News By/Courtesy: Sankalp Tewari | 30 Dec 2020 13:34pm IST


  • Women are worshipped as Goddesses in our country, still majority of them are not given education.
  • What are the factors of law rate of girl education
  • Benifits of having a society with educated womens

India is one of the most populous nations, if we look at the population. However, the girls' education rate in the country is very poor. In a world where women are granted the role of goddesses, it is very shocking to see the numbers. To a degree, the numbers have changed dramatically, but there is still a long way to go. Women in ancient India were not permitted to even come out of their homes, but times are changing. Along with changing times, the thinking of individuals is also changing. They want their girls to be educated and see them excel in life. However, in rural India, which accounts for more than 60 percent of the population, this is not the case. To find any remedies, we need to recognize the variables responsible for such low rates of girls' education. What are the Factors for Low Rate of Girl Education? There are different reasons that make it difficult for girls in our nation to get an education. Second, the rate of poverty is worrying. Even though schooling is free, sending girls to school also entails a considerable expense. Therefore, people who struggle to make ends meet do not cover their kids' school expenses. Second, there aren't many schools in remote areas. As they are situated away from the villages, this poses a distance problem. Students have to walk for three to four hours in certain places to reach their classes. This is where the girls' welfare is undermined so that parents do not find it fit to take them so far away. Moreover, people's regressive mindset makes it difficult for girls to pursue an education. Some people also think that girls are supposed to sit in their houses and take care of the kitchen. They don't want women doing any other things than they expect from households. Other than that, the girl is often discouraged from having an education by social problems like child marriage and child labor. Parents take girls out of school at an early age to marry them. Often, they do not get time to learn as girls engage in child labour. Benefits We need to educate our girl kid if we want to see India progress and evolve. They are the future of our country, indeed. In addition, they would not have to be dependent on others for their survival when they become educated. One of the most significant advantages of girls' education is that the future of the country will be brighter and healthier. Similarly, as more and more women become financially strong, our economy will expand faster, thus reducing poverty. In addition, women who are educated will take care of their children properly. Since fewer infants will die due to a lack of vaccines or a related cause, this will improve the future. Also women are less likely to become HIV/AIDS patients when they are mindful of the consequences. Most notably, trained women will contribute to a reduction in social problems such as fraud, child marriage, sexual violence, and more. In both domains, they will grow more optimistic and better manage their relatives. Thus, along with the others, we see how one trained woman will bring so much change to her life.


This Article Does Not Intend To Hurt The Sentiments Of Any Individual Community, Sect, Or Religion Etcetera. This Article Is Based Purely On The Authors Personal Views And Opinions In The Exercise Of The Fundamental Right Guaranteed Under Article 19(1)(A) And Other Related Laws Being Force In India, For The Time Being.

Section Editor: Pushpit Singh | 01 Jan 2021 1:47am IST

Tags : #women #feminism #equality #educationforgirls #educationforall

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