CWS is functional from 2006 in this college. The centre has been sanctioned to this college by the UGC. Efforts were made to make the centre, hub of discussions of women related issues such as women empowerment, women emancipation, legal issues, training, computer literacy etc. From time to time various awareness programmes are organized not only in the college but also in various villages of Kathua District. In nut shell, the centre is helping in turning the dreams into reality. Our young female students can draw inspiration from the words of Kalpana Chawla, “The path from dream to reality does exist. May you have the vision to find it, the courage to get into it, and the perseverance to follow it.’’


CWS organized a one day awareness programme on 16th of February 2017 in which chairperson, J&K State Women Commission, Nayeema Ahmed Mehjoor was the chief guest and ADC Kathua Dr. Bharat Bhushan was the guest of honour. During her speech she added that State Commission for women had initiated a drive to aware the women regarding their rights throughout the state. Nayeema Ahmed further said that a time was when women were considered to be a housewife, now when women are working should to shoulder with men. Dr. Rachna Director CWS in her welcome address said that declining trend of females sex ratio is a matter of great concern, which could lead to the social choice. Principle of the college Dr. Netar Singh, Commission Secretary Ajzaz Abdullah Malik, DSP Headquarters Ajay Sharma, Women Cell Incharge Sanjeevani Jyoti, ASHA Workers, Anganwari workers and number of activists from social organizations were present on the occasions

WORKSHOP ON WOMEN AND HEALTH This workshop was organized on 5th of March 2016 with the mission of creating general health awareness among the women folk. In the said workshop, 70 students participated. Senior Doctor from District Hospital Kathua Dr. Madhu Dingra (Gynaecologist) was the resource person in this workshop. Last session of the workshop was devoted to the question answer session. Apart from members of Advisory Committee, faculty members of the college also attended the workshop. The resource person discussed at length, remedies and symptoms of common as well as fatal diseases. The workshop ended with a fruitful note with request from the participants to hold more such type of workshops. Dr. Rachna, Director CWS in the beginning welcomed the guests. Principal Degree College Dr. Netar Singh was also present during the inaugural function

SERIES OF COMPETITIONS A series of competitions were organized from 7th of march to 15th of march in relation with International Women day. Various competitions such as quiz, nukkad natak, poster making, poetry recitation, essay writing etc. On the topic,’’ Your vision of women in the 21st century.’’

Dr. Rachna