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    Importance of female education in developing countries

    importance of female education in developing countries
    importance of female education in developing countries





    Importance of female education -Women's education is an important part of creating a decent society. We can not Ignore to look at the importance of female education than men. As long as the woman is not educated, the creation of a nation is incomplete. Nowadays almost every exam ask a question from writing and Speech portion. So we provide speech Example in different topics like "Importance of female education"

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    Respected Principal sir, worthy teachers, and my dear friends.welcome you on this special day/occasion. Today I, Manish Singh Sikarwar, Class X A, am going to speak on the Topic SPEECH ON IMPORTANCE OF FEMALE EDUCATION.’
    We all humans Who are very different from all the other species creature. Only human have capacity who can do love and think. We all understand from our wise thinking that the importance of female education in developing any countries.
    we have some characteristics that other species do not have. We have a sharp mind, its structure has made it possible for us to invent and handle it. The second most important thing is education.
    It is right to say that the importance of female education is undoubtedly an important issue. Boys and girls should think equally about no gender disparity. If we talk about national development and progress then girls and boys should look equally. We can capture the productive population of our half-house in the four walls of the house and see how we can dream about the future world where technology, creativity, beauty, and progress will be present in every field.
    We know that most people in India live in villages, but these villages have changed quite a lot with changing times. The manner in which people's thinking was at the time of independence, today people are not of conservative and old thinking. Many families have sent their daughters to other states for better facilities. There they read not only the school books but also read theater, dance, painting, music, sculpture, science, history, journalism, medicine, many things related to computer etc.
    Girls go out and do their best, whether it is education or playground. On the basis of their hard work and perseverance, they reach the highest level, like any other boy who is focused on achieving their goals.
    One thing that prevents someone from achieving their goals is their own belief, but in addition to their determination in the case of girls, they need family support to achieve success. They need a family who understand them and help them develop like any other men in their family. Therefore, there is a lot of responsibility in the hands of their parents. According to the MacArthur Foundation, "Distance from home to school/security concerns is an important obstacle to sending girls to schools especially in rural areas."
    The organization working for children says, "On the basis of gender, all the families prevent girls from sending school - they believe that the girl's earnings will only benefit her in-laws, due to which the girl's parents have her education We are less interested in investing in this. "
    (According to the 7th All India Education Survey 2002) "More than 50 percent of the girls fail to enroll in the school and those who take admission leave school before the age of 12.")
    Children are like buds. Due to the right amount of water and adequate sunlight at the right time, they grow in healthy flowers. By children, I mean both boys and girls If we change our thinking, then we all can overcome those problems, our attitude of our daughters, educating them and the importance of our national development. By making the atmosphere conducive, we can interact together. So we can say that It is very important for female education for developing countries.
    mportance of female education in developing countries
    importance of female education in developing countries

    A short speech on girl education

    Respected Principal sir, worthy teachers, and my dear friends.welcome you on this special day/occasion. Today I, Ridhima Singh Sikarwar, Class V A, am going to speak on the Topic ’SPEECH ON GIRL EDUCATION.’
    Today’s girl child will be the mother, of tomorrow. As a mother, she can give her child a sound and capable upbringing. A woman has the maximum impact on the social, economic decisions made in the family generally. At the micro level, educated woman help in making the whole family including the older family members, understand the values and importance of education, and at the macro level, educated women add to the social and economic development of the nation.
    Girl’s education is like sowing the seed which gives rise to green, cheerful and full grown family plant. In ancient time girl’s education had a significant place in society. Gargi and Maitreyi played a very encouraging role in spreading education to a great extent.
    The educated girl can shoulder any kind of responsibility. See the example of Indira Gandhi, Kalpana Chawla, Kiran Bedi, Sonia Gandhi, Sushma Swaraj, Uma Bharati, Mayavati, and so....., everyone has earned me in the society in our country. Education for the girls is more important as she not only builds the home but all routine responsibilities taken care of by her. An educated woman not only helps in nourishing the family in a better way but can also help in earning.
    “One could judge the degree of civilization of a country by the social and political position of its women." --Charles Fourier
    Education for a girl child means making the next generation well educated, full of virtues, free from the useless superstitions, confident and capable to do something good for the family, for the society and for the country as a whole. The present-day girl is the mother of tomorrow. ‘
    “Give me good mothers and I will give you a great nation.”  --According to Napolean

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