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Knowing the Power of Women: Success story from the Kashmir Valley Amidst Unrest

Delivering multiple roles effortlessly every single day, women are undoubtedly the backbone of any society. Doting daughters, caring mothers, competent colleagues and a wide range of many other roles are played by women around us flawlessly and with grace.

However, they’ve also been an ignored fraction of the society in many parts of the world. This, in turn, has caused women at large to bear the brunt of inequality, oppression, financial dependability and other social evils. For centuries now, women have been living under bondage that restricts them from achieving professional as well as personal heights. But the time has changed. Now, Numerous feminist movements and ideologies have developed over the years and represent different viewpoints and aims. All the women are putting a step forward towards the growth and development of the society.

Women Empowerment

Women across India and many other countries have been able to gain financial freedom and stand up against social injustice. They’ve also become agents of change by educating and empowering other women about finding their voice and standing up for themselves.

Girls are setting examples, competing with boys and always standing first in the race. Like wise, a girl from Kashmir  Bisma Qazi, 25, has qualified Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) Civil Service Exam conducted in 2016 besides the severe conditions in the state like curfew and agitation, troubled by multiple insurgency attempts of the terror-hit. She is an electronics and communications engineer and this was her second attempt. She hopes to get into the IAS but is comfortable with IPS as well. She is an example for all men and women in the society and make them realize that women are no less than anybody in the world.

Watch Online Interview of UPSC qualified Kashmiri Girl “BISMA QAZI”