National Girl Child Day

National Girl Child Day

National Girl Child Day 

New Delhi: National Girl Child Day is observed on 24 January to fight against social discrimination and exploitation that girls face almost every day in their lives.

This day offers help, new chances to the young ladies in the nation. It is praised to bring issues to light among individuals about disparities, segregation, misuse looked by the young ladies in the general public. The imbalance might be as far as training, sustenance, lawful rights, therapeutic consideration, assurance, child marriage, opportunity, and so forth. Presumably, the progression of the Government of India to commend the National Girl Child Day is an improvement crucial the little youngsters and furthermore advancement of the centrality of young ladies as a kid.

Objectives of national girl child day
- To increase the consciousness of the people and offer new opportunities to the girl child in the society.
- To remove all the inequalities faced by the girl child.
- To ensure that the girl child should get all their human rights, respect and value in the country.
- To work regarding gender discrimination, to educate people.



Rights Of Girl Child In India
Various schemes are mentioned by the Government of India to make the living status of the girl child better. Some of the schemes are as follows:
- The determination of sex in clinics during pregnancy has been blocked by the government.
- Child marriages of the girls are restricted now.
- To save a girl child a scheme namely "Save the Girl Child" has been introduced by the government.
- Free and compulsory education for both boys and girls till 14 years of age has improved the education of girl child.
- To fight with malnutrition, high illiteracy, poverty and infant mortality in the society, antenatal care has been made necessary for all pregnant women.
- Many Laws are made by the Government like Anti-Sati, Anti-MTP to make women get employment and status to the Women.

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