Make Gender Studies mandatory in schools and colleges

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As per India's Census 2011, Youth (15-24 years) in India constitutes one-fifth (19.1%) of India's total population. India is expected to have 34.33% share of youth in total population by 2020. The share reached its maximum of 35.11% in the year 2010.

Today the Indian youths are exposed by the global culture and lifestyle. It is good to have a global awareness and to be a global citizen. However, loosing our own value and beliefs can be damaging. Person's beliefs and values are part of overall grooming and identity formation. India is a diverse country having multiple cultural backgrounds. This scenario makes a person experience diverse cultural influences based on the events of life. This keeps creating confusion on self identity vs cultural diversity. 

If we have a compulsory subject on Gender Studies in school from age 10, it will help a child identify self identity on which any other cultural influences may act as  life's experience towards being more Enriched, inclusive and open minded individual. This will further help in reducing various crimes against Gender.