AKTU Code: 340 | BTE Code: 1628
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Awareness and Education:
Organizing workshops, seminars, and guest lectures on women's rights, gender equality, sexual harassment, and other relevant topics.
Conducting awareness campaigns to educate students about gender-based discrimination, stereotypes, and biases.
Providing resources and information on women's health, safety, and well-being.
Safety and Security:
Establishing protocols and guidelines for ensuring the safety and security of female students on campus.
Creating a mechanism to address and respond to complaints of harassment or any form of violence against women.
Collaborating with campus security and administration to implement safety measures, such as CCTV cameras, emergency helplines, and safe transportation.
Counseling and Support:
Offering counseling services to female students for addressing personal, academic, or career-related issues.
Providing a supportive environment where female students can discuss their concerns, seek guidance, and receive emotional support.
Collaborating with mental health professionals or counselors to address specific issues faced by women, such as body image, self-esteem, or gender-related stress.
Skill Development and Empowerment:
Organizing workshops, training sessions, and skill development programs to enhance the professional and personal skills of female students.
Facilitating networking opportunities and mentorship programs to empower women and encourage leadership development.
Promoting entrepreneurship and supporting women in exploring business or career opportunities.
Celebrating Women's Achievements:
Organizing events and celebrations to honor women's achievements in various fields.
Showcasing success stories of women alumni to inspire current students.
Recognizing and felicitating female students who have excelled academically, socially, or in co-curricular activities.
Advocacy and Policy Development:
Working towards the development and implementation of gender-sensitive policies and procedures in the college.
Advocating for equal opportunities, inclusion, and gender equality within the college community.
Collaborating with student organizations, local NGOs, or women's rights groups to support broader advocacy efforts.
Collaboration and Networking:
Establishing partnerships and collaborations with external organizations or agencies working towards women empowerment.
Participating in conferences, seminars, or workshops on women's issues to share experiences and learn from others.
Connecting with other Women Cells in colleges or universities to exchange ideas and best practices.