The College has established a Women Cell on campus dedicated to the welfare of girl students, women teaching staff, and non-teaching staff. The primary goal is to enhance understanding of women-related issues and create a safe environment within the college. The Women Cell integrates a women's policy to promote the well-being of female students and staff, undertaking awareness programs on gender sensitization, women's rights, and empowerment.
Empower women to realize their potential and compete for equal opportunities in building successful homes and careers.
- Gender-Sensitive Campus: Build a campus that is sensitive to gender-related issues.
- Self-Confidence and Legal Awareness: Develop the self-confidence of women and awareness about women welfare laws.
- Equality Assertion: Assert the importance of spiritual, economic, social, racial, and gender equality.
- Social Awareness: Create awareness about women's problems, especially regarding gender discrimination.
- Guidance on Women's Role: Provide guidance on women's roles in society.
- Seminars and Workshops: Organize seminars and workshops related to women's development.
- Multidisciplinary Approach: Develop a multidisciplinary approach for overall personality development.
- Prevent Sexual Harassment: Work towards preventing sexual harassment on campus.
- Promote Well-being: Promote the general well-being of female students, teaching, and non-teaching staff.
The Women Cell is committed to fostering a supportive and empowering environment, addressing gender-related issues and facilitating the overall development of women associated with the college. Through various initiatives, the cell aims to contribute to the advancement of women in both personal and professional spheres.
Women Cell 2023-24:
|Name of the Faculty
|Dr.N. Narayana Reddy
|Associate Dean, SKCHS
|Dr. Ayesha Siddiqua
|Assistant Professor,Department of Fruit Science
|Associate Professor,Department of GPBR
|Asst. Professor,Department of Horticultural Engineering
|Asst. Professor,Department of Plant Physiology
Women Cell Activities: