Human development can be attributed to different factors that directly affect the process of the growth of the human capital in any corner of the world. The successive human development reports that begun to appear since 1990s have indicated that the role of government and more recently non-government agencies to play to improve the living conditions of people and more particularly that of the women with the notion of empowerment. The term empowerment is constituent of the most important word power. It was the power symmetries in the society by gender that gave way to the male exploitation over female and for the persistence of women’s subordination. During the post war period around the world and during the struggle for national freedom in India, women as an oppressed class raised their voice against the injustices waged against them.Thus, the Present Study was conducted on Role of NGOs in Women’s Empowerment- A case Study was conducted in Rural Karnataka.