Women Welfare Committee


The college has a Women Cell which takes care of all the issues and problems related to girl students. Started in Aug 2010, the cell is lead by a Dean of Women Students, Dean of studies, 2 lady staff members and an advocate.

  • To inform the girl students as well as their parents about the policy and the procedures against harassment, ragging etc.
  • To give enough precautions to the girl students regarding various problems they may face.
  • To approach the Grievance cell at any time for any help.
  • To keep a watchful eye on the girl students for their safety and security.
  • To check the discipline of the girl students in the college including dress code.
  • To conduct various activities during Women’s day.
  • To motivate the students in their overall formation.
  • To organize seminars on Women’s safety, Hygiene etc.
  • A forum for women students “SHE – See Her Empowered” was inaugurated on 13th August 2019. The objective of SHE is to empower women students and to encourage them discover themselves and to bloom where they are planted.

Events Conducted

Women’s Cell Logo Designing Competition

To commemorate the launch of SHE (See Her Empowered) – an exclusive space for the women students of our college, a logo designing competition was conducted on July 16th, 2019  and the top submissions were used as an inspiration for the final emblem of SHE.

Inauguration of SHE

On 13th August 2019, a forum called SHE – See Her Empowered was launched for the women students of our college. The aim of SHE is to empower women students and to encourage them to discover themselves. The Chief Guest for this august event was Ms Goushaly Kothai Nachiar, Practice Head App Development & Analytics, Amtex System and the Guest of Honour was Ms Padmini Janaki, Product Management Professional, Change Healthcare. The inaugural event also included a dance performance and mime by several women students.

Women Empowerment Conclave

On September 6th 2019, the Madras Management Association enlightened the women students on the importance of self-independence, opportunities for entrepreneurship, and also encouraged direct interaction of students with companies like AGS Health, CueMath and Thoughtworks. Apart from this, there were also a series of workshops, masterclasses, story-telling sessions and panel discussions supporting the above topics as part of the conclave.

Women & Wellness Webinar

A session to throw light on Women’s Well-being and Health was conducted on 13th November 2019 and the speaker for the same was Dr. Meera Ragavan, a Urogynaecologist. 

Women’s Day 2020

The Women’s Day 2020 celebration kicked off with a flash mob followed by a performance by the LICET band in the college reception area. A plethora of competitions like poetry writing and poster design contests were held and prizes were distributed to the winners and participants.

POSH - Prevention Of Sexual Harassment

A poster designing and doodling competition “POSH” was conducted on 31st October 2020 to raise awareness on the prevention of sexual harassment. The theme for the poster design contest was “Stand Together for Safety” and the theme for the doodling contest was “Voice for Oneself”.

I-CAN Series

During the times of pandemic, the SHE forum organized a series of webinars focusing on subjects like fitness & well-being, self-belief and mental health explicitly for the women students of the college from 22nd July to 24th July 2020 respectively. 

(i) Fitness, Health & Well-being

The first webinar on Fitness, Health and Well-being took place on July 22nd 2020. The speaker of the session was Dr. Meera Ragavan, Senior Consultant, Urogynaecologist, Robotic Surgeon. Doctor gave an insight on the importance of good health and how it’s synonymous to a life-time achievement. 

(ii) Surface Your Strength and Identify your Superpower

The second webinar, conducted on 23rd July 2021, threw light on topics like motivation, realization of one’s interests and pursuing dreams. The speaker of the session was Ms Poornima Janarthanan, Alumnus of LICET(Batch 2010-2014) and Business Analyst Specialist at Microsoft, Ireland.

(iii) The Power of ‘I Can’

The final session took place on 24th July 2021 and the talk was along the lines of the COVID pandemic, mental health and healthy living. The speaker of the session was Dr Aruna Saraswati P, Senior Psychiatric Counsellor and Positive Parenting Specialist. 

Breakthrough Women

On 6th March 2021, the SHE forum conducted a session, “Breakthrough Women” with Ms Bhavna Jain, a Leadership Coach and Breakthrough Consultant. Following a theme of “Choose to Challenge”, the topics covered across the session were self-awareness, confidence and resilience.


On account of Women’s day, the SHE forum organized ‘Meraki’, a platform for students to exhibit their talents virtually. The activities ranged from dancing and doodling to poetry and singing. The best submissions were displayed in the virtual Women’s Day Celebration on March 6th 2021.

Women’s Day Celebration for Staff

The Women’s Day celebration for the teaching and non-teaching staff was conducted on 8th March 2021. The event included thought sharing, games, a special performance by the LICET band, followed by the distribution of personalized handcrafted mementos for each of the staff members.

Dr S Sengole Merlin

Dean of Women Students

Email: deanofwomen@licet.ac.in