Shoolini University of Biotechnology and Management Sciences launches Women Grievance Cell
Shoolini University of Biotechnology and Management Sciences launched a Women Grievance cell in the university to address the issues of women workers, staff and students working in the university. The cell was launched as a mark of respect towards the ever growing women force and changing social environment. This cell is not only going to cater to the female staff members, female faculty members and female students but shall also render necessary help for the counseling and settling issues of the women from nearby areas as well in pursuit of fulfilling its social responsibility.
The formal launch was done on the occasion of a function being organized at Shoolini University of Biotechnology and Management Sciences
to mark the occasion of Women’s day in the campus. The function also included cultural program, songs, dance, ramp walk, antakshri events by the female faculty members as well as the students.
IAS officer and Secretary Departmental enquiries Mrs. Purnima Chauhan graced the occasion as the cief guest and was present along with the other dignitaries that included Professor P.K.Khosla, Vice Chancellor Shoolini University of Biotechnology and Management Sciences, Mrs. Saroj Khosla, President Foundation of Life Sciences and Business Management, Professor Atul Khosla, Pro-Vice Chancellor Shoolini University of Biotechnology and Management Sciences and other faculty members.
Speaking on the occasion Mrs. Purnima Chauhan said that women have to take the decisions on their own if the need to make changes in their life and the environment around them. She said that the gender bais is still there in our country and is still a pressing issue.
Dr. P.K. Khosla, Vice Chancellor Shoolini University of Biotechnology and Management Sciences further exhorted that the women today is everywhere in front in all spheres of life and she is the one who is going to take the entire nation ahead on her shoulders. He said that women are no less than their counterparts in any respect are equally important and responsible for the overall development of the country.