Seminar on stress management :-
The art of living community and women cell conducted seminar on stress management on 23d September 2010- The seminar was enlightened by “Didi” Sujata Bansal. She was heartily HOD welcomed by our Dr. Mrs. Mona Nagar and M.C.A HOD Mrs. Shilpa Bhalrao. “Didi” Sujata Bansal emphasized on the ABC (awareness, belongingness, commitment) of our life and asked our students and faculty members to be self aware and enlightened about themselves and the environment they are in. The seminar turned out to be very vibrant and enriching touching many students out of their fears and stress in There lives.
Seminar On Banking & Investment Planning :-
Women Cell Acropolis organized a seminar on “Banking & Investment planning” on l2thAugust at AITR. We were privileged to have Mr. Tarun Mahajan, a renowned Chartered Accountant of Indore, as the speaker. The session started with a floral welcome by the Principal, AITR Dr. Kamal Bharani followed by a brief introduction of the speaker by Mrs. Sumitra Joshi. He told about the importance of savings for today and tomorrow” The Key topics covered during his presentation were Investment avenues in Market, Market Risk, Selection of Investment Plans, Insurance policies, ETF etc. Seminar was extremely beneficial & interactive where Mr. Tarun Mahajan interacted with the audience and discussed about their investment plans and tax related concerns. The program ended with vote of thanks by Ms.Kirti Pancholi and memento by Dr. Mona Nagar, HOD Pharmacy .IV
Seminar on Diet and Nuturation
- Stop taking Packaged food.
- Get at least eight hou6 of sleep a night. Lack of sleeps affects one’s ability to concentrate and makes one feel tired. Sleep deprivation also seems to be connected with weight problems.
- Avoid skipping meals. When a meal is skipped, the subsequent hunger may cause one to overeat.
- Eat breakfast, which helps concentration and increases the likelihood of consuming calcium, folic acid, and vitamin C. These nutrients are often low in the diet of college students.
- Drink water and eat fruit throughout the day. Water is calorie-free and fruits help manage urges to eat and contribute fiber, vitamins, and minerals.
- Exercise regularly. Physical activity helps burn off calories, helps manage stress, and promotes mental and Physical stamina.
- Try the low-calorie, low-fat, and vegetarian options available around campus. As part of a well planned diet, these items can help manage total energy intake and introduce one to items that can become Part of a regular diet.
- Keep low-fat and low-calorie snacks in the dorm room. This will help manage calorie intake when snacking, especially when eating late at night’
The wornen cell organized a health camp
Awareness program on Thalassemia conducted by women cell