Kareena Kapoor Would love to go to Pakistan for Promoting Girl Child Education
The famous Bollywood actress Kareena Kapoor has said that she would love to go to Pakistan to promote the education for the girl child. She answered to a question posed by a reporter
“Of course yes. I would love to go anywhere to spread the message of girl child’s education.”
According to the reports the percentage of girl child’s education is very low when compared to boys in the Pakistan. But the Pakistani Government has put the overall literacy rate as 46 % in which only 26% of girls are educated. According to the Unesco report only 12% of the girls are literates in the Country.
Kareena Kapoor says Girls should pursue higher Education
Karrena who is the Unicef’s celebrity advocate said that education of the girl shouls be according to her wish and she should get the need of quality education. She has addressed over 6000 school girls in an indoor stadium and said.
“There is no doubt that tremendous progress has been made in India in the area of delivering education to children. But even today, the quality of education remains a big challenge. Girls are the pride of India,” She said
CM Raman Singh launched Edu-Track
At this event Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh has launched Edu-Track which is an android based application. This application helps to digitalize the education process in the state.
“I met some incredible girls of Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya in Rajasthan who inspired me with their life stories. They highlighted their desire to complete secondary-level education. They must be appreciated and allowed to complete their studies,” she added.
“We speak about human rights, but the rights of children are also extremely important. I am confident that the efforts of Unicef, together with the government, will ensure that girl children will be inspired to complete their education, and we will be able to bring quality education to the state,” the chief minister said. We would do everything to ensure that the girls complete their education, he added.