Empowering Rural Women In The Field of Biomass Technology Towards Uplifting Economic Status in India

  • Chandra A
  • Reddy K
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Women empowerment acts like a leader, mentor, guide, teacher and motivator. From 20 th century the women entrepreneur breaks down the barriers and overcome this paradox. The international center for research on women (ICRW) has studied the ways in which the improved economic status of women positively affects children families and societies. Today 1.1 billion people globally lack access to electricity and 2.9 billion use solid biomass for cooking and heating, other resources energies like water saving, irrigation i.e. drip irrigation. In the technology of bio-mass the entrepreneur should investigate towards flour mill, harvesting operaters and irrigation techniques. Based on current trends it will take until 2080 to achieve universal access to electricity and 22 nd century for access to non polluting energy for domestic process. In Telangana regions there is a stressed owing to farm yields and unpredictable rains, due to total family income constraints its pathetic and family are stressed unduly. The Rural Women Technology Park (RWTP) has been conceptualized and is being implemented in rural Telangana as a means of introducing Technological interventions. This paper inculcates the mobile gasified based energy services in rural women community of Warangal District, Telangana State towards the awareness program and case analysis conducted in the Mandal of Parkal by taking selected clusters of villages.

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Chandra, A. V., & Reddy, K. N. (2017). Empowering Rural Women In The Field of Biomass Technology Towards Uplifting Economic Status in India. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT) (pp. 2249–8958).

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