The Women’s Cell has been involved in raising awareness and organizing sensitization campaigns via lectures and the distribution of material at the beginning of each academic year. International Women’s Day is celebrated in March each year to commemorate social, economic, cultural & political achievements of women via lectures by women role models, panel discussions and plays.
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Confidentiality of Complaints
It shall be the duty of all the persons and authorities designated under the Act to ensure that all complaints lodged under this cell are kept strictly confidential. The name of the aggrieved person/woman shall not be referred to in any records of proceeding, or any orders or judgements given under this Act. Neither the name of the aggrieved person/woman nor her identity shall be revealed by the press/ media or any other persons whilst reporting any proceedings, case, order or judgement under this Act.
What action can be taken against the offender?
After it is proved that the offender has indulged in sexual harassment in the work place, an appropriate punitive action would be taken against the person irrespective of his status in the institution (staff, students or third parties involved with the College). Where such conduct amounts to a specific offense under the Indian Penal Code or under any other law, a complaint will be made to the appropriate authorities so that further action in accordance with the law can be taken.
The Women cell (Monitoring Committee) 20118-19 of St. Thomas College, Bhilai is constituted as under:
Dr. Shiny Mendonce- Convenor
Dr. Suja Varghese – Co-convenor
Dr. Mariam Jacob
Dr. Debjani Mukherjee
Dr. Rincy Bijo Abraham
Mrs. Smita Suresh Daniel
Mrs. Rupa Shrivastava
Mrs. Susan Ebison
DEPARTMENTAL ACTIVITIES 2017-18
In collaboration with Department of Traffic, St. Thomas College Bhilai organized a Traffic awareness program, under the aeiges of Women Cell of the College in the college premises for both staff and students highlighting the importance of road safety when they host a Dying Drive.
The main instructor team of DOT was Mr. Satish Kumar Thakur DSP, Traffic, Mr. S. Dinkar, Inspector, Traffic and Mr. Prakash Singh Sub inspector, Traffic. The event, gave students the chance to witness the consequences of a road traffic collision highlighting the fatal consequences of a road accident to young drivers, the program gave students the opportunity to learn about planning and running community safety events. Mr. S. Dinkar, Inspector, Traffic Department, Bhilai, through his PPT Presentation spoke about the importance of the event and explained about the safety precautions to young drivers of the college. He guided students with various traffic rules and regulations, Police helpline no’s, and answered all the queries of the students related to road accidents and traffic rules.
Maximum Students Participation
Women Cell Activities Details 2011-17