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Womens cell

 

Vision:

To create awareness of the Women’s right and to empower women.

 

Mission:

  • To promote Women’s equality
  • To create a platform, where every woman is respected and is able to achieve their potential, living free from harm and discrimination.
  • To promote a culture of respect and equality for female gender.
  • To conduct seminar / workshop to impart knowledge of opportunities and tools available to train the women

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Activities

  • 2019-2020

Activities of women’s cell was inaugurated on 16 October 2019 by Dr. Preethi Aleyamma John. On the occasion she made a speech in the topic “Health Issues in Teen Age girls”.  

A Seminar was conducted on 05TH March 2020 by Dr. Adithi (Retd. Professor of Psychology, M G College, Thiruvananthapuram) on the topic “Gender Issues”.

  • 2018-2019

Dr. M S Sunil, renowned Social Activist inaugurated the       Women’s Cell activities for the year. On the occasion she spoke about the need to build a critical mass of trained women, competent to hold high positions in society. She highlighted the idea that women should be more self-reliant to empower the society.

“Malayalee manka” competition was conducted on 01st November 2018.

Poster designing competition was conducted on the topic “Stree Innale, Innu, Nale”, on 07th January 2019.

Valedictory function was held in March 2019.

 

  • 2017-2018

On occasion of the inaugural function, AdvocateManoj Krishna (Associate Professor, Govt. Law College, Thiruvanthapuram), delivered a speech on “Women’s Rights”.

Conducted a class on “Health an Hygiene” for the 1st Year students on 02nd December 2017. Dr. Indu C Nair (Asso. Prof. Bio Technology) gave an elaborate presentation on the topic. During the interaction section a few students raised questions and clarified their doubts.

  • 2016-2017

Inauguration of Women’s Cell was done by Dr. Rosamma Philip (Asso. Prof., Mount Tabour Training College, Pathanapuram) on 27th January 2017. She elaborated on the topic “Personality Development”. The presidential address was delivered by Prof. Mohan Raj, Principal.