Rohini College of Engineering and Technology has always kept their bars high in all aspects and that applies to celebrating women as well. This International Women’s Day is especially important because #PressforProgress is encouraging women to be brave and act to lead us to a world of gender parity. A world of inclusion where differences are celebrated.
Rohini College of Engineering and Technology, Anjugramam has a unique way of celebrating Women’s Day Celebration. They decide to celebrate women through out the year through activities conducted via Women Empowerment Cell. There were two events conducted by Women Empowerment Cell for the Academic Year 2019-2020.
International Women’s Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women
On 26th July 2019, Chief guest Dr. A.R. Savitha who is a Motivational Speaker (Assistant Professor, Department of English at Sree Ayyappa College, Chunkankadai) inaugurated the session on WOMANHOOD REDIFINED, and on 10th Sep 2019, Chief Guest Mrs. Lucy Baek and Ms. Yasmeen, Peace Ambassadors from IWPG- South Korean (International Women’s Peace Group) inaugurated ” A Peace Awareness Campaign” in association with PAW (Peace Alliance for Women).
International Women’s Day is important because it encourages us to celebrate the many contributions toward women’s rights, while recognizing that we each still need to press for progress towards gender equality. We thank the generations of women who have fought to our benefit in the past; while committing ourselves to create a better world for those who follow us.”
Rohini College of Engineering and Technology is nurturing the youth of today, the future society of tomorrow with the thoughts of respecting and celebrating woman. Celebrating Woman is a way of feeling gratitude to each woman in one’s life, be it in the professional or the personal life. Empowering women in India is very necessary to bring gender equality or we can say that gender equality is very necessary to empower women.
Special thanks to Dr. N. Neela Vishnu for making all of these happen within our campus. Thank you for being the woman you are. Some Leaders are born woman and you are one among them. Your actions inspire our students to dream more, learn more, do more and become more. Thank you again for going above and beyond the limits and organizing such successful events to teach students on the importance of respecting womanhood.
Main take away for students from these two events conducted by Rohini College of Engineering and Technology, as a woman you may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated within. In fact, it will be necessary to face these defeats, so that you would know who you are. If you can rise from ashes as phoenix, how you can still come out of it. Respect Women, Celebrate Womanhood!!!