Collegiate Womens Development Cell (CWDC)

Activities done by CWDC

CWDC unit in our institute is an active cell that works for the wholesome development of girl students. It conducts and organizes various activities and programs throughout the year keeping in mind various important issues like health and nutrition, safety and defense, development of their skills etc. Even the members of the CWDC committee are not lagging behind .They are also engaged in activities like spiritual development of youth, sports, culinary skills etc. We also counsel for the issues of girl students in areas like health, harassment, stress relief etc. Following is the list of the activities done during last three years:

Date Activity
01.08.15 to14.08.15 Participation in the events of the celebration of ‘Women Empowerment Fortnight’ in Gujarat University
20.08.2015 A lecture on the topic ‘Success formula’ by Mr.Sapan Shah
12.09. 2015 A program on ‘Self-defense and laws for girl’s safety’ by ACP  Pannaben Momaya from Mahila Police Station

‘Halla Bol’Program with the co-operation of ‘Wajra-o-Force’ Brigade

19.01.2016 Organised a ‘Medical and Eye-check up’ camp with the co-operation of Dr. Parul R. Shah and her team
27,01.2016 A lecture on the topic ‘Nutrition and Health’ by  Dr.Sneha Baxi
27.02.2016 Organised a wokshop on ‘Women Empowerment and Development of their vocational skills’
19.08.2016 Organised a program of ‘Surakshabandhan’ at Ellisbridge Police Station with the co-operation of ‘Wajra-o-Force’ Brigade
03.09.2016 Organised a ‘Tie and Dye’ Workshop with the co-operation of  ‘Aakar Foundation’
20.09.16 to 30.09.16   Conduction of ‘Sanskrutik Swadhyay Kasauti’ with the co-operation of Vivekanand Kendra, Ahmedabad branch
12.01.2017 Celebration of ‘Swami Vivekanand Jayanti’
08.03.2017 Celebration of ‘International Women’s Day’ with the co-operation of INTAS Pharma. Guest speaker was Dr. Kamini Patel. Topic of the speech was ‘Women Empowerment and Importance of their Healthcare Needs’

A fairly good number of participants were present in each activity. We look forward to plan such programs further in future for the benefit of girl students.