Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan

University

(Established Under Tamilnadu Private Universities Act, 2019)

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Women’s Cell

Women’s Cell

About Us

The right to equality is protected as a fundamtenal right by the Indian Constitution, which also forbids discrimination and calls for equal opportunity in matters of public employment. Equal treatment of men and women, the right to employment, education, and public benefits in the event of unemployment, old age, illness, or disability, as well as the provision of just and humane working conditions and maternity leave, are significant Directive Principles of State Policy. The Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan University's Women's Cell was created to address the practical concerns of the welfare and equal opportunity for women faculty, staffs and students. Its primary mission is to alleviate,

  • Special requirements and amenities (of the Women faculty, staff and students of the University)
  • Issues resulting from discrimination based on gender.
  • Education lectures and meetings
  • Events to foster networking

Functions

The Dhanalakshmi Srinivasan University's women's cell serves as a counselling and dispute- resolution centre for female students who have complaints about discrimination and gender bias.

  • To notify people about the campus's support services.
  • To inform complainants of the cell's designated informal and formal grievance redress channels.
  • To ensure that issues are resolved fairly and promptly
  • To promote sexual harassment awareness through educational programmes that support and nurture a respectful working and learning environment.

The cell is dedicated to achieving these goals by:

  • Dissemination of information:
  • The cell disseminates information on the protective and welfare measures that are available for women, particularly at the institutional level, what sexual harassment at work is and how to handle it primarily through its web portal as well as through the distribution of printed materials and handouts.

  • Workshops for promoting awareness:
  • For teachers, non-teaching staff, and students, the cell suggests running effective orientation and sensitization programmes. The goal is to foster a friendly environment of shared learning.

  • Counselling:
  • A confidential counselling service is crucial because it offers a place where people may talk openly about problems and events that have touched them.

  • Increasing knowledge through extracurricular activities and guest lectures
  • The cell holds events like debate competitions, essay contests, poster competitions, etc. to spread awareness. Distinguished speakers from NGOs, civil authorities, academics, and subject-matter specialists will occasionally give lectures.

Office Bearers

Head/Co-ordinator

Ms.Dr. A. Thulasi, M.B.B.S., M.S
Dean, Srinivasan Medical College and Hospital.

Members

Prof. A. Pechiammal S
Dean, School of Nursing.

Dr. M. Lakshmi
Associate Professor, School of Engineering&Technology

Dr. J. Pathma
Dean, School of Agricultural Sciences.

Sexual Harassment prevention committee

Grievance Committee

Useful Links

Emergency Helpline

Ms. Priyanka – 9952548589

Contact

Email: womencell@dsuniversity.ac.in