Why India need Beti Bachao Beti Padhao Mission?

Beti Bachao Beti Padhao

The Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao (BBBP) 

If we come across the history of our country, the records for the Boy-Girl ratio has been alarming. There are the huge number of cases where the girl child are killed before birth. In many sections of the society, the girls are not given proper education as par with the male counterparts. To address this situation, Prime Minister, Narendra Modi launched a mission that will address the issue. Its motto is to “Save Girls” and “Teach Girls”. With a funding of Rs. 100 crore, this will address the safety and the education of the girl child in our country.
As per 2011 census, the gender ration was fount to be 918 girls per 1,000 boys up to the age of 6 years. It is quite alarming and is very low. So this mission will spread awareness and will make sure that the welfare scheme reaches the girls.
Our prime minister believes that if a female is taught, a whole family is taught. And by this belief, he launched this scheme. As he believes that this scheme will help in spreading the literary in the country.

This mission is on major scale successful.

Below are the few of the achievements:

  1. The sex ratio has crossed up to 950 females per 1000 males.
  2. Now have many women police officers from the earlier 6 percent to  8.5 in such a small period.
  3. The government is giving utmost priority to the quality of education infrastructure encouraging more and more girl child to transform their future and fulfil their dreams.
  4. Reports suggesting the failure of students in class 1 to class 10 has now been taken under consideration having built a new test system to incorporate a better knowledge about the subjects and thorough understanding.

Thanks for reading. This article was bought to you by Hamari Yojana, an initiative by a Political Science student and a CA student. Stay tuned for more articles like this.If you have any query, drop a comment down below.

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