Without women education, no society can thrive smoothly. In the contemporary times, it is necessary that both men and women work together to meet the financial needs of their family otherwise it is impossible to enjoy all the facilities of life. After the industrialization, women rights are the hotly debated at all possible forums to improve the life style and standard of the female members of the society. Without women education this dream can not be materialized as they will lag behind in this regard.
Talking about Pakistan, the situation is a little bit clumsy. Women education has never been the top agenda of our governments and for this very reason the condition of Pakistani female working class has never improved significantly. The literacy rate of our country is only 41.6% whereas the dropout rate of female students is highest than any other country in the world i-e 50%. In our society a women role has been subjugated to a sister, a mother, a wife or a daughter and women itself is content upon its prevalent condition. Even than she has to beg before her male mentors of the society to meet her needs. The situation would have been totally adverse if women education system would have been successful in the country.
Women education is necessary for every female member of the society as the education tailors the talent of women. There are many successful professional women who are working in different fields and they are a source of inspiration for the rest of women class. The talent of Banazir Bhutto, the diplomacy of Hina Rabbani Khar, the skills of Asma Jahangir and the versatility of Haseena Moin, is a potent proof of the talent of our working women. We need to be aware about the importance of women education for our society as a women is the trainer of a family. But at the same time, we need to ponder on a fact that westernization is not necessary for leading a successful professional life. A woman can represent herself in a better way by following the religious values of Islam.