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Women cell promotes Women’s empowerment and awareness, addresses the problems of female students and staff regarding their grievances. The blending of knowledge and manpower can be enhanced via the following programs:

To make them aware of their rights.

  • To help them in knowing the importance of good health and nutrition and facilities available for them.
  • To help them in developing decision making abilities and be self-dependent.
  • To help them in raising their voice against all kinds of discrimination.
  • To conduct seminar and workshop to impart knowledge on opportunities and provisions available and train the women.
  • To inculcate entrepreneurial attitude among young girls at the earliest so that they can be “job givers” rather than “job takers”.
  • To promote a culture of respect and equality for female gender.
  • To enhance the self-esteem and self-confidence of girl students, women faculty and staff.
  • Grievance Counseling meet with members:

    • Staff : Every 2nd and 4th Thursday – month wise(Timing : 1:00 pm to 1:25 pm)
    • Students : Every 4th Friday – month wise (1:00 pm to 1:25pm) The cell has planned to organize various programs for the benefit of the women folk periodically.
    Composition of Women Cell
    S.No. Name Role Department
    1. Prof.J.Premalatha Chairperson DEAN
    2. Prof.K.Hemalatha Vice chairperson BME
    3. Prof.R.Rajalakshmi Staff Members S&H
    4. Prof.P.Chandra EEE
    5. Prof.R.Devi MCA
    6. Prof.P.Dhivya CIVIL
    7. Prof.S.Sivagami, IT
    8. Prof.R.Madhumalar Physical Directress
    9. Ms.Anava Prathosh Student Members BME
    10. Ms.R.Gowsika CSE
    11. Ms.P.Akashiya ECE
    12. Ms.S.Punithalakshmi EEE
    13. Ms.P.R.Koushalya M.E

    • A team comprising of a senior female faculty, faculty from all programs and student representatives comprise the Women Cell.
    • It looks into the grievances of women, particularly, harassment against women, neglect, desertion, etc, if any.
    • Extension of college hours for women faculty is avoided to the extent possible.