Presentation on woman education

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  • Hi Geeta, I have been reading about the rich educational heritage of India for quite some time. Your presentation will surely enhance my knowledge. What I have come to know from my brief reading is,  Indian Higher Education system is one of the platforms where women perticipated with courage and gusto. In 3rd century BC, education was imparted orally and many women scholars participated in this. When Buddhism spread to , some world famous educational institutions such as Nalanda, Vikramshila and Takshila were established. Research shows that a number of women were enrolled in these temples of learning.
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  • where you seem muslims restrict education of women, yuo are wrong , fucking me baster
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  • I would like to know in full detail how this played vital role? Was it religion or it was cultural slavery? Check facts and put else remove this. i would like to have facts for it written by an authantic person not by a random rookie. Else I would request you to put down of site
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  1. 1. Women’s Education in IndiaJawaharlal Nehru had once said-”Educate a man and you educate one person. Educate a woman and you educate the whole family.”Women education in India has improved through the ages, and women in India have come a long way since the Purdah system.
  2. 2. Female Education in India is not a gift of modern civilization. India has always been a relentless champion of the cause of women at all international and national front.
  3. 3.  Women Education in Ancient India In the Vedic period women had access to education, but gradually they had lost this right. Indian scriptures Rig Veda and Upanishads mention about several women sages and seers. Women enjoyed equivalent position and rights in the early Vedic era. However, after 500 B.C, the position of women started to decline.
  4. 4. Women Education in Medieval IndiaThe Islamic invasion played a vital role in restricting freedom and rights of the women.Women education in medieval India further deteriorated with the introduction of Purdah system . Different customs and conventions of diverse religions like Hinduism, Islam, and Christianity further deteriorated the state of women in the
  5. 5. Women Education in Colonial India Women education in Colonial India witnessed an essential expansion. Various movements were launched to make women of the country literate. Furthermore, this progress journeyed through the years and influenced the modern Indian education system.
  6. 6. Women Education in Modern India Women Education in Modern India is traced back to the years after the independence of India. In the present times, the government of India takes measures to provide education to all women of the country. Women literacy rate seemingly rose in the modern days. This has actually helped women to achieve top positions at work place and also at society.
  7. 7. The Constitution of IndiaGuarantees free primary school education for both boys and girls up to age 14. Education in India plays a vital role in the overall development of the country. This proves that educated women promote education in their family. The government of India has recently launched the Saakshar Bharat Mission for Female Literacy, which aims to reduce female illiteracy.
  8. 8. GOVERNMENT STRATERGIESRight and PrivilegesThe Constitution of India not only grants equality to women but also empowers the State to adopt measures of positive discrimination in favour of women for neutralizing the socio-economic, educational and political disadvantages that they could be facing.
  9. 9.  Article 14 confers on men and women equal rights and opportunities in the political, economic and social spheres. Article 15 prohibits discrimination against any citizen on the grounds of religion, race, caste, sex etc. . Article 15(3) makes a special provision enabling the State to make affirmative discriminations in favour of women.
  10. 10.  Article 39(a) further mentions that the State shall direct its policy towards securing all citizens, men and women, equally, the right to means of livelihood, Article 39(c) ensures equal pay for equal work.
  11. 11.  Article 42 directs the State to make provision for ensuring just and humane conditions of work and maternity relief. Above all, the Constitution imposes a fundamental duty on every citizen through Articles 15 (A) (e) to renounce the practices derogatory to the dignity of women.
  12. 12. Government Planning for Girls Education The National Plan of Action for Women (NPA) adopted in 1976 became a guiding document for the development of women till 1988 when a National Perspective Plan for Women was formulated. The National Perspective Plan for Women (NPP) (1988-2000) drafted by a Core-Group of experts is more or less a long term policy document advocating a holistic approach for the development of women
  13. 13. ‘Shram Shakti’ - The report of the National Commission on Self-employed Women and Women in the Informal Sector (1988) examines the entire gamut of issues facing women in the unorganized sector and makes a number of recommendations relating to employment, occupational hazards, legislative protection, training and skill development, marketing and credit for women in the informal sector.The National Plan of Action for the Girl Child (NPA) 1991-2000 is an integrated multi-sectoral decadal Plan of Action. for ensuring survival, protection and development of children with a special gender sensitivity built for the girl child and
  14. 14.  In addition to these, there are many other women-related policies like the National Policy on Education (NPE) 1966, National Health Policy (NHP) 1983, National Commission for Women’s Act (NCW) 1990, which have been influencing the welfare and development of women and children in the country.
  15. 15. FACTORS FOR POOR LITERACY RATE- Gender based Inequality-this is highly prevalent in India. Women and girls are not treated on par with the men or boys. The mind set of people, that a girl child is a burden, is changing. Occupation of Girls as Domestic Help- Most young girls from the rural areas are made to drop out of school and made to work as domestic servants. This is why there is such a high rate of drop-outs from school. Other Reasons-Exploitation, sexual abuse are few of the other reasons why parents are send their daughters to school.
  16. 16. NECESSITY FOR EDUCATION OF WOMEN Empowerment of women- Economic – Increase in the Revenue of the Family- Check on Social evils- Part in Household Activities- have proved that lack of education affects the general health of the family. Besides general health inculcating good moral values in her children would be one of the top priorities of any educated mother
  17. 17.  DR. GEETA SHIROMANI HEAD OF DEPARTMENT

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