Women and Education Close to 245 million Indian women lack the basic capability to read and write.
Adult literacy rates for ages 15 and above for the year 2000 were Female! - 46.4%,  Male! - 69%.

Lack of well planned Educational, Economic and Social Programmes from grass root level is highly responsible for such pitiable scenario in the country. Women being vulnerable by this sort of negligence are compel to divert themselves to choose dark route of survival in the form of abuse or sexually exploited product of consumption. In most cases, they cannot get justice despite their voices for survival to get rid of violence. We need communities and individuals to be a part of this change in mindsets, attitudes and beliefs. We call on the Government of Delhi and India to do everything in their power to take up radical reforms, ensure justice and reach out with robust public services to make women's lives more safe and secure.

Create healthy environment for women and girls everywhere by supporting efforts to end violence against them, bringing them to the center of peace building, advancing their political participation and leadership and increasing their economic empowerment. Create awareness everywhere about women to end exploitation against women and girl through the education and strong social, moral, and cultural values and make strong laws to punish victim immediately in Present Indian society.

• Violence against women is the main challenge which women is facing in the societies in India.
• Somtimes the word sould be given “The Hate Crime” , thus the type of violence is gender based that means of violence is on the females only.
• The violence against the women is universely unequal between women and men. This results the women are forced to adopt the subordinate position as compared with men.
• The world health organisation is in research on VAW diveded the five stages of life cycle are pre birth, infancy, girlhood, adolescence and adulthood and ederly.