In India nowadays you will see that women are working together with men in every field. This is happening because of the women education. It is important for the developing the India from the developing India to developed India. Women are the strength of the nation. In each and every field you can see the women working in high post. Now, women are not only meant for the caring the house, She crosses her limit and achieves her goals. Education is the one of the basic need for the men as well as the women because of it one should aware of the current situation and handles the problems. Here we are providing an essay on the women education which will benefit the students as well as kids.
In past years of India in the history, men having the higher literacy rate than the women. In the time of British Raj to India’s independence, the percentage of literate women was only 2-6% of the total female population.After the establishment of the Republic of India, government initiate the great importance to women’s education.
Factors that holding women from going school
A few years ago, women were considered for the handling the kitchen and children. If women were educated then there was a misunderstanding that she would extinct the system of the Hindu family. The other reason is ego which is mostly carried by men if women are highly educated than men then the ego of men was hurt. In some areas because of poverty parents don’t allow their kids for education.
Mahatma Jyotiba Phule and his fellow wife Savitribai Phule contributed their efforts for the women education. Jyotiba Phule and Dr Baba Saheb Ambedkar were the leaders of the lower caste who took the initiatives for the women education. These social reformers are fought against the educational system and supported for the equality of the education for women. They fought for the women rights and successful in it.
Advantages if women are educated
The girl as an individual
Education gives the self-confidence, self-esteem for girls and they can discover their own potential and came up with new ideas and innovation and increase their resistance to gender discrimination. She can able to take her decisions indecently. Educated women are independent.
The family gets more benefits if the women are educated. If a woman is educated then entire home is educated. She got knowledge through the education which she can apply for the better childcare means proper vaccination, schooling of a child, etc. The child malnutrition was decreased between 1970 and 1995 because of the female education. Educated women can increase family income and status of the family and able to solve the family problems.
The community and society
The community and society become more prosperous because of the women education play an important role to find the solutions to problems that related to social stability. A result of women’s education is increasing in Survival rates, schooling and community productivity with a decrease in mother and infant mortality rates.
Educated woman can play an important role towards nation by facing economic challenges such as in the areas of agricultural production, food self-sufficiency, the fight against environmental degradation the use and conservation of water and energy.
Examples of Successful Women
India’s first woman who joins officer ranks of the Indian Police Service. She was born on 9th June 1949. She is a retired Indian Police Service officer, social activist, former tennis player and politician. She served her service for the nation 35 years of her life. She is awarded by the many awards such as United Nations Medal in 2004, Ramon Magsaysay award in 1994 and President’s Police Medal in 1979. She also contributed her part in Anti-corruption movement in October 2010 with Arvind Kejriwal.
Kalpana Chawala was Indian astronaut and the First Indian Woman in Space. In 1997 she first flew on Space Shuttle Columbia as a mission specialist and primary robotic arm operator. She died in Space Shuttle Columbia disaster when the craft disintegrated during its re-entry into the Earth’s atmosphere in 2003. The Congressional Space Medal of Honor is recipient to her.
Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil
The first lady President of India is Smt. Pratibha Devisingh Patil who was born on December 19, 1934, in Nadgaon village in Maharashtra. She obtained her Master’s degree in Political Science and Economics from the Mooljee Jetha College, Jalgaon. From the Government Law College, she received the degree of Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) in Mumbai.
Madhuri Dixit is an Indian actress who is famous for her works in Indian cinema. She has praised for her acting and dancing skills, she is also the queen of expressions. She received six Filmfare Awards for the Best Actress and Best Supporting Actress. The Government of India awarded her India’s fourth-highest civilian award Padma Shri in 2008.
Sania Mirza is ranked No. 1 in the women’s doubles rankings. She is an Indian professional tennis player. She is one of the highest-paid and high-profile athletes in the country and successful female Indian tennis player ever.
Lata Mangeshkar is an Indian playback singer who born 28 September 1929. She sang songs in over thirty-six regional Indian languages and for a thousand Hindi films. She is most respected playback singers in India. She awarded by Bharat Ratna award which is the India’s highest civilian honour award.
The education is the ladder of the success and development of our nation. Women education is important for the development of each house as well as for the development of the nation and economy. Girls are like the sunshine for our economy that bright our future. By educating the girls, we are empowering the nation. Education is a weapon which has the capacity to change the world. So Let’s Educate Women and empower the India. Women are the beauty of the nation which not only one who handles the house but also proves herself by educating and achieving success in her life.
Summary of UNCRC
Everyone under 18 years of age has all the rights in this Convention.
The Convention applies to everyone whatever their race, religion, abilities, whatever they think or say, whatever type of family they come from.
All organisations concerned with children should work towards what is best for each child.
Governments should make these rights available to children.
Governments should respect the rights and responsibilities of families to direct and guide their children so that, as they grow, they learn to use their rights properly.
All children have the right to life. Governments should ensure that children survive and develop healthily.
All children have the right to a legally registered name, and nationality. They have the right to know and, as far as possible, to be cared for, by their parents.
Governments should respect children's right to a name, a nationality and family ties.
Children should not be separated from their parents unless it is for their own good (for example if a parent is mistreating or neglecting a child.) Children whose parents have separated have the right to stay in contact with both parents, unless this might harm the child.
Families who live in different countries should be allowed to move between those countries so that parents and children can stay in contact, or get back together as a family.
Governments should take steps to stop children being taken out of their own country illegally.
Children have the right to say what they think should happen, when adults are making decisions that affect them, and to have their opinions taken into account.
Children have the right to get and to share information, as long as the information is not damaging to them or to others.
Children have the right to think and believe what they want, and to practise their religion, as long as they are not stopping other people from enjoying their rights. Parents should guide their children on these matters.
Children have the right to meet together and to join groups and organisations, as long as this does not stop other people from enjoying their rights.
Children have a right to privacy. The law should protect them from attacks against their way of life, their good name, their families and their homes.
Children have the right to reliable information from the mass media. Television, radio, and newspapers should provide information that children can understand, and should not promote materials that could harm children.
Both parents share responsibility for bringing up their children, and should always consider what is best for each child. Governments should help parents by providing services to support them, especially if both parents work outside the home.
Governments should ensure that children are properly cared for, and protect them from violence, abuse and neglect by their parents, or anyone else who looks after them.
Children who cannot be looked after by their own family must be looked after properly, by people who respect their religion, culture and language.
When children are adopted the first concern must be what is best for them. The same rules should apply whether the children are adopted in the country where they were born, or if they are taken to live in another country.
Children who come into a country as refugees should have the same rights as children born in that country.
Children who have any kind of disability should have special care and support, so that they can lead full and independent lives.
Children have the right to good quality health care, to clean water, nutritious food, and a clean environment, so that they will stay healthy. Rich countries should help poorer countries achieve this.
Children who are looked after by their local authority, rather than by their parents, should have someone review the situation regularly.
The Government should provide extra money for the children of families in need.
Children have a right to a standard of living that is good enough to meet their physical and mental needs. The Government should help families who cannot afford to provide this.
Children have a right to an education. Discipline in schools should respect childrenâs human dignity. Primary education should be free. Wealthy countries should help poorer countries achieve this.
Education should develop each child's personality and talents to the full. It should encourage children to respect their parents, and their own and other cultures.
Children have a right to learn and use the language and customs of their families, whether these are shared by the majority of people in the country or not.
All children have a right to relax and play, and to join in a wide range of activities.
The Government should protect children from work that is dangerous, or that might harm their health or their education.
The Government should provide ways of protecting children from dangerous drugs.
The Government should protect children from sexual abuse.
The Government should make sure that children are not abducted or sold.
Children should be protected from any activities that could harm their development.
Children who break the law should not be treated cruelly. They should not be put in prison with adults and should be able to keep in contact with their families.
Governments should not allow children under 15 to join the army. Children in war zones should receive special protection.
Children who have been neglected or abused should receive special help to restore their self-respect.
Children who are accused of breaking the law should receive legal help. Prison sentences for children should only be used for the most serious offences.
If the laws of a particular country protect children better than the articles of the Convention, then those laws should stay.
The Government should make the Convention known to all parents and children