Know why International Women Scientist Day is celebrated

Every year, February 11 is celebrated as International Women Scientists Day all over the world. It's been six years since this event was held. This year's theme is "Women scientists at the forefront of the fight against coronavirus". It has been revealed that about 30 per cent of the girl students have selected stem-related areas for higher education this year. Globally, the enrollment of female students is particularly reduced in natural sciences, ICT, mathematics-statistics and construction, engineering and manufacturing.

History of International Women Scientists Day: In the year 2015, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) has also declared February 11 as the International Day of Women and Girls in Science. This day has also been implemented by UNESCO and UN Women. Unesco's global priority is gender equality. In such a situation, it provides assistance to young girls in their education and also gives them a chance. UAGA aims to achieve full and equal access and participation in science for women and girls. Its goal is to promote science while achieving gender equality.

Importance of International Women's Scientist Day: The international day of women and girls in science celebrates the objective of promoting gender equality in the field of science and technology even more. Unesco's global priority is gender equality, which is supporting girls in education and also providing them with a better chance.

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