Women’s Forum

The Women’s Forum of the College has a total membership of 75 students. The forum had conducted a series of relevant activities for the members, spread over the academic year 2017-18.

Orientation for Girl Students

A orientation programme – Girl Student Issues – was organized by the college Women’s Forum on June 22, 2017 for the first year girl students in the college auditorium. Mrs.Vidyalatha and Mrs.Amitha, the faculty members of Kannada department guided the students on various gender issues. Apart from it, they have touched upon the functioning of various clubs and associations, rules and regulations of the college and others.

Spandana Release Function

The College Annual Magazine Spandana was released by Prof Susheela R Rai, the college principal on July 18, 2017. Chief Editor Mrs.RohiniBhat, spoke on the efforts made by the editorial team in shaping its contents while making her introductory remarks. In the function the sub-editors – Mrs.Vidyalatha, Mr.DamodharShettigar, Mr. Jude Alfred Furtado, Mr. Daniel Montero and Mr. Prakash Nayak were present. Vice Principal Prof. Sreepada M and Major Balakrishna Shetty have graced the occasion. Student members of Literary Club and Women’s Forum attended the function in large number.

Awareness on Student Counselling
Awareness on Personal Counselling was organized on July 20, 2017 for first year girl students by Women’s Forum of the College. Mrs. Soumya, Counseller, Dr. A V Baliga Memorial Hospital, Udupi was the resource person. Prof. Susheela R Rai preside over the function. Faculty members: Mrs. Amitha and Mrs. Prameela were present during the session.

A lecture on ‘Life Values’ was organized by College Women’s Forum on August 17, 2017 in the college auditorium. Dr. Sukanya Mary, Principal, Poorna Prajna Evening College, Udupi was the resource person. Conveners of the forum Mrs. Rohini Bhat, Mrs. Amita Prakash, Ms. Jyothi and members present.

Dr. Rajalaxmi, Gynecologist, Vatsalya Clinic, Santhekatte, Kallianpura, addressed the gathering of all first year girl students and second year women’s forum student on August 23, 2017. She spoke on ‘Diet, Health and Hygiene’ and clarified the doubts and individual specific problems.

A Survey on Working Women around Brahmavar
Women’s Forum of the College conducted a small survey on “Working Women and Socio-Economic Impact on Family Life” covering a small sample population of 148 working women residing in and around Brahmavar. A total of 74 members participated in this sample survey by interviewing two working women each. The interviewers, have developed a report on the status of women covering different facets of family life.