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National Girl Child Day is celebrated in India

National Girl Child Day is celebrated in India every year on 24 January. National Girl Child Day in India is commemorated on 24 January to promote information and awareness about the rights of girls and to Emergence the differences and inequalities that they encounter in their whole lives existence.

National Girl Child Day is celebrated in India
National Girl Child Day is celebrated in India

The purpose behind observing the National Girl Child Day is to present assistance and opportunities for the breakthrough to the girls of India to achieve their dreams fully. As we have knowledge that in India, gender difference and inequality is one of the significant problems that is demanded to be concentrated on and it breathes in various regions inclusive of constitutional freedoms, education, pharmaceutical care, marriage, etc. Female aborticide is added important problem that moreover influences the demographic population predicaments in India.

Today is observed as National Girl Child Day due to the consciousness of the disowning sex proportion of girls in India. Following 2008, this day is now commemorated by the government of India as the National Mission for Development of Girls for the knowledge of the community and their knowledge of their endowments. There is additionally an occurrence associated with this day Indira Gandhi was sitting on the Prime Minister’s chair for the first time on 24 January, hence this day is celebrated as “National Girl Child Day”. That is why this day is being commemorated today as National Girl Child Day.

The Minister for Women and Child Development announced National Girl Child Day, 2009.
The Minister for Women and Child Development announced National Girl Child Day, 2009.

Each and every state rejoice National Girl Child Day on various topics themes. According to their state’s condition and requirements for girl empowerment, the administration chooses the topic and prepares it to raise awareness on the critical topic. On January 24, Indira Gandhi is recognized as a female-empowering person. This declaration was adopted at the national scale. National Girl’s Day is honored every year on 24th January by the Ministry of Women and Child Development in India.

On the occurrence of National Girls’ Day, many performances are formed by the government. The Women and Child flourish Department presents different ventures in the nation to obtain the children know about their rights in civilization.

Some famous quotes encouraging for the girl child.

“When girls are educated, their countries become stronger and more prosperous.” –Michelle Obama

“And though she be but little, she is fierce.” -William Shakespeare