Education Essay | Education of Women in Nepal

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Education of Women in Nepal

Summary: How gender roles and education are viewed in different societies, using the nation of Nepal as an example of how education and gender are related.
Gender is socially constructed roles for men and women. Since the very beginning of the existence of human being, society has been assigning different roles, rules, norms, values, opportunities and rights to be performed by men and women.

Discrimination is defined as a practice of treating a person or a particular group in society less fairly than others: race, sex, religion, color, caste, class, ideology, etc.

Most of the roles assigned by society are not equal for men and women. Such inequalities or disparities in the roles to be performed by men and women are known as Gender discrimination. Many scholars or organizations have defined gender discrimination in different perspectives. Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development - Development Assistance Committee (OECD-DAC), has defined the discrimination in gender as: "Gender equality requires equal enjoyment by women and men of socially-valued goods, opportunities, resources and rewards. Gender...

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