First Prize [Shopper Bag ] Winner of Women’s Day Giveaway 2015 – Udita Agarwal
Pursuing MBA at Welingkar Institute of Management and Research Mumbai! Prior to MBA, she donned the hat of Asset manager for almost 3 years. Her interest includes writing articles pertaining to HR Analytics and upcoming trends in HR industry.
Firstly, if I have the power to enforce rules I would educate children at the elementary level by bringing in gender equality subject focusing on both sexes as follows:
1) For boys- Girls are equal as boys in every aspect of life. Ill treatment to females is an offensive act. Girls/Women are not sex objects, they are as human as boys/men.(sex education in place)
2) For girls- Do not demean yourself for the sake of going ahead in life. Girls have equal rights to get educated and lead happy lives. They are not meant to stay at the mercy of men or anyone in the world.
Secondly, if I have the power I will offer grants to women in the form of free education and taking care of their livelihood so that they can stand on their own feet. This would help in putting a barrier to malpractices like women trafficking and flesh trade which encourages the women to get indulged in wrong practices that ruins their life for the sake of money.
Thirdly, starting training centers for girls/women in every city and state where they can be encouraged and trained to love themselves. Depression or Suicides are a common occurrence on small break ups and trivial fights. Training in the form of religion, faith and value creation would help them be strong and independent.
Fourthly, punishment of ‘Hang till death’ for people who indulge in rapes , molestation and other wrong practices because I believe that soul once ruined can never be healed by any government grants!
God has made ‘women’ as givers; they should not be treated as objects. No one must forget that the life of every next individual on this earth is because of a woman! Even though technology has enhanced by heaps and bounds women have lost the power to even love themselves in the race of loving and giving others.
Instead of saying to other people that “please respect women” I would give a message to women themselves “Please love and protect yourself at all times as you are the most beautiful creation of God”
Second Prize [ Sling Bag ] Winner of Women’s Day Giveaway 2015 – Sneha Mittal
An empowered modern day woman pursuing MBA at IIM-Udaipur! She is also a digital marketing enthusiast and food blogger at http://www.genesrecoded.blogspot.in
I would grant the money to something that will straighten the root of all the problems – “EDUCATION”. I believe, more than anything else, we need to concentrate on women empowerment through spreading education. This in turn will help the nation progress along with its women
Third Prize [ Cosmetic Pouch ] Winner of Women’s Day Giveaway 2015 – Sanchita Agarwal
Pursuing M.A. in Human Resource Management & Labour Relations from Tata Institute of Social Sciences! She strongly believes that women must ‘Lean In’ and empower themselves in the corporate setup
Free education for meritorious girls upto 12th standard. Education is the only solution to all economic, social woes , gives insight into political functioning , rights and duties and makes one powerful enough to stand and face everything. Investing in education is indirectly investing in all spheres. So go ahead and promote education
Heartfelt Congratulations to all of you!!!!!