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SEE Student Assessment, Results Publication and Certification Procedure, 2077

Jun 23, SEE Student Assessment, Results Publication and Certification Procedure, 2077

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Speech on Importance of Education

Education is a procedure of learning where knowledge, skills, and habits move from one generation to the other. Moreover, education is essential for the overall development of a human being. For instance, their personal, social as well as the economic development of the country. If we talk about the importance of education in our daily life, we have to admit that it improves our personal lives and helps in running the societies smoothly by protecting everyone including ourselves from the harmful and unexpected events.

Formal Education: Formal education is basically a practice of learning where a human learns basic, academic or some trade skills for his living. Formal education or formal learning initiates at the basic level. Further, it continues till the college or university level where people study bachelor and master courses. It comes under a certain combination of rules and regulations and it may provide a formal degree after the completion of the course. It is provided by the teachers that are highly qualified and educated and are under strict discipline as well.

Informal Education: Informal education is the type of education where people are not studying in a specific school or a college. They do not use any specific learning method or technique. When a father teaches his son how to ride a bicycle or a mother teaches her daughter how to cook food, then these learnings fall under the category of Informal Education. A person can get informal education by reading some books from any library or any educational website on the internet. However, unlike the formal education, informal education has no particular syllabus or any specific time period for learning.

Importance of Education

As per the report of the Kothari Commission, “the destiny of India is being shaped in its classrooms.” Education ingrain civic and social responsibility among everyone. India is a land of diversities. Therefore, in order to bring unity, education is a means for emotional integration. We cannot do without any kind of education. Education is an essential aspect of human development. Education is a means of achieving a world of peace, justice, freedom, and equality for all. Thus, education is extremely necessary for all. No good life is possible without education.

It indorses the intelligence of human beings, develops his skill, and enables him to be industrious. It ensures his progress. Education also channelizes the undeveloped capacities, attitude, interest, urges and needs of the individual into desirable channels. The individual can adjust and modify his environment with the help of education as per his need.

3 Minutes Speech on Girl’s Education

A very warm welcome to all the teachers and students present in the auditorium. I am here to deliver a speech on girl’s education. Education is very necessary for every child whether boy or girl. It helps a person study new things with skill and learn about the facts of the world. Education plays an important role in the protection of women’s rights. It also helps to prevent discrimination based on gender. Education increases productivity in their work. An educated woman has skills, information, talent and self-confidence that make her a better mother, employee, and resident of the country. Women constitute almost half of our population. Men and women are like two aspects of a coin.  Thus, they need equal opportunities to contribute to the development of the country. Both cannot survive without each other.

It is depressing that some communities still differentiate against the education of the girl child. Education is the key factor for girl’s empowerment, prosperity, development, and welfare. There are continuous inequality and liability of girls in all sectors economic, education, social, political, health care, nutrition, right and legal, etc.

The rise of girl’s education was mainly done by king Ram Mohan Roy and Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar during British rule in India. He paid attention to the education of women. Some leaders of the scheduled caste community like Jyotiba Phule and Babasaheb Ambedkar had initiated many initiatives to provide education to the women of India.

At the same time, as a result, the female literacy rate has increased since 1947. Many factors are responsible for less education of women in the society like poverty, distance, insecurity, negative behaviors, child marriage, child labor, religious factors, etc.

Poverty

In developing countries, poverty is one of the major problems. Though education is free, the cost of sending children to school is very high. It includes school uniforms, books, etc which is very high for families living below the poverty line. Even if they cannot afford a daily meal, educational expenditure is very distant. This is the reason parents like to keep their daughters at home.

Child Marriage

In Indian society, cases of child marriage are still present. A girl is forced to marry early and is often taken out of school at a very young age. People generally think that girls learn only domestic tasks. His contribution to household chores is more valuable than his education.

In this way, they give all the time to the family and no time to educate themself. But the educated wife will reduce the burden of her husband’s by sharing a job. The educated wife will educate her children about their rights and moral values.

Conclusion

I would like to conclude by saying that parents need to educate the girls about the qualities and benefits of education. Girl’s education is essential for the future of the country because women are the first teachers of their children.

Uneducated women cannot contribute to family management and fail to take care of children. This is not only the responsibility of the government but also the responsibility of the people around us.

The best part is that our prime minister has made a very goods initiative for the education of girls through the ‘Beti Bachao Beti Padhao’ campaign in the villages. For the development of our country, we need to educate all the girls. Because it is a fact that girls have achieved more success than boys in less time.

Thanks!

 

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