Women Cell

 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.

  • Constitution
  • Objectives
  • Functions
  • 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

PRESENT MEMBERS OF THE BHAVYA WOMEN’S CELL

Coordinator

Dr. P.Naga Padma
Department of  Microbiology

 Members

1.Mrs. Manjula
Department of Electronics & Physics


2.  Dr. Maduri Srinivas,
3. Dr. V Venu Madhav
Department of Management

4. Mrs. Parveen Khan
5. Mrs. Ajitha
6. Mrs Jaya Lakshmi
7.Ms. Divya Rekha
8. Ms.Ankitha
9. Vijaya Lakshmi
Department of Commerce

 

SELF  DEFENSE  PROGRAMME - 2015

Women’s cell and NCC company (12/2coy 2(a)Bn NCC, Secunderabad group) Jointly organized a workshop for girl students on “Self Defence”.
This programme was organized as part of “Gender sensitization Programme” It was held from 18th to 22nd August 2015 at Dr.T.S.Thakore  auditorium BSRKV Sainikpuri.
Col  Lokesh  Saxena Col (Armd) SQDN NCC Secunderabad  group  was the resource person for this workshop.
Following NCC Cadets have volunteered as demonstrators

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  • JUO Surbhi  Sharma
  • JUO Cadet Raghuveer Raval
  • SGT Cadet Abdul Naseer
  • CDT Swathi
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Approximately 60 students registered for the programme and 30-35 students attended this workshop.
Dr. Naga Padma coordinator of the women’s cell initiated the programme, the  other members of the  women’s cell and NCC unit supervised the session. During this period of workshop girl’s students were taught on the following accepts

  • Objective of self defense
  • Self defense techniques
  • Common threats
  • Protection strategy  from single and multiple attackers
  • Using body parts as weapons
  • How to identify the attackers   

The programme concluded with address to students by Col Lokesh Saxena and presentation of   momento to the resource person as the token of appreciation.

Report on Liquid embroidery and fabric painting.


The Women’s Cell of  the college organized a short term training in Liquid embroidery and fabric painting. The short course was organized from to 11th to 15th August 2015 with the help of Pidilite industries. There was no course fee but the cost of  material cost for the course was Rs 500/. It was conducted in room number 21 from 3.30-4.30 pm.
The  course was coordinated by Dr.P.Naga Padma of Microbiology department. There were more than 20 participants in this course. Both students faculty and college office staff actively participated. Different techniques in painting like warli, fabric painting, tie and dye, shading techniques, mirror work etc were taught using different  materials of pidilite industries.  

 

Bhavanotsav-2015

Report on Poster session-Women Entrepreneur
Poster presentation on Women  Entrepreneur has been conducted on the 11th September 2015 as a part of  Bhavanostav-2015 activity from 11am to  12:00 noon  in room no. 108. There was active participation both  from Bhavan’s  and  other colleges. The total participation was 38 students and all were from Bhavan’s college. Few boys have taken part in this event. Posters have enlightened the audience about successful Women entrepreneurs like Kiran Majumdar etc.


Report on Warli Pot painting
Warli pot painting competition was conducted  on the 11th September 2015 as a part of  Bhavanostav-2015 activity from  12:00 noon to 1 pm  in the corridor of M.BA Block.  The total participation was 9 students and all were from Bhavan’s college.

 Safety and Security of Women. Program by “ SHE TEAMS”13-02-2015

The Cyberabad police organised a talk by the DCP, Mrs. Rama Rajeshwari at the college, about the very sensitive topic of ‘offense to women’. The major step taken by the Chief Minister, K.Chandrashekher Rao for the safety of women in the form of SHE TEAMS was put forth. A very novel idea of protecting women from eve teasing and crime against them. She had come along with her team along with the Neredment police Inspector Mr. Chandrababu 

 

 

 

 

Hair Styling Competition and Handy Crafts Exhibition Yuvamahotsav-30th &31st December 2014

As a part of Yuvamahotsav activities the Women’s Cell organized bridal Hair styling competition and handy crafts exhibition. There was active participation from students of different courses. Different hairs styles were presented by students in a colourful and fashionable manner. In the handicrafts exhibition impressive paintings, varieties of handmade crafts made out of news paper, used plastic materials, paintings on fabrics were displayed.

 

 

 

 

Poster Presentation on “Women Rights” 27-08-2014

Poster presentation on Women’s Right has been conducted on the day-1 of Bhavanostav-2014
There was active participation both  from Bhavan’s  and  other colleges. The total participation was 40 students. Students from Kasturba Gandhi College, Keshav Memorial College and St. Ann’s College have participated in the event. Few boys have taken part in this event. Posters have enlightened the audience about Women’s Rights in detail depicted as  beautiful charts with  clips from newspaper etc.
Highlights of posters:

  • A poster has unveiled the fact that in a city like Vatican still women are not allowed for voting.
  • Constitutional provisions for protection of girl child.
  • Spread of  knowledge on women rights by gangs like “Gulabi gang”.
  • Statistical data on condition of women in different countries.

Workshop on “Self Defense for Women” 21st – 26th July 2014
SELF DEFENSE PROGRAMME

Women’s cell and NCC company (12/2coy 2(a)Bn NCC, Secunderabad group) Jointly organized a workshop for girl students on “self Defence”
This programme was organized as part of “Gender sensitization Programme” It was held from 21st July 2014 to 26th July 2014 from 3pm to 5pm at Dr.T.S.Thakore auditorium BSRKV Sainikpuri.
Col Lokesh Saxena Col (Armd) SQDN NCC Secunderabad group  was the resource person for this workshop.
Following NCC Cadets have volunteered as demonstrators

  • APSW/12/10568 SUO L.Surbhi Sharma
  • APSW/12/10570 SUO N.Sandhya rani
  • APSW/13/10591 Cadet Raghuveer raval
  • APSW/13/10621 cadet Abdul Naseer

Approximately 90 students attended this workshop.
Dr. Naga Padma coordinator of the women’s cell initiated the programme, the  other members of the  women’s cell and NCC unit supervised the session. During this period of workshop girl’s students were taught on the following accepts

  • Objective of self defense
  • Self defense techniques
  • Common threats
  • Protection strategy  from single and multiple attackers
  • Using body parts as weapons
  • How to identify the attackers
         
    The programme concluded with address by Principal Prof. Y Ashok,   Mrs.Niraimathi Head  Department of Physics and Electronics and presented  memento to the resource person as the token of appreciation.

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Value added course Mehendi & Artificial flower making 04-08-14
As a part of Women’s Cell activities the college has organized a short term training in  Mehandi  for 10 days from 4th august 2014 to 18th august 2014 the course was thought by the Ms. Sheela (alumni) Who won many intercollegiate prizes in various Mehandi competitions. Total of 18 students registered and attended the course, the duration of the course was 10 days. The students were taught with basic strokes, simple designs, various traditional designs, and many  Bridal Mehandi designs, the classes were very interesting & interactive .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

Artificial Flower Making
As a part of Women’s Cell activities the college has organized a short term training in Artificial Flower Making. The course was organized for 4 days from 4th to 8th February. There was active participation from both students and staff. The artificial flower making course was coordinated by Dr.P.Naga Padma of Microbiology department. There were 13 participants in this course, and they were school and college students and also college office staff. Different materials were used in flower making. The flowers were arranged in flower pots and basket.
        

 

                  

 

Training course Artificial Flower making for students & staff  02-04-14

  As a part of Women’s Cell activities the college has organized short term training in Artificial Flower Making. The course was organized for 4 days from 2nd to 7th April 2014. There was active participation from both students and staff. The artificial flower making course was coordinated by Dr.P.Naga Padma of Microbiology department. There were 9 student and 11 staff participants in this course, and they were school and college students and also college office staff. Different materials were used in flower making. The flowers were arranged in flower pots and basket.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Guest Lecture by Dr. Ms Mahtab S. Bamji
Women’s Cell organized a Guest lecture on 15th March 2014 Title : “ While economists debate, can scientists show the way to nutrition security for India” by Dr.Ms Mahtab S. Bamji, INSA Honorary Scientist.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Handy Crafts Exhibition – Bhavanotsav 2013
As a part of Women’s Cell activities the college has organized handy crafts exhibition at Yuvamahotsav 2012 in the month of December, there was an active participation from students of different courses and research scholars. Impressive paintings, varieties of handmade crafts made out of news paper, used plastic materials, embroidery on sarees, paintings on fabrics were displayed. The handy crafts exhibition was coordinated by Women’s cell coordinater Dr.P.Naga Padma.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Handy Crafts Exhibition – Yuvamahotsav 2012

As a part of Women’s Cell activities the college has organized handy crafts exhibition at Bhavanotsav 2013 in the month of December on 30 th and 31st, there was an active participation from students of different courses and research scholars. Impressive paintings, varieties of handmade crafts made out of news paper, used plastic materials, embroidery on sarees, paintings on fabrics were displayed. The handy crafts exhibition was coordinated by Women’s cell coordinater Dr.P.Naga Padma.

 

 

 

 


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