Essay on Education of Girls in India

A round the world girls and women are treated as number two citizens - all luxuries, comforts and even necessities must first be provided for boys and men, and only then, if available, can percolate to girls and women. This is true to some extent throughout the world but more so and very conspicuously so in India.

For the past few centuries in India, the girl has been completely neglected even as a human being and she live as if only to support and satisfy men. In every home even today the boys are still pampered and given the best of everything and the girls of the same family are almost completely ignored.

Even in the basic requirement of education, girls are left out because it is felt that, they in any case have only to look after their homes and the needs of their families, so, where are the need to study? The only requirement of women is even today, to look after the needs of others and give birth to children, and no more they need to have.

For this task of home keeping assigned to women, it is felt by all that there is no need for them to go to school. It is considered foolish to allow girls to waste their time in studies and this concept is widely accepted by the Indian society.

It may be very true that in majority of cases the girl does not have to become and does not become the breadwinner of the family.

However, in this process of thought we are inclined to forget that, to give birth to the next generation and to bring up this new generation is the basic and all important task not only for the family but also for the society and the country. What the mother teaches the child deeply embedded in the heads and the hearts and eat the little soul. In this context thus, let us remember to what the mother teaches the child is all-important and pervasive. For this important work of girls and womb feel that, they need education and, their negligence in tell field is a mishap for the country.

When mothers are educated what will they be able to teach their childfree Let us not forget that, the purpose of education is not 01 earning a livelihood but education makes an individual into a good human being, which is passed on to the next the kith and kin.

With this backdrop of our attitudes of educating girl personally feel that, education for girls in India must taken up as an issue, on a war footing as, it has area been neglected for far too long.

From the urban poorer rural India, girls are very rarely to never send to schools in some cases they are sent to schools it is just for two three years when they are small and are of no use I household chores.

Once they are big enough to share I burden of housework they are made to drop out of school now, it is absolutely essential for us to reconsider a mend our ways and attitudes towards girls and the education. If this is not given an immediate boost, to growth of the nation will be halted for, unless these section develop, India cannot develop.

After all how can we espy growth and progress when half of our population remains bereft of the gift of basic education?

It is true that, the education of girls has lately taken a hum leap but this is only in a very small segment of Indic society. It is the upper middle class and the rich class tell have realized the necessity of educating girls but this not enough for, this is a very minimal number to considered as an achievement.

This section of the scoff contributes a very small percentage of the total female population of India. Unless we move faster and continuously, and include more of poor urban and rural girls in the field of education, there can be no hope of having a developed and first world country status for India.

In this matter let us remember the adage that, when a man is educated, only he is educated but, when a woman is educated, a family gets educated. With this point of importance in mind, we should go ahead with broader based education policies noun a well-known phrase expressing a general truth about people.