Women Development Cell
Vision and Mission
- A gender equality awareness that facilitates independence, safety, well-being and dignity of women; empowering them with women’s rights, creating equitable opportunities and promoting overall personality development ensuring enrichment of their future.
- Awareness of women’s rights and safety to create equitable opportunities to empower women to attain their full potential, to be self-reliant and economically independent enriching organisation and society.
- Creating Awareness on issues of gender disparity and helping the boys and girls, men and women of the college to work together and acquire knowledge in the most stimulative and socially healthy environment.
- Develop multidisciplinary approach for the overall personality development.
- To encourage female students to be self-reliant and economically independent.
- To in-still positive self-esteem and confidence in the female students so that they can take the right decision in and for-their lives.
- Spreading awareness among the students about the social, legal and constitutional rights of women in order to prevent the exploitation based on gender.
- Making females cognizant about different kinds of violence – sexual, physical and mental – to further equip them with the knowledge and strength to fight against them.
- Creating awareness about the need for gender equality.
- To provide and maintain a dignified, congenial working environment for women employees and students, where they can work, study and explore their potential to the fullest.
- To organize seminars, workshops relating to skill development, for overall personality grooming.
- To highlight the importance of health and hygiene.
- To create awareness about the social problems faced by women and to work for uplifting women & to make women realize their equal responsibility in building the society.
Cell Activities :
|1||Prof. Shalini Rankawat||Instrumentation & Control Engineering||Coordinatorfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|2||Prof. Dr Daksha M Diwan||General Department||Memberemail@example.com|
|3||Prof. Bijal Gadhia||Computer Engineering||Memberfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|4||Prof. Nisha K. Prajapati||Electronics & Communication Engineering||Memberemail@example.com|
|5||Prof. Rutu Nayak||Biomedical Engineering||Memberfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|6||Prof. Minal Dani||Metallurgy Engineering||Memberemail@example.com|