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Celebrating World Food Day13 World food day 2013 was held in Shaheed Rajguru College Of Applied Sciences For Women. The Guest of honor for the event was Mr.Shamindar Pal Singh(Head of regulatory affair Pepsico. India).The event was sponsored by Dr Oetker and Misti Vedik. It was based on the theme- Is National Food Security Bill A Sustainable Solution Towards Attaining Food and Nutrition Security In India. The programme was divided into mainly five events: Technical session, Debate, Quiz, Admad, Skit. The technical session was presented by Mrs. Anita Makhijani (Ministry of women and child welfare, Food and Nutrition Board) and Dr. Ruchi Srivastav (Consultant). The programme started at 10:00 am with the technical session. Which was followed by grueling debate session based upon the days theme. The Debate was followed by quiz round. Quiz was followed by Admad which involved a team of atleast 3 students from each college which were to present an ad on a particular product The teams were provided with 15mins to prepare for the same. The quiz was followed by Skit. The results were announced by the Jury. All in all the programme was well organised and presented and was enjoyed by all present.
Yamaha Comes Zooming In Rajguru !! Yamaha, worlds leading brand of automobiles, hosted a workshop in the college for encouraging women to take the initiative to drive and be independent. The workshop was divided into two parts:: for the girls who could drive, a racetrack was created including all sorts of real-time obstacles like an elevated plank, some turns in the tracks etc.. and for the girls who couldnt drive, instructors were appointed to provide them free driving lessons. The enthusiastic participation by the Rajgurians in the workshop made the event a huge success.
BLEND13- Alumni Meet At SRCASW Blend13- the alumni meet of Shaheed Rajguru College was held in the college campus on Sunday, 6 th October 2013. Alumni from almost all the batches were present and a mind-blowing show was put up by the college faculty and students. The programme began with the lamp lighting ceremony by the alumni of the first and second batch students, following which SilverSteppers took centrestage with a terrific dance performance. This was followed by a power packed, gymnastics performance by Priya, a first year electronics student. The hosts for the afternoon, Mrs. Deepali and Mrs. Monika, asked the alumni to share their vivid experiences of their tenure in the college. A student of the 2010 batch presented a small mimicry act which entertained everyone wholly. Then Mukhauta presented a small skit showing the journey of the college through the years, with a mix of some real life incidents, which compelled the alumni to relive those moments again. Following this, Inklings, the literary society of the college, hosted a series of games and quizzes like tongue twisters, balloon dance, bollywood quiz and musical chairs for different batches which kept the audience thoroughly entertained. This alumni meet was definitely a walk down a memory lane, with a twist of fun and entertainment. A day well spent!
Rajgurians Ride With Pride On October 14,2013 Rajguru college witnessed an audition for part in the women oriented documentary I am Eve – I Ride With Pride. This documentary was part of the campaign initiated by STEELBIRD helmets,emphasizing on women safety during driving. It showcased the Rajguru girls talking about the most important safety measure for women while driving a two wheeler i.e. wearing a helmet. This small thing that is often overlooked, costs thousands of lives of women all over India and the world. The documentary was shot in the college premises and the participating students were given certificates applauding their role in this noble initiative.
Rajguru Hosting NFGLC13 Our college, in spirit of its silver jubilee celebrations, hosted a week long international workshop NFGLC 13 – 14,in collaboration with the University of Massachusetts, Boston,from 28 th December 2013 to 2 nd January 2014 with NFGLC standing for New Frontiers in Global and Learning Communications. The purpose of this workshop was to provide innovative teaching to teachers and students in the global digital era. Six distinguished speakers arrived from University of Massachusetts, Boston for the workshop– Dr. Tara Devi S.Ashok – Director of the Workshop, Ms. Irene Yukhananov, Dr. Russ Yukhano, Dr. Nishikant Sonwalkar, Dr. Denise Patmon and Dr. Apurva Mehta. The Chief Guest for the prestigious event was Professor Krishan Lal. The workshop witnessed enthusiastic participation of teachers from all over the country. The last day of the workshop saw interaction of the dignitaries with Rajguru girls followed by a cultural extravaganza in the evening. The cultural event began on an auspicious note with Shiv Stuti performed by followed by soulful singing by college choir-Dhwani. Then the dance society SilverSteppers showcased Bharatanatyam and Kathak performances. Dr. Tara Devi along with Dr.S.Ashok also enthralled the audience with a beautiful song. A fabulous Bhangra performance by the Punjabi Academy brought down the curtains on NFGLC13.
SRCASW Encouraging Girls In ICT In collaboration with CISCO Networking System, the college students and faculty observed GIRLS in ICT DAY on the 9th of January, 2014. The event was organised as a token of appreciation for women who had been successfully working in the field of Information and Communication Technology and as an initiative to encourage more and more women to indulge into this field. The event had an auspicious beginning with the lighting of the lamp by the eminent guests,accompanied by a melodious recital of ganesh vandana by our choir group- Dhwani. This was followed by felicitation of the guests by Dr. Punita Saxena and Dr. Amita Kapoor. The students showed keen interest to listen to the life experiences of our esteemed guests which included Dr. Nloufer Shroff, Mrs. Anuradha Sharma, Prof. Divya Saxena, Prof. Enakshi Sharma, Ms. Suruchi Wadhawan, Ms. Rashmi Singh, Ms. Diksha Mishra and Mr. Naresh Kumar. Dr. Nloufer Shroff inspired the girls to be fearless, step forward and explore their own world of interest. Mrs. Anuradha Sharma emphasized on the fact that how technology can be and is being used as a weapon to bridge the social and economic gap between men and women. Almost all girls could identify themselves with Ms. Suruchi Wadhawan who
shared her experience through the journey to achieve extraordinary goals with an ordinary beginning. She inspired all the young women to believe in oneself and take small steps in life which induce big changes. Prof. Enakshi Sharma spoke about Information and Communication Technology Revolution and of which women have been active participants. The seminar was followed by an intense panel discussion,headed by Prof. Divya Saxena who came all the way from Canada. Their discourse covered many technical aspects and educated the audiences with knowledge of how to adjust and adapt to different working atmospheres. Dr.Punita Saxena also asked the panel members some questions relating to the practical problems women face while working in the industry. Whether it was the problem of working with male colleagues or late night working hours.. the members answered every question with great interest and enthusiasm which showcased their experience of juggling work and home with equal ease. This led to the audience asking their queries. Some students asked the panel members questions relating to the scope of IT in various fields and how to proceed with their education in order to reach their target destinations. This discussion took an interesting turn when students started asking questions about how to live and prosper in a gender-biased society like India. To this, every member of the panel gave their motivational and inspiring message All in all, it was a fruitful experience for all the students and teachers who attended this seminar.
On September 13, 2013, after a nine- month-long trial, fast track court handed down death penalty to all the four convicts in the Nirbhaya gang rape and murder case. On November 19, 2013, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh inaugurated the country's first all- women bank, Bharatiya Mahila Bank (BMB). In June 2013, a multi-day cloudburst centered on Uttarakhand caused devastating floods and landslides in the country's worst natural disaster since the 2004 Tsunami. The Kejriwal-led Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) made a stunning debut during Delhi polls with Kejriwal himself becoming the Chief Minister of Delhi.
Five-time title-holder Viswanathan Anand's reign as the world champion came to a heart-breaking end with Norway's Magnus Carlsen took the crown in the World Chess Championship match in Chennai Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar became the first sportsperson and youngest to be chosen for Bharat Ratna, the countrys highest civilian award. In December, 2012 the International Olympic Committee (IOC) suspended the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) at its Executive Board meeting apparently for ignoring its warning against holding its elections under the National Sports Code.
Survey@ SRCASW Q1: Condemning the rape of a 51-year-old Danish woman near the New Delhi railway station, ruling Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) stressed the need for fast track courts, and for bringing Delhi Police under the purview of the state government. Do you think the Delhi Government should exercise control over the Delhi Police? What Rajgurians Say- INSIDE OUT NO (5%) YES (67%) To some extent (28%) Compiled by- Deergha Manocha & Kaavya Raveendran
"SHE WOULD HAVE NEVER GONE QUIETLY Her death is another addition to those numerous mysterious high profile death cases which either remain unsolved or are manipulated and finally suppressed over the time. Thanks to corruption and of course the Media! In such a scenario, would justice ever come to such women? And as far as the current scenario is concerned..it may sound pessimistic but well there is no sign of justice coming any day soon for these women. It's all power play - sad but true ! Justice delayed is justice denied! If the government instructs, police implements and the witnesses and public don't fear. it would but then all this requires the much needed support n voice of the youth, being an active participant in the politics and knowing about our country and its constitution. RAJGURIANS SPEAK-
Just another phase of life When all goes smooth, and you are living high, the least you expect, is the heaven's cry: 'Thou life's a malediction, a cauldron of sorrows, happiness, a prose, and living, a desire.' It calls you off the delusion, wakes you up by a percussion, the voice grows strong, swipes away the throng, bruises your dreams and assures life is no whims.. Just another phase of life When all goes smooth, and you are living high, the least you expect, is the heaven's cry: 'Thou life's a malediction, a cauldron of sorrows, happiness, a prose, and living, a desire.' It calls you off the delusion, wakes you up by a percussion, the voice grows strong, swipes away the throng, bruises your dreams and assures life is no whims.. THE SRCASW SOAPBOX THE SRCASW SOAPBOX - Mrs. Ritika Chopra - Asstt Professor Department of Mathematics
- Monica Gupta B.Tech Electronics Ist Year
IT HAS BEEN LONG.... It has been long since that day That day, when I lost my way, wandering through the darkness, all weary, with eyes red and teary. I was innocent, with an angelic face, my life revolved around frocks, with frills and lace. Through the darkness, I saw you. But there was a difference. You were not the one I dotted, 'DANGER', my heart shouted. I never knew, the hand that used to bless, would make my life such a mess! He acted strange, I responded with rage. I wished it to be a nightmare, Not knowing, what to do, when and where. He took all that that he claimed, 'POOR CHILD', the world exclaimed. Years have passed since that day, living in a world not knowing my way, They whisper and stare without any heed, acting unknown of the fact, that I shall bleed. For a mistake not mine, I shall pay, Everything is the same, so is everyday. I cry, I whine, I bleed, knowing well that I am out of breed. As I go through my frills and laces, I remind myself of those faces, Who took from me....... everything, leaving me with nothing! I live... as a girl, a victim, a survivor, walking through the tear filled river. People show sympathy, But i dont want any. In my world, I live alone, Signs of future... all gone. As a victim, I prod Even in a crowd, all alone. Its been long since that day, The day, when I lost my way! -Athira Menon B.Tech Food Technology Ist Year
All of us have been aware of bullying as a fact of life in schools. For many years it was something that happened in person, at the schoolyard or the way home. However in the 21 st century bullying has become a physical as well as a virtual threat due to the widespread use of instant messaging and mobile phone among the young. Bullying is a hateful crime, and now with almost every person having a facebook or twitter account, cyber bullying is becoming an unwelcome trend amongst the teens. What is Cyberbullying? Cyberbullying is like physical bullying, but its done either online or with cell phones. It can take the form of harassment, public humiliation, or both. The viral nature of online life and cell phones makes sending humiliating or degrading messages, pictures, or videos simple and immediate. How big of a problem is cyber bullying? It can happen to anyone and it can damage one emotionally. Ones self esteem and ones self confidence - all take huge sits when bullying is involved. It can happen to anyone and it can damage one emotionally. Ones self esteem and ones self confidence - all take huge sits when bullying is involved. A recent survey indicated that at least 15 per cent of children have received threatening messages online or on their phones, the majority of those bullied being girls. Another survey puts the figure as high as 25 per cent for text message bullying. A recent survey indicated that at least 15 per cent of children have received threatening messages online or on their phones, the majority of those bullied being girls. Another survey puts the figure as high as 25 per cent for text message bullying. How are teens Cyberbullied? Tech-savvy bullies can easily set up a website denigrating and degrading another kid. An embarrassing picture snapped on a camera phone can find its way across the web in more seconds. Also, some cyber bullies spread lies and rumors about victims. They can trick people into revealing personal information. Some bullies send or forward mean messages, while some post pictures or personal information of victims without their consent. So what can be done about cyber-bullying? There are a few obvious steps, such as being wary of giving out e-mail addresses and instant messenger screen names. Also following measures can be taken to prevent Cyberbullying: Dont respond. Engaging with a bully only fuels the fire.Dont respond. Engaging with a bully only fuels the fire. Block communication with cyberbullies.Block communication with cyberbullies. Report cyberbullying to a trusted adult.Report cyberbullying to a trusted adult. Raise awareness of the cyberbullying problem in your community by holding an assembly and creating fliers to give to younger kids or parents.Raise awareness of the cyberbullying problem in your community by holding an assembly and creating fliers to give to younger kids or parents. Dont forget that cyberbullying causes real problems. If you wouldnt say it in person, dont say it online. If you know of someone who is being bullied or you yourself are being bullied, stand up and tell someone who can help because this trend so to speak needs to be obsolete. -Pratima Singh Sirohi - -Pratima Singh Sirohi - Treasurer Treasurer Inklings Inklings
Nowadays its more important for girls to be called as SMART than as BEAUTIFUL or CUTE!!! And getting this kind of statement isnt that difficult. All you have to do is to glam up by accessorizing yourself like the Celebs do!!! FASHION CORNER
e-Newsletter of Shaheed Rajguru College of Applied Sciences for Women Presented by INKLINGS under the guidance of Dr. Gifty Gupta Editorial team: Ruchika Salwan, Pratima Singh, Meenal Gupta, Kaavya Raveendran, Deergha Manocha,Shristi Arora, Aanchal Gupta, Aashna Chaprana Designed By :: Ruchika Salwan -Compiled by Kaavya Raveendran Student Correspondent Inklings