Innocent Hearts organized a webinar on International Women's Day

Punjab Tribune Bureau | March 08, 2021 04:55 PM
Punjab Tribune Bureau

JALANDHAR: To celebrate International Women's Day motivational webinars were organized by Innocent Hearts School, Innocent Hearts Group of Institutions, Innocent Hearts College of Education. The theme for the webinar at IHGI was 'Journey of a Girl '.

The resource person was Amandeep Kaur (Director at D V.M. Educational Group) discussed the educational journey of a girl. She talked about different government policies to make women strong. Innocent Hearts College of Education and School conducted a webinar for teachers aligned with the theme of "Women Empowerment Mission and Vision”. The resource person was Pooja Arora (Special Educator and Counsellor) and Sharmila Nakra (Cultural Head and Motivational Speaker) discussed the mission and vision of the women and emphasized them to be focused.

They should have the decision-making ability. In the present time women are moving ahead blending shoulder to shoulder with men and contributing to the society for its betterment.  Women have the right to raise their voice. Sharmila Nakra motivated the teachers to step forward with positivity and maintain balance in their lives.

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