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To educate a woman is to educate a nation
Let her use skill in estimation
Let her learn what is real; not hallucination
Give her a chance to get that that salutation
Which men do get because of education
SOMEONE HAS RIGHTLY SAID THAT IF YOU EDUCATE A MAN YOU EDUCATE HIM BUT IF YOU EDUCATE A WOMAN YOU EDUCATE THE WHOLE GENRATION.
IF A WOMEN IS EDUCATED SHE UNDERSTAND THE NEED OF EDUCATION AND THUS ARGUES HER CHILDEREN TO BE MORE EDUCATED THEN HER IN RETURN HER CHILDEREN UNDERSTAND THE NEED OF BETTER EDUCATION AND THUS THEY EDUCATE THEIR CHILDEREN MORE AND THUS IN THIS WAY THE WHOLE GENRATION OF A NATION ……A WOMAN PLAYS A IMPORTANT IN SHAPING THE FUTURE OF A NATION ….Women constitute almost half of the population in the world. But the hegemonic masculine ideology made them suffer a lot as they were denied equal opportunities in different parts of the world. The rise of feminist ideas has, however, led to the tremendous improvement of women's condition throughout the world in recent times. Access to education has been one of the most pressing demands of theses women's rights movements. Women education in India has also been a major preoccupation of both the government and civil society as educated women can play a very important role in the development of the country. India is poised to emerge as one of the most developed nations by 2020, more literate, knowledgeable and economically at the forefront. No doubt, women will play a vital role in contributing to the country's development. Women power is crucial to the economic growth of any country. In India this is yet to meet the requirements despite reforms. Little has been achieved in the area of female education, but for this to happen, this sector must experience a chain of reforms. Though India could well become one of the largest economies in the world, it is being hindered due to a lack of women's participation. AND HOW CAN A WOMEN PARTICIPATE IF SHE IS NOT EDUCATED…Although THERE ARE EVIDENCES THAT

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