20 Oct 2020-24 Oct 2020|Lucknow

Mission Shakti

Guest Speaker: Dr Vidushi Tyagi,  BAMS, MD

Affiliation: Professor HOD, Ras Shastra & Bahishajya Kalpana (Ayurvedic Pharmaceutics), Shri Krishna Ayush University Kurukshetra

Organized by: Dr. Garima Awasthi, Assistant Professor, AIBL and Dr Ruchi Yadav, Assistant Professor, AIBL

 Brief Report:

Amity Institute of Biotechnology, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Lucknow Campus organized Five day Event from 20th to 24th October, 2020 from 05:15 PM to 06:15 PM (Oath Time of Students : 01:00PM on 20th October 2020) on “MISSION SHAKTI” for the Safety and Honour of Women and Girls, for all the AIB students, faculty and staff.

The day 1 Activity on 20th Oct 2020 was Oath of Students at 1:00 PM and Oath Parents and Orientation Speech by Mr M M Bose, Advocate High Court at 5:15 PM. The Oath of students and parents was organized by Dr Prachi Srivastava, Assistant Professor, AIB_L and Orientation Speech by Mr M M Bose, Advocate High Court was organized by Dr. Garima Awasthi, Assistant Professor, AIB_L.

The Day 2 Activity on 21st Oct 2020 was Webinar/ Counseling Session by Dr Manuka Khanna, Professor, Dept. of Political Science, Lucknow University, Lucknow, organized by Dr Prachi Srivastava, Assistant Professor, AIB_L.

The Day 3 Activity on 22nd Oct 2020 was Physical Education Self Defence by Ms Khushboo, Physical Trainer, organized by Dr Parul Johari, Assistant Professor, AIB_L.

The Day 4 Activity on 23rd Oct 2020 was competitive event; Poster Display organized by Dr Parul Johari, Assistant Professor, AIB_L and Hindi Poem organized by Dr Garima Awasthi, Assistant Professor, AIB_L.

The Day 5 Activity on 24th Oct 2020 was a competitive event; Essay writing organized by Dr Rachana Singh, Assistant Professor, AIBL, and Slogan writing organized by Dr Garima Awasthi, Assistant Professor, AIBL.

All the five day events were organized under guidance of Prof (Dr) Janmejai Kumar Srivastava, Director, AIBL.

More than 500 students, parents, faculties and staff attended the session and 6 to 7 students/teams participated in each competitive event to discuss and present their views and ideas related to Safety and Honour of Women and Girls. The winners and runner ups were also declared in each event. The whole session was recorded and can be made available for future reference.