Galgotias University celebrates International Women’s Day in rural area
TEN NEWS NETWORK
Greater Noida, 10th March: On Friday, the students of Galgotias University celebrated International Women’s Day first in the rural area of Dankaur town and later in afternoon in campus of the university. The program was inaugurated by Saraswati Vandana and lighting of lamp by Vice Chancellor Prof. K. Mallikarjun Babu, Pro Vice Chancellor Dr. Awadhesh Kumar, Advisor to Chancellor Professor Dr. Renu Luthra, HR Director Shilpi Chandra. In his address, the Vice-Chancellor of the University Prof K Mallikarjuna Babu encouraged the participants with his vision of empowering women. He emphasized that women CEOs with positive attitude are very effective for any working organization.
The students also performed a street play on the theme of “Women Empowerment”, depicting various aspects of social threats faced by women on a regular basis.
The play emphasized the need for change in the present society to make it a better place for women.
Professor Dr. Renu Luthra, Advisor to the Chancellor, addressed the audience on the issue of gender sensitivity. She spoke about the need to empower women and the changes an empowered woman can bring in the society.
In the rural area of Dankaur town, the students of Law Department celebrated by going among the rural women and Sangi workers. The students also gave important information about the digitized working style to all the women. Beti Bachao Beti Padhao, dowry system and many atrocities on daughters were exposed through their street plays. Writer and poet Bhagwat Prashad Sharma paid tribute to Goddess Swaroopa Matrushakti through his poem.
University Chancellor Sunil Galgotia asked the students to follow their culture and we all should always respect women. CEO Dhruv Galgotia congratulated the coordination board and the students for the successful program. Director Aradhana Galgotia said that today is the time to highlight the achievements made by women.
The programs were presided over by Dr. Narendra Bahadur Singh, Dr. Shivangi Sharma in the rural environment and Dr. Anamika Pandey in the university campus.
At the end of the programme, the students also performed cultural activities including dance, songs and skits.