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Dr. J J Magdum Trust’s

Dr. J. J. Magdum Ayurved Medical College, Jaysingpur

Affiliated to Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) Nashik

Approved by National Commission for Indian System of Medicine (NCISM) & Ministry of Ayush
Institute ID: AISHE Code C-14023

Guest Lecture on Is Women Really Empowered? On the Occasion of International Women,s Day

Guest Lecture on Is Women Really Empowered? On the Occasion of International Women,s Day

Name of event: Guest Lecture on Is women are really empowered? On the occasion of International Women,s Day  under Azadi ka Amrut Mahotsav

Inauguration: Mrs. Vasundhara Kole, Interior Designer, Jaysingpur

Staff present for the event: All teaching Staff, Non-teaching staff, Hospital Staff                         

Students present: B.A.M.S Students from III to IV year

Date of the event: 08/03/2022                   Time: 3.00 pm- 4.00 pm  

Venue:  LCD, Dr J.J.Magdum Ayurved Medical College, Jaysingpur

Report on the programme

Dr J.J.Magdum Ayurved Medical College has organized various programmes under Azadi ka Amrut Mahotsav. There was a guest lecture of Mrs Vasundhara Kole, Social worker, Jaysingpur on the occasion of  International Women’s Day Celebration On 8/03/2022 at 3.00 pm.  Welcoming was done by Miss.Kiran Khaladkar , 3rd year student. After that, Dhanvantari Pujan and Stavan was done. Felicitation of Mrs Kole Madam was done by Dr Naykude. Introduction of chief guest – Mrs Kole Madam was given by Mrs Varsha Samarai. Then Kole Madam started a lecture on the topic Is really Women Empowered? She has spoken on Gender Equality, the safety of  Women, and the Basic rights of women. The lecture was very useful for students. Dr Budruk sir has delivered a speech as a remark on the occasion of Women’s Day. A vote of thanks was given by Dr Samarai. Teaching – non-teaching staff, hospital staff and III and IV-year students were present for the programme.