Womens education is very important in this world. People today are important for womens education. More measures should be taken to improve education among women, not just those in towns but also in rural areas.
World Education has a long history of successfully working with local partners to design, implement, manage and evaluate participatory community-based initiatives to promote the conditions for girls and women. World education programs help girls to enter and stay in school and help women gain access to or create new educational, economic and social resources in their communities. World education programs help girls and women to improve their own lives, family life and the conditions of their communities. Parents - and especially mothers - mean creating conditions that ensure that their daughters have equal access to undergraduate education, can make informed decisions about their future and protect themselves from trade, sexual exploitation, HIV and AIDS, for example.
By improving education opportunities for girls and women, world education helps women develop skills that enable them to make decisions and influence social change in key areas. In turn, these programs have a positive impact on some of the most profound issues of our time: population growth, HIV and AIDS, peace and security and the broader gap between the rich and the poor.
Education in India is just one of several other elements that have caught the attention of the world. While the United Nations is worried about the presence of a large number of illiterates, various other countries are surprised at the quality of some of the human resources that the Indian education system has produced.
The growth of the Indian economy in the past past and the compulsion to maintain it also force the Indian government to accelerate the process of developing all branches of the Indian education system. Therefore, it would be very interesting to understand and analyze the various education structures in India, its current state and future development.
The leaders of our freedom movement realized the importance of girls education and had laid it as an important agenda for national development. However, when India achieved independence about 60 years ago, it was a formidable challenge that the new government had to meet social and cultural barriers to womens education and lack of access to organized schooling was immediately addressed.
Education has been considered to be the most important instrument for changing womens subjugated position in society. It not only develops individual personality and rationality, but qualifies them to fulfill certain economic, political and cultural functions, thus improving their socio-economic status.
In India, the increase in educational space and opportunities for women and the removal of traditional bars were supported by the entry of women into special branches and education levels of all masters of womens liberation from the 19th century onwards. But the 19th century Indian reformers would educate women to perform their role as good wives and mothers, and not make them directly active participants in the process of national development of the country. The colonial authorities generally supported this limited view of womens education. However, the expansion of education and health services in the 20s triggered the need for female teachers and doctors who resulted in the introduction of these two professions into womens education programs.
Despite the constitutional equality clause and the committees and committees recommendations on the provision of the same type of education for women as men, the traditional limited view of womens education, with a particular role for women in society. has had a major influence on the planning of womens education.
Thus, womens education should be taken as a serious issue and take action to develop it among all women in both urban and rural areas.
Being a good housewife, I am very interested in social activities, especially to improve womens status in both urban and rural areas.