International Women’s Day 2023: Negative mindset towards women folk needs to be changed to bring equality in society: Students


International Women’s Day 2023

Negative mindset towards women folk needs to be changed to bring equality in society: Students

Bhat Imran

Srinagar, Mar 08 (KNO): On International Women’s Day 2023, students Wednesday said that people across the globe need to change their ‘negative mindset’ towards the women folk in order to bring equality in the society.

Speaking to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), one of the students of Government College for Women M A road Srinagar Khazeena Kundangar said, “We need to empower each other and only then we can help the under-marginalized female folks to grow with the rest of the world.”

She said, “Most important problem is that the women folk themselves don’t let each other grow.”

Speaking about some of the issues faced by the female folk, the 4th semester student Khazeena further said, “Some of the females, who after giving birth to their wards are being body-bullied, shamed, trolled and roasted for not maintaining themselves.”

She added that people need to change their negative mindset towards the female society. “They need support to be as equal as men.”

“If any of the mothers wants to take care of their health by joining a gym or any fitness centre they too are being bullied for doing it.” Khazeena said.

Meanwhile, another student of the college, Muskaan Nargis who had showcased frames of her poetry in the exhibition said, “Every year, our college is celebrating International Women’s Day and this year the college authorities initiated an exhibition for its students to showcase their talent.”

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Muskaan said that the motive to celebrate the International Women’s Day every year is to encourage the women folk.

“I believe that all men and women are equal and the people who have pessimistic thoughts and perception towards the women folk should change their mentality to bring positive reforms in the society,” she said.

Muskaan further said, “My message to every person would be that if any woman is struggling in any field should continue that because after every hardship there is progress.”

“There are a number of issues the women folk are still facing in this 21st century which needs to be redressed to bring equality,” she added.

Pertinently, Womens College M A Road Srinagar on Wednesday celebrated International Women’s Day 2023.

On the occasion, Director Colleges Jammu and Kashmir Dr Yasmeen Ashai and Vice Chancellor (VC) of University of Kashmir (KU) Prof Neelofar Khan were the guests of the event.

Prof Neelofar Khan delivered a special address on the occasion while Director Colleges, Dr Yasmeen Ashai delivered the keynote address.

Earlier, Principal of the host college, Prof Ruhi Jan Kanth welcomed the guests and highlighted the relevance of the day.

Other prominent personalities including Naseem Shafaie and Roma Wani also spoke on the occasion.

On the occasion, several activities were organised as part of the programme.

Several cultural skits by students including song and dance performances were also part of the event.

The guests and alumni of the college were felicitated in the concluding ceremony.

The day-long event was organised by the Women’s Study Centre of the college and was attended by students and faculty members of the college.

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Exhibition was also hosted by the college which was organized by an NGO Self-help group.

In the exhibition, handmade products, frames of the poetry of its students, calligraphy and other products were showcased—(KNO)

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