BARRIERS IN EDUCATE THE GIRLS IN DEVELOPING AND UNDER DEVELOPED NATIONS
Education today has become a competitive arena where oppressed aspirations reside. These disputes involve caste, but more importantly, gender, class aspects; girls make up a higher proportion of India's deprived child population. The paper seeks to clarify the method of intersection to exclude the various girls from the school system. The methods the state adopted to solve these problems appeared to be disconnected and scattered. The mere presence of girls in schools is an insufficient indication of the challenges they face in schools or the gendered world outside, due to gender inequality. A systematic, multi-sectoral development needs to fix their particular vulnerabilities. Investing in girls' education affects communities, nations and the world at large. Girls' education boosts economies and breaks down inequalities. It contributes to more stable, inclusive societies that provide all people, including boys and men, with opportunities to realize their potential. Yet, education for girls is about more than access to school..