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GDC Ramgarh, District Police, Samba organize Intra-College debate competition
5/29/2024 10:06:47 PM
Early Times Report
RAMGARH, May 29: Government Degree College, Ramgarh in collaboration with District Police, Samba today organized a thought-provoking Intra-College debate competition on the topic "Crime Against Women: Decreasing in 21 st Century? The competition was held under the able guidance and leadership of Prof. (Dr.) Geetanjali Andotra, the Principal of the College. While addressing the audeince, she appreciated the initiatives and efforts of district police in providing a platform for participants to present diverse perspectives on this critical issue. Vinay Kumar Sharma, SSP Samba was the chief guest, who in his address highlighted that Crime against women is decreasing but the reporting of these cases has been increased. He also added that the priority of Police Department would always to punish the criminals who are involved in crime against women. Moreover he mentioned that it is not always the men who commit crime against women but in many cases women are also responsible particularly in domestic violence cases. In his concluding remarks he said that it is the need of an hour to provide moral and value based education to young generation by their parents and teachers.
The other guests present were SDPO Vijaypur Rohit Gupta and SHO Ramgarh Inspector Jasvinder. The jury members comprised of Prof. Ritu Bhagat, Dept. of Education, GDC Vijaypur, Shri Rohit Gupta SDPO Vijaypur and Inspector Jasvinder SHO Ramgarh.
The function started with the lighting of the lamp ceremony. The event was coordinated by Prof. Brahm Dutt, Program Officer, NSS and Dr. Snobar Convener, Literary Club. The total number of 15 students participated in the debate competition. The participants engaged passionately in support and against the motion, showcasing their research backed view points and critical thinking skills. The debate highlighted the contrasting opinions rooted in current societal, legal and cultural contexts regarding the prevalence of crimes against women. The participants also highlighted various types of crimes which are present in Indian Society like Rape Cases, Sexual Abuse, Domestic Violence, Molestation, Acid Attacks, Kidnapping, Dowry Deaths, Female Foeticides, Restriction on Social and Political Rights, etc.
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