• To identify the activities that develops team spirit, critical thinking ability and collaterally inculcating social, moral and sacramental values among all the students.
• To organize health care sessions to bring health, hygiene and cleanliness consciousness among members.
• To disseminate knowledge about safety, rights and laws related to women to enhance their self-esteem and self- confidence.
Recent Activities "Women Cell"
Events (JAN-DEC 2020)
Women Cell , RDIAS, organized a Role Play Competition on the theme ´Women Achievers of Indiaµon 28th January, 2020. The activity was aimed to generate awareness about the journey of various Indian women who despite all the hardships were able to succeed in their lives. Students participated in the same with full zeal and enthusiasm.
Winners for the event were:
First Position: Mr Sahil Manocha, Mr Shubham Gupta, Mr. Manthan Gupta (BBA VI)
and Ms Rashmi Mahendru (BBA IV)
Second Position: Ms.Tanushree, Ms Muskaan Mittal, Mr Mayank Dureja and Mr
Shubham Baid (BBA II)
Third Position: Ms Sneha Garg, Mr Uday Sharma (MBA II), Mr Azhar (MBA-IV), Ms
Amulya Garg and Ms Anisha Gupta (BBA II)
Events (JAN-DEC 2019)
The objective of the Competition is to improve the student’s Creative Writing Skill. This competition is intended to help the students start to form their ideas for potential stories. It will be conducted for all students of RDIAS.
A Role play competition was organised on the topic of The Evolution of Public Engagement which aims to generate awareness among students about the social problems and the level of awareness that people have for these issues.
Awareness and health literacy are two sides of the same coin. Stigma and discrimination are negative consequences of ignorance and misinformation. The session was conducted by Ms. Shuchi Dikshit, a motivational trainer and psychological counselor.
A cooking competition for all the interested staff members of RDIAS was organized to promote team spirit amongst the employees
This activity is a research based competition on an initiatives of the Government of India for empowering women holistically by introducing many schemes for women welfare through Banking sector. It is an attempt to find out the gap between planning and actual implementation of women welfare schemes
8th March is internationally celebrated as the “International Women’s Day”. It is an important occasion for all of us to pause for a moment to reflect on ourselves, to appreciate how much has been done and what more needs to be done in the field of gender parity.
The objective of the lecture is to spread awareness & education amongst the students towards breast cancer and ways of reducing risk. Breast cancer is currently one of the most common cancers in women in India. Awareness is the key to early diagnosis & treatment which can save lives and families. The session comprises of two resource persons from Yes2life, a registered, not-for-profit organization working towards spreading awareness for breast cancer and supporting those affected by it.
The activity “Mini Newspaper of RDIAS: Creation, Presentation and Panel discussion” motivated the students to gather more information about RDIAS. The activity also enhanced their presentation and discussion skills which in turn will be helpful for final placement
Voting not only enables the citizens to vote for political parties, but it also helps them to realize the importance of citizenship. Keeping in mind the eternal significance of this process, RDIAS conducted ‘SVEEP 2019 programme’ through Literary Club and Women Cell for BBA and MBA students.
Ms.Devyani, Resource Person, gave us a brief idea of our rights both for men and women as both are suffers in todays era.
The idea of emancipation for women got into the women wind and gave strength to have grip on social economical, political, caste and gender-based discrimination; and stand for what women deserves in this world.
Mr. Lokesh and Ms. Parishi (I), Ms. Meenu (II), Mr. Sarthak Gaba and Mr. Yash Verma (III)
Paras Miittal, Tushar Garg (I), Sakshi Arya,Akansha Bhardwaj, Harshimran Kaur(II), Arjun Khatri, Aman Shakya, Aarjav Jain (III)
Dr. Vidhi Tyagi and team (I), Dr.Sunil Yadav and team (II), Ms. Abha and Team(III)
Priyanka Gangwar, Vasudha & Shweta Aggrawal(I), Paramjot, Bhawana, & Raunak Sood (II), Priya Aggarwal, Astha Bhardwaj & Nikita Aggarwal(III)
Mansi Goel (I),Ria Kochar(II), Shubham Singh (III)
Vaishali Bhatia(I), Gunjan Garg(II), Lakshay Arora(III)
Team "Women cell"
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