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Long and Short Speech on Beti Bachao Beti Padhao
Good Morning Respected Principal, Teachers and My Dear Friends!
As today, we all are assembled here on this special occasion, I would like to say a few words on the campaign started by the Indian Government named as Beti Bachao Beti Padhao. This campaign was launched by our Prime Minister in 2015. It aims at helping girl children across the country to grow through access to education, medical facilities, etc that will automatically lead us towards the women empowerment.
As we all know that in India, there always has been a difference in child sex ratio due to our patriarchal society. Girls always have been a target of foeticide or infanticide and there still exist many such cases. This could be considered as the main reason behind the launch of this campaign. The step was taken by the government to ensure the rights of every girl child across the country literally deserves admiration from the females across the country.
We all should recognize the importance of the feminine in this world and make a good difference in the society by keeping both male and female on the same scale because the importance of both is equal in this world.
Good Morning Respected Principal, Teachers and My Dear Friends!
Today is 22nd January and in 2015 on the same date a campaign called Beti Bachao Beti Padhao was launched by the Prime Minister and as a reminiscence, I would like to say a few words for it. A few years back this campaign was launched in India to address the issue of declining sex ratio in the country due to increasing crimes against girl child such as foeticide, infanticide, child trafficking, domestic violence etc.
This campaign aims at providing education, medical assistance, rights against discrimination and equal job opportunities to the girl child that is also a huge part of women empowerment. This campaign can only be a success if every citizen will come together to give every girl a safer, fruitful and a better future.
Not only the government, but we all should recognize the prominence of a female on this land because our existence is just an outcome of their sacrifices.
Good morning to all. My name is … I study in class … I would like to speech here on the topic of Beti Bachao Beti Padhao scheme on this occasion. Beti Bachao Beti Padhao is an effective campaign to save the girl child and educate the girl child all over India. It is a scheme run by the Government of India with the aim of spreading awareness as well as improving the efficiency of welfare services for the girls of India. The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, has started a Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana (launched on 22nd of January in 2015) under the Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao scheme. Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana was launched to support this scheme as well as make it successful by meeting the essential expenses of the girl child such as health, higher education and marriage.
This scheme is a good start for the girl child lives as it involves some effective efforts of the Government of India. It is the best scheme ever as it reduces the tension of parents as well as will save the lives of present and future born girls through this small investment on an annual basis. This project was started with an initial amount of Rs. 100 crore. It is also reported that the Ministry of Home Affairs will spend around Rs 150 crore over this scheme to assure women safety in large cities of India. This scheme has been planned and launched to reduce the level and effect of some dangerous social issues related to the girl child.
According to the census of 1991, the number of the girl child (age group 0-6 years) in India was 945 per 1,000 boys. It was reduced to 927 girls/1,000 boys in 2001 and 918 girls/1,000 boys in 2011. Regarding this, India was ranked at 41st number country among 195 countries by the UNICEF in 2012. Such a huge level of decline in the number of girls was the indication of lack of women empowerment in the country. This huge reduction in girl child number was because of the pre-birth discrimination, gender-biased sex selection, post-birth gender inequality, crimes against women, etc social issues.
On the launch of this scheme, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked the public to eradicate female foeticide and follow the Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao scheme for the betterment of the girl child. This programme was launched by the PM on the 22nd of January in 2015. It was first started from the Panipat, Haryana. The trend of ever-declining child sex ratio in the country has given rise to the necessity of this programme. The objectives of this scheme are:
- To ensure the survival, protection and higher education of the girl child.
- To ensure the empowerment of women through higher education and equal participation in all the working fields.
- To prevent gender-biased sex selective elimination of girl child.
- To enhance the status of girl child all over India especially in the top 100 selected districts (low in CSR).
- To bring the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Ministry of Women and Child Development, and the Ministry of Human Resource Development together to work conjointly for the welfare of girl child.
Thank You All.
Good morning to the respected Sir, Madam and my dear friends. We are gathered here to celebrate this occasion, so I would like to speech on Beti Bachao Beti Padhao scheme today. This programme is launched by the Modi government regarding the safety and protection of the girl child all through the country. This scheme was the urgent need of today’s time as without saving and empowering women of the country, development is not possible at all. Women cover around half the population of the country so they are half power of the country. That’s why they need equal rights, facilities and opportunities to go ahead and contribute to the development of India.
This scheme is regarding girl safety, protection and better education in the future without much load on the parents. In order to support this campaign, the government of India has started another programme named Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana. This scheme involves reducing the burden of parents at a young age. Because, according to this scheme, parents have to deposit some money in the bank on a monthly basis for which they will get benefited in future at the young age of their girl child whether for the education or marriage. Such an ambitious approach of the government in the form of Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao scheme will surely bring positive changes in the status of women in India. It is launched by the government with well-planned objectives, strategies and action plan to make it really effective.
It is to save the lives of the downtrodden girls and give them an opportunity of higher education so that they can be empowered and participate in all the working areas. According to this scheme, around 100 districts (having low CSR) have been chosen to take necessary actions first. This scheme is to improve the welfare of the girl child by creating awareness about gender discrimination in society. The proposal of a big amount of Indian rupee has been passed for the women safety in urban and large cities of the country. This scheme alone can support only, however, cannot completely solve the problem of the girl child, it needs to be supported by all the citizens of India. Rules and regulations, made to reduce crimes against the girl child, should be followed strictly and there should be strict punishment on the violation.
Good morning to the Principal sir, sir, madam and my dear colleagues. My name is … I study in class … As we all are together to celebrate this special event, I would like to recite a speech today on Beti Bachao Beti Padhao. I am very grateful to my class teacher to offer me such a great opportunity to speech on this nice topic in front of you. My dear friends, as we all well aware of the crimes against girl child and women in the Indian society, this scheme is to support them and empower them with their birthrights to live a normal life without any gender discrimination in the society. This scheme was an important necessity to eliminate the trend of ever-declining Child Sex Ratio in the country for a few decades.
The number of girl child of age group 0-6 years was reduced to 945/1000 in 1991, 927/1000 in 2001 and 918/1000 in 2011. It was a high pitch alarming sign to the Indian government to tackle it. This scheme is the result of that alarming sign regarding reduction in the number of the girl child. That alarming sign was the indication of the total lack of women empowerment in the country. The reduction in girl child sex ratio was because of the pre-birth discrimination, sex selection and elimination, post-birth discrimination, crimes, etc. Beti Bachao Beti Padhao scheme is launched by the Indian government on 22nd of January in 2015 to address the issue of decreasing girl child number in the country. It is a national campaign launched to focus on the main target all over the country especially in 100 selected districts with low CSR. It is a joint initiative supported by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Ministry of Human Resource Development and Ministry of Women and Child Development.
The main goal of this campaign is to save the girl child and educate the girl child all over India. Other objectives are eliminating the gender-biased sex-selective abortions and ensuring survival and protection of girl child. It is to make them able to get a proper education and a safe life. Around 100 districts, which are low in girl child sex ratio (as per 2011 census), have been selected for better and positive effects of this campaign. There are various strategies needed to be followed for the effectiveness of this scheme. It needs social mobilization and fast communication regarding the equal value of the girl child and her education. Districts with low CSR should be targeted first to better improve the condition. There is a need for awareness, appreciation and support by the end of all citizens especially youth and women groups for this social change.
This nation-wide campaign is initiated to increase awareness among people for saving and educating the girl child. It has aimed to ensure that girls are born, well nurtured and educated without being discriminated. It is to empower almost other half population of this country by giving them equal rights. This campaign requires National, State, District and community-level interventions of people and different stakeholders for accelerated impact over CSR issue.
Good morning to all. I … study in class … I would like to speech on Beti Bachao Beti Padhao campaign on this occasion. My dear friends, this scheme is launched by the PM of India, Narendra Modi, in 2015 on 22nd January to ensure the rights of girl child all over the country. This is an innovative scheme launched together with other supportive programmes like Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana, etc. Beti Bachao Beti Padhao scheme is implemented to initiate the saving of girl child and educating the girl child. According to this scheme, the action plan and strategies have been made for positive outcome especially in the districts having low girl child sex ratio.
There are around 100 districts with low CSR (child sex ratio) have been targeted to work first. Some of the districts of Haryana state with low CSR are Rewari, Bhiwani, Kurukshetra, Ambala, Mahendergarh, Sonepat, Jhajjar, Panipat, Karnal, Kaithal, Rohtak, and Yamuna Nagar. This campaign has aimed to improve the condition of girls as well as make them independent both socially and financially in the future through proper and higher education. It is a positive result generating awareness programme in order to improve the efficiency of welfare services for women.
This scheme was the urgent necessity of society to correct the issues regarding the welfare of girl child. If we see the census of 2011, the number of the girl child (age group of 0 to 6 years) was left around 918/1,000 boys. The continuous decrease in the number of the girl child was a dangerous sign and needed to tackle on an urgent basis. It happened so because of some bad practices against them such as pre-determination of sex and sex-selective abortions by using modern diagnostic tools in the hospitals. However, if by mistake a girl child takes birth, she has to face and bear the old social trend of gender discrimination for whole life and never gets equal opportunity to do works like a boy.
This programme is to remove the social biases favouring the male child in society as well as improving the status of the girl child through safety and education. This scheme is not a medicine curing a disease however it is a support plan. It can be successful only when it will be supported by us. There is need to change the attitude and mindset (especially parents) towards the girl child forever so that she too can get the same opportunity after her birth like safety, health care, education, etc. In this way, a girl child can be an independent entity and not a burden over her parents. I would like to share with you a nice line written by me regarding a girl child:
“Make a girl child power of the family, society and country; and not a burden, weakness and helpless entity of the family, society and country”