10-MAR-2016: The Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College and Hospital (JNMCH), Aligarh Muslim University observed the 'International Women's Day' in a unique way by celebrating birthdays of female infants born in between March 1 and March 8 at the JNMCH.
To accelerate and build momentum for the effective implementation of 2016 theme of International Women's Day of 'Pledge for Parity', the JNMCH appreciated the birth of female children born in labour room, enhancing the self esteem of antenatal women visiting OPDs throughout the international women's week as the prime perspective.
The JNMCH also gave a token of appreciation by providing necessities to the parents of female child born between March 1 and 8. Meanwhile, educational awareness programme highlighting various social taboos like female foeticide, female illiteracy, dowry death, sexual assault, domestic violence were also done in the form of role-play in OPD complex, to spread awareness in general public.
This programme was made successful by five young and dynamic registrars of the department, Dr Neha Jain, Dr Monali Pawar Kumar, Dr Eram Ali, Dr Mehkat Ansari and Dr Rashmi Pathak under the guidance of Prof Seema Hakim, Chairperson, Obstetrics and Gynaecology and other teachers of the department including Prof Noor Afshan Sabzposh, Prof Imam Bano, Prof Tamkeen Rabbani, Dr Zehra Mohsin, Dr Shaheen, Dr Nazia Ishrat, Dr Dalia Rafat, Dr Deeba Khanam, Dr Kalpana Baghel and Dr Fatima Usmani.
Related PicturesMrs Sabiha Simi shah with other guests present at the World Women's Day celebrations at JN Medical College 2
Mrs Sabiha Simi shah with other guests present at the World Women's Day celebrations at JN Medical College
team of Resident doctors of the Department of Gynaecology during the celebrations of International Women's Day