Students Supports Cells

Women Empowerment Cell

Dr. N.S.A.M. First Grade College has established a Women Empowerment Cell in the college campus to empower girl students, to sensitize all issues related to women and to make the college campus a safe place for them.

With a view to take up women’s issues and problems, the cell aims at creating awareness of their rights and duties. It also provides a platform for women to share their experiences and views regarding their status in the society and to suggest ways to improve and empower themselves.

Aiming at intellectual and social upliftment of the female students, the cell stands for facilitating women’s empowerment through guest lectures, seminars, awareness programs and other welfare activities.

Committee Members are:

  • Mrs. Rajeshwari - Coordinator
    (Assistant Professor)
  • Mrs. Lakshmi M R – Member
    ( Assistant Professor)
  • Mrs. Inderakala – Member
    ( Assistant Professor)
  • Mrs. Nagalatha – Member
    ( Non-Teaching Staff)

Aug 2019

Creating awareness about the need for women’s education among the villagers of Mylappanahalli

Date - 04 Oct 2019

Udaan Women’s Forum in collaboration with the Community Oriented Cell of Dr. N.S.A.M. First Grade College organized a program on 04 Oct 2019 to create and build awareness about women’s education among the villagers of Mylappanahalli, North Bangalore.

Students met the villagers at their home and impressed upon them the need and importance for providing education to women. The main purpose of this study was to make sure that the villagersunderstood the importance of education, especially of women, and take steps to ensure that at least all the girls of the village attended schools. The II year B. Com students participated in the event and put great efforts to make it successful.

The visit made students understand that there is a large scope for women’s education in the villages and they were generally reluctant to provide education facilities to women. But, of late, there is a realization that this will not work in the future and at least the younger ones must get educated failing which there is little hope. They have understood that education is a great asset and are willing to spend time and money to obtain it.

Our students went around the village visiting the various families and impressing upon them that an educated woman passes on her knowledge to her children, thereby acting like a school, all by herself.

Aug 2019

Udaan Women’s Forum Contribution to flood Victims

Date - 18-08-2018

Due to heavy rains in Kerala, Kodagu, and Dakshina Kannada, more than 324 lives have been lost in rain-related incidents and many people lost their house and basic amenities.

KODAVA SAMAJA, Bangalore, requested people to contribute to the ongoing efforts to help the flood affected families.

The college sent across circular dated 17 Aug 2018 requesting all the students to contribute materials and also made an announcement during the morning assembly session in the college.

Udaan, the Women’s Forum,in association with the Community Oriented Cell, took theinitiative to collect relief materials like clothes, biscuits, bread, blankets, bathing and washing soap and medicines from the students and members of the faculty.

On 18 Aug 2018, the collected materials were sent through Smt. Inderakala to KODAVA SAMAJA, Bangalore, for the flood affected people who have been trapped-in due to torrential rains in Kodagu, Kerala and elsewhere.

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