Gaya college Seminar on "Women Empowerment" on Saturday organized by Mahila police in-Charge
Written By Suresh Prasad Nikhar | Published on Updated: Oct 15, 2022, 19:10 IST
GAYA(Bihar): Mahila police station in Charge conducted a seminar on the topic ‘Women Empowerment – Challenges and Possibilities’ at Gaya college here on Saturday.
Under the joint aegis of Gaya College ( Pedagogy Department) and MahilaThana,a day long seminar on the topic of "women empowermen" was organized at the Munshi Premchand auditorium hall located in the administrative building of the college on Saturday to increase the sensitivity towards situation-related self-protection among adolescent girls and women.
The seminar focused on Women empowerment and spreading awareness among the students about the social, legal and constitutional rights of women in order to prevent the exploitation based on gender. While making females cognizant about different kinds of violence: sexual, physical and mental and to further equip them with the knowledge and strength to fight against them.
The lamp lighting and inauguration were done by MU vice chancellor, Dr Jawaharlal, MU's Registrar Dr Ravi Prakash Babloo,Principal Gaya college Gaya Deepak Kumar and SHO of Mahila police station Ravi Ranjana and some senior police officials.While the principal Prof Deepak Kumar welcomed the incoming guests by presenting a bouquet.
While the seminar was attended by the mostly boys and girls students of the Gaya college apart from women from other social groups of the district.
SSP Harpreet Kaur as chief guest has strongly advocated for women empowerment in the country, and said that men and women are equal in every aspect and respect, have equal potential and capabilities.
Addressing SSP Harpreet Kaur on the woman empowerment here on Saturday at Gaya college conference hall, SSP pointed out that women, who are regarded as mother of the universe, but at home they are treated as "slaves".The empowerment of women should begin at home and they should be given their rightful place in the society, she said.
Kaur underlined the importance of women's role in realizing the vision of India once again becoming a world leader and equal participation of women is also required," she said, and added that changes were also reflected in the society.
Addressing the programme,Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Jawaharlal said that the women how to keep themselves safe from the mud spread in the society by remaining like lotus. VC asked the girl students not to share their personal secrets with anyone, because it does not take long for a friend to become an enemy. He instructed the girl students not to do unnecessary chats on WhatsApp etc.
Mahila police station in-charge Ravi Ranjana described an important tips to adolescent girls and women to keep themselves safe from misbehavior, rape, atrocities and crimes in auto, bus, hotel and lift etc. during travels.
While she talked about using social media carefully so that you can save yourself from the clutches of cyber criminals. She also said that if a mobile phone empowers us, it can also make us a victim of cyber crimes. Therefore, there is a need to be very careful while using mobile, smartphone or laptop online. While other deginiritis delivered a speech over the topic.
All girls and boys students and faculty members of the college were also participated in the said seminar.