This article was written by Medha Uniyal
The original article was published in The Quint
India’s gender inequality gap has been wide on most metrics – birth rate, health, economic and political participation – placing the country in 2015 at 105 of 140 countries in the Global Gender Gap Index. But seven years on, it is time to rethink how we measure the ‘success’ of the scheme.
Read the full article in The Quint to know more: Beti Bachao, Beti Padhao: 7 years on, Time to Focus on Quality and Not Enrolment.