Mangaluru: On Tuesday 6th June 2022, the Human Rights Cell of St Agnes College (Autonomous), organised a talk on women’s safety and welfare.
Maxwell Pereira, Former Joint Police Commissioner, Delhi proceeded over the programme as the chief guest of the day.
He was accompanied by the college Principal Sr Dr Venissa A.C., Alumna of St Agnes College Marjery, and Coordinator of the session Harsha from the Department of Economics.
The enthusiastic crowd and guests were welcomed by the student Vice President of Arts Jessica D’Souza. On this occasion, Maxwell spoke about Women’s safety and welfare, he spoke about how women are leading in IAS exams
“Don’t take anyone as an inspiration, you be the inspiration to the other. Have some goal and try to achieve it on your own and lead your own life”
He stressed how individuals must have knowledge of traffic rules as it is the first step towards safety. Educating on women’s safety measures and Certain concerns on women’s safety, gender sensitization and police services.
He also encouraged the students to crack the UPSC exams and be a part of growing India.
“If you want to change the society then it must start from you” quoted Maxwell
The programme concluded with a vote of thanks proposed by Haleema Ruhi of III Bcom.