Women historically have been under presented in scientific and technical fields. Women can only realize their true potential, if and only if they have easy access to education and play a full role in community's decision making process. This is too true that' Equal access to education, training and science and technology: Pathway to decent work for women'. Education solely can make anyone a better someone. When people realize this, and work for it, the world would be a better place for everyone.
To set the fire of 'the desire to win' in young women's heart, CCET formally inaugurated 'Women's Forum' on 10th October 2015. With blessings of almighty and the auspicious presence of Dr S.Saradakutty,Writer and Associate Professor D.B College,Pathanamthitta.
To promote and support the advancement of women development by creating an environment for economic development. It seeks to empower women as a decision maker by building self confidence, encouraging and guiding the women to be independent, to think differently and to stand up for what they believe in. To achieve economic and gender justice for a healthy peaceful planet.
Need of Committee
Student Activity Points: To be an engineer capable of competing globally, in addition to technical knowledge and skills, students should develop excellent soft skills, nurture team work and leadership qualities and have an entrepreneurial and trial blazing outlook. To achieve this, in addition to academics, students are to actively engage in co-curricular and extracurricular activities. For such activities points are allotted. On getting a minimum of 100 activity points the students passes the course and earns credits which do not count for the cgpa but mandatory for the award of degree.
1.Geethu Krishnan (Asst Professor ) : Chairperson
2.V L Divya (Asst Professor ) : Member
3.Anu P (Asst Professor ) : Member
4.Roopa V (Asst Professor ) : Member