Al-Ameen Institute of Management Studies along with Al-Ameen College of Education joined the global celebrations of International Women’s Day to honour, recognize and celebrate the women and girls who are championing throughout from being home makers to having pinnacled the latest advancement of transformative technology and digital education. The observance explores the impact women have in narrowing the gender gap and heading to do away with economical & social inequalities. It also spotlights the importance of protecting the rights of women and girls.
A number of cultural activities & games marked this year’s International Women’s Day on 8th March 2023. Our students took part with great fervor, Arfath Khan, MBA student, recited the Qirath, Heba Sania, MBA student, welcomed the gathering, Mohammed Fahim, MBA student, spoke about the history of Women’s Day. Dr. B. A. Anuradha, Principal, Al-Ameen Institute of Management Studies addressed the students on the importance of women and their role in making life a haven of joy, delight & blissfulness. Her awe-inspiring speech lit up the atmosphere into a gala jamboree that will linger on our senses & memories forever. Dr. H. R Sudha, Principal, Al-Ameen College of Education said that women have assumed a new global dimension and we need to build support for women's rights and for equal participation in the political and economic arenas in order to create milestone & memorable moments. She also thanked all the men, be it father, brother, husband or son for offering support in every possible way for furthering the cause of women empowerment.
The Highlight of the day was a “Fashion Parade”, depicting the various roles assumed by women and a “Balloon Parade”, as a symbol of bursting all the myths faced by women around the world such as : Women can’t lift weights; Women can’t be self reliant; Women need makeup to look Good; Women can’t make their own choices; Woman’s self respect is determined by the clothes she wears; Women can’t be behind the camera; Women are too emotional means too weak; Women are bad at negotiating; Women have no time to meet leadership obligations; Women lack the confidence to lead; Women aren’t made to be entrepreneurs; Women are not ambitious; Women are risk averse and want only safe jobs; Motherhood supercedes everything and Women executives don’t support other women.
The event ended with vote of thanks by Mohammad Osaman Gani, MBA student.