This club aims at creating socially empowered global citizens by offering a superior way of life to all while empowering women to be well rounded individuals.
Being an essential member of a community network that helps underprivileged sections of the society through sustainability, empathy and social justice. This one includes both aspects nature - Sustainability and society - empathy and social justice.
To empower the women of the SIBM –H to establish the uniqueness of a complete women for mental, physical and emotional well-being towards accomplishing their personal and social goals convincingly and enabling to ascertain the same to each and every women citizen of India.
Through the principle followed by the Symbiosis society of “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakkam” which means ‘The world is one family’:
To create an environment of gender justice where men and women work together with a sense of personal security and dignity.
To disseminate knowledge about rights and laws related to women.
To create a sense of responsibility among students and have healthy study and work culture at SIU Hyderabad.
To focus on two vital E’s regarding Women development - Education and Empowerment.
To counter the social evils together and thus promote a better healthy lifestyle among them
To make the world a better place to live and save the resources for the future generations.
Improve the living standards of poor by providing them education assistance, livelihood related assistance, relief and healthcare etc.
To create awareness among the poor about various education programs by Conducting various presentations.
The Women Development Cell of SIBM –H organized the celebrations with the support of Organizing Committee, Graffiti team and Literature Club. The event started off at 3:00 pm in the SIBM - H auditorium.
Dr.RK Jain presenting a Momento to Dr.Tejaswini Yarlagadda
The evening witnessed a huge turnout of students at the amphitheatre who had gathered to watch a joint cultural performance which was presented by SIBM and SLS. The first performance was given by SIBM dramatics club which focused on disparity against women and women emancipation. To add a tinge of humour to the proceedings, some students from SIBM took to stage and performed a mimicry of their class-mates which was appreciated by audience with lots of laughter and thunderous round applause. The last event for the evening was by SIBM which was a ramp walk with an ethnic theme.
Special food stalls offering street styled Chaat and other varieties were arranged which was very much appreciated by the students and spread cheer among them as they relished the delicacies. Gaming corners were also setup which included simple games which were enjoyed by all.