One Day Awareness Programme on Women's Health, Hygiene and Rights.


The event, 'Balance for Better' was organized by Women Development Cell, Charutar Vidyamandal in Collobration with G H Patel College of Engineering and Technology, GCET, Women Development Committee on 27th March, 2019 in Kamlaben Shankarbhai Patel Auditorium at GCET was a grand success. The program was organized with the objective to honor who has achieved something remarkable and can be an example for the present generation. After soothing and calming prayer, the inaugural function started with the introduction of dignitaries by Dr. Miral Patel, WDC coordinator, GCET. Then the lamp lighting was done by the dignitaries. Principal GCET, Dr. Himanshu Soni, joined with inputs pertaining to our trust, Charutar Vidya Mandal and their immense support extended to our institution, covering different facets of progress, followed by a brief Introduction and objectives of Women Development Cell-CVM by the President Dr. Ketki Sheth. Dr. Miral Patel, gave spanning details right from the inception at thought level to implementation on the day of execution regarding the programme. Presidential remarks were delivered by Er. Shree Bhikhubhai Patel, Honorable Chairman, Charutar Vidya Mandal. The chief Guest of the program Mrs. Mukta Dagli, recipient of The Padma Shri in 2019 by Government of India, Dr. Jeemol Unii , from Amrut Modi School of Management and Dr. Neha Patel from Mira Nursing Home were honored for their contribution towards society..

The program was immensely supported by Non Academic Forum coordinator Dr. Y. A. Patel and his WDC CVM team members. The vote of thanks was made by Vice President WDC CVM, Dr. Bhavana Chauhan. With the zeal and enthusiasm of all the student coordinators and participants, the day moved on with the Keynote speech of Dr. Jeemol Unii. Dr. Neha Patel shared her expertise on Breast Cancer. Dr. Rekha Singh, Principal, Law College, Anand shared her views on Women’s Law, Cyber Law, Safety, Security, Domestic Violence and many more Female related issues and their solutions. Last but not the least, Dr. Bhavana Chauhan, Principal Home Science College explained the need of nutrition for women and girls at various stages of life. Final year Girl students were honored by WDC, GCET. Throughout the day many events were organized for the students like Rangoli Competition, Poster Presentation. Around 360 students and faculty from various departments and nearby institutes participated in the programme. Overall it was an informative as well as motivational session for all the empowered ladies present over there.

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Department: Women's Development Cell