International Women's Day Celebration

You can become a successful entrepreneur if you have the determination”- Tanvi Atre.

“If you have the will to be self-reliant, you can overcome any obstacle, and if you have the determination to become a successful entrepreneur,” exclaims Tanvi Atre, Chartered Accountant and Head of Accounts and Finance, Srijan Foods, Solapur. She was speaking as the chief guest at the International Women’s Day event at Sri Siddheshwar Women’s College of Engineering. Speaking further, she said that 20% of women are entrepreneurs in India and 6% of women have started their own startups. After B.Tech, students here should give priority to start-ups along with jobs and generate employment through this.

Speaking on the occasion, Ujma Jehangir, Soft Skill Trainer, Leadsoft IT Solutions, Calcutta, who is conducting placement preparation training for third year students in the college, said that “Women have been maintaining every relationship with equal strength and love and the modern woman has become self-reliant by embracing technology along with family relationships. “

College Principal Dr. TA Chavan wished everyone on Women’s Day. With the aim of women’s empowerment, Sri Siddheshwar Devasthan started this women’s engineering under the guidance of Sri Dharmaraj Kadadi.

He insisted that 44 students of the first batch have been placed in reputed multinational companies like Capgemini, TCS, IBM because all the women staff of our college are always dynamic and enthusiastic. On this occasion, all the women employees were felicitated by the chief guests. After this, the semi-annual ‘Siddhi’ news letter of the college was also released by the chief guests.

On this occasion Ms. Shraddha Darekar, Afrin Mujawar, Ms. The student Pravalika Manchikatla expressed her feelings. Also Ms. Smriti Jogdankar, Ms. Pratiksha Hanche, Ms. Pragya Kakade and Ms. Pratiksha Satpute, a student, presented a play on the theme of women empowerment. First year department head Dr. Avinash Patil, College Student Council, President, Vaishnavi Mali, Cultural Secretary Pragya Kakade, all the students, teachers and non-teaching staff of the college were present.

Ms. Aishwarya Birajdar student of TY IT, moderated the program while Ms. Sonali Sarvagod, a student of TY CSE, proposed the vote of thanks. Head of the Cultural Department of the college Prof. Suvarna Bhargande planned the program.