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Std 3 to 8 punah kasoti paper 14/09/2019

Std 3 to 8 punah kasoti paper 14/09/2019


Std 3 to 8 punah kasoti paper 

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The main purpose of celebrating Girl's Day is to remove the prevalent evils about girls, stop female feticide, instill a sense of respect for girls in society, emphasize on girls' education, stop child marriage, girls  Not only to increase the opportunities of development, to provide equal rights to girls or to emphasize on empowerment of girls, but also to be confronted by girls  It is also to identify all the challenges faced by them and identify their needs and help them in the fulfillment of their human rights.

 There is no doubt that girls have developed a lot in the last 2 decades and in every field, girls are walking shoulder to shoulder with boys, but even today the position of girls in society has not been so strong,  As much as it should be

 With the ever increasing rape incidents and female feticide, it can be guessed that even today girls are feeling disenchanted and insecure.

 However, efforts are also being made for this.  People are also being made aware for this.  This is the reason that every year, 24 January and 11 October are celebrated as National Girl Child Day and International Girl Child Day respectively.

 Let us tell you that National Girl Child Day was started to give girls new opportunities for the development of the country and to make them aware of their rights.

 This National Girl Child Day, celebrated every year on 24 January, began in the year 2009.  Indira Gandhi is remembered throughout the country on 24 January as a woman power.

 In fact, on this day Indira Gandhi was sitting in the Prime Minister's chair for the first time, so it was decided to celebrate this day as National Girl Child Day.  After this decision it was celebrated as a celebration throughout the country.

 At the same time, through the awareness program organized on the occasion of National Girl Child Day, all the evils prevailing towards girls in the society are being removed and emphasis is being given to empowerment of girls.

 The situation of girls is not right in India and in many other countries of the world, so International Day of the Girl Child is also celebrated on 11 October to protect girls' development and their rights.

 Let us tell you that on December 19, 2011, the United Nations had decided that October 11 would be celebrated as International Girl Child Day every year.

 The day was started with the objective of protecting the rights of girls and to overcome the challenges faced by them.  In 2012, International Girl Child Day was celebrated for the first time.

 In order to promote 'International Girl Child Day', a number of programs are also organized in different countries on this day, due to which girls and society's education, nutrition, their legal rights, medical care are given to them and the people of the society.  Is made aware.

 This is the reason why people's thinking towards girls in society is changing and today girls are ahead in every field including politics, education, sports, tourism.  There is no region of the world in which girls are not participating equally, girls are dominated in every field.

 But despite all this, girls have to fight for their rights.

 Let us tell you that out of about 1.1 billion girls in the world, there are about 75 crore girls, who were married at the age of 18.  At the same time, Bangladesh has the highest number of child marriages in the whole world, followed by India's name.

 On the other hand, in the case of child marriage, West Bengal is the first state, Bihar is second and Jharkhand is the third state.

 Apart from this, if we talk about the education of girls in India, then only 14 out of every 100 daughters in urban areas are able to study till the 12th standard, while the education of girls in villages or rural area in India is worse.  Here only 1 girl out of 100 is able to study till class is very poor condition tha other devloped country.

 Even, there are many girls in India like Mary Kom, Geeta Phogat, Kalpana Chawla, Sania Mirza, PT Usha, Sakshi Malik, Deepa Karmakar, Chanda Kochhar, Sumitra Mahajan, Lata Mangeshkar, who made their talent known all over the world and made the country proud.

 Apart from this, many schemes including Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao, Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana, Ladli Laxmi Yojana, Chief Minister Kanya Vivah Yojana are also being run by the Government of India.

 The main purpose of which is to better and empower girls.  So that they can further contribute significantly in building a better society.

 "Gift of daughter nature
 Don't despise him
 Who gives identity to daughter
 Great, same parents. "
Std 3 to 8 punah kasoti paper 14/09/2019 Std 3 to 8 punah kasoti paper 14/09/2019 Reviewed by Prem Dabhi on September 16, 2019 Rating: 5

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