News and Events Workshop 2021-22

Workshop on “Two Days Pre-Marital Counselling”

Name of the Event “Two Days Pre- Marital Counselling Workshop-2021”
Date & Time of the Program24th and 25th November, 2021
Venue 404 Class Room
No of Participants105
  • To aware students about gender equality

  • To counsel students about pre-marital strategies
No of Beneficiary 105 students

This special workshop was organized by the NSS unit of our college in association with Stree Mukti Sanghatana on the 24th and 25th November, 2021 in our college. About 105 students (boys and girls) from first year, second year and third year participated in the both days sessions.

On the first day, the 24th November 2021 the session was inaugurated by the I/C Principal Dr. Eknath Zhrekar and Resource person Ms. Sangeeta Saraf. Assoc. Prof. Tushar A. Pawar introduced the guest of honor and the resource person Ms. Sangeeta Saraf.

The opening session was delivered by Ms. Sangeeta Saraf on the topic Gender equality. The speaker highlighted need of considering equal physical and mental power in both genders. She underlined that the time had come to respect mutually and appreciate the strength in each other. It is also pointed out that unlike previous generation, females cannot be side line in any area. The session was a strong attempt to erase the mind-set existing even in the young generation with a reserved discriminative mentality. However, the entire session was thought provoking and very much Live. The students came forward with a few queries and the speaker clarified them very well.

The second session of the day was on selection of life partner. This was also very interesting and very much interactive. The speaker then motivated the students to imagine the scene of their proposing to their life partner. After some time, the speaker collected their demands made to their partner at the time of proposal. Each demand was jotted down on the board and analysed them. Letter she sang songs related to each of the points written on the board. Toward the end of the session the students were found very positive in selecting the partner to lead a happy married life.

The programme was concluded after the vote of thanks proposed by the Assoc. Prof. Dr. Lata Krishnan.

The second day’s session was on marital adjustment by Mr. Chandrakant Sarvogod. The speaker, first of all, laid down a few case studies regarding the tendencies to get divorced after a short-married life. The speaker opened out the possible reasons and the strong one of them is weakness in mutual understanding. He advocated the need of open talks about the thought about the partner and feelings to be respected. The other reason for separation being not recognizing or supporting the decisions taken by either-or. In-fact the partners can counsel each other whenever a stress or strain disturbed the relation. Giving mutual respect is only solution for a prospective married life. After formally winding up the session the house was open for question answer time. The students well utilized this period to get clear many of them confusing thoughts they observed in other family relations which should not take place in their future life.

Mr. Chandrakant Sarvogod started new session on the same day after five minutes break on Sexuality education and legal aspects. This was more or less on anatomic knowledge imparting about the mis-concepts in about reproductive system. The speaker detailed each segment of getting fertility and pregnancy. He also gave an idea about X and Y chromosomes and classification in the birth of boy and or girl child. He also enlightened the students by giving some idea about the infertility and the possible reasons and also the treatment availability. He also lessoned the extra care and need of keeping the reproductive organs and areas with great hygiene and cleanliness for preventing venereal diseases.

In the legal aspect session, he started with the careful documentation of marriage related papers to ensure correct nomination to safe guard the survivors. If anything, fatal occurs to anyone. Before the session concluded there was a brief interactive give and take round up. The feedback from the students was very satisfactory.

The final days all the sessions came to an end and programmed was disbursed after vote of thanks by Asst. Prof. Tushar A. Pawar.