WC

Women’s Cell

Details of Members

 

Serial No.NameEmail AddressPhone Number
Ms. Debanjana Chakravarti (Coordinator)Debanjana.chakravarti@thebges.edu.in9339200542
Ms. Atreyee GangulyAtreyee.ganguly@thebges.edu.in9433896654
Dr. Sampa Sinha /basuSampa.sinhabasu@thbges.edu.in9830890319
Dr. Souraja TagoreSouraja.tagore@thebges.edu.in9831156056
Ms. Shreya Bhattacharya (Joint Coordinator)Shreya.bhattacharya@thebges.edu.in8820739764
      6.Ms.Gargi Guha NiyogiGargi.guhaniyogi@thebges.edu.in9007221566
      7.Ms. Vidisha RoyVidisha.roy@thebges.edu.in9748487669

OBJECTIVES OF THE WOMEN’S CELL, THE BHAWANIPUR EDUCATION SOCIETY COLLEGE

  1. The primary objective of the Women’s Cell is to assert the importance of creating social awareness about the problems of women and to shed light on gender discrimination by focussing on the significance of social, racial and economic equality.
  2. The second objective of the cell is to propound the importance of health and hygiene, not just restricted to the physical body but also mental, spiritual and psychological well-being. The cell encourages students to voice their thoughts and share their experiences. It works towards providing a comfortable, nurturing and supportive environment where students can talk about their anxieties, problems, difficulties and fears and find solutions.
  3. The cell also organises seminars, webinars, workshops and campaigns relating to overall personality development of women, which would strengthen their status at home and outside and help them find their true potential. The goal is to help women in recognising skills and talents that would enable them to attain their own place in a competitive world.
  4. Another aim is to provide a platform to young women for discussions and deliberations on a wide range of issues, from empowerment, health awareness and community living to decision-making, stress management, mental and physical challenges. This would enhance their confidence and self-esteem, making them more self-reliant and capable of making pertinent decisions in their own lives.
  5. The cell aims to train and spread awareness amongst students, as well as women outside the campus, about their rights as citizens of the country as well as impart adequate knowledge about the procedures and prosecutions of acts of discrimination and consequences of sexual harassment.

Achievements of the cell during the period July19-June 2020

During this period the cell successfully organised the following programmes.

 

National seminar 

Dated: 13.8.2019

Venue: College auditorium

Title: Still I Rise: Women Empowerment in a patriarchal society.

Speakers: Ms Sparshita Garg, first class judicial magistrate, Assam Judicial Services, Sonitpur, Tezpur

 Ms Sushmita Basu, counsellor, Family Counselling Centre

ELMHIRST Institute of Community Studies, Santiniketan

Chaired by Dr Sharmila Rau Kumam , presiding officer, ICC, Loreto College

 Dr Indrakshi Ghosh, department of economics, Behala College

 

Social outreach programme

Dated: 14.3.20

Venue: Shanti Rani Home, Bansdroni, Kolkata

The students of the sociology department staged a play for the residents. There was a career show and an interactive session between students and residents. A quiz competition and song and dance performances were also put up by the residents of the home.

Faculty members from the Women’s Cell and the Department of Sociology were also present.

 

Digital Talk

Date: 10.6.2020

Venue: Online

Topic: No Lockdown on Domestic Violence During the Covid Pandemic

Speaker: Dr Sohini Banerjee

Participants: Faculty and students from The Bhawanipur Education Society College and other colleges and universities across the country.

 

 Future plans of the women’s cell

  • To conduct workshops for awareness amongst women on how to fight sexual harassment at the workplace.
  • To conduct social outreach programmes in collaboration with Ramakrishna Sarada Mission.
  • To organise workshops for self-defence amongst the students of the college to equip them for any eventuality.
  • To work in a sustained manner with the women of North and South 24 Parganas on self-help with a tie-up with NGOs.

 

No. of meetings held:  6.8.2019  , 2.03.20,   19.05 ( GOOGLE MEET) , Whattsapp Women’s Cell Group since 28.05 till 9.05.20.

Minutes maintained.

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