Mangaluru: On the occasion of the International Women’s day celebrations, the Women’s forum, Personality development Cell for women and the NSS unit of, Crossland College, Brahmavar felicitated two women achievers.Mrs.Lali Abraham Mathew, Vice Principal of Little Rock Indian School and Adv.Yashashwini Ameen B., alumna and Civil court Judge and Magistrate designate were the achievers felicitated.
Prof.Samuel K.Samuel, Principal in his introductory remarks said “the international Women’s Day is celebrated on March 8th every year to felicitate the women achievers as well as to act as a catalyst for change when it comes to gender equality. The recent development of the emergence of Me too movement of sharing openly stories of sexual harassment is in the right direction and women are showing the courage to openly share their harassment stories.”.Mrs.Lali Abraham Mathew is the back bone of LRIS for the last thirty five years, who prefer to work behind the curtain with a gentle smile and her real achievement is that she is a wonderful wife, loving mother of thousands of children who have passed out of the school and caring daughter for not her parents but for her teachers too. Adv.Yashashwi Ameen, who is an alumna of the college is a multi-faceted personality and excelled in different fields like bhatara natyam, yakshagana,karate and public speaking. She continues her relationship with the College even now. Her hard work and determination led to her success, the Principal noted.
Mrs.Lali Abraham Mathew in her speech thanked the Crossland College for honoring her and challenged the students to find out their strength, build on and achieve success through hard work. Adv.Yashashwini Ameen recalled how the College transformed her life and inspired her to achieve her dream. Even after leaving the College my Crossland Lecturers helped me in preparing for the competitive examinations, she said and thanked everyone responsible for her success.Ms.Akksa K, Scaria compered the programme.Ms.Sowjanya Raju Poojary welcomed the gathering and Ms. Rebecca Joyline Mathias proposed the vote of thanks.Prof.Elizabeth Roy, Vice Principal and Mrs.Stinny K.P., lecturer in charge were present on the occasion.
Brahmavar based Crossland College felicitated two women achievers in connection with the International Women’s day.Mrs.Latha A, alumna and foundress, Bhuvana Jyothi Residential School,Shirthady and Ms.Sara Sharol Reshma Amanna, a differently abled final year student who excels in academics and active participant in all programmes of the college were felicitated on the occasion.
Ms.Latha while addressing the students stressed on the need to empower women and encouraged the girls to come forward and take initiative in different aspects of life. Women are not meant to sit at home after marriage, try to build a career for yourself,she said. She thanked the college for making her what she is today.
Principal Prof.Samuel K.Samuel reminded the students to understand the significance of celebrating the International women’s day. Throwing light on the theme of this year ‘Each for equal’, he challenged the students to create a gender equal world. Without worrying much about the gender try to be a good human being. There is a huge opportunity in this area and very little competition, he added.
Mrs.Smitha Maipady, Lecturer in charge initiated the felicitation programme. Prof Elizabeth Roy, Vice Principal was present on the occasion. Ms.Salwa welcomed the gathering and Ms.Surabhi Shetty proposed the vote of thanks.Ms.Archana Nairy compered the programme
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