Women Education

(Aliyar, Karachi)

Article 25(a) states that "the State shall provide free and compulsory education to all children of the age of five to sixteen years in such manner as may be determined by law.

This is clear that provide education to the mass is one of the important responsibility of the state . According to article of the constitution of Pakistan access to education is one of the rights of citizen of Pakistan , especially women education should be encouraged and focused because facts and figures about that is not quite satisfactory ..

One of the alarming facts regarding the gender parity index , according to a famous English news paper article(dawn), Pakistan is the second worst country in the world in terms of parity gap index ranking 148 out of 149 countries in the 'Global Gender Gap Index 2018' report released by the World Economic Forum , so it is rightly said the man and woman are the two sides wheel of the car without one no movement of the car possible, like the Gender Gap Index the radio of male and female enrollment in The primary public school sector is 11,840,719; 57% (6,776,536) are boys, and 43% (5,064,183) are girls.

Education is the most weapon to change the world rightly said by Nellson Medella , for education should be available to each and everyone in the country especially for women.

Seminar and awareness session should be organized and spread by the government to eradicate that the stereotype thought wondering that women are only prone to work into the four wall of the house and not subjected to get education .

I just would like to conclude by the explanation of Hadit by Prophet Muhammad(PBUH) , he says it is the duty obligatory to men and women to gain knowledge and education . another one is that procure knowledge from cradle to the grave.

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