Good morning everyone present here, today I am going to give a speech on girls’ education. Every youngster, regardless of gender, has to go to school. It aids in learning how to effectively study new material and gain knowledge of the world’s realities. To defend women’s rights, education is essential. It also helps in preventing discrimination against women. Their level of productivity at work rises with education. A well-educated woman has the abilities, knowledge, talent, and confidence to be a better mother, employee, and citizen of the nation. Nearly 50% of our population is made up of women.
During the British occupation of India, Ram Mohan Roy and Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar were primarily responsible for the rise of girls’ education. Several attempts to educate Indian women were started by leaders of the scheduled caste society including Jyotiba Phule and Babasaheb Ambedkar. The lack of education among women in society is caused by a variety of causes, including poverty, isolation, instability, child marriage, child labor, and religious considerations.
In developing nations, one of the main issues is poverty. Despite the fact that education is free, families who live below the poverty line must pay a hefty sum to send their children to school. Parents frequently choose to keep their girls at home for this reason.
The “Beti Bachao Beti Padhao” program in the countryside is a great idea by our prime minister to promote girls’ education. We must educate all the girls in order to advance our nation. Thank you.