Advancement in NLP with Decision Tree: The Impact of social media on Enhancing Women's Safety in Indian Cities


  • C. Gazala Akhtari
  • B. Vyhnavi
  • D. Deekshitha



Women’s Safety, Social Media, Indian Cities, Metropolitan Cities.


Women and girls have been experiencing a lot of violence and harassment in public places in various cities starting from stalking and leading to sexual harassment or sexual assault. There have been several studies that have been conducted in cities across India and women report similar type of sexual harassment and passing off comments by other unknown people. The study that was conducted across most popular Metropolitan cities of India including Delhi, Mumbai, and Pune, it was shown that 60 % of the women feel unsafe while going out to work or while travelling in public transport. This work basically focuses on the role of social media in promoting the safety of women in Indian cities with special reference to the role of social media websites and applications including Twitter platform Facebook and Instagram. This work also focuses on how a sense of responsibility on part of Indian society can be developed the common Indian people so that they should focus on the safety of women surrounding them. Tweets on Twitter which usually contains images and text and also written messages and quotes which focus on the safety of women in Indian cities can be used to read a message amongst the Indian Youth Culture and educate people to take strict action and punish those who harass the women. Twitter and other Twitter handles which include hash tag messages that are widely spread across the whole globe sir as a platform for women to express their views about how they feel while they go out for work or travel in a public transport and what is the state of their mind when they are surrounded by unknown men and whether these women feel safe or not?




How to Cite

Akhtari , C. G., B. Vyhnavi, & D. Deekshitha. (2023). Advancement in NLP with Decision Tree: The Impact of social media on Enhancing Women’s Safety in Indian Cities. Journal of Science & Technology (JST), 8(12), 195–207.

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