29 January 2013, 4 PM
Museum Compound, Thiruvananthapuram
Welcome Address : Adv. P Kulsu, Chairperson, KSWDC
Presidential Address : Shri. K Muraleedharan, MLA
The Kerala State Women's Development Corporation Ltd. is all set to launch, women friendly electronic boon 'she- toilet'. Our city is about to witness this exclusive and unique 'she- toilet' at 23 prime locations. The exclusivity, women friendliness, facilities, color contrast and the overall attractive exteriors is all enough to grab the attention of the women commuters in the city. It is all capable to end any kind of hygienic apprehensions that used to worry women in the past.
Former Member of Kerala State Women's Commission and Juvenile Welfare Board, Adv. P Kulsu has taken over the charge as Chairperson of The kerala State Women's Development Corporation Ltd. on 27 September 2012.
Adv. P Kulsu was a very active social worker since 1991. She held prominent posts in many prestigious organisations of the State. She has addressed many national and international platforms voicing for the rightful status of women in the society. She was a part of International Conference of Muslim Women held at Malaysia and similar
REACH, the first of its kind of finishing school of The Kerala State Women's Development Corporation Ltd. always stands out for its ways of reaching out to the public. The advertisement, which is to be aired on saturday, the 7 July 2012, is yet another creative enterprise from the KSWDC team to popularize, mainstream and enliven the woman cause.
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The Workshop on ICT awareness for empowering female college students and teachers in Kerala will cover Kasargod, Malappuram and Wayanad districts of the State. The detailed ICTtraining calender of the same is provided below.
Research argues that attitudes towards computers and Information and communication technologies (ICT) are shaped early in primary school and are influenced by peer, teacher and parental attitudes. Students’ interest in computers is linked to the amount of encouragement they receive from parents, teachers, school career counsellors and peers. A study shows that ‘there is mass difference between girls and boys in their appreciation of the importance of computer’.
The capital of the State kicked off the 10th edition of the Pravasi Bharatiya (Kerala) Divas on 9th January 2012 at Gandhi Park, Eastfort. The function was inaugurated by Mr. N. Shaktan, Hon. Deputy Speaker of the Assembly.
This short note is just an observation. I have been quite disturbed by watching the popular dance reality shows produced in Malayalam and broadcast internationally. I was also quite puzzled by a certain contradiction one can see in the way our society understands and imposes sexuality and restriction in public sphere. In prime time, Malayalam reality shows must be a pedophile’s delight where one can see ten-twelve year olds gyrate their pre-puberty bodies to raunchy Malayalam-tamil-hindi songs.
Remember when as a child, you'd go to the store with your parents, and stop at the meat counter? Your dad or mom would move from one to the next, occasionally ask the price or origin of one piece, move on, settle for one, and then proceed to instruct the salesman behind the counter on which pieces to select, asking about cut, origin, commenting on quality, and finally, pay the man and leave. An arranged marriage in India is pretty similar.