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Nutan holds seminar on missing girls

india Updated: Feb 10, 2007 13:18 IST

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SAROJINI NAIDU Government Girls’ PG College Mahila Adhyana Kendra organised a seminar on the topic ‘ Vilupt hoti balikayein’ (Missing Girls) on February 7 and 8 on the college premises.

Almost all students of the college attended the seminar and attendance was compulsory for PG students. The alarming rate of female foeticide in an educated people was the main focus of the seminar. Experts from Mumbai and Bhopal among other cities delivered lectures and interacted with students.

The college had recently organised a poster competition in several schools in the City including Sarojini School, Subhash School of Excellence and Kendriya Vidyalaya No 2 and prizes for this competition were distributed at this event.

 
Nutan College Mahila Adhyana Kendra members also recently visited tribal areas in and around Betul and Mandla where they interacted directly with Gonds, Bhils and Korku tribals.

They met women at anganwadis and held programmes to increase awareness about women and child healthcare and they also explained the importance of breast-feeding to tribal women. About 30 students and two research associates accompanied the faculty.

They concluded that the tribals of these remote villages were not able to reach urban areas due to geographical barriers like hills and hence many of them did not have any idea of facilities in urban areas, according to research associate Asha Sarkar who visited these villages. The members also taught villagers how to generate income from soyabean products.

Saifia students’ union holds annual day
SAIFIA COLLEGE students’ union held annual day in their Ahmedabad Palace campus on February 3. Saifia Education Society secretary Zainuddin Shah was the chief guest on the occasion.

About 200 students participated in several competitions including group and solo song, group and solo dance, debate, quiz and sports events including hockey. Prizes for events were distributed on the same day.

IEHE holds Traditional Day
INSTITUTE FOR Excellence in Higher Education (IEHE) held Traditional Day under the title ‘Mela evam paramparaein’ on January 25.

All students of the institute were attired in traditional attire. IEHE Director Dr Pramila Maini, teaching and non-teaching faculty and a number of students all walked the ramp.
 
The award for the best celebrity of the day went to B Com Management (Honours) final year student Kopal Joshi and Political Science (Hons) final year student Kanchan Kalra.

Among the boys, the same award went to Economics (Hons) second year student Jyotindra Dubey. The award for the best dressed teacher in the women’s category went to faculty (English) Dr Kanta Mulchandani, while faculty (commerce) Prof Smita Dubey received the second position in this category.

The awards for the best dressed teachers in the men’s category went to faculty (commerce) Dr S S Vijayvargiya and faculty (Hindi) Dr Anand Vardhan Sharma.

Special guest from Academy of Administration Dr Kumudini Sharma declared special prizes for faculty (commerce) Sushmita Dey, faculty (psychology) Dr Ratna Sharma, faculty (history) Dr Manisha Sharma  and hostel manager Archana Yadav for conducting the event in an organised manner. Games and foodstalls in the institute campus also attracted visitors.
Compiled by Arpita Mitra

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