India lost out by ‘keeping women as slaves’:Prakash Javadekar


"When a boy studies,only he studies. But when a girl studies, the entire family studies" says Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar.

While starting numerous recommendations and plan in the field of training since the very first moment of joining, Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar has shocked every last one.

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While tending to a social affair at a late occasion in Jamia Millia Islamia, said India had missed out by "keeping ladies as slaves."

On Wednesday, the priest went to the varsity to initiate young ladies' inn. According to reports, the new inn is named Begum Hazrat Mahal Hostel, which can oblige 400 understudies altogether. The pastor additionally guaranteed understudies and employee there that he would return soon to accomplish more cooperation.

While addressing Indian Express, the clergyman said, "By keeping ladies as slaves, or as a product for a few years… the nation missed out on colossal potential as today, we see ladies taking an interest as well as exceeding expectations in different fields."

He additionally said that the focal government in the late times has expressed that it has stood solidly by the 'Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao' crusade to give a crisp force to young ladies' instruction

The clergyman included, "When a kid concentrates, just he ponders. In any case, when a young lady considers, the whole family concentrates on."

Further, he additionally said that India showed the maxim of solidarity in differing qualities.

"I visit every single religious spot since I trust all religions educate the same things – fraternity, peacefulness, truth and how to be a decent individual.

"The motivation behind training is to grant information from different orders as well as forming understudies into great individuals, which Jamia does," he included.

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