Female Education

Female Education

Female education is very essential for the overall development of a nation. More or less half of the population of a country is female. Leaving the females uneducated and unemployed, no nation can prosper. That’s why female education has been a crying need of the day. Once, women were confined within the four walls of the house and were used to doing only household chores. At that time, they were deprived of the light of education because of prejudice, unconsciousness, superstition, social backwardness, prejudiced outlook, social barriers, obstacles by the fundamentalists, and so on. But now it has changed a lot, and women are getting educated gradually. But most women are lagging far behind in education. The rate of female literacy is alarming because, without their education, our satisfactory development is impossible. Napoleon Bonaparte said, “Give me an educated mother and I will give you an educated nation.” From this line, we can easily realize the importance of female education. Women need to be educated for different reasons. To be a conscious citizen of the country, to be an active member of the family and society, to be a good mother or wife, and to lead a self-reliant better life, a woman should be educated properly. Besides, educated women have higher income potential than those who have had no schooling. Many people consider women inferior to men. But it is their wrong concept. Except for the biological difference, a girl has every capacity to work and to achieve a high position in life as a man can. An educated woman is conscious of her duties, rights, and responsibilities. So, we should take every necessary step to ensure a safe environment to educate our female force. Parents ought to be encouraged to send their daughters to school. The government and NGOs should patronize education for girls in order that they can be educated and play a vital role in the development of our country.

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