Women Empowerment Cell

Women Empowerment Cell

A Women Empowerment Cell (WEC) is an organization or committee that works towards empowering women and promoting gender equality. WEC was established to create a safe and supportive environment for women, and to address the challenges they face.Our college's Women Empowerment Cell was created to support female students and staff, improve their knowledge of issues affecting women in society, and prepare them to meet obstacles head-on. Women Empowerment Cell's mission is to advance women's social, economic, political, and legal empowerment, with an emphasis on decision-making. This cell gives them the impression that our college campus is a shelter and a second home to them. Through guest lectures, seminars, workshops, different awareness campaigns, and other welfare initiatives, the cell works tirelessly to improve their situation and ultimately empower them. Educating and inspiring young women to become productive members of society is essential for creating a more equitable and just society.

By providing opportunities for education, skill-building, and personal development, young women can gain the knowledge, confidence, and tools necessary to achieve their goals and make meaningful contributions to their communities. It is also important to emphasize the importance of diversity, inclusion, and equity in all aspects of education and society. By recognizing and addressing systemic barriers and biases, young women from all backgrounds can have equal access to education and opportunities for success.

Some of the activities and initiatives that a Women Empowerment Cell may undertake include:

  • Organizing workshops, seminars, and talks on topics such as gender equality, women's health, and women's rights.

  • Providing counseling and support services to women who have experienced discrimination, harassment, or violence.

  • Celebrating International Women's Day, Women's History Month, and other important events related to women's empowerment.

  • Conducting surveys and research on issues related to women in the organization, and using the data to inform policies and initiatives.

  • Creating networks and partnerships with other organizations and groups that share the same goals.


To educate, inspire, and prepare young women to become productive members of society.


  • Impart ethical value, positive self-esteem and confidence in the young women so that they can take the decision.

  • To uplift the girls socially and intellectually, the cell conducts various awareness campshealth, legal, entrepreneurship, defense techniques, etc in order to equip them with the right knowledge for a life of equality, empowerment, personal enhancement and professional success.

  • To provide a platform for girls and women to share their experiences and views regarding their status in the society and to suggest ways to improve and empower themselves.


 "Empower a Woman, Empower a Nation"


The primary objectives of a Women Empowerment Cell are:

  • To create awareness among women about their rights and the laws that protect them.

  • To provide support and guidance to women who face any kind of discrimination, harassment or violence, and to help them access the resources they need to address these issues.

  • To provide opportunities for women to enhance their knowledge, skills, and confidence through workshops, training programs, and other initiatives.

  • To promote gender equality and sensitivity among all members of the organization, and to challenge traditional gender roles and stereotypes.

  • To encourage women's participation in decision-making processes and leadership positions.


  • To promote a culture of respect and equality for female gender.

  • To organize awareness programs on gender sensitization.

  • To Arrange seminars that creates awareness on the economic, social, political, and legal rights of women.

  • To conduct seminars and workshop to impart knowledge of opportunities and tools available and train the women.

  • Organizing different activities to make women aware of their health, sports, self-defense etc.

  • Conducting various competitions to encourage their artistic talents.

  • Highlighting the importance of spirituality, health, hygiene and safety.

  • Women’s Day celebration.

Instructions to Girl students

  • Believe in yourself: Believe that you are capable of achieving your goals and don't let anyone tell you otherwise.

  • Speak up: Don't be afraid to express your opinions and ideas, and always speak up against injustice and discrimination.

  • Take initiative: Take charge of your own life and career, and don't wait for someone else to do it for you.

  • Build your skills and knowledge: Invest in your education and skills training, and never stop learning.

  • Network and collaborate: Build relationships with other women and supportive allies, and collaborate on projects and initiatives that promote gender equality.

  • Be confident: Build your confidence and self-esteem, and don't let anyone make you feel inferior or powerless.

  • Support other women: Be a supportive ally to other women and help them achieve their goals and aspirations.

  • Take care of yourself: Prioritize your own health and wellbeing, and seek support and help when needed.

  • Stand up against harassment and abuse: Never tolerate harassment, abuse, or gender-based violence, and seek help and support if you experience or witness such behaviour.

Members of Women Emmpowerment Cell

1 Prof. Divya V Chandran, ECE Coordinator
2 Prof. Rajalakshmy S, EEE Documentation Team
3 Prof. Cyldin P A, CE Documentation Team
4 Prof. Teena George, CSE Event Coordination Team
5 Dr. Lakshmi M Hari, EBE Event Coordination Team
6 Dr. Athira M, RA Event Coordination Team
7 Prof. Jaimy James, ECE Event Coordination Team
8 Prof. Manju M Mathew, MBA Publicity Team
9 Dr. Amrutha M Nair, CSE-AI Publicity Team

WEC Report 2023-2024

WEC Report 2022-2023

WEC Report 2021-2022