So we can realize the evolution of education among female in Bangladesh. They are doing a corporate job and also starting their own businesses. But we should stand against them and let our girls to be educated.We can’t imagine a good nation without educated girls.
Our country is growing according to a better economy. Few first world countries are done really amazing in this, but still, now there are problems. If our wives and our sisters won’t get proper education then how can we expect that our next generation will be educated?We always need to stay away from the controversies and try to make our girl’s educated. Our whole society can be benefited from the process.Girls are working with boys outside nowadays; if they don’t get the proper education they won’t get a better job. People won’t get proper good behavior and manners without a good education.A girl in Sierra Leone is more likely to be sexually abused than to attend high school and 1 in 9 girls in the developing world are married before the age of 15.There are 4 million more girls out of school than boys and 3 countries have over a million girls not in school.If we look at history, there are lots of female scholars who have done really well for their country.We have ‘Begum Rokeya’, she has started a revolution in India and Bangladesh which let girls start studying.That’s why they need to pay attention to education. In your family, of course, you don’t want an illiterate wife. But why, because the future of your kids depends on that.If she is educated, there is a high chance for your kids to be educated.In 2018, statistics like these are unfathomable, and quite simply unacceptable.Today we have the resources and the ability to eradicate these realities once and for all, and yet – as a global society – we sit back and allow them to continue. Amnesty International says that whenever and wherever a fellow human being is being persecuted, tortured, oppressed or abused you have the right to sit silently by; you also have the right speak out.