Do you know, how dream come true… Can you say, how the vision of an individual turns into social movement, have you ever imagined, which are the qualities we should have to connect ourselves to a great soul like Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam.

Vice Chairperson Message

Education is very necessary for every child whether boy or girl. It helps a person study new things with skill and learn about the facts of the world. Education plays an important role in the protection of women’s rights. It also helps to prevent discrimination based on gender. Education increases productivity in their work. An educated woman has skills, information, talent and self-confidence that make her a better mother, employee, and resident of the country. Women constitute almost half of our population. Men and women are like two aspects of a coin. Thus, they need equal opportunities to contribute to the development of the country. Both cannot survive without each other.

In Indian society, cases of child marriage are still present. A girl is forced to marry early and is often taken out of school at a very young age. People generally think that girls learn only domestic tasks. His contribution to household chores is more valuable than his education.

In this way, they give all the time to the family and no time to educate themself. But the educated wife will reduce the burden of her husband’s by sharing a job. The educated wife will educate her children about their rights and moral values.


Rubiya Amber

Vice Chairperson RMECT

I would like to conclude by saying that parents need to educate the girls about the qualities and benefits of education. Girl’s education is essential for the future of the country because women are the first teachers of their children.

Uneducated women cannot contribute to family management and fail to take care of children. This is not only the responsibility of the government but also the responsibility of the people around us.

The best part is that our Trust RMECT has made a very goods initiative for the education of girls through the ‘MISSION SANKALP’ campaign in the villages. For the development of our country, we need to educate all the girls. Because it is a fact that girls have achieved more success than boys in less time.

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