SCIT believes in creating a gender sensitive campus where we encourage to generate respect for the individual regardless of sex. Gender sensitization is achieved by nurturing awareness about gender equality which makes the students sensitive towards the other gender.
Institution shows gender sensitivity by organizing Gender Sensitization Workshop for students’ compulsory as part of their induction program. The workshop stresses on values like gender justice, gender equity and gender empowerment. Through this course the program resource person tries to treat the gender perceptions of students which arises from their socio economical background. It also make a strong point in student’s mind that any discrimination based on gender is a violation of the fundamental right of the other entity.
The discussions bring down the points such as misconceptions about suitability of a person for a particular activity both in professional and personal environment. SCIT also conducts gender sensitization workshops for faculty and staff with the aim of creating a gender sensitive society. Through the successful completion of this workshop consecutively for last four years, we could create a healthier gender sensitive environment in the campus.
We also conduct these types of programs for the faculty and non-teaching staff as and when require. Along with these training programs, we provide individual counselling for those in need as part of student mentoring program. Students and staff members benefit from these workshops and are made compulsory for the students during their induction program.
The resource person Ms. Renuka Mukadam, (BA, MSW) addresses the students regarding values like gender justice, gender equity and gender empowerment. With her expertise and knowledge, the sessions conducted delivered the projected value and the stake holders benefited from the proficiency of the speakers. After completing the the talk the students are encouraged to interact with the resource person and the discussions brings down the points such as misconceptions about suitability of a person for a particular activity both in personal and professional environment.