Educational status is an important indicator of children’s well-being and future life opportunities. It can predict the growth potential and economic viability of a state.
If we look out on the life of orphans, there are several challenges. But the biggest challenge lies in getting the right Education and the trained teachers. Though India has no dearth of educated, trained and willing teachers. Then Why education can’t be the same for all???
Education is always important for every individual irrespective of its caste, creed or gender. Girl education is equally important as of boys. It is a tool which could play a vital role in Women Empowerment. Educating a girl means educating a family. Educating a girl also helps her to get the awareness about his rights and duties as an individual and makes her self-reliant so that she could take the decisions of her life without being dependent on others.
We at eSaral believes to make education equal for all. In this season of giving, intending to make education affordable, accessible and thoughtful for all, eSaral contributed a tab with SD card containing complete course worth Rs.50,000 at Tejasvini Balika Graha in KOTA (Rajasthan).
Tab contributed at Tejasvini Balika Graha Comprises:
- Complete Course of Class 10th, JEE, and NEET
- Video lectures from Top IITian Faculties.
- Practice questions
- Complete study material and many more. . .
Education breaks the cycle of poverty and hopelessness and it enables the children to look forward to a bright future with good careers. Education inspires, enables and impacts entire communities.
If we wish to see India progress and develop, we need to educate our girl child. They are indeed the future of our nation. Moreover, when they become educated, they will not have to be reliant on others for their livelihood.
One of the most important benefits of girl education is that the country’s future will be brighter and better. Similarly, our economy can grow faster if more and more women become financially strong thereby reducing poverty.
Let’s Support Girl Education
When You Educate a Girl, You Educate a Nation!