Education and Health: Issues of Indian Girls

Education and Health is the major problem which face of mostly Indian girls. United Nations Institute for Water, Environment and Health’s annual report said that girls reach puberty face major problem for the management of health and health-related issues are lacking.

For girls in rural India wider lack of separate Taylor hinder their academic progress is being made. Adolescents days many girls who can not attend school during menstruation because girls do not arrange a separate Taylor.

Educational situation in India in 2011 annual reports Taylor appropriate arrangements being girls aged 12 to 18, at least five days each month are absent from school. The girls in the annual number of days of absence from school becomes about 50 days.

Health & Education Indian Women Issues

India’s Supreme Court, although in 2011 an order had issued, under which every public school toilet must be, however, in 2013, an NGO CRY by the conducted study found that 11 percent of school taylts exist are not only 18% of girls in schools, while 34 percent of schools arrange separate Taylor are extremely bad or unusable condition.

CRY East Atinder Nath Das, regional director, says children do not have clean drinking water, schools do not own a building, there is a drastic reduction of Taylor. No wonder that 8.1 million children in India are deprived of education in schools.”

Atinder Nath Das, says teaching kids in school, teaching a number of acquisition is disconnected and out of school. The majority of them from primary to upper primary school are girls. The reason for this is that we can not provide a proper system of Taylor.

United Nations Institute for Water, Environment and Health 2010 annual report said that girls reach puberty major problem for the management of health and health-related issues are lacking. This factors in women education Low rates and low standard of education suggests that the cause and consequence on the health of pregnant women and their children, these factors have profound implications.

In India in 2011, according to census results sanitation needs across the country, only 49% are available to residents of the rural areas the situation is worse. The ratio of these facilities, while only 31 percent of the class system divided into social and grass-roots communities and tribes in India the rate is even lower. 23% Dalit community and tribal groups, only 16% of health facilities are available to residents.

In rural areas, many Indian health system lacks the expansion of health and education programs and has been an obstacle to success.

An expert working for UNICEF in Kolkata SN 2009 Dev of India. education is a fundamental right of every child in the act include primary school education free and compulsory education till completion. Then the schools a key part of the infrastructure was adequate supply Taylor.

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