"We need women who are so strong they can be gentle, so educated they can be humble, so fierce they can be compassionate, so passionate they can be rational, and so disciplined they can be free."
The Rashtriya Balika Diwas or National Girl Child Day came to be first observed in the year 2008 by the Ministry of Women and Child Development and the Government of India initiative to create and spread public awareness about inequities faced by girls in the Indian society. Ever since then the National Girl Child Day is observed through theme-based programs including awareness campaigns centered around saving the girl child, gender quality, child sex ratios, creation of a healthy and safe environment for girls, etc.
Given the above-mentioned facts, it is essential to comprehend the value of nurturing and empowering the girl child as a quintessential part of the nation-building exercise and women empowerment only makes a nation more progressive and stronger.
Std. 6 to 10 special assembly organised on National Girls Child Day through virtual mode in SSRVM, Surat.