Women’s Conclave 2019 – Cine artistes create a sensation among the young girls of Thrissur

Sargaa, the women’s club of Vidya, and the SAP (Science Awareness Programme) initiative of Vidya jointly organized Women’s Conclave 2019 on 19 January 2019 at Sahitya Academy Hall, Thrissur. Around 200 girls from various schools and colleges participated in the event.

First time ever

This was the first time such an event was happening in Thrissur. The event with the tagline “From Teenage to Womanhood” was directed at improving the achievement motivation of girls. The event was focused on resolving the challenges faced by girls by providing an open platform for discussion.

Presence of Vidhubala and Sravana

The programme was enriched by the presence of two distinguished guests, senior Malayalam artiste Smt Vidhubala and emerging Malayalam cine artiste, Ms Sravana. Smt Vidhubala and Ms Sravana inaugurated the Conclave. Ms Sravana delivered the inaugural address. She explained how together we can achieve more. The greatest realization should be of oneself being alive and that we have the power to go forward. She also narrated tips for success of the young ladies in the audience.

Kathayalla Ithu Jeevitham‘ is a popular television adalat show in Malayalam Television aired in the Amrita TV. It is the tele-replica of Lok Adalat (people’s courts) backed by the Kerala State Legal Services Authority (KELSA), which is constituted to give legal services to the people besides conducting Lok Adalats. Retired judges, famous lawyers and social workers line-up on the judging panel.

Yesteryear actress Vidhubala is the counselor of the show.

Talk on “From Teenage to Womanhood”

The main session on the theme “From Teenage to Womanhood” was handled by Smt Vidhubala. She very beautifully pointed out the various value points in life by connecting them to her own real life stories. She remarked that one of the greatest realization in life should be to understand where one stood in life. Our values were not determined by others but by ourselves. We should uphold a good self esteem. Only then as women we would be able to demand value from others. Just as things might go wrong, we should also have the courage to accept it and say a sorry too. Following the narration of her experiences, there was an interactive session for the audience.

VICT Chairman’s blessings

The event was attended by Mr Sudhakaran Polassery, Chairman, VICT, Er G Mohanachandran, Executive Director, VICT, Dr Latha Raj, Students Welfare and Social Projects Director, Dr Saji C B, Principal,  and Ms Divya Radhakrishnan, Sargaa Convenor.