Financial literacy can be used to achieve social justice by empowering women, giving rise to financially independent women. Women’s empowerment is being pursued in a variety of ways around the world, with microfinance being one of them. The IIC and IEDC of Al-Ameen College, Edathala has organized a Webinar on Financial Literacy: A Tool for Women Empowerment for the students with the objective of empowering them with the knowledge to evaluate different financial products and make informed decisions. The webinar conducted on International Women’s Day, 8th March 2022 focused on imparting relevant information to protect women investors and making them aware of their rights and responsibilities. The session was coordinated by Prof. Nisha Joseph IEDC Co-ordinator and Prof. Kala N, IIC Co-ordinator with Prof Atul Sathe, Assistant Professor at H.R. College of Commerce & Economics as the resource person. The invited speaker has conducted 150+ investor awareness programs on behalf of leading financial institutions like BSE, NSE, CDSL, Kotak Mutual funds etc. through the Board of Industry-Academia Partnerships. The two-hour virtual awareness program which started at 2 pm was an attempt to clear the misconceptions in the minds of investors, channel their investments, make them aware of various asset classes, and equip them with enough financial skills so that they are financially safe. Financial awareness can help achieve one’s long-term objectives was a very applicable idea acquired by the 40 students who participated in this programme.