GIRL’S EDUCATION: A LIFELINE TO DEVELOPMENT; RIDHI BAJAJ 

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Girl’s education is a catch-all term for a complex set of issues and debates surrounding education. It’s s sad that some communities still discriminate against the education of the girl.. But do they know the importance of educating a girl? An educated lady is a good friend, a clever nurse and a useful adviser to her husband. So she is a true help-mate. Girl’s education is very important for the country to fully develop. It is like an effective medicine to cure a patient completely and provide health back. If she is educated, she will make such impression on the mind of her children that will enable them in the later life to grow into a great one. If the girls of our country are not educated, about half of the people will be ignorant.”

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There are several advantages of Girl’s education. Grown up educated girls can play an important role in the development of their country. They can share the burden of men in the different walk of life. They can serve the society as teachers, lawyers, doctors and administrators. They can work at banks, hospitals, government offices and large businesses. They can play an important role during war.

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Education will empower girl to come forward and contribute towards the development and prosperity of the country. Education teaches a girl what she should be. It also teaches her how she should do it to be good daughter, a good wife and a good mother. Many people say that girls should not go in for degrees. They are wrong, because girls have already proved their worth in all walks of life. There is no reason why girls should not get the same kind of education as men. Educating a girl is one of the best investments her family, community, and country can make..

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People do remember one thing if you educate a boy you educate a person but if you educate a girl you educate the whole family.

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