Women’s Cell -Functions &Composition
Bhavya Women’s Cell
The College has established a Women Cell in the college campus for the women faculty, staff and girl students, to enhance understanding of issues related to women and to make the college campus a safe place for them. With an aim of creating awareness of their rights and duties the cell organizes and participates in seminars, talks and also takes up women’s issues and problems. It also provides a platform for women to share their experiences and views regarding their status in the society and to suggest ways to improve and empower themselves. Aiming at intellectual and social upliftment of the female students, the cell stands for facilitating women’s empowerment through guest lectures, seminars, awareness programmes life skill training programmes, entrepreneur training and other welfare activities.
Objectives – These are to serve the Women faculty and students of college.
To enhance the self-esteem and self-confidence of women students, faculty and staff in the college.
To promote intellectual and cultural activities for overall personality development of student.
To develop critical thinking ability of women students such that it enhances decision-making ability.
To enable women to make informed choices in areas like education, employment and health especially reproductive health.
To enhance their participation on an equal footing in all areas
The coordinator of this club is Dr. P Naga Padma - Department of Micro Biology and the members are
Mrs. Manjula - Department of Electronics & Physics
Dr. Maduri Srinivas Department of Management Studies
Dr. V Venu Madhav Department of Management Studies
Mrs. Parveen Khan Department of Commerce
Mrs. Ajitha Department of Commerce
Ms.Ankitha Department of Commerce
Mrs.Vijaya Lakshmi Department of Commerce
Mrs Jaya Lakshmi Department of Computer Science
Mrs. Divya Rekha Department of Computer Science
Women's Cell Nutritious Food Stall:
Bhavya the Women’s Cell presented a Nutritious food Stall on 31st December 2016 to acquaint especially students with nutritious traditional foods to create awareness about these in a world of junk foods. Both UG and PG students actively participated and presented different foods like sprouts, fruits with honey, fruit juices with faluda, bajra laddu etc. There was good response from both students and faculty.
Bhavanotsav-2017: Bhavya conducted 2 events on common theme – Women as role Model for this occasion.
1. Poster presentation on Women as Role model has been conducted on the 28th December 2016 as a part of Bhavanostav-2016 activity from 11am to 12:00 noon in room no. 105. There was active participation both from Bhavan’s and other colleges. The total participation was 33 students and four teams from out side colleges participated. Few boys have taken part in this event. Posters have enlightened the audience about successful Women as role models like Kiran Majumdar, Mother Teresa, Indira Gandhi, Jayalalitha etc.
2. Fancy dress competition also had good participation and was conducted on stage. Students presented themselves by dressing up as Rani Jhansi Bai, Medha Patkar, Sarojini Naidu, Madame Curie and impressed the crowd.
Value Added Course Report
Bhavya the Women's Cell organized a value added course on Quilling art for 5 days from 2nd December2016 to 9th December.
A total of 10 students registered for the course and were trained by student instructors on basic quilling shapes, jewelry, greeting cards, wall hangings, and micro quilling art. At the end of the course the students exhibited their talents and received appreciations from faculty members.
Women's Cell Nutritious Food Stall:
Bhavya the Women’s Cell presented a Nutritious food Stall on 3rd December 2016 to spread awareness among the present generation about the nutritious food and its values. Many students and faculty utilized the opportunity and tasted various food items and were inspired to try out the recipes. Food items like Bajra and wheat Laddo, sprouts, and various natural fruit juices added attraction to the stall. The program turned out to be a great hit.
Orange Day Celebrations
The women’s cell of the college conducted Orange Day campaign on 25th November, 2016. Orange Day is a day to raise awareness and take action to end violence against women and girls. As a part of this celebration various students spoke on equality, women empowerment and the White ribbon movement along with various rights a woman has and the laws made to protect them.
On 21st November, a student, KEVIN spoke about women empowerment. With his speaking skills, he managed to captivate the audience throughout his entire speech beautifully bringing out the current mindsets of people. On 22nd November, BENNEL P. WILSON spoke on the events leading to amendments in the Criminal Law as well as various sections in the act that provides remedy to the women victimized under sexual harassment and other forms of abuse they face. On 23rd November, ATREYA spoke about the White Ribbon Movement, various ways in which common folk can help make the society a better and safer place for women to live in. On 24th November, RAHUL made all the male students take an oath to protect all women in need of help to their utmost capability. On November 25th, most of the male students wore orange or white shirts to show their support for the movement. Along with this all of the male students had pinned an orange ribbon to their shirts to further support it. Later there was a poster presentation in which around 15 students presented innovative posters which were displayed at commerce block. These posters and the initiative taken by the women’s cell was greatly appreciated by the Principal and other faculty members.
Out ReachProgramme 2016
Bhavya the women’s cell of the college organized a two day outreach programme on 27th and 28th July, 2016 at Z.P girls High School, Malkajgiri.
The students were taught to prepare greeting cards, jewelers with hand paper and quilling paper designs using different aids. All the students participated with good interest and enthusiasm.
Volunteers of women’s cell taught the students of all three sections of 9th standard. The programme was designed to improve the artistic skill of students. Sree sudha and Sree Pradha from B.com 2nd year were the volunteers’ guided the school students to create attractive designs using quilling.
Skill Enhancement Programme.
Bhavya the women’s cell of the college organized a skill enhancement program for 8th and 9th class students on 6th August 2016 at Nimmagadda Anandamma Memorial Girls school (The school in AP and Telengana which provides free education in english medium). More than 50 students were trained for artifical flower making and quilling art. The students enthusiastically participated and exhibited their talents
Manasa, and Jyothi verma of B.Sc Final year and Sai Gayathri of Msc 1st year trained the Students.
Mehendi Day Celebration's
Bhavya the Women cell in an effort to implement holistic methodologies for an overall development of students organized a western and Arabic mehendi day event in the college on 29th & 30th July 2016. Mehendi is one such trade which helps one to prep up oneself and to involve more in ones traditional culture.
On both the days around 175 students from all the streams and more than 50 faculty members participated in the event and applied beautiful and attractive mehendi, tattoo's and calligraphy designs on their hands.
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