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Subject: English , asked on 31/8/14

Debate on "Education of a girl child is burden", I am For The Motion.

Plss... help me

THANK YOU IN ADVANCE :)

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Alok Kumar , From S D Public School , added an answer
Answered on 20/11/10

An Essay On Educating The Girl Child Means Educating The Family.

Education of a child starts from the family and mother is the first teacher. But, the irony in India is that although the deity of education is a female i.e. Goddess Saraswati according to the Hinduism, innumerable number of women are illiterate.

They are not remaining uneducated by their own wish but they are being forbidden from receiving education because of the patriarchal families in our society.

Right from the early Vedic period people have been celebrating the birth of a son, but in those days daughters born into a family were not neglected and educated properly. However the scene was changed during the later Vedic Age and the daughters were considered as a social burden. Only the girls belonging to upper class families enjoyed the right of education and got proper nourishment. In medieval period the conditions deteriorated for the females and even in royal families, girls could not get the same status as the boys. In Muslim households they were taught at their homes while Hindu girls enjoyed the privilege of getting primary education along with the boys in schools. The prevalence of child marriage were excessively practiced. However, in the nineteenth century many social reformers like Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Annie Besant, M.G. Ranade, Jyotibe Phule, Swami Dayanand Saraswati etc. came forward for the emancipation of women in India. Especially Raja Ram Mohan Roy advocated for female education.

Since then there has been tremendous progress in every field but unfortunately still the girls are neglected. In most of the families the birth of a girl child is not desired and if accepted they are thought inferior to boys and their education is not considered important because it seems a wastage of money to most of the parents. they think it unreasonable because afterwards they have been compelled to bear a heavy amount towards their dowry. So the female literacy is rate is unsatisfactory and it has a direct impact upon the overall development of a nation and its population growth. If India wants to be one of the developed nations it must concentrate on female education because if we educate a man we educate an individual but if we educate a women we educate an entire family. Again the root cause of all problems facing the women is related to education. if all women are educate, then all problems like female infanticide, dowry, female suicides, domestic battering, malnutrition of women, child marriage and other related atrocities would get vanished from India.

Education provides an essential qualification to fulfill certain economic, political and cultural functions and improves women 's socioeconomic status. At very age and level education enhances the intellectual, social and emotional development of women and enables them to meet their basic needs to daily life. It brings reduction in inequalities in the society.

Only educated women can understand the needs of the family. They will never send their children to work in any shop or factory, rather they will arrange for their education in good schools. They will take proper care of the health and diet of their children. A mother knows what is good for her kids and how they should be brought up. Thus, educated mothers would promote education for all their children without discrimination. But if a mother (girl) is not educated and gets children then she would do anything without reasoning and harm herself and her children. As she is not educated, she would tend to think that education is only for the mail and not for the female and thus, she would ingrain in her daughters the idea that they are inferior to their brothers.

As girls are not educated they remain dependent on their family before marriage, on their husband after marriage and on their children after the death of their spouse. This is the main reason for the unpleasant condition of women. So if girls will be educated, they will no longer be dependent on any one and they can do a lot for their uplift.

Most of the problems of society can be eradicated by educating the girl child. marriage at a very young age leads the women to conceive repeatedly, which affect their health badly. Most of the uneducated women do not know about the various contraceptive measures. Even if some know they feel hesitant in using them. It results in more growth of population and worse condition of women. Thus, the state in which female literacy rate is more like Kerala, population growth is less. The menace of child labor also has significantly been out of practice because the women became aware of their rights and privileges.

Women are exploited in every sector, especially if they are uneducated, because they cannot demand their rights. Most of the women lack unity and work in unorganized sector. If they were educated they would have been knowing the rules and regulations and working in an organized sector getting the benefits of public schemes. If women are educated enough they can get training for setting of small scale industries, they can know the procedure of getting loan, get the knowledge of market availability of raw material and labor, new policies of the government, procedure to register new product and knowledge about import and export goods. If their standard of living will be improved. it will indirectly uplift the level of society. If they can be financially strong they will take proper care of their children and provide them good education.

According to Mahatma Gandhi, "Due to her nature women possesses the best ability to teach the child". Chhatrapati Shivaji and Maharana Pratap are the best example of this saying. Thus, let us start educating the female children to change the face of society.


ALOK RANJAN JHA

sanjana_07 , From Dav Public School , added an answer
Answered on 21/11/10

thanx alok_ranjan, but but i want for the motion that means that education of a girl child is a burden

Ritu , From Navy Children School , added an answer
Answered on 10/3/11

yeah! 

Arun Govindan , From Kendriya Vidyalaya , added an answer
Answered on 19/4/11

 yeah i also got the same topic

chandnisanthosh777... , added an answer
Answered on 2/5/11

me alsoo

Varuni S , From Chandrakant Patil Eng Med School , added an answer
Answered on 7/8/11

 i can give u some points:

*In a poor family,a girl whn educated the expenditure goes waste as later in life she is married and asked to sit at home and take care of her children............thus the expenses are a reason

*second reason is that they believe  she cannot do anything with that education........but a man can mak earnings.

dikshad987... , added an answer
Answered on 14/9/11

me 2 also want the same

kanak.singh97... , added an answer
Answered on 10/10/11

 boring

Asheen Mehrok , From Heritage Public School , added an answer
Answered on 31/10/11

 ya, i too gotta this topic

shantorock8055... , added an answer
Answered on 8/11/11

education of a girl child is a burden iam for the motion

psingh.1044... , added an answer
Answered on 8/11/11

It is a burden, because after marriage a girl  have to do the work in homes only .she dont need to go to offices.and as we all know basic knowledge is necessary so this we can get in homes only? when girls have to do the work only why they are studying?this is a wastage of time and money both .while going schl they can learn household work and money it can be used in the marriage .when a girl is in schl the parents are worrying it is like a burden on them.they want to see them infront of thier eye. thanks

emorule10... , added an answer
Answered on 10/11/11

ys.....dude u r rit coz itz wastage of time nd money

pallabi21... , added an answer
Answered on 21/11/11

 me 2222222222oooooooooooo

Amri Horan , From Kv Ongc , added an answer
Answered on 28/11/11

 Respected Chairperson, Honorable judges, members of staff and friends, I stand 

here to express my views for the motion: Education of the girl child is a burden. I 
would like to state that the education of the girl child is indeed a burden. In a poor 
family the education of the girl child comes outside the purview of the budget. 
When the resources are limited, the priority areas have to be fixed. In a poor family 
feeding all the members, clothing them and looking after their health is of primary 
concern to the head of the family. The rest of the resources of the family should be 
devoted to the education of the boys in the family. Later on if the boy is going to be 
the head of the family and will be the bread winner, he should be properly 
educated and groomed to take on the mantle. So, Sir, I feel that in such a case the 
education of the girl child will be a burden. Even if a girl child is educated and 
given the right kind of grooming, one day or the other, she might leave the family 
nest and get married. So in that case, why should the family divert its precious 
resources in that direction? I feel that those resources should also be utilized for 
the boys so that they can come up in their life. Further, when the girl child stays at 
home she can look after and manage the house and learn to do all the household 
chores. If the girl starts going out of the house to attend school, college etc., who 
will do all the household work? Her duty later on in life is to look after the family 
and take care of the children. If she does not do that and is away from home for 
long periods, that will be an additional burden on the house. So I feel that by 
educating the girl child the family will be inviting trouble and it should utilize its 
precious resources as economically as possible I support the motion that the 
education of the girl child is a burden.
Amri Horan , From Kv Ongc , added an answer
Answered on 28/11/11

Short and sweet

sarvjeetkumar... , added an answer
Answered on 3/12/11

yes i thin k that  educating a girl child is a burden on the families, mostly the poor families can 't afford to educate  a girl child .education of a girlchild is wastege of time and money.

THANKS

nikiagarwal... , added an answer
Answered on 7/12/11

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Answered on 13/12/11

 hai! as i am a girl i ought to support this topic . i think education for men is teaching an individual whereas educating a girl child is like that of educating a country. 

rishabhdutt216... , added an answer
Answered on 15/12/11

i am rishabh dutt from faridabad 

rishabhdutt216... , added an answer
Answered on 15/12/11

hye you are ffriendship for me

Srishti Gupta , From Mater Dei School , added an answer
Answered on 20/12/11

 this is the same written in the MCB!!!:P

Anju Nambiar , From Kendriya Vidyalaya No.1 , added an answer
Answered on 31/12/11

tanx a lot .......got many points frm ur ans: ........tanq

shabhnamvrm... , added an answer
Answered on 31/12/11

 nYc 1 duDE ! ... !! .. meeH tOo Waz iN Need Of d DeBate oN d saMe toPic ! /.. 
tHnK ya VrY mch !

Himani Verma , From Kendriya Vidyalaya , added an answer
Answered on 31/12/11

 loL .. YEa DudE .. iTz Da saMe wriTTeN iN Da .. MCB txt BoOK ..  .. BT fir bhI tHnxx fuH uR cmFrnT ! :) :D

Himani Verma , From Kendriya Vidyalaya , added an answer
Answered on 31/12/11

NO MaN . Girl edUcaTiON is nT a bURdeN on sOcietY ! :/ .. 
Nd eveN iN oUr geneRatioN .. M wid nIkI MaN ... jitNa ryT HaI boYz ko Padhne Ka . uTNa hi GaLZ Ka ! 

Himani Verma , From Kendriya Vidyalaya , added an answer
Answered on 31/12/11

 ccrCTly Said .. !

Alok Kumar , From S D Public School , added an answer
Answered on 31/12/11

 YEap

HEMANT99... , added an answer
Answered on 4/1/12

HI I AGREE ALL THE TERMS.HANKS

aishanaidu... , added an answer
Answered on 4/1/12

Girl education is very very important.

aishanaidu... , added an answer
Answered on 4/1/12

fhyk

Sreelakshmi Suresh , From Deeksha Centre For Learning , added an answer
Answered on 9/1/12

very correct :-]

Anand Rajeev , added an answer
Answered on 11/1/12

 thanks , baut i want to support this argument

Navneet Kaur , From Guru Nanak Public School , added an answer
Answered on 11/1/12

 Nice1.............ths one realy helped me a lot............. :) :)

Jeena Ajay , From Kendriya Vidyalaya No 2 , added an answer
Answered on 22/1/12

 iam also got 4 the motion................thanx..

Alindu Maji , From Kendriya Vidyalaya No.2 , added an answer
Answered on 24/1/12

 me also

Devi , From Bhavan's Sri Ramakrishna Vidyalaya , added an answer
Answered on 31/1/12

thanks i got many imp points ................thanq

Devi , From Bhavan's Sri Ramakrishna Vidyalaya , added an answer
Answered on 31/1/12

A very good (morning,evening,afternoon) to the gathering present here. my speech is aganist the topic 'EDUCATION OF A GIRL CHILD IS A BURDEN '- girls education is very important bcoz if gilrs are not educated it might be ok in their childhood but difficult when she is married. As a married girl sould not only take care of her childern but teach them the moral basics,manners,desensece,and many more things which can only be possible by education. And it was a burden for poor families as their financial situation was not so good but now the government is also supporting girls.so now girl education is not  at all a burden.At last i conculed that 'GIVE GIRLS THEIR CHANCE THEY ARE NO MORE LESS THAN BOYS ' thank you and have a good day.

Golu , added an answer
Answered on 9/2/12

 ya yaar girl education is a burden as if some are affording and some not it depends on thinking of the parents

ramulyarao... , added an answer
Answered on 12/2/12

thanx saheba u hv helped me a lot yaar

Raja , added an answer
Answered on 13/8/12

 i think its waste of time & money by educating a girl child there is no use of educating them.

Yash , added an answer
Answered on 24/10/12

 ha ha ha

Vigil Babu , From High Range Publicschool , added an answer
Answered on 30/10/12

 girls are capable f lookin after their own!!!!!,,,,but we boyzzz are much better that we are capable of looking after ourself and our family..............Is that dudes......!!

Shekhar Sharma , From Delhi Public School , added an answer
Answered on 5/11/12

 thanx indra.........

Vishal , added an answer
Answered on 6/11/12

 Girls are not remaining uneducated by their own will but they are being forbidden from receiving education because of the patriarchal families in our society. They are considered to be ‘temporary property’ as they have to move to their husband’s home after marriage, so it is not thought to be economically viable to spend on their education. It is considered more useful to spend money educating a son who will remain at home and earn and take care of parents in their old age, than to expend hard earned funds on a child who will leave. Also later on the parents have to spend a huge amount towards the dowry on the marriage of a girl.   But, are these solid reasons to deprive a girl child of education? Agreed that a woman has to move to her husband’s home after marriage but if she will be educated, she will be able to upbring and educate her children better and even provide financial support to her family if needed thereby contributing to a better society and overall development of a nation.

Again the root cause of all problems facing the women is related to education. Iif all women are educated, then all problems like female infanticide, dowry, female suicides, domestic violence, malnutrition of women, child marriage and other related atrocities would get vanished from India. Most of the problems of society can be eradicated by educating the girl child.

Some concrete steps need to be taken to promote girl education. People should be made aware of the importance of girl education. There should be concession in the fee of the girl children in schools to motivate the parents to get them educated. Leaders and other social workers should actively support education of girl child.

Antim Kumar , added an answer
Answered on 6/11/12

 tankx  a lot .............i got my answr

Falguni Jha , From Navy Children School , added an answer
Answered on 7/11/12

I believe that the education of the girl child is NOT a burden, and it very shameful to see that mothers let their own blood and gender die infront of her...Even though a girl child in our society has to leave her parents but after she leaves she creates an image of a very hounarable woman and passes on her knowledge to her children...A girl is same as a boy..as human as a boy is..and many of our goddesses are also representatives of Knowledge...
It would be very dishounarable to not pay her respect by killing Children of the same gender!

Aakanksha , From Navy Children School , added an answer
Answered on 7/11/12

Against the motion:

It is quite a mockery when we talk about necessity of education for girls and on the other hand talk about carrying forward India from a developing to a developed nation.

It is quite a well known fact that wisdom begins at home. Thus, it is very necessary for the women of the family to be refined and wise.

There should be concession in the fee of the girl children in schools to motivate the parents to get them educated. Leaders and other social workers should actively support education of girl child.

The nation 's progress is visible through various famous instances of successful professionals such as Sushma Swaraj, Brinda Karat, Kiran Bedi, etc.

 

Banani Mandal , From Shrishti Vidyashram , added an answer
Answered on 18/11/12

 EDUCATION FOR GIRLSIS NOT A BURDEN!!!!!!

Banani Mandal , From Shrishti Vidyashram , added an answer
Answered on 18/11/12

 GIRLS ROK !*!*

Ashish Karanwal , added an answer
Answered on 26/11/12
Respected Chairperson, Honorable judges, members of staff and friends, I stand
here to express my views for the motion: Education of the girl child is a burden. I
would like to state that the education of the girl child is indeed a burden. In a poor
family the education of the girl child comes outside the purview of the budget.
When the resources are limited, the priority areas have to be fixed. In a poor family
feeding all the members, clothing them and looking after their health is of primary
concern to the head of the family. The rest of the resources of the family should be
devoted to the education of the boys in the family. Later on if the boy is going to be
the head of the family and will be the bread winner, he should be properly
educated and groomed to take on the mantle. So, Sir, I feel that in such a case the
education of the girl child will be a burden. Even if a girl child is educated and
given the right kind of grooming, one day or the other, she might leave the family
nest and get married. So in that case, why should the family divert its precious
resources in that direction? I feel that those resources should also be utilized for
the boys so that they can come up in their life. Further, when the girl child stays at
home she can look after and manage the house and learn to do all the household
chores. If the girl starts going out of the house to attend school, college etc., who
will do all the household work? Her duty later on in life is to look after the family
and take care of the children. If she does not do that and is away from home for
long periods, that will be an additional burden on the house. So I feel that by
educating the girl child the family will be inviting trouble and it should utilize its
precious resources as economically as possible I support the motion that the
education of the girl child is a burden.
Sachin , added an answer
Answered on 14/12/12

 sabhe aache hai

Jigyansa , From Navy Children School , added an answer
Answered on 20/12/12

maa

Jigyansa , From Navy Children School , added an answer
Answered on 20/12/12

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Khushi , added an answer
Answered on 23/12/12

Education for girls is not burden. It is most important for girls. It is very useful for girls in everywhere.

Demigodrules , added an answer
Answered on 26/12/12

 @ jigy1234... 

what in the world u trying to say?

Nisha , added an answer
Answered on 6/2/13

ya it is correctly said that if we educate a man we educate an individual but if we educate a woman we educate a nation girls are more stronger as compared to boys and in nowdays education provides us everything name fame money and especially the girls. My friends the communit 's development is incomplete without the education of a girl.

Akshay Mohan , From Govt Boys Higher Secondary School, Noth Parur , added an answer
Answered on 7/2/13

 in our class we boys have to say educating girls is a burden........points,anyone?

Lokpal Singh , From S.r.d. Public Sr. Sec. School , added an answer
Answered on 28/2/13

An Essay On Educating The Girl Child Means Educating The Family.

Education of a child starts from the family and mother is the first teacher. But, the irony in India is that although the deity of education is a female i.e. Goddess Saraswati according to the Hinduism, innumerable number of women are illiterate.

They are not remaining uneducated by their own wish but they are being forbidden from receiving education because of the patriarchal families in our society.

Right from the early Vedic period people have been celebrating the birth of a son, but in those days daughters born into a family were not neglected and educated properly. However the scene was changed during the later Vedic Age and the daughters were considered as a social burden. Only the girls belonging to upper class families enjoyed the right of education and got proper nourishment. In medieval period the conditions deteriorated for the females and even in royal families, girls could not get the same status as the boys. In Muslim households they were taught at their homes while Hindu girls enjoyed the privilege of getting primary education along with the boys in schools. The prevalence of child marriage were excessively practiced. However, in the nineteenth century many social reformers like Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Annie Besant, M.G. Ranade, Jyotibe Phule, Swami Dayanand Saraswati etc. came forward for the emancipation of women in India. Especially Raja Ram Mohan Roy advocated for female education.

Since then there has been tremendous progress in every field but unfortunately still the girls are neglected. In most of the families the birth of a girl child is not desired and if accepted they are thought inferior to boys and their education is not considered important because it seems a wastage of money to most of the parents. they think it unreasonable because afterwards they have been compelled to bear a heavy amount towards their dowry. So the female literacy is rate is unsatisfactory and it has a direct impact upon the overall development of a nation and its population growth. If India wants to be one of the developed nations it must concentrate on female education because if we educate a man we educate an individual but if we educate a women we educate an entire family. Again the root cause of all problems facing the women is related to education. if all women are educate, then all problems like female infanticide, dowry, female suicides, domestic battering, malnutrition of women, child marriage and other related atrocities would get vanished from India.

Education provides an essential qualification to fulfill certain economic, political and cultural functions and improves women 's socioeconomic status. At very age and level education enhances the intellectual, social and emotional development of women and enables them to meet their basic needs to daily life. It brings reduction in inequalities in the society.

Only educated women can understand the needs of the family. They will never send their children to work in any shop or factory, rather they will arrange for their education in good schools. They will take proper care of the health and diet of their children. A mother knows what is good for her kids and how they should be brought up. Thus, educated mothers would promote education for all their children without discrimination. But if a mother (girl) is not educated and gets children then she would do anything without reasoning and harm herself and her children. As she is not educated, she would tend to think that education is only for the mail and not for the female and thus, she would ingrain in her daughters the idea that they are inferior to their brothers.

As girls are not educated they remain dependent on their family before marriage, on their husband after marriage and on their children after the death of their spouse. This is the main reason for the unpleasant condition of women. So if girls will be educated, they will no longer be dependent on any one and they can do a lot for their uplift.

Most of the problems of society can be eradicated by educating the girl child. marriage at a very young age leads the women to conceive repeatedly, which affect their health badly. Most of the uneducated women do not know about the various contraceptive measures. Even if some know they feel hesitant in using them. It results in more growth of population and worse condition of women. Thus, the state in which female literacy rate is more like Kerala, population growth is less. The menace of child labor also has significantly been out of practice because the women became aware of their rights and privileges.

Women are exploited in every sector, especially if they are uneducated, because they cannot demand their rights. Most of the women lack unity and work in unorganized sector. If they were educated they would have been knowing the rules and regulations and working in an organized sector getting the benefits of public schemes. If women are educated enough they can get training for setting of small scale industries, they can know the procedure of getting loan, get the knowledge of market availability of raw material and labor, new policies of the government, procedure to register new product and knowledge about import and export goods. If their standard of living will be improved. it will indirectly uplift the level of society. If they can be financially strong they will take proper care of their children and provide them good education.

According to Mahatma Gandhi, "Due to her nature women possesses the best ability to teach the child". Chhatrapati Shivaji and Maharana Pratap are the best example of this saying. Thus, let us start educating the female children to change the face of society.

 

Thank you

Poorvi Kalyani , From The Mother's International School , added an answer
Answered on 19/12/13

WAAH

Navneet .n. Kalappanavar , From Sri Taralabalu Central School , added an answer
Answered on 4/2/14

yes of course that yhe girl child education is very important

Education of a child starts from the family and mother is the first teacher. But, the irony in India is that although the deity of education is a female i.e. Goddess Saraswati according to the Hinduism, innumerable number of women are illiterate.

They are not remaining uneducated by their own wish but they are being forbidden from receiving education because of the patriarchal families in our society.

Right from the early Vedic period people have been celebrating the birth of a son, but in those days daughters born into a family were not neglected and educated properly. However the scene was changed during the later Vedic Age and the daughters were considered as a social burden. Only the girls belonging to upper class families enjoyed the right of education and got proper nourishment. In medieval period the conditions deteriorated for the females and even in royal families, girls could not get the same status as the boys. In Muslim households they were taught at their homes while Hindu girls enjoyed the privilege of getting primary education along with the boys in schools. The prevalence of child marriage were excessively practiced. However, in the nineteenth century many social reformers like Raja Ram Mohan Roy, Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, Annie Besant, M.G. Ranade, Jyotibe Phule, Swami Dayanand Saraswati etc. came forward for the emancipation of women in India. Especially Raja Ram Mohan Roy advocated for female education.

Since then there has been tremendous progress in every field but unfortunately still the girls are neglected. In most of the families the birth of a girl child is not desired and if accepted they are thought inferior to boys and their education is not considered important because it seems a wastage of money to most of the parents. they think it unreasonable because afterwards they have been compelled to bear a heavy amount towards their dowry. So the female literacy is rate is unsatisfactory and it has a direct impact upon the overall development of a nation and its population growth. If India wants to be one of the developed nations it must concentrate on female education because if we educate a man we educate an individual but if we educate a women we educate an entire family. Again the root cause of all problems facing the women is related to education. if all women are educate, then all problems like female infanticide, dowry, female suicides, domestic battering, malnutrition of women, child marriage and other related atrocities would get vanished from India.

Education provides an essential qualification to fulfill certain economic, political and cultural functions and improves women 's socioeconomic status. At very age and level education enhances the intellectual, social and emotional development of women and enables them to meet their basic needs to daily life. It brings reduction in inequalities in the society.

Only educated women can understand the needs of the family. They will never send their children to work in any shop or factory, rather they will arrange for their education in good schools. They will take proper care of the health and diet of their children. A mother knows what is good for her kids and how they should be brought up. Thus, educated mothers would promote education for all their children without discrimination. But if a mother (girl) is not educated and gets children then she would do anything without reasoning and harm herself and her children. As she is not educated, she would tend to think that education is only for the mail and not for the female and thus, she would ingrain in her daughters the idea that they are inferior to their brothers.

As girls are not educated they remain dependent on their family before marriage, on their husband after marriage and on their children after the death of their spouse. This is the main reason for the unpleasant condition of women. So if girls will be educated, they will no longer be dependent on any one and they can do a lot for their uplift.

Most of the problems of society can be eradicated by educating the girl child. marriage at a very young age leads the women to conceive repeatedly, which affect their health badly. Most of the uneducated women do not know about the various contraceptive measures. Even if some know they feel hesitant in using them. It results in more growth of population and worse condition of women. Thus, the state in which female literacy rate is more like Kerala, population growth is less. The menace of child labor also has significantly been out of practice because the women became aware of their rights and privileges.

Women are exploited in every sector, especially if they are uneducated, because they cannot demand their rights. Most of the women lack unity and work in unorganized sector. If they were educated they would have been knowing the rules and regulations and working in an organized sector getting the benefits of public schemes. If women are educated enough they can get training for setting of small scale industries, they can know the procedure of getting loan, get the knowledge of market availability of raw material and labor, new policies of the government, procedure to register new product and knowledge about import and export goods. If their standard of living will be improved. it will indirectly uplift the level of society. If they can be financially strong they will take proper care of their children and provide them good education.

According to Mahatma Gandhi, "Due to her nature women possesses the best ability to teach the child". Chhatrapati Shivaji and Maharana Pratap are the best example of this saying. Thus, let us start educating the female children to change the face of society.

thank you