Today we will read Speech on Beti Bachao Beti Padhao. Giving speech is an essential activity which usually, students take up to perform in school or college. It helps them to develop self-confidence, speaking ability and leadership qualities by eliminating their hesitation and fear of speaking in public places. Nowadays, giving speeches and other skill promotion activities have become common in school, in which students must participate in order to enhance their abilities and move forward.
Speech on Beti Bachao Beti Padhao
Speech on Beti Bachao Beti Padhao – 1
Good morning everyone. my name is. I read the class………. Here on this occasion, I want to give a speech on the Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao scheme. Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao scheme is a campaign run across India to save and educate the lives of girls. This is a scheme run by the Government of India to spread awareness in India as well as to improve the capacity of girls’ welfare services.
The Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, launched the Sukanya Samridhi Yojana (21 January 2015) under the Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao scheme. Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana was started to support this campaign as well as to successfully meet the necessary expenses on the daughter like: health, higher education and marriage etc.
This scheme is a good start for the lives of daughters as it incorporates some impressive efforts of the Government of India. This is the best scheme ever as it saves the lives of the present and future born girls along with reducing the hassles of the parents through this small investment on an annual basis. This project has started with an initial amount of 100 crores. The Ministry of Home Affairs has informed to spend Rs 150 crore under this scheme to ensure the safety of women and girls even in big cities. This scheme has been created and initiated to reduce the level and impact of some dreaded social issues related to daughters.
According to the 1991 census, the number of girls (aged 0-6) in India was 945 per 1000 boys. It had come down to 927 girls per 1000 boys during 2001 census and 918 girls per 1000 boys in 2011. In this context, India was ranked 41 out of 195 countries by UNICEF in 2012. Such a huge drop in the number of girls is an indicator of the lack of women empowerment in the country. The main reasons for the drastic reduction in the number of girls are social issues like pre-birth discrimination, selective gender based testing, gender inequality, atrocities against women etc.
On launching this scheme, Prime Minister Narendra Modi asked people to eradicate female feticide and follow Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao scheme for the betterment of daughters. This program PM It was launched by Modi on 22 January 2015. It was first started in Panipat, Haryana. The ever-decreasing gender trend of girls in the country had made it very necessary to start this program. The objectives of this scheme are:
- To protect the life of daughters, ensure security and higher education.
- Ensuring women empowerment through higher education and equal participation in all spheres.
- To protect daughters by eradicating gender-based selective testing.
- Raising the status of girl child across India, especially in 100 major selected districts (which have low CSR).
- Bringing together the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Ministry of Women and Child Development and Ministry of Human Resource Development to work together for the welfare of girls.
Speech on Beti Bachao Beti Padhao – 2
Good morning to the respected teacher, teacher and my dear friends. We all have gathered here to celebrate this program, so today I want to give a speech on Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao scheme. This program has been started by the Modi government in the context of protecting and protecting daughters across the country. This plan was the need of the hour because without the protection and empowerment of women in the country, development is not possible at any cost. Women empower almost half of the country’s population, so they are half the power of the country. That is why, they need equal rights, facilities and opportunities to grow and contribute to India’s development.
This scheme is in the context of protection, security and better education of girls in future, without any burden on the parents. To support this campaign, the Government of India has launched another program named Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana. This scheme is involved in reducing the burden of parents in the teenage of the daughter.
Because, according to this scheme, the parents have to deposit some money in the bank on monthly basis for which they will get benefit at the time of education or marriage of girl child in future. Such an ambitious approach of the government in the form of Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao scheme will definitely bring a positive change in the status of women in India. It has been started by the government to make the entire planned objectives, strategies and action plans really effective.
This is to save the lives of Dalit girls and give them opportunities for higher education so as to ensure their empowerment and participation in all spheres. According to this plan, about 100 districts (which have low CSR) have been selected to be the first to act. This scheme is to improve the welfare of daughters by creating awareness about gender discrimination in the society.
A proposal for a huge amount of Indian currency has been passed for the safety of women in the cities and big cities of the country. This scheme can only cooperate, however, cannot completely solve the problems of daughters, it requires the cooperation of all Indians. Rules and laws that reduce crimes against girls should be strictly followed and violence should also be punished severely.
Respected Principal, Teacher, Teacher and my dear classmates, Good morning. my name is. I read the class………. We all have gathered here to celebrate this special event, today I want to give a speech on the topic Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao. I am very grateful to my class teacher/teacher, who gave me an opportunity to give a speech on this good subject in front of all of you on this great occasion. My dear friends, as we all know a lot about the atrocities against girls and women in the Indian society, this scheme is to support them and live a normal life without any discrimination in the society, their birth rights. To empower with. This plan was the key requirement for eradicating the trend of declining child sex ratio.
The number of girls in the age group of 0-6 years is continuously decreasing, according to the 1991 census the ratio of 1000 boys was 945 girls, in 2001 it was 927 girls in the ratio of 1000 boys and in 2011 it was 918 in the ratio of 1000 boys. There were girls. This is a rapidly growing threat for the Government of India to solve. This scheme is a result of the danger of decreasing the number of girls. This threat was indicative of the lack of total women empowerment in the country. The reasons for reduction in child sex ratio are discrimination before birth, selective sex testing and elimination, discrimination after birth, crime etc.
On 22 January 2015, the Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao scheme was launched by the Government of India, addressing the issue of declining number of girls in the country. It is a national campaign specially launched to focus on the main target in 100 selected districts with low CSR as well as across the country. 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 educate and protect the lives of daughters across India. Its other objectives are to eliminate biased sex selective abortion and ensure the life and safety of the girl child. This is to enable them to get proper education and lead a secure life. Around 100 districts, which have low female sex ratio (as per 2011 population), have been selected to improve this campaign and bring about positive impacts. Several strategies need to be followed to make this plan effective.
There is a need for social mobility and rapid communication to give equal importance to girls and their education. In order to better improve the condition of the districts with low CSR, it should be targeted first. This social change needs to be made aware, appreciated and supported by all the citizens especially the youth and group of women for its end.
This country wide campaign has been started to increase the awareness among the people to save and educate girls. Its objective is to ensure that girls are being born, nurtured and educated without any discrimination whether or not. This is to empower almost half the population of this country by giving them equal rights. For this campaign C.S.R. There is a need for the intervention of the people and various stakeholders at the national, state, district and community level for quick impact on the issue.
Good morning everyone. my name is. I read the class………. I want to give speech on Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao campaign. My dear friends, this scheme has been started by the PM of India, Narendra Modi, on 22nd January 2015, to ensure the rights of daughters across the country. This is a unique scheme which has been launched along with other supporting programs like Sukanya Samriddhi Yojana etc. Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao scheme has been implemented to save and educate the girl child. As per this plan, action plans and strategies are designed for positive results especially in the districts with low female child sex ratio.
Low CSR in India There are about 100 districts with (Child Sex Ratio), in which the target has been made to act first. Some districts of Haryana state have low CSR. Wale, Rewari, Bhiwani, Kurukshetra, Ambala, Mahendragarh, Sonipat, Jhanjhar, Panipat, Karnal, Kaithal, Rohtak and Yamuna Nagar. This campaign was started with the aim of improving the condition of girls as well as making them socially and economically independent through proper and higher education. It is a positive awareness program to improve the efficiency of women welfare services.
This scheme was an urgent need of the society to remove the problems regarding the welfare of the girl child. If we look at the 2011 census, the number of girls (in the age group of 0-6) is 918 girls left in the ratio of 1000 boys. The steadily declining population of girls is an alarming sign that needs immediate improvement. This is because of the bad practices prevalent in the society against them like: prenatal sex determination test, selective sex abortion by modern instruments in hospitals. Even, if a daughter is born by mistake, she has to endure old social trends like gender discrimination throughout her life and she is never given equal opportunities to act like a boy.
This program has been started to remove social bias in support of boys in the society as well as to improve their status through protection and education of girls. This plan is not a medicine to eliminate the disease completely, however, it is a collaborative plan. It can succeed only if it is supported by us. There is a need to change the attitude and mindset towards girls (especially parents) forever so that they too can get equal opportunities of security, health, care, education etc. after birth. Thus, the girl will become an independent unit and will not be a burden on her parents. I want to share a good line written by me regarding girls:
“Make girls the power of family, society and country; Not a burden, weak and helpless unit on the family, society and country.