PM Narendra Modi Talks About The Importance Of Education For Women In India. Yes To This!
I still remember one of the things my mother once yelled at me when I was 15. Like any other teenager in school, I didn’t want to study and just like any other concerned mother, mine was forcing me to. “You don’t have a choice. You will have to get an education.” is what she screamed across the living room that day. And those words made sure I push through both: my bachelors and masters. And as an adult, I understand the value of the opportunities my education brings me. However, many women in India don’t have the type of support I did to get an education. PM Narendra Modi spoke about the importance of women being educated today and he is completely right.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi emphasised the need of educating women in order to improve society. He added that his government is working to remove all barriers that women in the nation face while asserting that it is the responsibility of the entire country to advance women’s authority.
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PM Modi said that It is our collective responsibility to highlight the tremendous power of women in our country and the country’s central government is currently working to remove every barrier standing in the way of women’s advancement. He added that in order to improve society, it is crucial to educate women and even the Indian freedom struggle included a significant role for women. During the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav, Nari Shakti shall manifest as Rashtra Shakti, the Prime Minister said.
One of the schemes that PM Modi has come up with is Pradhan Mantri Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana. The Pradhan Mantri Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana was established to ensure the girl child’s financial security. More than 1.26 million Sukanya Samriddhi accounts have been opened, and more than Rs 20,000 crore has been deposited in them, demonstrating its overwhelming success.
In the meantime, the Prime Minister virtually opened and laid the cornerstone for numerous projects totaling more than Rs 300 crore of the spiritual organisation Shrimad Rajchandra Mission in Gujarat’s Valsad district.
Shrimad Rajchandra Animal Hospital, Shrimad Rajchandra Center of Excellence for Women, and Shrimad Rajchandra Hospital at Dharampur all received a symbolic opening from him.