MemberMay 12, 2021 at 11:04 pm::
Education is a basic necessity just like food and water and should be accessible to very one, but very often we see that especially in India that the key to access education is biased on gender. Male students are given the right to education while the females are denied from such a basic right. This discrimination gives a huge adverse effect and a negative impact on the society. It also reduces the amount of respect and the ability of logical reasoning in girls. From the very beginning girls are treated as unequal and inferior. Lack of education in girls since a very early period has resulted in many evil social practices like sati daha and dowry.
Lack of education in girls forces them to believe in superstitions and make them take wrong decisions and exploits them in every step of life. So, it is of utter importance that girls should also get educated and treated equally in the society. Education gives the power to differentiate between what is right and what is wrong, it also provides the faith to believe in one own self and live with dignity. Uneducated people are often fooled and taken advantage in wrong means.
The government had already taken many steps in order to educate girls, given special facilities and helped them to come out of this vicious cycle. Now it’s our turn to literally implement these laws and get each and every girl educated. And education is the only path which and bring success and glory to one’s life.