International Women’s Day

On the event of International Women’s Day, Vijay Social Welfare Society and Child Development Centre’s Project Manager Mrs. Sangeeta Vijayvargiya, Supervisor Mrs. Neha Vyas, Mrs. Anita Tekchandani, and aanganwadi workers and helpers were rewarded on the stage and thanked for their hard work for the community. Awards, which were a token of appreciation for the groundwork these women have done in the past year, were given to five such social workers who have devoted their year to selfless service to the society, namely Mrs. Sangeeta Vijayvargiya, Mrs. Nidhi Suryavanshi, Mrs. Anuradha Ratnapaarkhi, Mrs. Namrata Savant, and Dr. Lalita Sharma. The organisation also conducted a self-defense camp for young girls on the occasion. Mrs. Tilottama Tare, and Madhuri moyde directors of the organisation, also distributed blankets to the attendees towards the end of the event.

Mrs. Diksha Moyde presented the vote of thanks. We would also like to thank and acknowledge respected members of the society who helped us in making the event successful, namely Mrs. Shweta Pandit, Mr. Vishal Pandit, Mrs. Sonali Barvey, Mrs. Rupali Trivedi and Mr. Vaibhav Trivedi.

Vijay Sankalp

Women face a lot of problems in their day to day life. It may be because of the lack of knowledge about their rights or because of the lack of awareness amongst them, that they deserve a happy and wholesome life. The increase in crime rates against women, calls for their protection and to give them knowledge on how they can protect themselves and the practise where some women choose to silently suffer in the crisis can only be removed if they are made to believe that they have their own rights to life and happiness.

Vijay Social welfare Society aims at creating a better and happy environment for women, with the mission of developing concern and creating overall development and growth of underprivileged women, who must be helped to realise their potential to lead a dignified life.
It is our duty to help other women in understanding where they must actually be standing in the society and what all can they do. A famous quote, “Educate a man and you educate an individual. Educate a woman and you educate a family.” asserts to this.

VSWS creates awareness and helps women through different programmes like “Vijay Sankalp” and “Vijay Nirog”, projects like these aim at providing classes to the children and women on various skills like personality development, and also trainings like self-defence so as to help them become self-dependent and self sufficient and also, spreads awareness on health, hygiene, sex- education etc. As a part of this initiative, we are taking a foot forward to spread awareness among these women about their basic Rights that are provided to them under our Legal System and to help them understand the rights.

The Contents of the following document are , the stats and data on women’s present status in India, their Constitutional Rights, their Legal Rights under different laws, their Marital Rights, and other rights like Right of Parental Home and Maintenance and so on.

Sunday utilization

Parent’s counselling and distribution of stationery for their new session….