Women Empowerment & Grievances Cell

The College has established a Women Empowerment & Grievances Cell in the college campus and cell is active since 2014 to empower girl students, to enhance understanding of issues related to women and to make the college campus a safe place for girl students. With a view to taking up women’s issues and problems, the cell aims at creating awareness of their rights and responsibilities. It also provides a platform for women to share their experiences and views regarding their status in the society and to suggest ways to improve and empower themselves.

Aiming at intellectual and social upliftment of the female students, the cell stands for facilitating women empowerment through guest lectures, seminars, awareness programmes and other welfare activities.

Women achievers from various fields are invited to share their experiences with students interact with them, give valuable tips which might motivate them, make them dream big and work towards realizing their dreams and to provide a safe environment for girl students and women employees.

The responsibilities of the Women Empowerment & Grievances Cell is to follow the Mandatory Guide lines and directions of the JNTU KAKINADA regarding the security arrangements for Girl Students and Women staff of our Institution.


To promote a culture of respect and equality for female gender.
To conduct seminars, workshops to make them aware of opportunities and tools available and train the women.
To create a conducive counselling environment for female gender to share their problems.
To motivate and inspire girl students in their pursuit for excellence.
To educate girl students on women specific health issues and measures to be taken.
To make girl students realize their strengths and be empowered.


Evolve all possible strategies for empowering women in technological and socio cultural aspects in a holistic way towards the betterment of the society.


The Women Empowerment & Grievances Cell shall strive to organise guest lectures, seminars, awareness programmes and other welfare activities to empower women.

Roles and responsibilities of WE & GC faculty Coordinators:

1. To periodically organize guest lectures in different areas such as health, legal, career and social aspects.
2. To monitor and counsel girl students of their department, in the case of requirement.
3. To advise and support any girl student, if faced by any gender specific problem.
4. To conduct competitions such as presentations, elocution, essay writing and painting to encourage girl students to express their ideas.
5. Above all, to ensure a secure and progressive learning environment for the girl students.

Roles and responsibilities of Student Representatives:

They should be willing:

1. To spread the objectives of WEC among the girl students.
2. To participate actively in the events and competitions organized by the cell and encourage other girl students to participate.
3. To organize enthusiastically the events of WEGC under the guidance of the cell.
4. To interact regularly with the girl students of the class.
5. To bring to the notice of the faculty coordinators of their respective department, if any specific issue arises among the girl students.

WEGC Committee Members:

Officer In Charge:

Ms. Sujata Agarwal - Basic Engineering Department

Members/ Department Coordinators:
CE Ms. G. Sukanya Member
EEE Ms. P. Durga Bhavani Member
ME Ms. K. Supriya Member
ECE Ms G. Anantha Lakshmi Member
CSE & IT Ms V. Srilakshmi Member
DMS Ms. M. Aruna Kumari Member
General Instructions to the students:

Proper dress code should be followed.

  • Body fit clothing, transparent or revealing outfits should be avoided.
  • Salwar kameez with duppatta is advisable for girls.

Sharing of mobile phone numbers with the unknown persons should be avoided.
Harassment of any nature should be reported to the higher authorities for redressal.
The 24 hour helpline desk made available for teaching and non-teaching staffs and students can be utilized for reporting any untoward incidents which cause physical / mental anguish. 24 Hr Helpline no.

Activities held in various Academic years:

Celebrated International Women's Day on 6th March 2021. Chief Guest- Sr. Pulapati Prameela Sundari, Principal Maria Nivas EM High School Nandigama.
Organised an awareness program on "Life is valuable" for girl students of II, III & IV B.Tech of all the branches on 26th February, 2021 presided by Ms. M Aruna Kumari , HOD Department of Management Sciences and Ms Sujata Agarwal, Co-ordinator of Women Empowerment & Grievance Cell.
Celebrated International Women's Day on 7th March 2020. Chief Guest- Mrs Y. Sarada Devi ( MD, Sarada Education Institutes) & Guest of Honour- Advocate R Ganga Bhawani (B.A, B.L).
Organised an awareness programme on “Eve-Teasing, Women Harassment, Ragging and Rape” for girl students of III B.Tech. on 29th June 2019. The program was presided by Shakthi Team, Nandigama Subdivision (Women Police constables) G. Anusha Singh Takhore, V. Padmavathi, M. N Sravani and T. Siva Kumari.
Organized an "Awareness program on Basic Behavioral Etiquette" for girl students of I B.Tech. on 20th December 2018. Ms M Aruna Kumari, Department of Management Sciences and Mrs Sujata Agarwal, Basic Engineering Department addressed the students.
Celebrated International Women’s day on 8th March 2018. Chief Guest - Lion D. Joni Kumari, a well known educationist.
The National Commission for women has launched a nationwide programme for generating awareness about legal rights of women with the objective to ensure that all sections of society are fully conversant with the law.
An essay writing competition was conducted on Awareness about Legal Rights of Women for Girls Students on 11th October and 27th November 2017. The winners are listed below.

Roll number Name Branch Class& Section