Women empowerment through skill development

This task calls for ideas for a curriculum that helps develop skills of girl students. This task involves identification of the skill sets and then moulding them into a curriculum ...

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This task calls for ideas for a curriculum that helps develop skills of girl students. This task involves identification of the skill sets and then moulding them into a curriculum that can be beneficial for girl students.

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Hardip Tailor 3 years 3 months ago

We should think for the poorest girl in rural area first.
Every state has its own culture and speciality for handicrafts.

At the age of 10-14, they are able to learn many things.
We can compulsary introduce handicrafts practise at small level.

By this way we can save our culture.This handicarft from rural area will help to give them sustainable income.
We should make it compulsary in every state according to their own culture.
Fare should be introduce once in month in district for them

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utkarsh totla 3 years 3 months ago

1. Women must learn machine design & also practice in mech workshops, lack of women mechanical engineers create a huge scope in mechanical industries for women. 2. Creative women can themselves put up household industries for handicraft, artistic & designed products. 3. Women can pursue Law & become Lawyers & Judges in higher courts. 4. Women can pursue in commerce field & become entrepreneurs & also take jobs in MNCs. 5. Women can march in military services as well as prepare for IPS

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utkarsh totla 3 years 3 months ago

1. Women must step in sports & it must be mandatory in all institutions for females to adapt a sport, this will not only empower them but they can also represent country at international platforms. 2. Women must learn tailoring, finishing clothes, this'll put them in textile industries. 3. Women must learn fashion & product designing which has a huge international as well as national market & learn machine design. 4. Women must learn coding & web designing which has a scope in IT industry.

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Swati Choubey 3 years 3 months ago

I don’t think there should be any difference in curriculum for girls. We must test the students for their interest and teach accordingly as many girls like studying Maths and Engineering while boys may like cooking and fashion designing.
Vocational courses must start for classes 11th on-wards.
SUPW classes must be given more importance as they help in understanding child's interests.

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PRAMA CHATTERJEE 3 years 3 months ago

Self-reflection is an efficient tool for developing & enhancing skills. In pre-school curriculum we can encourage children(applies to both girls & boys) to identify their own strengths,weaknesses & interests through play based & project based learning..Basically providing a classroom environment where instead of giving them option, facilitating them to explore their own skills & interest.It is quite amazing to see kids coming up with excellent ideas...

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Trupti J 3 years 3 months ago

It so happens that a girl starts working at an early age so that the men in the family can learn, and girls can support their brother's education. Can there be a way where a girl cannot work more than x hours so that they can attend school, and a minimum wage can be determined so that they can also learn side by side. Basic Entrepreneurship, Math lessons and sex education should also be given to these small girls so that they should not be taken undue advantage of.

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Alokesh Sharma 3 years 3 months ago

When we talk about about skills it does not cookery, tailoring, etc. These are vocational courses which the girls can enroll themselves into post school. In today's world we require various soft skill for employability. I have attached a pdf showing the curriculum framework for incorporation of such skills.