International Women’s Day celebrated every year is a significance of women’s achievements and call to action for accelerating gender equality.
Pillai HOC College of Engineering and Technology, Rasayani
To grace womanhood, Pillai HOC College of Engineering and Technology celebrated International Women’s Day on 7th March, 2020, Architecture Seminar Hall. The celebration was a great initiative by the institute to bestow love, respect and affection on the entire female faculty.
The program began with an exuberant participation of all the faculty. The morning session commenced with an expert talk by Ms. Nasreen, Skill Development Department on ‘How to Be Presentable’. She shared some of her beauty expertise and tips to maintain healthy lifestyle for glowing skins. She emphasized on regular skin care regime for young and youthful glow.
The session witnessed some of the great Motivational and Elocution speeches. Female Participants presented powerful speeches on ‘Women Empowerment’ and Gender Equality’.
The afternoon session was fun-filled ‘talent hunt’ session that was packed with different buoyant games and activities. The faculty participation in Lemon and Spoon, musical chair and many other vivacious activities that raised zeal and amusement in the environment. All the participants enjoyed the event with a smile and great joy. At the end of this session, winners were appreciated with a token of love in form of chocolates and prizes.
Principal, Dr. Madhumita Chatterjee mesmerized the audience with her lovely song dedicated to womanhood. The session was gratifying with competitions like poem recitation and ramp walk that was enjoyed by all the female faculty members.
The event came to an end by a short speech by two ebullient principals Dr. Lata Menon and Dr. Madhumita Chatterjee. Dr. Lata Menon, Principal, PHCASC presented her thoughts on women empowerment and safety. Dr. Madhumita Chatterjee encouraged all the female faculty to believe in themselves and also motivated them to invest in physical fitness and health.
Both the principals strived to empower all female faculty and dotingly made them feel cared and valued.