Human Rights Education Cell

Human Rights include the right to life and liberty, freedom from slavery and torture, freedom of opinion and expression, the right to work and education, and many more.  Everyone is entitled to these rights, without discrimination. Keeping these guidelines in the forefront, Nirmala College for Women formed the Human Rights Educational Cell to raise awareness among students about the concept of Human Rights and the importance of it in today’s society. Activities in connection to Human Rights Day happen every year and our college offers Human Rights Certificate course awarded by Bharathiar University after completion of their exams.

  • The vision of the committee is to have the focal point for Human Rights practice in the campus and to be accessible to everyone.
  • To educate and empower students on Human Rights and enable them to exercise their rights and also respect and uphold the rights of others.
  • To inculcate consciousness about the sanctity of Human Rights in our students so that they may respect and promote their own Human Rights and those of others.
  • By supporting each other in and out of the college campus through the awareness of Human Rights and protection of Human Rights by monitoring and accessing the observance of human rights through education and training the students on human rights issues.
  • To promote, preserve and implement human rights through effective institutional policy development, capability building and control of human rights violations.
  • To Promote Human Rights Culture
  • To raise awareness of human rights issues
  • To educate and train the students on human rights
  • To provide accurate and timely information about Human Rights Violation in India.
  • Conduct Seminars and Workshops to raise awareness about Human Rights.
  • Organize guest lectures and seminars by eminent lawyers and social workers.
  • Conduct surveys and formulate case studies to help students understand the concept of Human Rights.
  • Indulge in community integration activities to render service to the helpless and suffering.
  • Empower and encourage students to exercise their rights and responsibilities to the best of their abilities.
  • Outreach programmes
  • Seminars, Workshops and Guest Lectures
  • Visit to Juvenile Courts
  • Visit to Mahila Sessions Court
  • Human Rights Day Celebrations