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  • 1. Female EducationFemale EducationNeerajNeerajDhimanDhiman
  • 2. HistoryHistory The early 1980s are yet to be altogetherThe early 1980s are yet to be altogetherhistory, Indira Gandhi was the nation’shistory, Indira Gandhi was the nation’sprime minister. She knew her mindprime minister. She knew her mindFemale education in India is not a gift ofFemale education in India is not a gift ofmodern civilization; we have brilliantmodern civilization; we have brillianttradition of it in our country. At least 20tradition of it in our country. At least 20women composed Rigvedic hymns. Gargiwomen composed Rigvedic hymns. Gargiand Matreyi were the leadingand Matreyi were the leadingphilosophers of the time. Women in thephilosophers of the time. Women in theVedic era so excelled in the sphere ofVedic era so excelled in the sphere ofeducation that even the deity of learningeducation that even the deity of learningwas conceived of as a female popularlywas conceived of as a female popularlyknown as ‘Saraswatiknown as ‘Saraswati’ .’ .
  • 3. Girls and WomensGirls and WomensEducationEducation World Education has a long history of successfully workingWorld Education has a long history of successfully workingwith local partners to design, execute, manage and evaluatewith local partners to design, execute, manage and evaluateparticipatory, community-based initiatives to advance theparticipatory, community-based initiatives to advance theconditions of girls and women. World Educations programsconditions of girls and women. World Educations programshelp girls enroll and stay in school and help women gainhelp girls enroll and stay in school and help women gainaccess to or create new educational, financial, and socialaccess to or create new educational, financial, and socialresources in their communities. World Education programsresources in their communities. World Education programshelp girls and women improve their own lives, the lives ofhelp girls and women improve their own lives, the lives oftheir families and the conditions in the their communities.their families and the conditions in the their communities.
  • 4. School InstitutionSchool Institution School is important for cognitive, creativeSchool is important for cognitive, creativeand social development of children. So isand social development of children. So isthe School Sanitation and Hygienethe School Sanitation and HygieneEducation, necessary for the safe, secureEducation, necessary for the safe, secureand healthy environment for children toand healthy environment for children tolearn better and face the challenges oflearn better and face the challenges offuture life.future life.
  • 5. Graph of Female EducationGraph of Female Education
  • 6. The Problem & solutionThe Problem & solution Problem:-Problem:- Basic education inBasic education inrulerrulerarea.area. Solution:-Solution:- A DNET programA DNET programmonitormonitor
  • 7. A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITYA UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TheThe Asian UniversityAsian University forforWomen represents a uniqueWomen represents a uniqueopportunity: for talentedopportunity: for talentedstudents who wish to becomestudents who wish to becomeleaders and contribute toleaders and contribute tosociety; for educators andsociety; for educators andacademics who wish to makeacademics who wish to makea difference through ana difference through anexciting new educationalexciting new educationalenterpriseenterprise..
  • 8. Mission StatementMission Statement Article 26 of theArticle 26 of the Universal Declaration of HumanUniversal Declaration of HumanRightsRights states "Elementary education shall bestates "Elementary education shall becompulsory."  In the impoverished rural areas ofcompulsory."  In the impoverished rural areas ofnorthern India, however, basic education often fallsnorthern India, however, basic education often fallsby the wayside as families struggle to earn their dailyby the wayside as families struggle to earn their dailymeals. By providing scholarships, books, and uniformmeals. By providing scholarships, books, and uniformdonations, the Deoki Nandan Education Trustdonations, the Deoki Nandan Education Truststrives to ensure that all Indian children have accessstrives to ensure that all Indian children have accessto education.to education.
  • 9. Some words bySome words by“Jawahar Lal Nehru“Jawahar Lal Nehru””““ Educate a man and you educate one person.Educate a man and you educate one person.Educate a woman and you educate the whole family”Educate a woman and you educate the whole family”