THEME :    Significance of Gender Equity

Participants :-students from  4 th ug BBA  students

Date12 /08//2020

Time :11.30pm-12.30pm

Presidential Address Dr.Joy K L

Principal St Thomas ‘College  (Autonomous) Thrissur

Chief Guest   Dr Sreelatha A Nair

Personality development Trainer

Prathyasa Institute Thrissur

Chief Guest   Dr Sreelatha A Nair Personality development Trainer Prathyasa Institute Thrissur was the resource person. .Smt. Alice Pauly HOD of the department presided the webinar ,  Dr Vimala K John Gender programme coordinator and assistant professor in zoology welcomed the gathering ,39 students participated in the webinar AND Prof Lijo Jose proposed vote thanks .



Gender equality prevents violence against women and girls. It’s essential for economic prosperity. Societies that value women and men as equal are safer and healthier. Gender equality is a human right.

Equality is about ensuring that every individual has an equal opportunity to make the most of their lives and talents. It is also the belief that no one should have poorer life chances because of the way they were born, where they come from, what they believe, or whether they have a disability.

In order to create an open classroom environment, it is essential to avoid stereotyping. Schools generally affect gender differentiation via 2 primary sources: teachers and peers. Teachers and peers directly influence gender differentiation by providing boys and girls with different learning opportunities and feedback.

Productivity – people who are treated fairly and have equal opportunity are better able to contribute socially and economically to the community, and to enhance growth and prosperity. Confidence – an equal and fair society is likely to be safer by reducing entrenched social and economic disadvantage.


Gender awareness raising plays an important role in informing women and men about gender equality, the benefits of a more gender-equal society and the consequences of gender inequality. … Gender awareness raising intends to change attitudes, behaviours and beliefs that reinforce inequalities between women and men.









Published On: August 12th, 2020Categories: Gender Champion Programme

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