The Women's Cell has also constituted Gender Champion committee in 2015, in order to promote gender equality, guaranteed by Article 15 of the Indian Constitution, we need to change the mode of interaction at all levels - home, school, workplace and so on.

To increase the outreach for creating an environment that fosters equal treatment, Government of India envisages engagement of Gender Champions in all schools and colleges across the country. Gender Champions can be both boys and girls above 16 years of age enrolled in educational institutions. It is a joint initiative of the Ministry of women and Child Development and Ministry of Human Resource Development.

Vision

  • Gender Champions are envisaged as responsible leaders who will facilitate an enabling environment within their educational institutions, where girls are treated with dignity and respect.
  • They will strengthen the potential of young girls and boys to advocate for gender equality and monitor progress towards gender justice.

Objective

  • The broad mandate of a Gender Champion is to provide an integrated and interdisciplinary approach to understanding the social and cultural constructions of gender that shape the experiences of women and men in society.
  • The aim is to make the young boys and girls gender sensitive and create positive social norms that value the girls and their rights.

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Guest Speaker Program, on


"Witting Winning Proposals for business and Research Plans"

Guest Speaker- Dr S K Sikka,
Director-cum Adviser Agri-System
Afghan Expo Center New Delhi
will deliver on "Witting Winning Proposals for business and Research Plans" on 12-02-2016 at 2:00 PM in the MP Hall of The University.