Introduce a chapter in Eighth standard on MOTHER AND WOMEN.

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MAHESH HARPANAHALLI started this petition to Education Department

In the present society, people don't have respect for mother and women. Children take their mothers for granted. A mother always thinks about the welfare of the family. Nobody can repay the debt of a mother. She forgives so many mistakes of her children and husband.

The introduction of a powerful chapter will definitely influence the minds of the young students. Many husbands are treating their wife like a servant. We cannot punish them. But, we can make them realize the importance of women, their role in the family.

A school is the beginning of the journey of life. Truth should be told to students. We have no such syllabus in which this subject is taken care of.

A father-in-law does not treat his daughter-in-law with respect. Without verifying what is really happening, he scolds her unnecessarily. A son does not care to listen to what his mother is telling him and feels that she is a nuisance. A mother looks after the cleaning of the house, cooking, etc. She takes care of the needs of the family members. She acts as a bridge between husband and son, pacifying them both and encouraging them. She goes to work to increase the income of the family. She deserves some encouragement and good words from her in-laws, husband, and children. She is doing a thankless job.

Each member wants his own favorite dish. She is not able to satisfy all of them. She pockets their rude remarks and silently continues to work. It is hightime that we have to strive to give her a relief.

A chapter on MOTHER AND WOMEN is really needed in the present syllabus. Only the Education Department can do this. I sincerely request all the people concerned to think about this and do the needful. A society in which women are respected, grows into a wonderful and progressive one. 

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