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Bridging the Education Gap: Addressing Gender Inequality in Education

Submitted by vignanonline on Wed, 03/08/2023 - 05:30
Bridging the Education Gap: Addressing Gender Inequality in Education

Education is considered the most powerful tool to empower people and help them achieve their dreams. However, for many women around the world, access to education is limited or nonexistent. According to UNESCO, 130 million girls between the ages of 6 and 17 are out of school globally. Bridging the education gap and addressing gender inequality in education is crucial to empower women and promoting gender equality

Women Empowerment

Empowering women is an essential element in achieving sustainable development. Education plays a vital role in empowering women to participate in decision-making processes and reducing gender disparities. Women who have access to education are more likely to have better job opportunities, higher earnings, and improved mental health. Educated women can also better support their families, contribute to their communities and serve as role models for future generations of women.

Unfortunately, in some parts of the world, we are still seeing women being denied basic education. Be it, on a school campus or at home.

That is why online education can break the ice and enable women to get educated and at the same time retain their religious traditions.

From an economic point of view as well, a growing number of working women is beneficial as they will earn well and be able to purchase more goods and services.

So, it is all the more important for the entire world to empower women. And this can be achieved only through education for women.

Online Education

The rise of online education has opened new doors for women who face barriers to traditional education. Online education offers flexibility, convenience, and accessibility, allowing women to pursue their education while balancing other responsibilities such as work and family. Women who live in rural or remote areas, where access to education is limited, can benefit significantly from online education. Online education also eliminates some of the cultural and societal barriers that women face in traditional education, such as gender-based discrimination and harassment.

Online Degree Programs

In recent years, online degree programs have grown in popularity and given more women the chance to seek higher education. Women have the opportunity to get degrees from UGC-entitled universities through online degree programs without having to physically attend classes. Numerous professions, including business, technology, healthcare, and education, offer online degree programs. Women who may not be able to afford traditional higher education owing to financial restrictions have more affordable options with online degree programs.

Women Education

For the sake of achieving gender parity and lowering poverty, it is essential to invest in education for women. Women with higher levels of education are more likely to experience better health outcomes and support economic growth. Nonetheless, despite recent improvements, gender disparity in education continues to be a serious problem on a global scale. In addition to discrimination, poverty, early marriage, and pregnancy, girls still encounter obstacles to education. In addition to financial hardships, social and cultural impediments, and gender-based violence, women confront further challenges when pursuing higher education.

Closing the Education Gap

Organizations can also play a critical role in addressing gender inequality in education. They can provide funding and resources to support girls' education, develop online education programs and initiatives, and collaborate with governments and other organizations to promote gender equality in education. They can also raise awareness about the importance of education for women and the barriers they face, and advocate for policies and programs that support women's education.

Combating gender imbalance in education, and organizations is crucial. They can design online education initiatives and programs, support girls' education with financing and resources, and work with governments and other groups to advance gender equality in education. They can also promote policies and initiatives that assist women's education while raising awareness of the challenges women encounter and the value of education for them.


Empowering women and advancing gender equality is critical to close the education gap and addressing gender disparity in the classroom. Women who experience hurdles to traditional schooling have more possibilities to seek education thanks to online education and degree programs. Promoting gender equality and lowering poverty requires investing in the education of women. Governments and organizations must intervene to support women who are seeking higher education, encourage girls to attend school, and remove obstacles that prevent women from enrolling in school. Together, we can close the education gap and give women the tools they need to realize their full potential.

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Yes, the University is Entitled by University Grants Commission (UGC) to offer Online Degree Programs. All Online Programs are approved by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and UGC-DEB. UGC and (AICTE) are statutory bodies under Ministry of Education, Government of India.

Yes. The below notification UGC endorses this.

UGC Notification No. F. 1-1/2020(DEB-I) dated 4th September 2020 – Part VI, Page 79, Point. 22 - Equivalence of qualification acquired through Conventional or Online Learning:

Degrees at undergraduate and postgraduate level in conformity with UGC notification on Specification of Degrees, 2014 and postgraduate diplomas awarded through Online mode by Higher Educational Institutions, recognized by the Commission under these regulations, shall be treated as equivalent to the corresponding awards of the Degrees at undergraduate and postgraduate level and postgraduate diplomas offered through conventional mode.

No. This is an online learning mode program. In an Online mode there are regular live online sessions on weekends, online proctored exams, learner engagement activities and support, and no territorial jurisdiction.

The Degree will be awarded by Vignan's Foundation for Science, Technology, and Research (Deemed-to-be University).

The medium of instruction is English.

Color scan of the below mentioned original document is required to be uploaded on the admission portal at the time of seeking admission –

  • Grade sheet of Class 10
  • Grade sheet of Class 12
  • Grade sheet of all the Semesters of Bachelor’s Degree / Consolidated grade sheet (Only for MBA)
  • Degree Certificate / Provisional Degree Certificate (Only for MBA)
  • Transfer Certificate or Migra

The program option cannot be changed after completing the admission process. In the case of BBA – General and MBA – General, the elective courses can be chosen before the commencement of the respective semester.

BBA – 3 Years; MBA – 2 Years

BBA – 3600 hours and MBA – 3120 hours

In MBA, there are additional 480 hours of learning for the advanced certification program.

BBA – 29 + Management Thesis

MBA – 22 + Project Report + Management Thesis

Yes. Learners will be able to interact during the live sessions and through the discussion forum / chat facility on the Learning Management System (LMS).

Yes. The online sessions will be recorded and available on the Learning Management System (LMS).

Not mandatory but essential. A learner is required to have a minimum participation of 75% in all the activities.

Yes. A learner is provided access to an exhaustive and customized e-Learning Material (ELM) on the Learning Management System (LMS).

No. The content on the LMS is only meant to be used by learners enrolled in the program. Any unauthorized copying, distribution, transmission, uploading on any media, or any other use of this material is prohibited.