Education helps women to be more productive in her work. A knowledgeable woman has the skills, information, talent, and self-confidence that she requires to be a superior mother, employee, and resident. Women constitute almost half the population of our country. Men and Women are like two sides of the coin and need identical opportunity to contribute to the country’s development.
Performing the normative gender roles defined by the society is one of the key hurdles in women’s education in India. In most of the families, especially in north India, sons are preferred over daughters. While female foeticide and infanticide may have reduced, daughters face discrimination in availing the facilities that facilitate a better life.
The school system in India has four levels: lower primary (age 6 to 10), upper primary (11 and 12), high (13 to 15) and higher secondary (17 and 18). The lower primary school is divided into five “standards”, upper primary school into two, high school into three and higher secondary into two.
Girl Education in India is largely essential for the growth of the nation because girls can do most of the things better than the boys. Nowadays girl education is necessary and is also compulsory because girls are the future of the country. In India, girl’s education is necessary as to develop socially and economically. Educated women yield a positive impact on Indian society through their contribution in professional fields like – medical, defence services, science and technology. They do good business and are also well-versed in handling their home and office. An improved economy and society are the outcome of girl’s education. Educated women can also help in controlling the population of the country by marrying at the right or later age in comparison to the uneducated women.
Education is a boon for girls in this age of economic crises. In today’s time, it is really difficult to meet both the ends in a middle-class family. After the marriage, an educated girl can work and help her husband in bearing the expenses of the family. She can also earn if in case her husband expires and there is no helping hand in the family.
Education on also broadens the thought of the women, thus it helps in the good upbringing of her children. It also gives her the freedom of thought to decide what best is there for her and the family.
Education helps a girl become economically independent while she knows her rights and women empowerment which helps her to fight against the problem of gender inequality.
• Educated women are more able to influence their future.
• Educated women are able to reduce poverty by working and being economically strong.
• Educated women have Low risk of child mortality.
• Educated women are 50% more likely to have their child immunized.
• Educated women are less likely to be taken advantage of and less likely to contact HIV/AIDS.
• Educated women are less likely to become victims of domestic or sexual abuse.
• Educated women reduce corruption and change the conditions that lead to terrorism.
• Educated women are better operational to contribute to the family earnings.
• Educated women are healthier and tend to have greater self-esteem and self-confidence.
• Educated women help contribute and prosper their community.
• Women who are educated see the potential and need to promote education in others.
Educated women can, without doubt, handle her family more efficiently. She can make each family associate accountable by imparting good qualities in children. She can take part in the social workings and this can be a great contribution towards the socioeconomic healthy nation.
By educating a man, only a part of the nation would be educated however by educating a woman, the whole country can be educated. Lack of women education weakens the potent part of the society. So, women should have full rights for the education and should not be treated inferior to men.
It is a fact that the girls have gained more achievements than the boys in less time.
An educated wife can split the load of her husband’s life by doing jobs or by sharing her knowledgeable views about the jobs. An educated housewife can educate her children and can teach her children about the rights and moral values. She can also guide them to differentiate between good and bad things.
Girls are gaining their rights and respect in the society and our society is working hard for this. Girls have the potential to lead their country in every field.
Once Napoleon said “Nation’s progress is impossible without trained and educated mothers and if the women of my country are not educated, about half of the people will be ignorant.” Thus we should create an atmosphere in which not a single woman remains uneducated.