Our Commitment

University of Life

  • Career
  • Education
  • Vocational Training
  • Economic Independence


Women are bearing enormous hardship from the ancient time in India. There are many private and government organizations and institutions supporting women empowerment, promoting policy making, promoting gender-sensitive data collection, improving women’s health awareness and expanding their independency in the life. Despite such supports and human rights, women are still dependent, poor, unhealthy and illiterate. We need to think the reasons behind and solve all on immediate basis. And that’s what we do. We think of instant solution and implement instantly in support of Girl starting from her education to her career and skill development and many more.

The lack of safe working conditions, social security benefits, and a fair wage that can only be paid by formal sector employers with high productivity and output ratios, induces women to opt out of employment unless critical for their basic sustenance as the incremental economic and societal benefit for them to remain a part of the workforce is very suboptimal in most cases.

To take their rightful place within Indian workforce and society at large, our women need lot more formal sector employment opportunities with better wages. And this cannot happen till formal sector employment grows in its own right.

It has been known worldwide that women continue to bear the major share of household work and childcare. The women are expected to invest more in child’s education over professional achievement thereby surfacing the skewed work-family equation. However, this highlights the contrasting situations in west; there is decline in fertility rates because women prefer to opt out of marriages for better employment prospects whereas here, children’s future achievements take the front seat instead of career development. This has led to urban and educat4ed Indian women dropping out of the labor pool. Neither of these, however, seems an optimal outcome for society. The only thing that can address this issue is by encouraging workplaces to become more responsive to family needs and to promote sharing of household responsibilities between both the genders.

Girl Child Education

“Girls’ education is about so much more than knowledge. By ensuring that a girl has equal access to education, employment and adequate health care, the benefits will be passed on to her children (both boys and girls), community and her country.”

Many of us take our education for granted. We do not appreciate what it affords us. But imagine if you weren’t lucky enough to receive an education. Where would you be? Receiving an education empowers girls to take control of their lives, their families, and their future. Girls with dreams become women with vision – let’s create a world where this vision runs wild and free. Join us to educate the girl child to educate the world.

Vocational Training

It is a common thing to observe that women are unable to complete their studies or do not get proper jobs or lack in skills, which lead to their deteriorating financial condition, they are dependent on others or they are unable to support their families. By providing vocational training to the girls and women, we can help them a step further so that they could do things on their own and earn their bread. With the vocational training, women can get economically empowered even when they do not have any proper job. They can start their businesses, they can make and sell things from home, they can get jobs in manufacturing units, etc. There are many training sessions conduct online and offline as well so women, who are working from home or working online, can enhance their skills. Let’s plan that how can we do more to provide an easy access to the vocational training and which NGOs or firms are offering them in your regions.

Economic Independence

Economic empowerment is the capacity of women and men to participate in, contribute to and benefit from growth processes in ways that recognize the value of their contributions, respect their dignity and make it possible to negotiate a fairer distribution of the benefits of growth. Economic empowerment increases women’s access to economic resources and opportunities including jobs, financial services, property and other productive assets, skills development and market information. We provide a platform in which the experts share their knowledge for the economic betterment and economic independence of the women who reach us.

  • Educating working women with reference to different schemes designed for their benefits by the Government of India.
  • Implementing different schemes for women originated by Government of India. These schemes are executed through Non-Governmental Organizations
  • Developing awareness among working women about diverse schemes implemented through district, provincial and state government

Seed of Awareness

To promote the rights of children especially girls and mobilize them for development and participation through Research, Education and Action oriented programs’ directed towards their empowerment.

  • Women’s Rights Awareness
  • Abort Child Abuse

Women’s Rights Awareness

The knowledge about the lawful rights of women is the most significant characteristic of gender equality. This would help women to vocalize their mistreatment at diverse places and will also operate as an instrument for their fight for impartiality. The inability to access to the legal system makes women vulnerable. This can be resolved through developing awareness of women’s rights.

  • To develop awareness among women about their rights, safeguard given to them by constitution, and by various regulations and rules.
  • To inform women from urban and rural areas concerning their constitutional rights and civil privileges so that they can fight against inequalities.
  • To educate women for their self-sufficiency so that they cannot be disadvantaged from their authorized rights.
  • To empower women with knowledge of various steps to wrestle for violence against them.

Abort Child Abuse

Most people would agree child abuse is a heartbreaking issue, yet many believe it’s not something that could happen to anyone they know or love. On the contrary, child abuse happens everywhere — in all types of homes, families, neighborhoods, schools, churches, and communities. No population, culture, or socioeconomic group is immune. Child abuse is likely present somewhere in your very own network. April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. We strongly believe that spreading awareness of the realities of child abuse by displaying a pinwheel in your workplace, organization, or community is the key to abort Child Abuse. The more we talk about and spread awareness regarding the realities of child abuse, the closer we come to ending it.

The Power of Sports

Today, the ‘value’ of a sport is primarily based on TV viewership and attendance. For women’s sport, it is widely assumed that ‘the attendance and viewing is just not there.’ While these traditional yardsticks are an important trading currency, one of the researches shows that women’s sport has broader engagement, influence and value.

Top-level traditional metrics do not favor women’s sports: women’s sport makes up just 10% of live sports broadcasts; and with a unique broadcast reach across the keys sports of 5 million people it represents just 36% of the audience of men’s sport (13.8 million).

But women’s sport is growing and this is an indicator of future success. There are now seven professional women’s sports leagues, five of which have been established in the past five years. As popularity continues to increase, it’s inevitable that both brands and rights holders have questions about audience, engagement, opportunities and return-on-investment attached to women’s sport.

Overcoming barriers to engagement is key. Interest in women’s leagues and sports is higher when a free-to-air broadcasting strategy has been developed and executed. One-in-two (48%) people say they would watch more women’s sport if it was accessible on free-to-air TV or free online. Facebook is the most popular social media channel to follow women’s sport (87%), followed by YouTube (56%), and Instagram (43%).

The rate of change in women’s sport is one of the most exciting trends in the sports industry right now. At 5MW, we are committed to integrating women’s sport into our current platforms for more accurate and comparable measurement of key metrics. By collaborating with the industry, we also need to develop new inputs including digital, social, net promoter scores and growth indices to provide a more complete picture.

Making sense of what the future holds for women’s sport and the opportunities attached to it is fundamental. For rights holders, brands and the media, women’s sport represents a chance to develop a new commercial proposition and engage fans in a different way.