NSS Volunteers participated in ‘training for women on self-defense’ programme organized by Kochi City Police as part of their community policing venture. The workshop was inaugurated by the honorable minister, K.Babu, in the Infant Jesus Parish Hall, Ernakulam.
The main aspiration of women’s self-defense training is to reinforce women’s capacity to defend themselves against potential attacks. Statistics stipulate that one in three women will be the victim of some type of violent attack in her lifetime. Training for women on self-defense help to prepare them for abrupt situations and also helps to develop increased mental and physical health.
Self-defense classes for students are important nowadays which helps to make confidence in themselves. They can develop self-discipline and improve their physical condition. Being able to protect yourself in all situations is a self-confidence booster as much as it is a comfort.
Taking a self-defense class can be one of the most beneficial ways to learn how to protect yourself against attacks. Colleges should focus on self-defense training classes for students to make them aware which may evade many problems faced by them in society.