A focus on girls’ education in India has put in place since the 1986 National Policy on Education
and the 1992 Program of Action, followed by the SSA program launched in 2001, National
Curriculum Framework in 2005 and the National Curriculum Framework for Teacher Education in
Despite all these efforts, surprisingly, a large number of girls still remain outside the education
system. According to UNICEF India, out of 81% girls joining school at the primary level, around
50% drop out at the secondary level. Drop out in girls education has become an epidemic in India
If we try to find out, there are plenty of socio economic problems as well and sometimes these
are the biggest problems to send a girl to school and stand her in life. Main reason is poverty.
Many talented children have been forcefully left school because their parents are unable to
provide the money for their education.
But some of them fight against these odds valiantly and keep faith on their will to reach their
ultimate goal. From morning to night sometime they fight against the society, sometime against
their parents and even sometime against their own motivation.
----IPA Balarka Brahma