5 global best practices for Girl Child Education

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LAKSHMI A MENON 5 years 9 months ago

to improve girls education first of all 1) we need basic elementary education facilities in all rural areas(villages) , for this participation of ngo s and panchayats can be sort.. then need to ensure there is higher secondary school facility in block panchayat level..
2) incentives should be given to parents and also scholarships to to students and also to ngo s who came forward.
3) ensure safety of girls .

ajay behl 5 years 9 months ago

An initiative by educated female volunteers to teach just ten under privilage girl child nearby surroundings will start making difference atleast at primary level education.A small single step towards their better tommorow.then organising scholarship exams after 12 yrs.of age for higher education of deserving students and their placement in different schools at district level without fees with hostel.after this she is capable of making her decision herself independently.

abhishek siddha 5 years 9 months ago

मुझे लगता है की हम सभी को यह लेख जरुर पढना चाहिए क्योकि कोई भी सुधार करने के लिए पहले हमे अपने विचारो को शुद्ध करना होगा .
मेरे इस लेख से बालिका शिक्षा में आने वाली समस्याओ का विशेषकर ग्रामीण स्तर पर , का चित्रण किया गया है और इसको कैसे सुधारा जा सकता है और बलिकाओ की शिक्षा का उनके जीवन में , समाज के लिए एवं राष्ट्र के लिए कितनी आवश्यक है , इसका मार्मिक चित्रण इस लेख द्वारा किया जा रहा है .

Rishabh Agarwal 5 years 9 months ago

Firstly, the parents should not allow their daughters to work till the age of 18 atleast. They must be motivated and send their daughters to school so that they can complete their education. Especially, in rural areas the family forces the girl child to work with them in their household work and does not pay attention to their education. This has to be stopped.

Secondly, as in our family we are educating a girl of our maid servant, every household of the country should try to do this.

Aishwarya ganesh 5 years 9 months ago

I state that the main poin as the FEAR amoung parents.They think that more than learning,protection is better. then only other reasons ranks as second. every parents must know that they are the only person having rights to deside their ward`s life , not based on the views of others. The thing that everyone must adapt is that We have to learn to servive in this competitive WORLD (21st cent.) see if my parents thought i should not go to school,then today i would have not DISCUSS in front of all.

Swati Choubey 5 years 9 months ago

In Peru, for example, providing free textbooks boosted the odds that girls would enroll in school by 30 percent.
° In Bangladesh, the long-standing Bangladesh Rural
Action Committee (BRAC) now provides nonformal
schools for more than 1 million highly disadvantaged
children, two-thirds of them girls, as part of a broader
effort focused on mobilizing the poor throughout Bangladesh to help themselves. More than 90 percent of
students pass the government’s fifth grade examination .

PANKAJ KUMAR 5 years 9 months ago

In my view to meet this herculean task following basic steps to be taken :
1. Linked it to the duties of Panchayat in rural areas and Ward Councillors in urban area :
2. Make not sending girl child to school as child labour crime
3.Incentivise girls who are attending schools
4. Debarring parents from getting susidized schemes/social schemes if their girls are not attending school.
5.Time flexibility of attending school and use of technology for monitoring and teaching .

sho bhatt 5 years 9 months ago

Government can use mobile van schools equipped with information technology support especially designed vans to support many girls in a different time slot . it can be thought as mobile schools.Scholar ship may be started for girl students regularly joining the school.Schools should be opened as per the population ratio with basic amenities and transportation facilities.

shubham jain 5 years 9 months ago

National Programme for Education of Girls at Elementary Level (NPEGEL): This programme was launched in July, 2003. It was an incentive to reach out to the girls who the SSA was not able to reach through other schemes. The SSA called out to the "hardest to reach girls". This scheme has covered 24 states in India. Under the NPEGEL, "model schools" have been set up to provide better opportunities to girls It has achieved success in 2013 with 2 of top ten scorers in IIT-JEE exam being girls .