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International Journal of Applied Research

Vol. 3, Issue 11, Part G (2017)

Women education in India

Author(s)
Paritosh Mandal
Abstract
Education is one of the most important tools to empower a person or the community in general, and women and girls in particular. Educational level the attainment and literacy rates are indicators of the general development of any society. It is indispensable for women to achieve gender equality and empowerment prosperity and Sustainable Development.
Emphasis has been placed on the enrollment and retention of girls in formal and non-formal schooling, recruitment of rural women as teachers and removal of gender bias in the curriculum. Various schemes include special provisions; As such, the revised plan of the Black Board provides that at least 50% of the teachers should be recruited under the NFE program and 90% support is provided for girls, especially for the centers.
Pages: 493-495  |  178 Views  4 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Paritosh Mandal. Women education in India. Int J Appl Res 2017;3(11):493-495.
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