penultimate goal by getting into Criminal Psychology and completing my Masters in same
stream. The zeal to learn more led me into another
course in Forensic Science from Department of Anthropology, Faculty of Science
and University of Delhi under the guidance of Dr. Surinder Nath.After having expertise
in the field of Psychology, Counselling and in other fields I was
honoured with the Degree of LLB from CCS University.
decades of experience in psychology, I “Mrs Anuja Kapur” decided to raise my voice for victims of rape, eve teasing, violence and acid
attacks. Further I wenton to receive International Diploma in Victimology from, The
Tokiawa International Victimlogy Institute, Japan.
attack survivor is the inspiration that helps me move towards my goal in life. . When the world started
looking at her differently she remained unaffected. She wan only
15 years old when she fell victim to this horrific acid attack. Her story of courage and how
she found beauty in herself when she thought it had been lost is the
perfect example of justice and content.
is a growing recognition that
women’s rights affect us all, and that we need to strive for more female
representation at all levels. Whether
it’s your mother, grandmother, sister, daughter, girlfriend, or a female
friend… Why not celebrate International Women’s Day by making them feel
special? International Women’s
Day is a symbol of the struggles
that women around the world have undergone to gain equality and rights. This celebration aids me to be more
enwrapped about women and their
struggles worldwide. Raise awareness of women’s issues using social media. Be ever present to the women in my life because I am one of them and celebrating with them is
an essential aspect.
around the world on this occasion?
Day is the day to pay tribute to every Woman and to salute her immense
contribution in shaping the society. We as women need to feel special and unique about
ourselves as the world is an incomplete place without us. We should be proud of
ourselves as we play a significant part in nurturing humanity. Women are and always have been a source of inspiration for
the family and the society. Happy Women’s Day to you!
according to you is ‘women empowerment’?
empowerment has become a significant topic of discussion in development and economics.Women
empowerment is to empower women by promoting their participation in all areas
and sectors to build stronger economies, improve their quality of life and
bring gender equality.Women
empowerment is the empowerment of women which helps them to
take their own decisions by breaking all personal limitations of the society
and family. To move ahead in the society together. Many programmes have been implemented
and run by the government such as International
Women’s day, mother’s day,
etc in order to bring awareness in the society about the true rights and value
of the women in the development of the nation. The percentage of
illiterate population in India is mostly covered by the women. The real meaning
of the women empowerment is to make them well educated and leave them free so
that they can be capable to take their own decisions in any field.
curse for long. They
have been considered as inferior than men for many years. Due tothis lower status they have to
face various issues and problems in their life. They have to go extra miles
than men to prove themselves equivalent to men. Women frequently face struggles
such as sexual harassment, dowry, disparity in education and child marriage. Still in the modern age, women have to face
many difficulties in their daily life and
struggle a lot to set up their career. They have to suffer a lot in their
daily life to nourish their career as well as saving their family
do you want to see yourself in next 5 years?
not anymore as a woman but as a person who appreciates herself. In 5 years my
team will be expanding in to a more developed and more matured human race
rather than a man or a woman. Even
though the government has implemented a wide array of programs, policies, and
various schemes to combat against crimes and evil doing against women, but my team
and me will always be there in support for the destitute.
|Anuja Kapur, Criminal Psychologist