Monday, December 13, 2010

Importance of Education for Girls

Education for women is very important in this world. People pay attention to the education of women today. More measures should be taken to improve the education of women is not only those in urban and rural areas.

Global education has a long history of successful collaboration with local partners to design, implement, manage and evaluate participatory, community-based initiatives to the conditions of girls and women.

Global education programs help girls enroll and stay for women to access to school or help create new educational, economic and social resources in their communities. Global education programs to help girls and women to their lives, the lives of their families and the conditions in their communities.

For the parents - particularly mothers - this means creating conditions that enable their daughters to have equal access to primary education are to make informed decisions about their future and are able to protect themselves against trafficking, sexual exploitation, HIV and AIDS, for example.

With the improvement of educational opportunities for girls and women, World Education helps women to develop skills which enable them to make decisions and influence change in the community in key areas. In turn, these programs have a positive effect on some of the deeper problems of our time: the population, HIV and AIDS, peace and security and the growing gap between rich and poor.

Education in India is only one of several factors that have captured world attention. While the United Nations are concerned about the presence of a large number of illiterates, the various other countries amazed by the quality of some of the human resources that the Indian education system has produced.

The growth of the Indian economy in the recent past and a sense of obligation to also keep making the Indian government to develop all sectors of the Indian education system to accelerate. Therefore it would be interesting to understand the different structures of education in India, current status and future trends to analyze.

The leaders of our freedom movement, she realized the importance of education for girls and had a priority agenda for national development. However, when India attained her independence some 60 years ago, was a huge challenge that the new government was to face the social and cultural barriers to women's education and lack of access to organized education, must be immediately addressed.

Education is seen as the main instrument for changing women's subordinate position in society. Not only develops the personality and rationality of individuals, but states that they meet certain economic, political and cultural functions and thereby improves their socio-economic status.

In India, the growth of educational facilities and opportunities for women and the abolition of traditional bar the entry of women in specific sectors and levels of education came to be supported by all the champions of the emancipation of women from the 19th century.

However, the Indian reformers of the 19th century sought to educate women to their role as good wives and mothers and not to make direct active participants in the process of national development in the country play. The colonial authorities in general supports this limited perspective of the education of women.

The expansion of education and healthcare in the 20th century, however, beaten down on the need for female teachers and doctors, which resulted in the integration of these two professions education programs for women.

Despite the constitutional provision of equality and the recommendations of the committees on the order of the same kind of education for women and men, the traditional view of the limited education of women, with a distinct role of women in society. greatly influenced the design for the education of women.

Therefore, the education of women are considered a serious matter and steps to develop in all women in both urban and rural.

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