WITH WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN MAKE IN INDIA, ITS GDP BOUND TO INCREASE SIGNIFICANTLY: PHDFWF

WITH WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN MAKE IN INDIA, ITS GDP BOUND TO INCREASE SIGNIFICANTLY: PHDFWF

WITH WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN MAKE IN INDIA, ITS GDP BOUND TO INCREASE SIGNIFICANTLY: PHDFWF

 

No.PR-86
September 13, 2016
New Delhi
 

WITH WOMEN EMPOWERMENT IN MAKE IN INDIA, ITS GDP BOUND TO INCREASE SIGNIFICANTLY: PHDFWF
 

2nd Session on Women Entrepreneurs and their Role in Make in India –Developing and Transforming it, organized today here by PHD Family Welfare Foundation concluded with a happy note that with increased women participation in Make in India, would substantially enhance India’s GDP, which is estimated to inch towards 8 per cent shortly.
 

Prominent among those that participated in today’s event comprised Executive Director, Gayatri Sugars Ltd., Ms. T Sarita Reddy; Founder, Kilol Fabric Pvt. Ltd., Ms. Mamta Mansingka;, Managing Director, Jindal Saw Ltd., Ms. Sminu Jindal with Chairperson, Women & Child Development Committee, PHD Chamber, Ms. Anuradha Goel collectively felt that with increased opportunities for women not only India’s GDP accelerate but also its social and economic divide bridge a great deal.
 

Senior Vice President, PHD Chamber, Mr. Gopal S Jiwarajka, its Vice President and Secretary General, Mr. Anil Khaitan and Mr. Saurabh Sanyal also felt that besides empowerment to women entrepreneurs, these should be equip with adequate opportunities so that their collective skills are utilised for both economic and social gains of the country.
 

Speaking on the occasion Ms. Reddy emphasized that women entrepreneurs struggle a lot to balance their social and business life with successfully encountering the multiple challenges and therefore, their creativity need to be encouraged for securing higher gains for society in general.
 

Ms. Mansingka in her address stressed that handicraft and other prevailing crafts and arts of the country also need to be empowered with sufficient encouragement and incentives to realize the collective potential of women across India.
 

In her observations, Ms. Jindal emphasized on opportunities for women more than their empowerment in some sense and called that with this approach, the women through out the country would feel encouraged and motivated.
 

Ends.

Koteshwar Prasad Dobhal
Consultant (PR)