Functional Unit/cell

Functional Unit/cell - Women Empowerment Cell

Activities of Women Empowerment cell

Awareness Program : Polycystic Ovary Disorder (PCOD)

September is observed as "Polycystic ovary Disorder (PCOD)" awareness month. PCOD is a Hormonal Disorder in women and one of the most common reasons for Infertility among women. To spread awareness about causes, symptoms, Prevention and remedies Dept. of Biotechnology and Biochemistry and Women Empowerment Cell (WEC) organized an awareness program for girls of Govt. Mahatma Gandhi H.S. School, BHEL, Bhopal on 8th Sep 2018, where Miss TanujaMurab and DrNidhiGujar explained how to detect and prevent PCOD by natural means. Students of Govt. Mahatma Gandhi H S School interacted with the faculties and gained indepth knowledge of this problem and its precautions that can prevent its occurence

International Non Violence Day : Non-Violence And World Peace

2nd Oct 2018 is marked as International Day of Non-Violence, the birthday of Mahatma Gandhi, Leader of the India’s Independence Movement and a pioneer of non-violence. To celebrate this event, Dept of Biotechnology and biochemistry organized a Poster Competition on 1st Oct 2018 in which students participated in large numbers. It was based on the theme “Non-violence and World Peace”. Students participated and presented their posters with great enthusiasm. In this competition Nishu Singh BSc Biotech II year, MuskanSahu of Bsc Biotech I year and Anjali KadamBsc Biotech II year bagged 1st, 2nd and 3rd Position respectively. Consolation prizes were also given to Yash Kumar Mehra, PriyanshuUikey and SujeetRaikwar of BSC Biotech I year. Principal, Career College, Dr. P.N. Tiwari highly appreciated the efforts of the students and shared his views on non- violence and spreading peace. Principal Career College & School of Nursing Mrs. SoneyToppo was the judge of the competition she really appreciated the efforts and creativity of students. Students enjoyed and learned the role of nonviolence in maintaining peace and how to imbibe the same in their lives and spread peace everywhere

WORLD HEART DAY : Cardiovascular Mini Marathon With Ubuntu

Cardiovascular Disease is world’s number one killer today and the most common reason for this disease is the lack of exercise, intake of fast food and unhealthy lifestyle. To make everyone aware of this on 29th September 2018 “Cardiovascular mini marathon with Ubuntu” was organized by Ubuntu Heart Hospital. Our students participated in the mini marathon and they learned that acrobatics like Zumba can help in keeping their heart healthy, that too while enjoying life. Our students distributed fruits to the senior citizens and also explained the importance of Yoga in staying healthy and keeping the heart strong thus, leading an energetic life.

National Girl Child Day

The Women Empowerment Cell in collaboration with ‘Department of Biotechnology and Biochemistry’ organized a workshop on Gender Sensitization on the occasion of ‘National Girl Child Day’ on 24thJanuary 2017. Meena Kothari was the resource person for the workshop.

WORLD AIDS DAY

Dept. of Biotechnology and Biochemistry, NCC and NSS in association with Family Planning Association of India (FPAI) organized an ‘AIDS Awareness Programme’ on the occasion of ‘World Aids Day’ on 1st December 2016 in Ekta Nagar Slum area. Students participated in the rally and performed nukkad natak on the theme ‘Raise Your Hand to Prevent HIV’.

Self Defense Program

Life of every individual is precious but unpredictable. Self-defense helps you to be prepared for unexpected situations and aids us to develop mental and physical health. Be protective, and try to protect others in adverse situations. In metro cities, like Mumbai and Delhi attacks on women are more common but it doesn’t mean that girls of small cities and village are safe. Every woman should take it as their responsibility to protect her-self from such unpredictable situations.

By learning the basics of self-defense, you can protect yourself from dangerous and unforeseen circumstances. With keeping these facts in mind Women Empowerment Cell of Career College has initiated self defense program named as “NIRBHYA” for girls to protect themselves and others from being a victim of circumstances.

Students of the Department knows their social responsibility, around 60 students visited SOS SevaGram and spent full day with orphans.

World AIDS Day: - “Family Planning Association of India, Bhopal”

On 1st Dec 2018 Dept of Biotechnology, Biochemistry and Women’s Empowerment Cell in association of with ‘Family Planning Association of India, Bhopal’ organized ‘World AIDS Day’. Ms. Neha Dharmadhikari, Field Co-ordinator, ‘Japan Trust Fund; Family Planning’, Shivaji Nagar, Bhopal along with our students and faculty members organized Nukkad Natak in Ekta Nagar Slum area on the theme ‘Know your Status’. Students distributed red ribbons & sweets and explained how AIDS can be prevented and how HIV patients should be treated with humanity instead of humiliated and outcasted by the society. People appreciated the efforts of the department.

AIDS awareness was spread among the slum people of Ekta Nagar and Anna Nagar Basti through silent rally and slogan and poster competetion.

Department promoted SAVE GIRL CHILD campaign for this department organized a health camp for adolescent girls in Ekta Nagar Basti, in which students checked their height, weight, and hemoglobin status.

International women’s day was celebrated at Career College on 8th March 2016, Bhopal being organized by Women Empowerment Cell. The chief guest for the day was Ms. Pragya Richa Shrivastava, Additional Director General of Police, Bhopal. On this occasion India’s top 100 women achievers Ms Poonam Shroti, also the founder of Uddip Social Welfare Society and Mrs Bhakti Sharma, Sarpanch, Barkhedi Abdulla village were felicitated. Various programs for girls were organized like Traditional day, Bridal competition (Shringarika), Mehandi competition and the most exciting was Antakshari for the Career faculty. Top three students were awarded in each category.