Department Name: Department of Computer Applications
TITLE OF PROGRAMME: National Girl Child Day (Gender inequality)
START DATE: 09th January,2023
END DATE: 09th January,2023
MODE OF CONDUCT: OFFLINE
VENUE:-Department of computer Application
NO: OF BENEFICIARIES/ PARTICIPANTS: NO. OF STUDENT PARTICIPANTS: ( 33 1st BVOC. Software development +19 2nd BVOC SWD + 21 2nd BSc CA) = 73
NO OF EXTERNAL PARTICIPANTS: 0
NO OF FACULTY: 5
OBJECTIVE OF THE PROGRAMME:
The National Girl Child Day is celebrated in India every year on January 24. The Ministry of Women and Child Development, Government of India initiated this celebration in 2008.The International Day of the Girl Child focuses attention on the need to address the challenges girls face and to promote girls’ empowerment and the fulfilment of their human rights. On the International Day of the Girl Child, we need to redouble our efforts to make sure girls everywhere are healthy, educated and safe. Now more than ever, we must renew our commitment to work together so that girls enjoy and exercise their rights and can play a full and equal part in their communities and societies.
We had a workshop on Self Defence program.
We had a Flash Mob at the end of our function.
Started with prayer Song by Alisha Ali(I BVoc SWD) and welcome speech given by Ansu Varghese(I BVoc SWD), the programme was officially inaugurated by Ms. Raji.S.Pillai .First we had a workshop on Self Defense which was demonstrated by Sreelakshmi M T and Vishnupriya K P (I BVoc SWD).Later we had an interactive and informative quiz which was conducted by Athira Reji and Sanjana Rajagopal and prizes were given to the winners. Posters designed by I BVOC SWD students were displayed during the program. The program was shortly ended by a vote of thanks by Sanjan Rajagopal. The program was coordinated by Lakshmi S and Archita B K was the MC of the program.
OUTCOME OF THE ACTIVITY:
The activity aims to raise awareness among students to promote the rights, education, health and nutrition of the girl child across the country and to tackle issues related to inequalities that girls face in society.
FEEDBACK RECEIVED FROM GUESTS AND PARTICIPANTS:
“The program was very informative and had fun”
“The program was really good and it would have been a loss if we missed out the program.”
“The program was well organized and included relavent topics within a short time”