Mission: To Impact 600 million YOUth of our Country
This is Adorable ***** once again wishing you a very special morning. As I always say your mails always have been a source of motivation to me and yes it again proved to be true. The amazing attachments that you mailed me were just fantastic.
Sir as the quote goes, “Motivation never lasts. Well, neither does bathing, that is why we recommend it daily.” The same aptly lies to me. I am always motivated and when the time comes that my level motivation goes low, I found one of the greatest mail blinking in my inbox again boosting my motivation like anything.
I heartily thank you for that sir.
Always awaiting your presence here and just recalling the moments spent with you that were awesome.
I also welcome all other mail that shall motivate me the moment I feel low at times.
Thank You so much sir for getting some time for us from yours busy schedule and showing us the path to happiness.
Note from Me
It inspires me to continue in pursuit of my “Mission Possible”!!!! These mails and your regular feedback push me towards my goal.
Looking forward to seeing each one of you more often.
Till we meet again. Adios. Ciao. Cheerio. Godspeed. Bye. Tada. Hasta la vista. Adieu. Salut. Au Revoir.
Feminism in its noun form is the advocacy of women’s rights on the ground of equality of the sexes. It is a range of political movements, ideologies and social movements that share a common goal – to define, establish and achieve political, economic, personal and social rights for women that are equal to those of men. This includes seeking to establish equal opportunities for women in education and employment.
In the increased instances of atrocities against women, one major factor which stands out is the level of education amongst the victims. It is not to say that the educated are NOT harassed but the instances reduce drastically. More often than not, when uneducated, the chances are the atrocities have gone unnoticed and unreported. Cases of police refusing to write down a complaint are galore. Complaining and cribbing is NOT the solution. We, as a society, have to take up cudgels and make sure that the ‘Right to Education’ is truly implemented in letter and spirit.
Importance of Women education
It is imperative that the women be educated for various reasons and its importance is briefly summarized below:
1. Economic development and prosperity: Education will empower women to come forward and contribute towards the development and prosperity of the country.
2. Economic empowerment: So long as women remain backward and economically dependent on men, the helpless condition is prone to exploitation. Economic empowerment and independence will only come through proper education.
3. Improved life: Education helps a woman to live a good life. She can claim her identity as an individual. She can read and learn about her rights. Her rights would not get trodden down. The life/condition of women would improve.
4. Improved health: Educated girls and women are aware of the importance of health and hygiene. Through health education, they are empowered to lead a healthy lifestyle. Educated mothers can take better care of both herself and her baby.
5. Dignity and honour: Educated women are now looked upon with dignity and honour. They become a source of inspiration for millions of young girls who make them their role-models.
6. Justice: Educated women are more informed of their rights for justice. It would eventually lead to decline in instances of violence and atrocities against women such as dowry, forced-prostitution, child-marriage, female foeticide, etc.
7. Choice to choose a profession of her choice: Educated women can prove be highly successful in the fields of life. A girl-child should get equal opportunity for education, so that, she can plan to become a successful doctors, engineers, nurses, air-hostesses, cook, or choose a profession of her choice.
8. Alleviate poverty: Women education is a pre-requisite to alleviate poverty. Women need to take equal burden of the massive task of eliminating poverty. This would demand massive contribution from educated women. There cannot be much social and economic changes unless girls and women are given their rights for education.
Until the middle of nineteenth century, girls and women were educated only for traditional household works. Now, the society is witnessing changes in the role-status of women. There is greater emphasis on education girls and women in the same way as we educate boys and men. The modern-day parents want to fulfill the aspiration of their children without gender parity.
The overall position of women in society definitely will improve with better education and a general conscious effort on our part.