Hyderabad: Street play held at Maulana Azad National Urdu University
Gachibowli: The Department of Social Work in collaboration with My Choices Foundation has initiated a forum called Peace Champions where volunteers are...
Gachibowli: The Department of Social Work in collaboration with My Choices Foundation has initiated a forum called Peace Champions where volunteers are trained to sensitise students at universities, colleges and in slum communities on gender issues.
As part of this initiative, a street play on gender sensitisation with the theme 'Samaj ko aage badhana hai to ladki ko bhi padhana hai' was performed by students of social work department.
Through the play students have demonstrated that how our society justify female subordination and their confinement to home. Male members of society need to understand that women education and empowerment is central to the development of family and society. "Efforts like these are much-needed to break misconceptions of our society on the one hand and to hone skill of Social work students on the other," opined Professor Mohd Shahid.
The play was attended by Volunteers of Gender Champion from other colleges, MANUU students and staff.
Sessions on laser & optics
A special session on Laser and Optic Activity was organized on the second day of National Urdu Science Congress 2020 at Maulana Azad National Urdu University. The laser session was organized to Commemorate 60 Years of Laser Innovation.
The chief guest, Professor Zahid Hussain Khan, UNESCO's National Node for India, spoke about the history of Laser and its applications and significance. Further, he shared that Twenty-four Noble prizes in Physics were awarded for Laser and Laser based Technologies. He also briefed about various activities conducted under UNESCO to celebrate 'International Day of Light'. Optics Activity session was held today in collaboration with Vigyan Prasar, Department of Science & Technology, New Delhi. Nearly 100 schoolchildren attended the session and Principles of optics were demonstrated by simple experimental methods.