Alliance Centre for Women Empowerment came into existence on February 11, 2013 The Alliance Centre for Women Empowerment at the University aims to provide support from “Women to Women”, to create a society with “Gender Equality” through entrepreneurship and livelihood and also hold other capacity building initiatives that further social activism and the rights of women.
The Centre aims at engaging communities of women by partnering several initiatives championed in the social sector by non-government organizations.
Address gender sensitivity issues through awareness programs
Provide guidelines and handle grievances of women employees/students against sexual harassment at the workplace/campus
Initiate safety measures for women inside the campus
Collaborate with NGO’s and other organization
Counseling for women
Hold capacity building programs for women entrepreneurs/self-help groups/livelihood
To boost the confidence level, develop communication, coping skills and sensitization the Alliance Centre for Women Empowerment conducted various competitions for students throughout the academic session 2015 – 16. This was apart from the gender sensitization and safety training program for students.
The students showed interest, extended their support and participated in good numbers with great zeal and enthusiasm in various activities. The participating students were given Participation Certificates and Merit Certificates were given to all the winners.
The details are mentioned below-
Topic: "Together we stand to end violence against women"
Topic: "Women make better entrepreneur than man"
Minimum two teams (For & Against) from each college -Alliance School of Business, Alliance College of Engineering & Design, Alliance School of Law, Alliance Ascent College.
Combination of pieces of diverse materials and media.
Theme: "Based on Women"
- All entries were in English and were original
- The competition was open to all the streams
- Entries had to directly or indirectly reflect the theme of the competition
It was open to all irrespective of gender, student, faculty and staff. Kites of different colors and shapes soared high during the competition. It was a healthy competition which helped the participants to reach their potential and perform their best.