There was a time when people thought that it was not necessary to educate girls. Now we have begun to realize that girls’ education is essential. The modern age is the age of awakening of girls. They are trying to compete with men in all spheres of life. There are many people who oppose girls’ education. They say that the proper sphere of girls is the home. So, they argue that the money spent on girl’s education is wasted. This view is wrong, because girl’s education can bring about a silent resolution in the society.

Importance of girls Education: There is several advantage of girls’ education. Grown up educated girls can play an important role in the development of their country.

They can share the burden of men in the different walk of life. They can serve the society as teachers, lawyers, doctors and administrators. They can work at banks, hospitals, government offices and large businesses. They can play an important role during war.

Education is a boon to girls in this age of economic crisis. Gone are the days of plenty and prosperity. Now a days it is difficult for the people of the middle class to make both ends meet. After marriage, educated girls can add to the income of their husbands. If a woman is educated, she can earn a living after the death of her husband.

Girls’ education is necessary for making our homes happy places. Our home life would be brightened if we had well educated wives and mother. Educated girls can brighten the future of their country by the good upbringing of their children. Education gives a woman freedom of thought. It broadens her outlook and makes her aware of her duties and responsibilities.

Education empower a grown up girl to become economically independent. They will be able to stand up for their rights. Girls have all the rights to get educated. Empowerment of girls and women is necessary to fight against the problem of gender-inequality.

Education of rural girls is equally important. The rural girls are not getting ample opportunity for education. Education of these girls would have positive impact on both economy and society.

Suggestions: Many people say that girls should not go in for degrees. They are wrong, because girls have already proved their worth in all walks of life. There is no reason why girls should not get the same kind of education as men. But they should not neglect their duties at the home. So, girls must have knowledge of domestic science and child psychology.

Conclusions: The progress of a country depends on girls’ education. So, girls’ education should be encouraged.
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" One child, one teacher, one book, one pen can change the world."- Malala Yousafzai, 
Education of a child starts from the family and mother is the first teacher. 
Education plays a great role in the life of everyone all through the life. Getting proper education is very necessary to get success and happy life just like food is necessary for healthy body. 
The more knowledge we get, we grow and develop more in the life.
Education is the most important tool offers inner and outer strength to a person. Education is the fundamental rights of everyone and capable of bringing any desired change and upliftment in the human mind and society.
A girl is no less than a boy; if anything, they are all the more diligent, hardworking and consistent in their effort towards anything. A girl should be educated in order to ensure a better life for herself. If she is empowered she would be in a condition to add on the income of the family, and raising the living condition of her family.
Women education is very important for the country to fully develop.
The government of India has initiated various programs and policies to ensure that a girl does not miss out any opportunity of getting education. After independence, the government had set up a National Committee on Women’s Education in 1958, and it recommended that female education should be at par with male education. In the year 1964, the Education Commission was set up, which largely talked about focusing on educating the girl child. The government came up with ‘New Education Policy’ in the year 1968, which focused on the overall education at both rural and urban areas.

Until we create awareness amongst people about the benefits of women education, all these programs would not bring about the desired result.

We fail to understand that men and women are two sides of the same coin—a girl is as much a part of the society as is a boy. They are both the futures of tomorrow.

They both need to be given equal opportunities for the wholesome growth of the nation.

Let us give the girl child a chance to show her capabilities.