Speech on Girl’s Education
A very warm welcome to everyone present here. Today I’m going to speak on the topic of Girl’s education. Education is the all-round development of personality, which is required to live in this society. It helps in shaping our mind, sharpening our intelligence & developing our skills.
Education is a part of life which must not be ignored. It is an essential factor which helps in personality development, character building & achieving success as well as happiness in life.
So today, I will focus on girl’s education, how educating a woman can make a big difference? Women are part of our society, consisting of almost half of the population. Men & women both are important for our society.
They are like two sides of a coin, who are equally valuable & important. So giving them an equal opportunity at every field let it be a job or education has become an important aspect & vital for our growth as a country or society.
An educated woman gives us a better society who effortlessly balances life. They are always ready to challenge all hurdles of life. They are talented & brilliant. Education also increases their efficiency & productivity.
Not only in professional life but also it makes their life more comfortable at home too. As women are always considered the first teacher for a child, education empowers them for the same. It helps them to prove themselves in every role let it be at the home, job or as a citizen of the country. Education boosts their confidence & helps in living a happy life.
It is unfortunate to express that; however, in our country, we still have a long way to go in terms of girl’s education. There are still few people in the society who thinks that education is not the right of a girl. They still differentiate between male & female in terms of facilities to be given to them.
Few significant issues for which girl’s education still lags in the country is poverty, child marriage & gender-biased society. We do not consider girls to be a crucial asset for our country & economy, which has given rise to this inequality. The literacy rate of females is only 65.46%, whereas the literacy rate of males in India is over 80%.
Although the literacy rate has improved from 1947, still we have a lot more scope of improvement. Child marriage has been controlled to a great extent, reservation for women in both government & non-government organisation by the government is also a significant step.
“Beti Bachao Beti Padhao” is one of the initiatives of our government which works solely in this direction. We all must come forward & support the girl’s education as educated women will be better assets not only for our country but also our family.
Let us educate the girls for a better future.
Thank you. Have a beautiful day ahead.
Short Speech on Girl’s Education
Hello everyone. My name is ……… & I am going to deliver a speech on girl’s education. Education is vital for everyone to let it be for a male or female.
Education helps us in the growth & development of ourselves with growth in personality & skills. It is one of the fundamental right of everyone to get education & equal rights in every field. Men & women are equally important in this society; none of them can be ignored for the development of the country.
However, we still face an issue like inequality, gender bias decisions when it comes to the education of women. Still, there are few people in our society who thinks that girls are born to do only home chores.
The mind-set of society is that women are here only to continue the family tradition & take care of the family. However, we all need to understand that women can do much more than that. They can also contribute equally to the economy & growth of this country.
Women are already proving themselves in several flies of science, technology, teaching, law, politics & many more. Girl’s education is essential as they are the first teachers to their child. They are ones who spread knowledge & learning to them.
Education broadens the outlook of the women & also helps them to manage things easily as well as tactfully. It gives them the freedom to think & act. Educated girls can brighten up the future of the country by contributing to the economy.
Education also empowers women to be economically independent & to take self-driven decisions in life. Girls must be given equal opportunities as boys in every field so that they can also be proved to be as important as males in society. We all must remember that.
“When women are educated, their countries become stronger and more prosperous.”