Seshadripuram Academy of Business Studies
Kengeri Satellite Town, Bengaluru
Permanently Affiliated to Bangalore University
"That country and that nation which doesn't respect women will never become great now nor will ever in future and in pursuit of making India a great Nation, let us work towards giving women their much deserved status."
- Swami Vivekananda
Swavalambini and Nirbhaya are the two domiciles of our college to the girl students and proclaim their independence. These cells endeavor to intensify their confidence, creativity and competent to face the challenges in the society. It imparts the value and knowledge based education and training to empower girl students to lead a valuable and independent life. In this view, various activities and programmes are organized in the areas of health and hygiene, safety and security, social responsibility, social awareness, rights and Law awareness, skill based classes, workshops, insurance awareness, rally condemning the social evil and various competitions are organized which accelerates the students to think and build their confidence to start their own small enterprise and to be innovative and courageous to scale heights in their lives.
To make the cell a unique platform for women to create, contribute, be confident and competent to face the challenges and assert the importance of their role in the society.
The Women Empowerment Cell shall strive for the betterment of women and empowering them through education and training for their professional and personal development.
Goal-Aims and Objectives:
Women Empowerment Cell Committee
The cell aims at creating awareness about human rights among the faculties, staffs and students. It also aims at personality development of individual and to lead a decent and dignified life without infringing the rights of others.
According to United Nations Human Rights are rights inherent to all human beings, regardless of race, sex, nationality, ethnicity, language, religion, or any other status. Human rights include the right to life and liberty, freedom from slavery and torture, freedom of opinion and expression, the right to work and education, and many more. Everyone is entitled to these rights, without discrimination. Keeping these guidelines in the forefront, St Anne’s First Grade College for Women formed the Human Rights Cell to raise awareness among students about the concept of Human Rights and the importance of it in today’s society.
Human Right Cell