Empowering Through Collaboration: KCET and Phulkari Women of Amritsar Join Hands

by Manjari Singh

In a significant stride towards fostering awareness and empowerment, Khalsa College of Engineering and Technology (KCET) in Amritsar has embarked on a transformative journey through a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Phulkari Women’s of Amritsar.

The agreement, sealed by Dr. Manju Bala, Director of KCET, and Sheetal Sohal, President of Phulkari Women’s of Amritsar, heralds a new era of educational enrichment and societal engagement.

Dr. Bala articulated that the core objective of this alliance is to enlighten the younger generation on pressing societal issues. These encompass a wide spectrum, from Gender Sensitization to Mental Health Awareness, Substance Abuse to Gender Equality, and beyond.

“This collaboration marks a significant step towards empowering women in our community,” Dr. Bala emphasized. She underscored the importance of nurturing a socially responsible ethos within the KCET ecosystem.

The partnership with Phulkari Women’s of Amritsar is not merely a contractual formality but a strategic move towards fostering a socially conscious student body. By integrating educational initiatives and interactive programs, KCET aims to equip its students with the knowledge and empathy needed to effect positive change in society.

Sheetal Sohal, echoing the sentiment, highlighted the profound impact expected from this collaboration. She emphasized the joint effort’s potential to shape not only the students but also the broader community.

Through this partnership, both KCET and Phulkari Women’s of Amritsar envision a proactive approach to addressing societal challenges. The focus extends beyond mere awareness to tangible actions aimed at fostering a more informed and sensitive society.

The signing ceremony witnessed the convergence of key stakeholders, including representatives from Phulkari Women’s of Amritsar and eminent personalities from KCET. Their collective presence underscored the gravity of the occasion and the shared commitment towards societal betterment.

Rajinder Mohan Singh Chhina, Honorary Secretary of KCCS, lauded the collaborative endeavor. He affirmed that such partnerships instill a deeper sense of social responsibility among students, thereby nurturing a conscientious citizenry.

In essence, the MoU between KCET and Phulkari Women’s of Amritsar symbolizes more than just a contractual agreement. It embodies a shared vision of empowerment, enlightenment, and societal progress—a vision that transcends institutional boundaries and paves the way for a brighter, more inclusive future.

Manjari Singh

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