(Affiliated to S.V.University, Tirupati, A.P.)

(ISO 9001:2015 Certified Institution)
Narayanavanam Road, Puttur, Chittoor (Dt), A.P.- 517583

Email:, Phone: 08577-261480

Women Empowerment Cell (WEC) - Overview

 You educate a man; you educate a man.
You educate a woman; you educate a generation”
            The Women Empowerment Cell (WEC) of Government Degree College, puttur is established to empower girl students and women staff to realize their potential and power in socio-economic and political spheres of life which results not only in Women Empowerment but also in the holistic development of the nation.
Aim:  Eradicate Barriers, Sensitize Minds
           Women Empowerment Cell strives to maintain the gender- neutral atmosphere of the college. The cell encourages the girls to come forward to talk about women related issues and tries to sensitize the youth about gender reality as the goal to emancipate and empower women. Focus of the cell is to eliminate the discrimination and all forms of violence against women and girl child in the society. It also provides a platform for girls and women to share their experiences and views regarding their status in the society and to suggest ways to improve and empower themselves. This cell creates a feel that our college campus is a heaven and second home to them. The WEC functions arduously to enhance their status and thereby empower them through guest lectures, seminars, workshops, various awareness programmes and other welfare activities.WEC will step forward with specific objectives and plan of action by focusing quality activities for the well being of girls students.
Objectives of WEC
  • To promote a culture of respect and quality for female genders.
  • To create a conducive counseling environment for female gender to share their problems.
  • To create awareness  on their rights given by the constitution and Acts of Law
  • To conduct programmes with a motive to train girls students about self defense, health benefits and skill development
  • To bridge the gap between students and teachers by maintaining a cordial relationship between them, so that girl students can open up freely to share their personal problems.
  • To provide a stress free working atmosphere by identifying and fixing responsibility on the concerned persons for ensuring equal treatment of and participation by women in all areas.
  • To specially strengthen women scavengers and lower cadre workers of the institution by educating them in a best possible way, with the motive of making their lives better.
  • To conduct guest lectures, seminars and workshops to impart knowledge of opportunities and tools available and train the women.
  • To inculcate entrepreneurial attitude among young girls, scientists at the earliest so that they can be “job givers rather than job takers.”


S .No

Name of the Faculty




Dr.K. Sridevi

Lecturer In English



Dr.R.B. Vanisree

Lecturer In Hindhi




Lecturer in Telugu



Smt. T. Radhika

Lecturer in English




Lecturer in Zoology



Smt. G.Nagarathamma

Record Asst.



Miss.A. Renuka

Student I B.Sc( MPCs)




a) Safety and Security

Though the institution being co-education one, gender related issues are very minimal.Every measure is taken by institution to provide safety and security on the campus. Even then, in anticipation of any such gender related issues the college has constituted various committees such as, Anti-raging cell, Grievance and redressal cell and Women empowerment cell. As preventive measures the women empowerment cell of the college organizes sensitization programmes on gender sensitivity. Ragging in any form is strictly prohibited both inside and outside the campus. In this connection, the local police personnel are invited to sensitize on consequences of ragging  and sexual harassment.

b) Counselling

The class teachers themselves act as counsellors who interact the students on regular basis and counsel both boys and girls on gender equality. Every year an awareness programme on health and hygiene is organised by inviting local government women doctors exclusively for girls’ students

c) Common Room

           The college has established a common room known girls’ waiting room with required facilities.



July                :           An orientation programme for all girl students about the guidelines and the safety measures.
August          :           A Special programme by women achievers of different fields to motivate the   girl students.
September    :           A training Programme on self defence for women students.
October        :           Workshop on paper presentation and research orientation.
November    :           A session with resourceful support of renowned doctors on health issues.
December     :           Rally on AIDS awareness.
January        :           Counseling sessions by experts, SHE TEAMS and psychiatrists.
February      :           Seminars on Gender related issues.
March          :           Observation of International women’s day