Mangaluru: It’s always nice to be a WOMAN – don’t you think so? Women get first preference when staying in a queue You will be given seats specially reserved for women when traveling on the bus and on Ladies Night in the pubs & Lounges they get free alcohol – what more could you ask for? And that’s the good thing about being a woman while men have to cross their fingers and admire or be jealous and wait for someone to come up with an International Men’s Day? Well This year the theme of International Women’s Day (8 March) “Women in Leadership Positions: Achieving an Equal Future in a COVID-19 World” highlights the tremendous efforts of women and girls around the world to create an equitable future and recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic and address the remaining gaps forth

The unrestricted and effective participation and leadership of women in all walks of life drives progress for all.Nevertheless, women are still underrepresented in public life and in decision-making. Women have also been at the forefront as employees in the fight against COVID-19 Frontline and in the health sector, as scientists, doctors and caregivers, when women lead, we see positive results.Some of the most efficient and exemplary responses to the COVID-19 pandemic have been led by women, and women, especially young women, stand online and on the streets for Social justice, climate change and equality in all parts of the world at the forefront of various and inclusive movements.This is why this year’s International Women’s Day is a rallying call for equality between generations to act for an equal future for all

Mangaluru had the privilege of celebrating International Women’s Day (IWD), this seaside town celebrated for its resourceful teaching wives and non-teaching at the CBSE school St Aloysius Gonzaga is known to attend IWD Celebration It was a great day to celebrate the amazing women in your life, but International Women’s Day gave an extra reason to do just that Celebrated on March 6th (but the school announced it on March 6th Celebrated March) and encourages all people to actively choose to “celebrate women’s accomplishments, raise awareness of women’s equality, advocate accelerated gender equality, and raise funds for charities that focus on Focusing Women Feminism is not about making women strong. Women are already strong. It’s about changing the way the world perceives that strength. Women are the real architects of society

Where there is a woman, there is magic – and this is what the teachers and non-teaching staff at St Aloysius Gonzaga with beautiful young women, caring mothers, caring grandmothers, wonderful daughters, adorable sisters and wonderful women A welcoming address by teacher Ms. Aparna Suresh, Assistant Director Jacintha Anitha D’costa stated, “International Women’s Day is a time to reflect on progress made, to demand change and to celebrate courageous and determined actions by ordinary women who have played an extraordinary Role in the history of their countries and communities “

“Woman is a personification of love, resilience, strength and beauty, and although her existence should be celebrated every day; but to mark their posts; We dedicated International Women’s Day to her. This day is celebrated to observe the success of women and participate in cultural, political, social and economic development. It is also recognized to pay attention to women’s rights and gender equality Before the special day we are here with its history and significance. 1977 the United Nations recognized the day and celebrated the day as International Women’s Day, ”added Ms. D’costa

To make this festive day an unforgettable experience, the main guest was Ms. Shalini Aiyappa, an outstanding personality, an inspiration for everyone with her amazing career, the Assistant Professor and HoD for Psychology at St Aloysius College in Mangaluru is a member of the American Psychological Association; : Life Member of the Indian School Psychology Association, which has presented countless research papers in national and international journals, was the right person to deliver the keynote address on the topic of “Work-life balance”

Ms. Shalini Aiyappa said, “On this Women’s Day, let’s think about the concept of ‘balance’ Balance between work and life We have to create this “balance” for ourselves Balance is an attitude, it remains fluid and flexible, a cycle, not a success that is achieved over time and not every day. Balance is a feeling, a limit management , Make decisions and enjoy decisions How do you get that balance? By being mindful and not mindful, it’s okay to be imperfect to put yourself at the top of the list – the to-do list, maintaining relationships for good health, balancing our passions, balancing our feelings and letting go “In an interaction with the audience, she answered some questions the teachers asked her. Ms. Shalini also encouraged the audience to read Rachel Hollis’ book GIRL, STOP APOLOGIZING

In his presidential address, Father Melwyn Anil Lobo, SJ-Principal said: “Today is an opportune opportunity to have the opportunity to recognize the importance of women and the hard work they have put into every aspect of their lives Seldom Recognized or Accepted In the first place, it is a chance to see how much change has been achieved Let’s not forget that women now have opportunities that our mothers and grandmothers could only dream of, and we have to celebrate, and it is a significant time for that so today is a day that I think of my mother who cares looked after our family after we lost our father when I was just 11 months old, and I know the sacrifices my mother made in raising our family – she is a role model for our family and everyone who knew her “

“Modern women are no longer dependent on men. In all respects, she is strong and confident and able to do something that equals men. We should also respect each of them, not because of their gender, but because of their own identities We must agree that both women and men contribute equally to the development of the home and community. Women are not just “giving birth”, women have their own identity, let’s not forget. Furthermore, every woman is amazing regardless of where she works, at home or in the office We must respect and recognize the achievements of women in their lives and contribute to the happiness of other women and those around them. We thank our teachers and non-teaching staff for their hard work and contribution to our school and ours Students, ”added Father Melwyn

After his speech, Father Melwyn, out of gratitude and love, presented all of the nearly 60 teachers and non-teachers with colorful greeting cards that put a smile on their faces, while some blushed when they received the card from their boss? The thank-you vote was held by teacher Laurel D’souza, and the program was led by a PROUD MAN among the PROUD WOMEN, music teacher Arthur Lobo

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