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Challenges in Women’s Participation. Haryana Experience Shrikant Walgad CEO Haryana. Haryana Statistics. Population (in lakh) Literacy rate (in %). Statistical Analysis. Voters in Draft Roll 2014: Male 8083804 Female 6813687 Total 14897491

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Challenges in women s participation

Challenges in Women’s Participation

Haryana Experience

Shrikant Walgad CEO Haryana

Haryana statistics

Haryana Statistics

  • Population (in lakh)

  • Literacy rate (in %)

Statistical analysis

Statistical Analysis

  • Voters in Draft Roll 2014:

    Male 8083804

    Female 6813687

    Total 14897491

  • EP Ratio: 554* / 592 (55.39% / 59.23%)

  • Sex Ratio: 843 / 877

  • EPIC%: 100%

  • PER %: 100%

    • * After current Summary Revision - EPR will be 58 %

Sex ratio

Sex Ratio

Challenges in women s participation

Elector Gender Ratio

Voter turn out

Voter turn out

Electors gender ratio

Electors Gender Ratio



  • In rural communities, many people believe women should vote after marriage—reason perhaps for the low number of female voters.

  • Gender bias and social stereotype

  • Psychological and traditional barriers

  • Male domination in decision making process

  • Migration in National Capital Region

Strategies for challenges

Strategies for Challenges

  • Women Enrollment:

  • Special attention is given by organizing the functions in the institutions meant for girls/women. For instance the state level function in 2012 was organized in DAV College for Women in Yamunanagar.

  • Director General, Women & Child Development Department, issued instructions to its machinery at the district level especially the Anganwari workers for maximizing the women enrollment.

  • MOU with Women University.

  • DEOs have also signed 796 MOUs with various Educational Institutions, NGOs, etc.

  • 63 Campus Ambassadors/Coordinators have been identified in schools and colleges.

Strategies for challenges1

Strategies for Challenges

  • Each one Reach one Campaign has been started by way of sending SMSs to already registered voters in order to take their help in approaching their near & dear ones for enrolment as voter.

  • Form 6 was supplied to the admission-seekers to Educational Institutions. The effort, though did not receive a huge response yet it made a good beginning.


  • Pre printed sankalpapatra for registration given to children along with form 6

  • Collection of forms at institution nodal office


  • DEO/ROs held meeting with Principals & also addressed students in colleges.

Strategies for challenges2

Strategies for Challenges

State icon

State Icon

Ms.Meghna Malik, the famous TV Actress ( ammaji of Na Ana is Desh lado ) has been appointed State-icon with the approval of the ECI .

Iztkra ds izgjh or sentinels of democracy

‘iztkra= dsizgjh’ or ‘Sentinels of democracy’

A contingent of student volunteers, with a strip around their waist having ‘iztkra= ds izgjh’ or ‘Sentinels of democracy’ inscribed thereon participated in the March-past on the Independence Day parade.





“Nksjk gks ;k Nksjh gks] lcdk oksV t:jh gks A”

“Chhora Ho Ya Chhori Ho, Sabka Vote Zaroori Ho.” (Haryanvi)

Other sveep strategies ad

Other SVEEP Strategies – Ad

Challenges in women s participation


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