SLRTDC

Women Development and Gender Sensitization Cell

Women empowerment and gender equality are the most important requirements for the enlistment and progress of our nation. In an effort to make SLRTDC a strong kernel of gender sensitization, the Women Development Cell (WDC) was constituted in November 2018 and is operating under the able convenor ship of Dr. Sanjay G. Mishra. The Cell has both the faculty and students of the College as its members and works with an aim to create a gender-sensitized community within the campus as well as in the society. It has been organising varied academic, technical, medical, cultural and social events for the upliftment of women and spread the real importance of gender equality in the society through the College students.

Objectives

  • Living in a patriarchal society with deep rooted and socio-cultural values of male superiority, the objective of the Cell is to help build an egalitarian society.
  • Helping female students live a balanced life where they neither lurk into depression nor take the abode of aggression.
  • To stress upon the development of women in every sphere.
  • To organize events and activities for women empowerment.
  • To create an environment that will help women realize their full potential and give their best.

Vision

Moulding and enlightening the young minds and paving their way to grow into balanced and better human beings.

Mission

  • To encourage female students to be self-reliant and economically independent.
  • To instill positive self-esteem and confidence in the female students so that they can take the right decision in and for-their lives.
  • Spreading awareness among the students about the social, legal and constitutional rights of women in order to prevent the exploitation based on gender.
  • Making females cognizant about different kinds of violence – sexual, physical and mental – to further equip them with the knowledge and strength to fight against them.
  • Creating awareness about the need for gender equality.
  • Providing equal career opportunities to all the genders.
  • Eliminating deep rooted beliefs of gender bias and discrimination.

The WDC believes in empowerment of girl students. The cell encourages the students to develop into confident individuals.

Department Motto: Creating Awareness on issues of gender disparity and helping the boys and girls, men and women of the college to work together and acquire knowledge in the most stimulative and socially healthy environment.

A.Y. 2018-19

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Non -Technical

Activity level:

All Departments

Title:

Orientation Programme

Organized by:

Women Development and Gender Sensitization

Venue:

College campus

Date:

20th August 2018

Time:

10:00 AM Onwards

Objective of event:

●        The primary goal is to increase awareness on the relevance of women’s advancement and gender sensitization within the community.

●        To foster the concept of gender equality and provide men and women with the resources they need to actively participate in attaining it.

●        Participants will learn about gender-related legislation and policies, women’s rights, and the legal recourse available to victims of abuse and discrimination based on gender.

Expected Outcomes  of event :

●        After completing the programme, participants ought to have a greater understanding of gender-related issues and how they affect society, which should result in more knowledgeable and sympathetic viewpoints.

●        With a deeper comprehension of the legal system relevant to gender issues, participants should feel empowered to seek justice and encourage others to do the same.

Targeted Participants :

FY

Total Participants:

116

Resource Person:

Dr. Gita Chhada (Chairperson, WDC, University of Mumbai)

Methodology used:

Discussion

Powerpoint presentation

Presentation with notes and comments.

Supportive Documents

●        Seminar Report

Particulars Description
Activity: Non -Technical
Activity level: All Departments
Title: Orientation Programme
Organized by: Women Development and Gender Sensitization
Venue: College campus
Date: 20th August 2018
Time: 10:00 AM Onwards
Objective of event:

●        The primary goal is to increase awareness on the relevance of women’s advancement and gender sensitization within the community.

●        To foster the concept of gender equality and provide men and women with the resources they need to actively participate in attaining it.

●        Participants will learn about gender-related legislation and policies, women’s rights, and the legal recourse available to victims of abuse and discrimination based on gender.

Expected Outcomes  of event :

●        After completing the programme, participants ought to have a greater understanding of gender-related issues and how they affect society, which should result in more knowledgeable and sympathetic viewpoints.

●        With a deeper comprehension of the legal system relevant to gender issues, participants should feel empowered to seek justice and encourage others to do the same.

Targeted Participants : FY
Total Participants: 93
Resource Person: Dr. Gita Chhada (Chairperson, WDC, University of Mumbai)
Methodology used:

Discussion

Powerpoint presentation

Presentation with notes and comments.

Supportive Documents ●        Seminar Report

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Non -Technical

Activity level:

All Department Girls 

Title:

Grooming Session 

Organized by:

Women Development and Gender Sensitization

Venue:

College campus Seminar Hall

Date:

25th August 2018

Time:

9:00 AM 

Objective of event:

  • Participants should be taught the value of self-care and overall wellbeing, with a focus on mental, emotional, and physical health.
  • Promote individual development and self-awareness while motivating participants to establish and meet their own objectives.
  • Encourage healthy body image and body positivity while dispelling myths and encouraging self-acceptance.

Expected Outcomes  of event :

  • After completing the programme, participants ought to feel more confident and better able to take on new tasks.
  • Students should grow personally and gain more confidence in their ability to establish and achieve personal goals.
  • In order to promote participants’ physical and mental health, the programme should emphasise self-care and well-being.

Targeted Participants :

Fy 

Total Participants:

116

Resource Person:

Miss. Tini Singh (P&G, Mumbai)

Methodology used:

Discussion

Powerpoint presentation

Product knowledge 

Supportive Documents

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Non -Technical 

Activity level:

All Department

Title:

Pre-Marriage Counseling

Organized by:

Women Development and Gender Sensitization

Venue:

College campus 

Date:

25th October 2018

Time:

10:30 am 

Objective of event:

  • Encourage the formation of relationships based on equality, respect, and shared responsibilities.
  • Raise awareness about gender issues and promote gender equality within the relationship.
  • Improve communication skills to foster openness and transparency in the relationship.

Expected

Outcomes of event :

  • More equal and courteous partnerships, where both parties share responsibilities and decision-making, should emerge from the counseling.
  • By questioning gender norms and preconceptions, the counseling should encourage more gender equality in relationships.
  • Participants should have a clearer understanding of their legal rights and responsibilities within the marriage.

Targeted

Participants :

F.y

Total

Participants:

71

Resource Person:

Ms. Sai Lele (President of Bhartiya Stree Shakti, Thane)

Methodology used:

Discussion

Powerpoint presentation

Presentation with notes and comments. 

Supportive Documents

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Non -Technical 

Activity level:

All Department

Title:

Poster Making Competition

Organized by:

Women Development and Gender Sensitization

Venue:

College campus 

Date:

2nd November 2018

Time:

10: 00 am 

Objective of event:

  • To raise awareness of sexual harassment, the dowry system, and the value of protecting girls from harm in society.
  • Give people a forum to use art to communicate their opinions and views on these important gender-related topics.
  • Participants should be encouraged to use their artistic abilities to advance gender equality and become change agents.

Expected

Outcomes of event :

  • A selection of strong and original artworks that may be utilized to spread vital messages about these concerns should be the outcome of the competition.
  • While they voice their concerns and urge others to take up these gender-related issues, participants will gain advocacy skills.

Targeted

Participants :

F.Y

Total

Participants:

15

Resource Person:

No 

Methodology used:

Posters ,chart paper 

Supportive Documents

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Non -Technical

Activity level:

All Department girls 

Title:

My Way Session

Organized by:

Women Development and Gender Sensitization

Venue:

College campus

Date:

22nd November 2018

Time:

9:00 AM Onwards

Objective of event:

  • Empower girls in developing self-awareness by helping them recognise their assets, liabilities, and passions.
  • Promote personal growth, including resilience, self-worth, and confidence.
  • Encourage knowledge and awareness of gender-related problems and difficulties.

Expected Outcomes  of event :

  • Participants ought to know more about their interests, shortcomings, and strengths.
  • By the end of the session, students ought to feel more confident and worthy of respect.
  • Increased sensitivity to and knowledge of gender-related issues, as well as a dedication to the advancement of gender equality.

Targeted Participants :

FY 

Total Participants:

93

Resource Person:

Miss. Tinni Singh (P&G, Mumbai)

Methodology used:

Discussion

Powerpoint presentation

Presentation with notes and comments. 

Supportive Documents

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Non -Technical
Activity level:All Department
Title:

Diet and Nutrition

Organized by:Women Development and Gender Sensitization
Venue:College campus
Date:

23rd February 2019

Time:9: 00 am Onwards
Objective of event:

●        To spread awareness among women and underrepresented gender groups of the value of a healthy, balanced diet and appropriate nutrition for general health and wellbeing.

●        To increase knowledge of the dangers of malnutrition and offer preventative measures, especially for women and children.

●        To inform participants about food factors to take into account when going through different phases of life, including menopause, nursing, and pregnancy.

Expected

Outcomes of event:

●        When participants make wiser food choices and adopt healthier dietary habits, their nutrition and overall health should improve.

●        The program should lower rates of malnutrition, particularly among women and children, by raising awareness and educating people.

Targeted

Participants:

F.Y

Total

Participants:

116
Resource Person:

Dr. SeemaBhalerao (Rizvi College of Hotel & Tourism Management, Bandra, Mumbai)

Methodology used:

Discussion

PowerPoint presentation

Presentation with notes and comments.

Supportive Documents●        Seminar Report

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Non -Technical 

Activity level:

All Department

Title:

Women Empowerment through Law

Organized by:

Women Development and Gender Sensitization

Venue:

College campus 

Date:

12th March 2019

Time:

9: 00 am Onwards

Objective of event:

  • To promote a deeper understanding of the laws pertaining to gender equality by raising awareness among women and other marginalized gender groups of their legal rights and safeguards.
  • Giving women the tools and information, they need to assert their legal rights and speak up for others as well as themselves.
  • To inform participants on the legal safeguards against and remedies available for discrimination and violence based on gender.

Expected

Outcomes of event :

  • After attending, participants must feel more empowered legally and know their rights and how to use them.
  • Women should leave the programme with advocacy skills so they can speak out against prejudice and promote gender equality.

Targeted

Participants :

F.Y 

Total

Participants:

121

Resource Person:

Adv. Shweta Chaturvedi (Shree L.R.Tiwari College of Law, Mumbai)

Methodology used:

Discussion

Powerpoint presentation

Presentation with notes and comments. 

Supportive Documents

A.Y. 2019-20

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Seminar orientation

Activity level:

Girls of all the departments

Title:

Orientation programme by Women Development Cell

Organized by:

Women’s Development Cell 

Venue:

Shree LR Tiwari Degree College Campus

Date:

23rd July, 2019

Time:

10:00am

Objective of event:

  • To provide a comprehensive understanding of the Women Development Cell’s role and functioning within the college.
  • To emphasize the significance of educating and empowering women and also promoting awareness on hygiene and safety.

Expected Outcomes of event:

  • Participants will recognize the importance of educating women and how it contributes to their empowerment, as well as the role that the Women Development Cell plays in promoting such education.
  • Attendees will develop an increased awareness of hygiene and safety issues faced by women and understand the responsibility of the Women Development Cell in addressing and advocating for these concerns.
  • The orientation program will foster a sense of commitment among committee members and participants to actively contribute to the well-being and development of women within the college community.

Targeted Participants:

FY, SY and TY girl students

Total Participants:

105

Resource Person:

NA

Methodology used:

  • PowerPoint presentation

Supportive Documents

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Seminar orientation
Activity level: Girls of all the departments
Title:Orientation programme by Women Development Cell
Organized by:Women’s Development Cell 
Venue:Shree LR Tiwari Degree College Campus
Date:23rd July, 2019
Time:10:00am
Objective of event:
  • To provide a comprehensive understanding of the Women Development Cell’s role and functioning within the college.
  • To emphasize the significance of educating and empowering women and also promoting awareness on hygiene and safety.
Expected Outcomes of event:
  • Participants will recognize the importance of educating women and how it contributes to their empowerment, as well as the role that the Women Development Cell plays in promoting such education.
  • Attendees will develop an increased awareness of hygiene and safety issues faced by women and understand the responsibility of the Women Development Cell in addressing and advocating for these concerns.
  • The orientation program will foster a sense of commitment among committee members and participants to actively contribute to the well-being and development of women within the college community.
Targeted Participants:FY, SY and TY girl students
Total Participants:105
Resource Person:NA
Methodology used:
  • PowerPoint presentation
Supportive Documents
ParticularsDescription
Activity:Seminar
Activity level:Girls of all the departments
Title:IMC: Health & Personal Care
Organized by:Women’s Development Cell
Venue:Shree LR Tiwari Degree College, Seminar hall.
Date:29th July, 2019
Time:09:00 am
Objective of event:

●        To educate female students about the vital role of maintaining excellent personal hygiene in ensuring overall health and well-being.

●        To emphasize on health & personal care and demonstrate how it can facilitate comprehensive cleanliness and support good health.

Expected Outcomes of event:

●        Students will acquire a deep understanding of the intrinsic link between personal hygiene and overall health, recognizing the importance of adopting and maintaining cleanliness in their daily routines.

●        The event will create awareness and engagement among students about the Women Development Cell’s initiatives to promote women’s health and personal care within the college community, fostering a sense of empowerment and self-care among the attendees.

Targeted Participants:FY, SY and TY girl students
Total Participants:91
Resource Person:Kishore Nair (Chairman Associates of IMC)
Methodology used:●        Group Discussion
Supportive Documents●        Seminar Report
ParticularsDescription
Activity:Competition
Activity level:Girls of all the departments
Title:Make up, Hairstyle &Mehendi Event
Organized by:Women’s Development Cell
Venue:Shree LR Tiwari Degree College Campus
Date:30th August, 2019
Time:10:00am
Objective of event:

●        To provide a platform for female students to showcase their creativity and skills in makeup, hairstyle, and mehendi artistry

●        To promote self-expression and confidence among participants.

Expected Outcomes of event:

●        Participants will have the opportunity to express their creativity and talent in makeup, hairstyle, and mehendi art, gaining hands-on experience in these areas.

●        Students will build self-confidence and self-esteem as they showcase their skills, helping them feel more empowered and self-assured.

●        Attendees will gain valuable insights into personal grooming, makeup, hairstyle trends, and mehendi art, enhancing their knowledge of self-care and self-presentation.

Targeted Participants:FY and SY girl students
Total Participants:31
Resource Person:NA
Methodology used:●        Competition
Supportive Documents●        Seminar Report
ParticularsDescription
Activity:Competition
Activity level:Girls of all the departments
Title:Oh Womaniya!
Organized by:Women’s Development Cell
Venue:Shree LR Tiwari Degree College Campus
Date:26th November 2019
Time:9:00am
Objective of event:

●        To provide a platform for female students to showcase their diverse talents and interests.

●        To celebrate the talent, creativity, and spirit of womanhood within the college community.

Expected Outcomes of event:

●        The ‘Oh Womaniya!’event will serve as an empowering platform, encouraging women to explore their talents, connect with peers, and celebrate the essence of womanhood.

●        Participants will have the opportunity to exhibit their talents and skills in various fields, including dancing, singing, acting, and fashion, enhancing their self-expression and self-confidence.

Targeted Participants:FY and SY girl students
Total Participants:81
Resource Person:NA
Methodology used:●        Competition
Supportive Documents●        Seminar Report

A.Y. 2020-21

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Non-Technical

Activity level:

All Department

Title:

SAKSHAM

Organized by:

Women Development and Gender Sensitization Cell

Venue:

Virtual Platform

Date:

28th Jan 2021

Time:

1:00PM -2:00PM

Objective of event:

  • The major goal of the Women Development Cell’s “Saksham” event is to give participants a creative stage on which to display their artistic abilities and aptitudes in a variety of fields, including mehndi, nail art, hair styling, poster making, and other art forms. 
  • The purpose of the event is to encourage participant empowerment, self-expression, and their skills.

Expected Outcomes  of event :

  • Using mehndi, nail art, hair styling, poster design, and other artistic mediums, participants will be able to showcase their uniqueness and inventiveness.

 

  • By encouraging a culture of ongoing learning and development, the event will help participants hone their abilities in art-related fields.

 

  • Participants’ self-esteem and confidence will grow as a result of participating in artistic endeavours and exhibiting their work.

 

  • By honouring and showcasing a variety of artistic mediums, the event will help people recognize and value the richness of cultures and artistic styles.

 

  • Through promoting cooperation and networking with like-minded people, “Saksham” will help participants develop a feeling of community.

 

  • Encouraging women to pursue and succeed in a variety of endeavours, such as the arts, can contribute to their general empowerment

Targeted Participants :

Girls Students of First Year,Second Year and Third Year .(All Dept.)

Total Participants:

52

Resource Person:

NA

Methodology used:

PPT

Group Discussion

Supportive Documents

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Non-Technical
Activity level:All Department
Title:SAKSHAM
Organized by:Women Development and Gender Sensitization Cell
Venue:Virtual Platform
Date:28th Jan 2021
Time:1:00PM -2:00PM
Objective of event:

●        The major goal of the Women Development Cell’s “Saksham” event is to give participants a creative stage on which to display their artistic abilities and aptitudes in a variety of fields, including mehndi, nail art, hair styling, poster making, and other art forms.

●        The purpose of the event is to encourage participant empowerment, self-expression, and their skills.

Expected Outcomes  of event :

●        Using mehndi, nail art, hair styling, poster design, and other artistic mediums, participants will be able to showcase their uniqueness and inventiveness.

 

●        By encouraging a culture of ongoing learning and development, the event will help participants hone their abilities in art-related fields.

 

●        Participants’ self-esteem and confidence will grow as a result of participating in artistic endeavours and exhibiting their work.

 

●        By honouring and showcasing a variety of artistic mediums, the event will help people recognize and value the richness of cultures and artistic styles.

 

●        Through promoting cooperation and networking with like-minded people, “Saksham” will help participants develop a feeling of community.

 

●        Encouraging women to pursue and succeed in a variety of endeavours, such as the arts, can contribute to their general empowerment

 

Targeted Participants :Girls Students of First Year,Second Year and Third Year .(All Dept.)
Total Participants:26
Resource Person:NA
Methodology used:

PPT

Group Discussion

Supportive Documents●        Seminar Report
Activity:Non-Technical
Activity level:All Department
Title:Self Defence program
Organized by:Women Development and Gender Sensitization Cell
Venue:Virtual Platform(Google Meet)
Date:27th  February 2021
Time:9:00AM -10:00AM
Objective of event:

●        With Mr. Virendra Agarwal, President of My Karate, serving as the resource person, the Women Development Cell’s main goal is to equip women with the knowledge and abilities needed to improve their own safety and self-assurance.

●        The purpose of the program is to provide attendees with awareness and useful self-defense skills to protect their safety.

Expected Outcomes  of event :

●        Self-defense Skills: The karate instructor will teach participants the fundamentals of self-defense, equipping them with the knowledge and skills to defend oneself in potentially hazardous circumstances.

●        Enhanced Confidence: Participants will feel more empowered and confident after learning self-defense techniques, which will have a good effect on their day-to-day life.

●        Awareness: By increasing their awareness of their surroundings and potential hazards, participants will be better equipped to take preventative action to keep themselves safe.

●        Personal Safety: By attending this program, attendees will gain more insight into how to react to potential dangers and make well-informed decisions regarding their own safety.

●        Physical Fitness: Self-defense and karate instruction will help individuals become more physically fit and encourage a healthy lifestyle.

●        Community Support: By fostering a sense of community among attendees, the event will enable

Targeted Participants :All the students of all department
Total Participants:220
Resource Person:Mr. Virendra Agarwal (President of My Karate)
Methodology used:

PPT

Group Discussion

Supportive Documents

●        Seminar Report

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Non-Technical
Activity level:All Department
Title:ARTISTREE
Organized by:Women Development and Gender Sensitization Cell
Venue:Virtual Platform
Date:8 March 2021
Time:12:30PM -1:30PM
Objective of event:

●        The main goal of the Artistree event is to encourage understanding, conversation, and appreciation of gender equality and women’s empowerment.

●        The purpose of this event is to teach attendees about notable women in history, encourage them to discover their own female role models, and include them in thought-provoking discussions and feminism-related activities.

Expected Outcomes  of event :

●        Awareness and Understanding: Participants will acquire a more comprehensive comprehension of feminist ideas, the significance of gender parity, and the obstacles that women have traditionally encountered in a range of professions.

●        Empowerment: Participants will consider powerful women who have positively impacted society during the impromptu sessions on female role models. This will inspire them to aim high in their own life.

 

●        Inclusivity: By dispelling prejudices and misconceptions, the event promotes inclusivity and supports a variety of viewpoints on feminism.

 

●        Knowledge: The women’s history quiz questions will improve participants’ understanding of the contributions and achievements made by women throughout history.

 

●        Discussion and Dialogue: By promoting frank and helpful discourse, the feminism-focused group talks will assist participants in critically analyzing gender-related topics.

Targeted Participants :All students of All dept.
Total Participants:44
Resource Person:AfshaQuershi (Pilot)
Methodology used:

PPT

Group Discussion

Supportive Documents

●        Seminar Report

 

A.Y. 2021-22

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Webinar

Activity level:

All the Department 

Title:

Webinar on Gender Sensitization and Equality

Organized by:

Women’s Development and Gender Sensitization Cell 

Venue:

Virtual Mode

Date:

14th August 2021

Time:

12:15 pm

Objective of event:

  • To create awareness about gender equality. 
  • To help students in examining personal attitude, beliefs and questioning the realities of both sexes.

Expected Outcomes of event:

  • Participants gained a deeper understanding of gender-related issues, stereotypes, and biases.
  • Attendees developed a more inclusive and empathetic attitude towards gender diversity and equality.

Targeted Participants:

All Students

Total Participants:

101

Resource Person:

Advocate Mahesh Kabra 

Methodology used:

  1. Webinar
  2. Powerpoint Presentation

Supportive Documents

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Webinar

Activity level:

All the Department 

Title:

Webinar on Gender Sensitization and Equality

Organized by:

Women’s Development and Gender Sensitization Cell 

Venue:

Virtual Mode

Date:

14th August 2021

Time:

12:15 pm

Objective of event:

  • To create awareness about gender equality. 
  • To help students in examining personal attitude, beliefs and questioning the realities of both sexes.

Expected Outcomes of event:

  • Participants gained a deeper understanding of gender-related issues, stereotypes, and biases.
  • Attendees developed a more inclusive and empathetic attitude towards gender diversity and equality.

Targeted Participants:

All Students

Total Participants:

101

Resource Person:

Advocate Mahesh Kabra 

Methodology used:

  1. Webinar
  2. Powerpoint Presentation

Supportive Documents

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Webinar

Activity level:

All the Department 

Title:

Webinar on Acceptability of LGBTQ community post Supreme Court Verdict to decriminalize sec 377 

Organized by:

Women’s Development and Gender Sensitization Cell and Cultural Committee

Venue:

Virtual Mode

Date:

6th September 2021

Time:

12:00 pm

Objective of event:

  • To educate and inform participants about the implication and significance of the Supreme Court’s verdict of decriminalizing section 377. 
  • To encourage women to become allies in the fight for LGBTQ rights.
  • To advocate for a more inclusive and accepting society for LGBTQ individuals 

Expected Outcomes of event:

  • Participants gain a better understanding of LGBTQ issues and the legal changes following the Section 377 verdict. 
  • The Webinar helped in promoting.

Targeted Participants:

Students from all department

Total Participants:

54

Resource Person:

Tinesh Chopade, Advocacy Manager (Humsafar Trust)

Methodology used:

 

  1. E-learning through Google meet as it an emerging methodology of modern education 

Supportive Documents

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Practical Training
Activity level:All the Department
Title:

Self Defence Techniques

Organized by:Women’s Development and Gender Sensitization Cell and Sports Committee
Venue:Room 102, Old Building, Shree L.R. Tiwari College Campus
Date:

23rd September 2021

Time:8:30 am
Objective of event:

●        To promote safety awareness and personal security by educating students about potential risks and providing them with the skills to protect themselves, fostering a sense of security.

●        To instill a sense of self-reliance and the ability to respond effectively to threats or dangerous situations, enabling female students to be more independent and self-assured in their daily life.

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Expected Outcomes of event:

●        Participants will gain practical knowledge and skill in self-defence techniques, leading to increased confidence, personal safety, and the ability to protect themselves in potentially risky situations.

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Targeted Participants:Students of all departments.
Total Participants:11(offline) And 89 (online)
Resource Person:

Ms Jyoti Singh, National Award Winner in Shotokam Karate

Methodology used:

Hybrid Mode

Supportive Documents●        Seminar Report

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Group Discussion

Activity level:

All the Department 

Title:

Liberate your voice 

Organized by:

Women’s Development and Gender Sensitization Cell 

Venue:

Room 304, Old Building, Shree L.R. Tiwari College Campus

Date:

4th December 2021

Time:

12:00 pm

Objective of event:

  • To raise awareness amongst students about the prevalence of stereotypes and the impact of judgemental attitudes on women in society.”
  • To encourage attendees to reflect on their biases and stereotypes, promoting self-awareness and self-improvement to combat these prejudicious attitudes.

Expected Outcomes of event:

  • After the discussion students got to know what type of stereotypical advertisement Indian Media is portraying.
  • Students realized that brands till date portray such advertisements which needs to be questioned. 

Targeted Participants:

Students of all departments. 

Total Participants:

47

Resource Person:

NA

Methodology used:

  1. Group Discussion

Supportive Documents

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Seminar

Activity level:

All the department 

Title:

Women Health Awareness (PCOD and PCOS)

Organized by:

Women’s Development and Gender Sensitization Cell 

Venue:

Shree L.R. Tiwari College Campus

Date:

11th December 2022

Time:

10:00 am

Objective of event:

  • To discuss the issues related to women’s menstrual cycle. 
  • To discuss the lifestyle of the women and how these are affecting our monthly cycle.
  • To discuss PCOD and PCOS in technical language and how can we deal with it.

Expected Outcomes of event:

  • Girls get to know why they are facing problems in their monthly cycle.
  • Some solutions and precautions were also discussed by Dr. Vipin Checker…

Targeted Participants:

FY, SY and TY Girls students 

Total Participants:

102

Resource Person:

Dr Vipin Checker, MD DGO Mumbai 

Methodology used:

 

  1. PowerPoint Presentation

Supportive Documents

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Play

Activity level:

All the Department 

Title:

Play on “Pioneer of Women’s Education – Savitribai Phule” 

Organized by:

Women’s Development and Gender Sensitization Cell 

Venue:

Shree L.R. Tiwari College Campus

Date:

3rd January 2022

Time:

Saturday, 11:00 am

Objective of event:

  • To enlighten the students with the life history of Women iconic figure “Savitribai Phule.”
  • To make the students aware of the value of education in today’s life.
  • To motivate the students, especially girls’ students on the struggling life of the “Savitribai Phule with the help of play.

Expected Outcomes of event:

  • Quick life view of Savitribai Phule and struggle which she faced for helping and fighting for girl’s education.
  • Benefits and opportunities received from the education system that they are availing now which was absent in the past era.

Targeted Participants:

FY students 

Total Participants:

45

Resource Person:

NA

Methodology used:

 

  1. Play
  2. Motivational lecture

Supportive Documents

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Speech and Slogan Making

Activity level:

Girls from all the Department 

Title:

WDC organizes a competition to celebrate International Women’s Day

Organized by:

Women’s Development and Gender Sensitization Cell 

Venue:

Shree L.R. Tiwari College Campus

Date:

5th, March 2022

Time:

Saturday, 10:00 am

Objective of event:

  • To acknowledge the empowerment of women on global platform.
  • To celebrate International Women’s Day.
  • To motivate students with the stories of women achievers in the form of competition on “Freedom of Speech”.

Expected Outcomes of event:

  • Girls’ students who attended the competition learned about various personalities who worked hard and inspired the world to work more for the betterment of society.
  • Women working on national and international level are the real heroes and motivational forces for society and the world.

Targeted Participants:

FY and SY students 

Total Participants:

36

Resource Person:

NA

Methodology used:

  1. Competition 
  2. Assessment

Supportive Documents

A.Y. 2022-23

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Non -Technical 

Activity level:

All Department

Title:

Group Discussion on representation of LGBTQ Community in media 

Organized by:

Women Development and Gender Sensitization

Venue:

College campus 

Date:

24th June 2022

Time:

11.00 am 

Objective of event:

  • Students’ acceptance of members of the LGBTQ community should be increased. 
  • To advance gender equality and empower women in a variety of areas.
  • To raise awareness about gender inequality and violence against women.
  • To confront societal preconceptions and attitudes that contribute to gender inequality.
  • Women’s engagement in social, economic, and political arenas should be increased.
  • To promote women’s leadership and decision-making in a variety of fields.
  • To advance women’s educational and career opportunities and rights.
  • To address concerns concerning the health and well-being of women.
  • To foster an environment that values women’s rights and dignity.

Expected

Outcomes of event :

  • Participants’ awareness and grasp of gender-related issues has grown.
  • Empathy and sensitivity to the experiences and struggles of women have improved.
  • Gender dialogue and cooperation has improved.
  • Women’s empowerment to demand their rights and take on leadership responsibilities.
  • Gender-based discrimination and violence have decreased.
  • Women’s representation in numerous sectors and decision-making roles has increased.
  • Gender-sensitive policies and practices are implemented in organizations and institutions.
  • Positive shifts in gender equality attitudes and behaviors

Targeted

Participants :

S.Y., T.Y

Total

Participants:

31

Resource Person:

No 

Methodology used:

Discussion

Powerpoint presentation

Presentation with notes and comments. 

Supportive Documents

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Non -Technical 

Activity level:

All Department

Title:

Group Discussion on representation of LGBTQ Community in media 

Organized by:

Women Development and Gender Sensitization

Venue:

College campus 

Date:

24th June 2022

Time:

11.00 am 

Objective of event:

  • Students’ acceptance of members of the LGBTQ community should be increased. 
  • To advance gender equality and empower women in a variety of areas.
  • To raise awareness about gender inequality and violence against women.
  • To confront societal preconceptions and attitudes that contribute to gender inequality.
  • Women’s engagement in social, economic, and political arenas should be increased.
  • To promote women’s leadership and decision-making in a variety of fields.
  • To advance women’s educational and career opportunities and rights.
  • To address concerns concerning the health and well-being of women.
  • To foster an environment that values women’s rights and dignity.

Expected

Outcomes of event :

  • Participants’ awareness and grasp of gender-related issues has grown.
  • Empathy and sensitivity to the experiences and struggles of women have improved.
  • Gender dialogue and cooperation has improved.
  • Women’s empowerment to demand their rights and take on leadership responsibilities.
  • Gender-based discrimination and violence have decreased.
  • Women’s representation in numerous sectors and decision-making roles has increased.
  • Gender-sensitive policies and practices are implemented in organizations and institutions.
  • Positive shifts in gender equality attitudes and behaviors

Targeted

Participants :

S.Y., T.Y

Total

Participants:

85

Resource Person:

No 

Methodology used:

Discussion

Powerpoint presentation

Presentation with notes and comments. 

Supportive Documents

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Non -Technical

Activity level:

All Department

Title:

Personal Grooming and Hygiene with Eva perfume 

Organized by:

Women Development and Gender Sensitization

Venue:

College campus 

Date:

30 th July 2022

Time:

11.00 am 

Objective of event:

  • To teach females the value of personal grooming and hygiene for general well-being and self-esteem.
  • To promote the right use of Eva perfume as a complement to personal grooming, so boosting one’s individuality and aroma attractiveness.
  • Instilling appropriate grooming habits that contribute to a favorable and professional image in both personal and social situations.
  • To raise awareness about the importance of keeping cleanliness and hygiene in order to prevent health problems and boost self-esteem.
  • Encourage girls to be confident in their appearance and to take pride in their appearance.

Expected

Outcomes of event :

  • Girls’ understanding of the importance of personal grooming and hygiene has increased.
  • Understanding how to use Eva perfume to enhance one’s personal smell.
  • Adoption of healthy grooming habits, such as bathing, hair care, skincare, and grooming regimens.
  • Maintaining a well-groomed and sanitary appearance boosts self-confidence and self-esteem.
  • Body odor and hygiene concerns are reduced.
  • Grooming has a favorable impact on personal and professional connections.
  • Individuality and expression are developed with the usage of Eva perfume as a preferred fragrance option.
  • Encouragement for girls to share their grooming and hygiene knowledge with others, so encouraging a clean and confident culture.

Targeted

Participants :

SY, TY 

Total

Participants:

74

Resource Person:

NO 

Methodology used:

Discussion 

Napkin distribution 

Supportive Documents

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Non -Technical

Activity level:

Inter Department

Title:

Feminine and Hygiene 

Organized by:

Women Development, Gender sensitization and NSS 

Venue:

College campus 

Date:

12th Aug.  2022

Time:

11.00 am 

Objective of event:

  • To teach female students the value of feminine hygiene for their health and well-being.
  • Menstrual hygiene and its impact on physical and mental health should be made more widely known.
  • To educate proper menstrual product usage and disposal procedures in order to ensure sanitation and environmental sustainability.
  • To dispel myths and misinformation about menstruation and feminine hygiene.
  • To teach female students how to handle their menstrual periods comfortably and without shame.

Expected

Outcomes of event:

  • Increased understanding among female students of the need of feminine hygiene in sustaining good health.
  • Adopting healthy menstrual hygiene practices, such as using appropriate products and using safe disposal procedures.
  • Infections and other health concerns associated with inadequate feminine hygiene are reduced.
  • Improved confidence and comfort with menstruation management, resulting in fewer absenteeism from school during periods.
  • Breaking down societal taboos and stigmas associated with menstruation, resulting in a more open and supportive environment.
  • Peer support and understanding of feminine hygiene issues among female students has improved.
  • Girl students are being empowered to speak for their hygiene needs and rights.
  • Promotion of a culture of excellent hygiene practices outside of menstruation, which benefits overall health and well-being.

Targeted

Participants:

FY, SY, TY 

Total

Participants:

208

Resource Person:

Sanyukta Keluskar 

Methodology used:

Discussion 

Supportive Documents

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Non -Technical

Activity level:

Inter Department

Title:

Social Awareness programme on Bharosa cell 

Organized by:

Women Development, Gender sensitization and Research Innovation incubation 

Venue:

College campus 

Date:

26th Aug.  2022

Time:

09.00 am 

Objective of event:

  • To make students understand the availability of Bharosa cell during crises.
  • To create awareness amongst the students about consequences of Drugs dealing and Domestic abuse and other crime 
  • To help student understand their legal right in case of such crimes.

Expected

Outcomes of event:

  • Increased students’ awareness towards ill-effects of drug abuse and domestic violence 
  • Helped Students to understand the importance of Bharosa cell.
  • It encouraged students in understanding how they can take stand against such crimes happening around them. 

Targeted

Participants:

FY, SY, TY 

Total

Participants:

30

Resource Person:

Tejashree Shinde (Asst. Police Inspector)

Methodology used:

Discussion 

Presentation

Case study based interactive method of communication 

Supportive Documents

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Non -Technical

Activity level:

Inter Department

Title:

A Donation Drive of sanitary Napkins, gift Hygiene 

Organized by:

Women Development, Gender sensitization and NSS Unit 

Venue:

College campus 

Date:

12th to 16 th dec.2022

Time:

09.30 am 

Objective of event:

  • To promote menstrual hygiene amongst the girls.
  • To provide sanitary napkins to girls and women who not have access to them due to financial constraints.
  • To ensure that girls have access to menstrual hygiene products, specifically sanitary napkins, for their health and well-being.

Expected

Outcomes of event:

  • Increased access to sanitary napkins for girls in need, allowing them to manage their periods in a healthy manner.
  • Girls’ menstrual hygiene practices have improved, leading to improved health and well-being.
  • Reduced school absenteeism due to menstruation, benefiting females’ education.
  • Increased awareness and openness regarding menstruation, as well as the breaking down of taboos and the creation of a supportive environment.
  • Girls’ self-esteem and confidence have increased as a result of knowing they have the resources they need for menstrual hygiene.
  • Community relationships were strengthened as a result of concerted efforts to assist girls’ health and education.
  • Encouragement for other communities and organizations to launch similar donation drives and charitable initiatives.
  • Contributing to greater gender equality by addressing a specific issue that impacts the daily lives and opportunities of females.

Targeted

Participants:

FY, SY, TY 

Total

Participants:

30

Resource Person:

NO 

Methodology used:

Discussion 

Donation Drive  

Supportive Documents

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Non -Technical

Activity level:

Inter Department

Title:

Self Defense and Fitness Session 

Organized by:

Women Development, Gender sensitization and Sports Department 

Venue:

College campus 

Date:

19th Dec.2022

Time:

8.00 am 

Objective of event:

  • The major goal of alumni-led self-defense seminars for female students is to provide them with essential self-defense skills, increase their confidence, and promote a sense of empowerment.
  • To foster a secure and supportive atmosphere in which girls can learn physical and mental abilities to effectively protect themselves in potentially dangerous situations.
  • To deepen the relationship between alumni and the university by establishing a culture of giving back and mentorship.

Expected

Outcomes of event:

  • Participants learned practical self-defense methods that would enable them to respond successfully in threatening situations
  • The girl students expressed increased self-confidence and a higher sense of control over their own safety as a result of hands-on practice and advice from alumni.
  • The courses also aimed to raise participants’ awareness of potential hazards and teach them how to recognise and avoid dangerous situations. This preventive measure is critical for personal protection.

Targeted

Participants:

FY, SY, TY 

Total

Participants:

66

Resource Person:

Kunal Bipin Soni 

Methodology used:

Practical training

Supportive Documents

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Non -Technical
Activity level: Inter Department
Title:Birth Anniversary of Savitribai Phule (skit) 
Organized by:Women Development, Gender sensitization and NSS Unit
Venue:College campus
Date:30th Dec.2022
Time:10.00 am
Objective of event:

●        To commemorate the birth anniversary of Savitribai Phule, an Indian pioneer in women’s education and social reform.

●        To create awareness about Savitribai Phule’s life, contributions, and hardships in advancing girls’ education and women’s rights.

●        To motivate the audience by telling the tale of Savitribai Phule and her unwavering efforts to combat societal inequities and discrimination.

●        To demonstrate the value of education and empowerment in building a more inclusive and just society.

●        Through the skit performance, gender equality and women’s empowerment will be promoted.

●        To emphasize the importance of women’s engagement in the sociopolitical realm, as well as their roles as change-makers.

●        Encourage the audience to think on the progress made in women’s rights and education since Savitribai Phule’s time, as well as areas that still need to be addressed.

Expected

Outcomes of event:

●        Increased learning and awareness of self-defense skills and their implementation among Increased audience awareness and knowledge of Savitribai Phule’s life and contributions.

●        Empowering and motivating the audience, particularly girls and women, to pursue education and speak out against social injustices.

●        Women’s education and their responsibilities in societal growth are recognized and appreciated.

●        Improved knowledge of women’s historical and contemporary issues, leading to empathy and support for gender equality.

Targeted

Participants:

 FY, SY, TY

Total

Participants:

30
Resource Person:NA
Methodology used:

Presentation

Discussion

Skit activity

Supportive Documents

●        Seminar Report

 

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Non -Technical
Activity level: Inter Department
Title:A Personality development and personal menstrual Hygiene session
Organized by:Women Development, Gender sensitization and BBI Dept
Venue:College campus
Date:10th Feb, 2023
Time:10.00 am
Objective of event:

●        To encourage participants’ holistic growth by improving their personality traits, self-awareness, and communication abilities.

●        To boost participants’ self-esteem and confidence, allowing them to navigate social and professional settings with ease.

 

●        To increase public knowledge of the need of personal cleanliness for general health and well-being.

●        To educate participants on menstrual hygiene management, as well as to break down taboos and promote a good attitude towards menstruation.

●        Participants will be given practical suggestions and practices for maintaining good personal hygiene and menstrual hygiene.

●        To promote open dialogue and remove myths about personal and menstrual hygiene.

●        To create a friendly and nonjudgmental environment in which participants can freely discuss their experiences and concerns.

 

Expected

Outcomes of event:

●        To encourage participants’ holistic growth by improving their personality traits, self-awareness, and communication abilities.

●        To boost participants’ self-esteem and confidence, allowing them to navigate social and professional settings with ease.

●        To increase public knowledge of the need of personal cleanliness for general health and well-being.

●        To educate participants on menstrual hygiene management, as well as to break down taboos and promote a good attitude towards menstruation.

Targeted

Participants:

FY, SY, TY

Total

Participants:

31
Resource Person:Miss Aanchal Yadav
Methodology used:

Presentation

Discussion

 

Supportive Documents●        Seminar Report

A.Y. 2023-24

Particulars

Description

Activity:

Practical Training 

Activity level:

All Department 

Title:

Self Defense Workshop under the guidance of Ministry of Women and Child Development

Organized by:

Women Development and Gender Sensitization Cell 

Venue:

Auditorium, Shree L.R. Tiwari College 

Date:

5th, 6th and 7th July 2023

Time:

11: 00 am to 01:30 pm, 09:00 am to 11:00 am, 09:00 am to 11: 00am 

Objective of event:

  • To educate the girl students about the different types of violence against them
  • To provide knowledge about different tips of self-protection to keep in mind in different situation 
  • To show case and give demo on different self defense techniques 

Expected Outcomes of event:

  • Participants gained a deeper understanding of personal safety and the ability to identify potential threats, making them more vigilant in various situations.
  • The workshop equipped girl students with valuable self-defense techniques, enabling them to protect themselves in potentially dangerous situations.
  • Participants left the workshop with reduced fear and increased feelings of empowerment, knowing they have the ability to protect themselves and make informed choices.

Targeted Participants:

SY and TY students 

Total Participants:

165

Resource Person:

  • Mr Sanjay Naik (Asst Protection Officer- Mira Bhayandar)
  • Mr Venkatesh Hundekar (CDPO – Ministry of Women and Child Development
  • Mr. Kamlesh Deshmukh (Protection Officer – Mira Bhayandar, Thane)  

Methodology used:

  1. Seminar 
  2. Counselling
  3. Practical Training 

Supportive Documents

ParticularsDescription
Activity:Practical Training
Activity level:All Department
Title:Self Defense Workshop under the guidance of Ministry of Women and Child Development
Organized by:Women Development and Gender Sensitization Cell
Venue:Auditorium, Shree L.R. Tiwari College
Date:5th, 6th and 7th July 2023
Time:11: 00 am to 01:30 pm, 09:00 am to 11:00 am, 09:00 am to 11: 00am
Objective of event:

●       To educate the girl students about the different types of violence against them

●       To provide knowledge about different tips of self-protection to keep in mind in different situation

●       To show case and give demo on different self defense techniques

Expected Outcomes of event:

●       Participants gained a deeper understanding of personal safety and the ability to identify potential threats, making them more vigilant in various situations.

●       The workshop equipped girl students with valuable self-defense techniques, enabling them to protect themselves in potentially dangerous situations.

●       Participants left the workshop with reduced fear and increased feelings of empowerment, knowing they have the ability to protect themselves and make informed choices.

Targeted Participants:SY and TY students
Total Participants:165
Resource Person:

1)      Mr Sanjay Naik (Asst Protection Officer- Mira Bhayandar)

2)      Mr VenkateshHundekar (CDPO – Ministry of Women and Child Development

3)      Mr. KamleshDeshmukh (Protection Officer – Mira Bhayandar, Thane) 

Methodology used:
  1. Seminar
  2. Counselling
  3. Practical Training
Supportive Documents●        SeminarReport
Particulars Description
Activity: Practical Training
Activity level: All Department
Title: National Constitution Day
Organized by: Women Development and Gender Sensitization Cell in collaboration with NSS and DLLE
Venue: Online
Date: 26th Nov 2023
Time: 09:00 AM
Objective of event: ●        To  raise awareness about the constitution of India and its foundational principles among the students. ●        To encourage active participation of all segments of the SLRTDC community in the Constitution Day celebration. ●        To leverage online initiatives and the MyGov portal for wider participation and engagement in Constitution Day celebrations.
Expected Outcomes of event: ●        Enhanced understanding and knowledge of the constitution’s preamble and its significance among participants. ●        Strengthened community bonds and a sense of unity through collective reflection on constitutional values. ●         Increased participation and positive feedback on the online initiatives, leading to a successful digital celebration.
Targeted Participants: All students and Faculty
Total Participants: 100
Resource Person: NA 
Methodology used:
  1. Online Quiz
Supportive Documents ●        Seminar Report
ParticularsDescription
Activity:Non -Technical
Activity level:Inter Department
Title:Awareness Drive on World AIDS Day
Organized by:Women Development, Gender sensitization and National Service Scheme
Venue:Shree LR Tiwari Degree College Campus
Date:1st December, 2023
Time:10:00 am onwards
Objective of event:

●       The primary objective was to disseminate accurate information and raise awareness about HIV/AIDS among the student community.

●       The event aimed to combat the existing stigma associated with HIV/AIDS through a skit performed by students.

●        The objective was to utilize creative and artistic expression as a powerful tool to break down stereotypes, foster empathy, and encourage open conversations surrounding the virus.

Expected

Outcomes of event:

●        The event successfully achieved its primary objective of raising awareness about HIV/AIDS.

●        The skit performed by students emerged as a powerful tool in breaking down stigma associated with HIV/AIDS.

●        The creative expression through the skit played a significant role in reshaping perceptions within the college community.

Targeted

Participants:

 FY, SY, TY

Total

Participants:

50
Resource Person:NA
Methodology used:Skit
Supportive DocumentsSeminar Report
ParticularsDescription
Activity:Non-Technical
Activity level:All Department
Title:Grooming and Personality Development Session
Organized by:Women Development and Gender Sensitization Cell
Venue:College Auditorium
Date:13-December-2023
Time:9:30 AM – 11:00 AM
Objective of event:To empower female students with knowledge and insights into grooming and personality development, fostering their personal and professional growth.To challenge stereotypes surrounding women’s appearance and behavior, promoting open discussions and encouraging women to express themselves authentically.To create a positive and inclusive environment within the college community, where female students feel supported and encouraged to explore and enhance their personalities.
Expected Outcomes  of event :

●        Participants gained valuable insights into grooming and personality development.

●        The event fostered a positive and empowering environment within the college community.

●        The collaboration with Viberea Communications enriched the event’s content and impact.

Targeted Participants :All Girls Students of All dept.
Total Participants:300
Resource Person:Ms. Jyoti Bhanushali
Methodology used:

PPT

Group Discussion

Supportive Documents●        Seminar Report
ParticularsDescription
Activity:Practical Training
Activity level:All Department
Title:Menstrual Hygiene and Sanitary Pads Donation
Organized by:Women Development Cell in collaboration with NSS
Venue:Kasarali Village, Vaitarna – NSS Camp
Date:25th Dec 2023
Time:10:30 AM
Objective of event:

●       To raise awareness about menstrual hygiene practices, debunk myths, and promote healthy habits among young girls and women in Kasarali Village.

●       To contribute to the menstrual health and well-being of the community by donating 500 sanitary pads during the session.

●       To foster collaboration between the Women Development Cell, NSS, and the local community to address specific health needs and challenges related to menstrual hygiene.

Expected Outcomes of event:

●       The session successfully increased awareness about menstrual hygiene, empowering participants with knowledge and dispelling misconceptions.

●       A total of 500 sanitary pads were donated during the session. Some were distributed immediately to the attendees, while the remaining pads were handed over to school authorities for future distribution, ensuring a sustained impact on menstrual health.

●       The collaborative effort between the Women Development Cell, NSS, and the community contributed to building stronger bonds within the village, promoting a sense of shared responsibility for women’s health.

Targeted Participants:Young girls and Women of Kasarali Village
Total Participants:100
Resource Person:Asst Prof Sonal Shah
Methodology used:Discussion
Supportive DocumentsSeminar Report