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Women Empowerment Cell

Professional Group of Institutions has established a Women Empowerment Cell in the college campus to empower girl students, to enhance understanding of issues related to women and to make the college campus a safe place for women students. With a view to take up women’s issues and problems, the cell aims at creating awareness of their rights and duties. It also provides a platform for women to share their experiences and views regarding their status in the society. Added to it suggestions for improvement and empowerment among themselves has been given.

The very need for women’s empowerment is to arise from the subordinate position. They have been treated for a long time in the same way. The empowerment has been felt as a tool to bring about the changes in their socioeconomic conditions.

Aiming at intellectual and social upliftments of the female students, the cell stands for facilitating women’s empowerment through guest lectures, seminars, awareness programmes and other welfare activities.

  • Identification of strong leadership, change makers and building their capacity.
  • To promote a culture of respect and equality for female gender.
  • To inculcate in the minds of rural people that all castes and all religions are equal and all are equal before the god.
  • The provision of opportunities and programs for female gender to be financially, mentally and emotionally empowered so as to promote their growth as individuals in their own right.
  • To involve NSS students of PGI to interact with rural and urban women who lack formal education and identify projects suitable for up gradation using technology.
  • To conduct seminar, workshop to impart knowledge of opportunities and tools available and train the women.
  • To help the self help group women to get financial support by identifying the sources.
  • To inculcate entrepreneurial attitude among young girls, scientists at the earliest so that they can be “job givers” rather than “job takers.
  • To facilitate the economic empowerment of women by meeting with various self help groups, NGO's and other government organizations.
Coordinator and Committee Members

Women Empowerment Cell, Professional Group of Institutions Comprises of the following members:

Mrs.S.Kalaivani, Assistant Professor/Physics - Coordinator

Mrs.A.Kalamani, Assistant Professor/MCA - Member

Ms.S.Geetharani, Assistant Professor/English - Member

Ms.S.K.Keerthika, Assistant Professor/MBA - Member

Mrs.S.Ajitha Ben, Secretary to Director/Admin - Member

Apart from these members, one lady faculty member of every department has been nominated as the department representative of the Women Empowerment Cell.

Department Representatives

Ms.S.Abarna, Assistant Professor/CIVIL

Ms.U.Akila Devi, Assistant Professor/CSE

Mrs.A.Indumathi, Assistant Professor/EEE

Mrs.V.Tamizhselvi, Assistant Professor/ECE

Ms.M.Uma Nandhini, Assistant Professor/MECH

Ms.K.S.Kohila, Assistant Professor/Chemistry

Help Desk

Mr.B.S.Vinod Krishnan, Chief Security Officer

Student Committee Members

Mrs.V.Hemavathi, III MCA

Ms.S.Gokilavani, IV CSE

Ms.K.R.Geetha, IV CSE

Ms.N.Shobana, III ECE

Ms.G.Ponlakshmi, II CSE

Ms.S.Vinodhini, I ECE

General Instruction for Students
  • Anyone who perceives unwelcome advance should report such actions to the committee.
  • Sexual assault is an offence and viable for criminal proceedings.
  • Refrain using short cuts to reach places especially at nights.
  • Harassment may be defined as a wide range of behavior that are offensive and can cause extreme mental anguish and frustration. It is a repetitive action and is intentional. Harassment is not gender specific.
  • Sexual harassment refers to persistent and unwanted sexual advances from the opposite sex fellow student or teacher.
  • Every victim will be provided with a mechanism for redressal of complaint.
  • Misconduct is a legal term which can be sexual misconduct and official misconduct.
  • Misconduct can be in language or actions such as ragging, bullying, using bad language etc.
  • Misconduct is unacceptable at all times. Sexual misconduct could be between teacher andstudent, staff and student or student and student. Sexual misconduct is unethical and deserves preventive action.
  • The following dress code for students is desirable: For girls, body fit clothing, transparent or revealing outfits should be avoided; Salwar kameez with duppatta, jeans with kurtis and stole is advisable. Torn, faded jeans and T shirts are also not allowed.

We have been proposed to organize awareness programs on gender sensitization and we have also plan to conduct street plays, role plays, etc.