Women's Cell


Women's Cell - Functions and Composition

Bhavya Women’s Cell
The College has established a Women Cell in the college campus for the women faculty, staff and girl students, to enhance understanding of issues related to women and to make the college campus a safe place for them. With an aim of creating awareness of their rights and duties the cell organizes and participates in seminars, talks and also takes up women’s issues and problems. 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 programmes life skill training programmes, entrepreneur training and other welfare activities.

     Objectives These are to serve the Women faculty and students of college.
    To enhance the self-esteem and self-confidence of women students, faculty and staff in the college.
    To promote intellectual and cultural activities for overall personality development of student.
    To develop critical thinking ability of women students such that it enhances decision-making   ability.
    To enable women to make informed choices in areas like education, employment and health especially reproductive health.
    To enhance their participation on an equal footing in all areas

    The coordinator of this club is Dr. P Naga Padma - Department of Micro Biology and the members are
    Mrs. Manjula - Department of Electronics & Physics
    Dr. Maduri Srinivas Department of Management Studies
    Dr. V Venu Madhav Department of Management Studies
    Mrs. Parveen Khan Department of Commerce
    Mrs. Ajitha Department of Commerce
    Mrs Jaya Lakshmi Department of Computer Science
    Ms.Ankitha Department of Commerce
    Mrs. Divya Rekha Department of Computer Science

    Activities 2017-2018

    Orange Day Activity From 30th November to 4th December

    Orange day celebrations were conducted from 25thNovember to 7th December to exemplify the respect and love towards women. The programme also involved diversified activities on these days to to spread the awareness of women empowerment, their roles and achievements. Students recited poems and sang songs in different languages in the assembly to inspire all students.

     On 30th November- Sanskrit  sloka was recited  by  Sabha Anjum from B.Sc MPCS 1b.

    On 1st  December -Hindi slokas were recited   by Kumari Neelam and Manisha Pandey of  B.Sc life science 2nd year. A song on mother was sung by Sairam of B.Com 3h.

    On 4th  November -Telugu poems were recited by  Laxmi Lavanya and  Sahithi of B.Sc 2nd year.

    On 5th November English song was sung by Chirag of  BA 3rd year.


    Orange Day Rally 29th November 2017

    On 29th November as part of orange day celebrations, Bhavya the women’s cell has taken initiative to motivate school children from class 8th to 12th(500 students). An awareness programme about atrocities on women was conducted at Bhavan’s Sri Rama Krishna Vidhyalaya. The programme  started with an enthusiastic and captivating speech on women harassment issues by Adnan and  Shivam of B,Com 2h1 which gathered the attention of school children.The school principal, and other faculty  members  appreciated  the efforts of the students. School students  indicated their support for the cause of Orange day by  purchasing the orange ribbons in huge number. On the same day college students conducted a rally, where more than 200 students from various classes joined the rally and made it successful. The rally was flagged of by the principal Prof. Y. Ashok. It   started from college campus to Vayupuri, Bharani colony, Neredmet X roads and ended back in the college. Both girls and boys  energetically  participated in the rally by shouting slogans.


    Orange Day activity 28th November 2017

    On  28th Nov 2017 the students of BVC  reached out to our sister institution Shri Aurobindo Junior College to convey the Orange Day message . Mr. Adnan of B.Com II gave a strong message on fighting against atrocities on women. He ignited the young minds and encouraged them to join for the cause. The Principal, staff and students of Shri Aurobindo participated in the program with great  fervor and also contributed  by purchasing the Orange bands. Mrs. Ajitha , Ms.Ankita Nagra.  Dr. Madhuri Srinivasan and Mrs.Manjula  accompanied the students in the endeavor.


    International day against Atrocities on women

    On the 25th of Nov which actually is  earmarked for being observed as the international day against Atrocities on women.The male students enthusiastically contributed for a cause . The students purchased the orange bands as mark of their participation in the movement. The volunteers went around the campus and  encouraged the students to raise their voices against injustice. The Principal and the faculty were joyous and also contributed to the cause.



    Orange Day Rally on 22nd November 2017

    BHAVYA , The Women's Cell of the college is observing ORANGE DAY , Which is observed World wide to fight against the atrocities against women. The male students of the college gave it a thunderous start by organising a Rally .  The rally was flagged off by the principal, Prof. Y Ashok.The boys participated in large numbers and raised slogans. The spirited students started the rally on the premises and  moved through the streets of defence colony arround the campus. This gesture of the boys was proudly acknowledged and applauded by the women students and staff. A series of events have been lined up over the next few days



    Schedule for Orange Day


    Mehendi Mela

    Bhavya the Women cell organized Mehendi Mela event in the college on 6th July 2017. Mehendi is one such trade which helps one to prep up oneself and to involve more in ones  traditional culture. Around 70 students from all the streams and more than 30 faculty members participated in the event and applied beautiful and attractive Mehendi, Tattoo's  on their hands.


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