Let’s Celebrate the Spirit of Rural Indian Women to See Themselves Educated

  1. Our education system may need a lot of improvement but these smiling faces show their spirit and enthusiasm to educate themselves.
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2. Though the Right to Education Act, 2009 makes education free and compulsory for each and every child but girl child still faces a lot of social barriers, especially in rural areas, in acquiring education. The sparkling smile on her bright face shows her commitment to travel long distance and overcome all the social barriers.

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3. Women expressing their concerns about the schools and their dreams to see their children educated.

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4. A mother sharing her opinion about the efforts needed to prevent children from dropping out of the school in her village.

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5. According to the National Sample Survey Office’s 68th round, which covered one lakh households in every State and Union Territory and looked at women’s usual employment status, over 60 per cent of adult women are primarily engaged in unpaid housework. There is a need to educate every girl child to improve the labor participation rate of women in India.

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6. Awareness in community and its participation is indispensable to ensure the education of girl child.

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Disclaimer: The views expressed are solely those of author in the private capacity and do not necessarily represent the views of employer.

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About farrukh2016

Farrukh Shah is a passionate knowledge management professional in development sector. He loves to read and write on development issues. He believes in the power of knowledge and action to bring a lasting change in the lives of most vulnerable among us.
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