Women Development Cell

The main objective of the cell is to look into the grievances of the women, both staff members (teaching and non-teaching) as well as students and provide guidance and help to them.

The Prime Role of Women Development Cell (WDC) of the College is to deal with cases of sexual harassment and moreover, implementation of the Women policy, in general to promote the well being of female student, teaching and non-teaching women staff of the college.

 Aims of WDC:

  • To prevent sexual harassment and to promote general well-being of female students, teaching and non teaching women staff of the college.
  • To create social awareness about the problems of women and in particular regarding gender discrimination.
  • To create legal awareness on specific issues concerning girl students and women.
  • To provide career counselling.

Objectives of WDC:

  • Promotion, development and dissemination of knowledge regarding the role of girl students and women in the present social context.
  • To organize various types of training programmes and create awareness about self-employment schemes for the encouragement of self-reliance among girl students and women.
  • To encourage participation of NGOs working in the area of women’s development in the activities of the Cell.

Who Can Approach the Cell: 
Any employee including faculty, staff, contractual, temporary, casual and student can approach the Women Development Cell.

Members of the Women Development Cell :

Mrs Shital Nilesh Shah

Librarian, Associate Professor

Ms. Akshata Pawar

Assistant Professor

Ms. Sarita Jha

Assistant Professor

Ms. Roshni  HarijanStudent Representative
Mr. Krishna KhandeStudent Representative

Annual report 2021-22: Click here to view

Annual report 2020-21: Click here to view

Annual report 2019-20: Click here to view

Annual report 2018-19: Click here to view

Annual report 2017-18: Click here to view


WDC 13-14

WDC 14-15

WDC 16-17

WDC 2020-21

Annual Gender Sensitisation Plan 2020-21: Click here to view

Annual Gender Sensitisation Plan 2021-22: Click here to view

Facilities Provided for Women: Click here to view

17.1-Facilities-for-women-PDLC-website-upload : Click here to view

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