is moving globally and there are many factors that influence the economic growth and development of the country, such as education, political and social organizations etc.There is no doubt thateducation is the basic and fundamental demand for the development.It also create an impact on national integrity and equality while, gender inequality in education frames thedisparate position of women in the social system. Education can increase the efficiency andthe manpower of individual.countries cannot achieve their objectiveswithout humanefforts and organizational structure.In India women constitute around 50% of total population but they neither received a quality education nor a proper workplace. Among all religious communities, Muslim women are the least educated and suffering from backwardness as compared toMuslim men andnon-Muslim women as well. Hence, it is necessary to take essential steps torecommend a positive attitude for the educational development of Muslim Minority women.

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