Women Empowerment is the need of the hour : Dr. S. B. Chordiya
We are moving in the 21st century. Equality of men and women is the culture in our country. Because of this the empowerment of women is the need of the hour. That was their sincere efforts to empower women in the family and training fashion designing with subject, the Group of Suryadatta Institute founder and President Dr. Sanjay choradiya said today.
On behalf of the Group of the Suryadatta Institute and Rushikesh Sutar, Chandrakant Gogavale, Jyoti Konde had organized a month of training in fashion designing for women and girls from economically backward families. Fashion design training imparted to over 160 women, as a part of Suryadatta edu-socio initiative (women empowerment) Dr. Chordiya said. The MNS Pune City President Hemant Sambhus, Jyoti Konde and Chandrakant Gogawale, Rushikesh Sutar, Prof. Fulchand Chate and Coach Kalpana Shinde were present on this occasion.
Economically backward women and girls have got the confidence through this training. In this field of Apparel and Garment stitching or fashion designing, 100 designs of jewelry designing, jam and jelly making, making of 36 types of spices, spoken English (for auto rickshaw drivers, railway cools) Baking classes, IT classes for senior citizens. Although the need for education and skills along with the knowledge and practical educated person in today's world. If a woman is competent then she is able to do her family competent. ‘The institutions and faith Suryadatta Institute and Rushikesh Sutar, Chandrakant Gogawale, Jyoti Konde was taken jointly training classes of fashion Designing’, the Dr. Chordiya said.
These activities will strengthen women's financial strength. Suryadatta Institute has always implemented these kinds of activities. That is appreciating. From these activities women’s can definitely lead to ‘ache din’, Said Hemant Shambhus.
‘Recognizing the need for society to this initiative. The best way for women's economic empowerment’, said Prof.Fulchand Chate.
Rushikesh Sutar and Chandrakant Gogawale express their thoughts on this occasion. The program was anchored by Jyoti Konde.