Welcome to the Women Cell of the Christ college of Engineering, where young women are well groomed and motivated to face all the challenges of life with their head held high. The Cell follows a strategy that involves the personality development of women in divergent fields.
The Women Cell aims at empowering and orienting women to recognize their true potential and to help them attain their own stand in a competing world. The goal is to provide a platform to young women to voice their thoughts and opinions and to share their experiences. It also aims at providing personal guidance, legal awareness on specific issues concerning women.
The activities of the cell include among other things, like engaging students in promoting awareness relating to women in the present social context, information on legal rights policies and counselling support. It also seeks to empower young women to attain emotional, physical and mental freedom to withstand the changing phases throughout their life. The cell functions to enhance self-esteem of young women and empower them in taking pertinent decisions.
In honour of International Women's day, Women’s cell of Christ College of Engineering, Irinjalakuda organized a panel discussion on ‘Women in Research’ on 8th of March,
2021. The event was inaugurated by Rev. Fr. John Paliakkara, Executive Director, Christ College of Engineering.
Panellists included faculty members of various departments who are researchers.
Dr. Remya K. Sasi (HOD, Computer Science Engineering Department), Dr. Krishnapriya M.G (HOD, Civil Engineering Department), Dr. Sreedevi A. (Associate Professor, BS&H department), Ms. Needhu Varghese (HOD, Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department) and Ms. Nandini J. Warrier (Assistant Professor, Computer Science Engineering Department) occupied the role of panellists.
The discussion was moderated by Ms. Raisa Varghese (Assistant Professor, Computer Science Engineering Department).
With an aim to explore their journey of research, panellists were asked to share their experiences and render career advice for women in research. The session could outline the progress that has been made by women in research fields, a few key insights and the future scope.