January 30, 2022
Education plays an important role in the development of human society. In addition, it certainly plays the most important role in a woman's life. In short, in a patriarchal society, a woman with a good education can lead a decent life. Education is essential for women because it supports them in choosing the lifestyle they want to lead.
The importance of education for women can be likened to the lifeline of the human body. It is also known as the light of life because it develops the quality of accepting the changes that occur in people's lives. Education is the basis of development and plays a crucial role in the development of human society. It initiates positive and constructive changes in human life. Educate people about important issues, but at the same time be organized, competent and accountable. Learners can analyze people's good and bad behavior and make changes if needed. As we all know, women occupy a central place in society due to organizing household activities, interacting with family members, and supporting children in proper development. For this, a woman needs to know more, be more attentive, cooperate, and much more. All of the above functions should be taught through training. Therefore, education is essential for a woman to do the right thing and organize the household. As women become more empowered, household chores will become more efficient and society will function better. In today's competitive society, the government always needs a productive workforce for its development. When people are well educated and united, they will work together and develop a positive attitude towards the country's development. This situation can be created by educating women.
In the case of Nepal, the following data shows the educational status of women.
The 2010-2011 Nepal Standard of Living Survey (NLSS-III) found that the adult literacy rate in Nepal is 65.9%, with a large gender gap. While the literacy rate for men is 75.1 percent, it is only 57.4 percent for women. This shows that the Nepalese still have the idea that girls are only allowed to go to school.
Women receive only about 16 percent of their undergraduate and 11 percent of their PhD degrees in engineering. Less than 22% of PhDs in math and science; 28% Bachelor and 15% PhD in Computer Science and Information Science. In contrast, women continue to earn the majority of degrees at all levels (associated through to PhD) in traditionally dominated fields, including health professions such as nursing, physical therapy, health management (83%) and education (77%). ٪.
In order to stabilize the situation, people need basic needs. Many traditional and religious beliefs prevent women from exercising their rights. Educated or illiterate women do not feel as qualified as men. They don't want to enjoy their rights and freedoms. However, educated and conscious women enjoy a variety of freedoms and rights, e.g. E.g. working in different fields, traveling to different places to gain knowledge, and so on. In order to improve the situation of women in Nepal, they should be granted all possible rights. There are many legal rights for women, but their implementation is still as poor as in other developing countries. In Nepal, women themselves need to be more vigilant and aware to advance their status and rights. To this end, the government individuals, and families should pay more attention to increasing the number of educated women in the country.
The education of women is one of the most important development goals of the country. Because an educated woman can also help strengthen her family, her community, and her country. They can take good care of their children and help their spouses to have a happy and prosperous life. Likewise, an educated woman can support her family in running their business. He can also be a good candidate for the leadership of the country. As a mother, a woman is her children's first teacher. The educational system in which girls and boys learn together to study at the same institution is co-educational. At present, coeducation is still criticized in some places since ancient times, but the main way is to improve the education of women in our country. Therefore, a co-educational system with more girls is the most important factor for development in a developing country like Nepal.
In different societies of different countries, women are neglected. They are considered a means of entertainment, pleasure, and childbirth, which is a very bad idea not only for women but also for the betterment of human civilization. In our country, only 57.4% of women are literate, while the average literacy rate is 65%. He points out that many women confine themselves to housework because of their illiteracy and consequent conservatism and superstition. Today, most girls from urban areas study for better higher education opportunities in schools and universities. But girls have relatively fewer opportunities in rural areas. This may be due to the culture of early marriage and the lack of parental awareness in the countryside. Some of the organizations trying to provide education for women are RUWON Nepal, Women LEAD Nepal, EDUC-Nepal, and so on. In our country, women should be educated through the adult literacy program. Governing institutions, social workers, and any informed person should encourage them to learn and therefore to learn. If this program is properly implemented, a woman can instill good morals in her children and make them disciplined and socially conscious people. We know that the mother is the most important teacher of all. Both the central government and the seven federal states should give high priority to the education of women. Most importantly, women become more self-aware and active to increase their credibility. Therefore, in order to ensure sustainable development, people must promote the education of women by providing them with equal opportunities on an equal basis.
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