Gangubai truly gives us a benchmark of empowerment that arises from the will to never give up and consolidates in empowering other women.
“Nowadays the number of divorce cases has increased a lot. People fight over trivial issues, ” said Mohan Bhagwat.
According to a UNICEF report, about 63 million adolescent girls in India in the age bracket of 10-19 years are short, thin, overweight or obese. Around 40 percent of adolescent girls suffer from anemia.
Amidst all that is happening in the educational institutions across the country, the most unheard voices is that of the concerned parents. We spoke to several parents with children who aspire to move out of their hometowns for higher education. Here’s what they say:
“Teaching and learning across continents is like a team sport – making a difference in a learning community brings the experiences of students in diverse countries together in fun ways,” says Professor Colette Mazzucelli.
The university will allow transgender people to study right from class one to PG.
“From a young age, Pakistani student Malala Yousafzai was known for speaking out in favour of the education of girls, and highlighting the atrocities of Taliban,” states UN News.
Let’s take a look at how India fared in terms of girls’ education in 2019.
Meet five women entrepreneurs in India who are working in the education sector.
Nowadays education is not only about Math or English, but also about creativity, self-expression and social-emotional learning. And edutainment apps help to bridge this gap, says Paper Boat apps Founder and COO Anshu Dhanuka.
“I have always had the belief that if one has a voice, one should exercise it! I constantly push my students to take up causes so as to fight for what they believe in, to make a change.” – Kiran Sethi
Why are we okay with peers and schools burdening even pre-schoolers with the pressure to top in school exams?