Special Days & Awareness Programmes

Awareness Program on Gender Equality

An Awareness Program on Gender Equality organized by the Department of Civil Engineering, Integral University Lucknow on 8th April 2017.
Girls and boys see gender inequality in their homes and communities every
in textbooks. in the media and among the adults who care for them.
Parents may assume unequal responsibility for household work. with mothers bearing the brunt of care giving and chores. The majority of low-skilled and underpaid community health workers who attend to children are also women. with limited opportunity for professional growth.

And in schools, many girls receive less support tan boys to pursue the studies they choose. This happens for a variety of reasons: The safety, hygiene and sanitation needs of girls may be neglected, barring them from regularly attending class. Discriminatory teaching practices and education materials also produce gender gaps in learning and skills development. As a result, nearly 1 in 4 girls between the ages of 15 and 19 are neither employed nor in education or training - compared to 1 in 10 boys.
In this Context It's a matter of pleasure to inform you all, that the Department of Civil Engineering. Integral University. Lucknow had organized an Awareness Programme on "Gender Equality" under the supervision of Mohd. Kashif Khan Associate Professor, Department of Civil Engineering on 8 April 2017 at Dashauli Village. Lucknow. The students and faculty members of Civil Engineering Department visited door to door and aware the villagers about the gender equality and other sensitive issues related to gender. Team from integral university also visits village school and aware school students about the gender equality.

Students and staff of Civil Engineering Department along with students of other faculties members actively participated in awareness program. There were so many students registered and participated in the event, students from several department played active role in the activity. More than three hundred students participated in the program.