Women Care

The status of women in India is strongly connected to family relations. In India, the family is seen as crucially important, and in most of the country the family unit is patrilineal. Families are usually multi-generational, with the bride moving to live with the in-laws. Families are usually hierarchical, with the elders having authority over the younger generations, and the males over females. The vast majority of marriages are monogamous (one husband and one wife), but both polygyny and polyandry in India have a tradition among some populations in India. Weddings in India can by quite expensive. Most marriages in India are arranged.

What are the doing Women's Care Committee?

  • To enhance the self-esteem and self-confidence of women students.

  • To promote intellectual and cultural activities for overall personality development of student.

  • To develop critical thinking ability of women students such that it enhances decision-making ability.

  • To guide about women welfare laws.

  • To direct women’s role in the society.

  • To create social awareness about the problems of women and in particular regarding gender discrimination.

  • Solving women related issues and complains.

  • Regular counseling of girl students is done time to time for their awareness.

  • To highlight the importance of health and hygiene.

  • To create awareness on legal rights of women.

  • To enhance their participation on an equal footing in all areas.

Committee Members

Name

Designation

Position

Mrs.M.SHENBAGAVALLI HOD/ECE Coordinator
Mrs.P.M.ANNAPURNA HOD/S&H Members
Mrs.N.PAPPU SIVANANDAM AP/CSE Member
Ms.S.ASWATHY AP/EEE Member
Mrs.L.MANIMEKALA AP/CIVIL Member

ADDRESS

  • J.P. College of Engineering
    College Road Ayikudi,
    Tenkasi, Tirunelveli District
    TamilNadu, India - 627 852.
  • Email: info@jpcollege.org
  • Website: www.jpcollege.org
  • Phone: 04633-268320, 292140, 265355