planning:Two-day all-India activist practice class of women cadre of All India National Educational Federation concluded

The All India Worker Practice Class of Women Cadre of All India National Educational Federation was held online on 14 and 15 August 2020. In this All India Women Worker Practice Class, Vice President of Women Cadre, Dr. Kalpana Pandey briefed all the participants about the organization’s journey, mission and organizational structure. Priyamvada Saxena, in-charge of the women cadre, shared the programs organized by the organization and the inspiration behind them with all the participants. Workers were guided by two distinguished guests in the exercise class.

Padma Shri Ms. Nivedita Bhide, Vice President of Vivekananda Kendra Kanyakumari conferred with Padma Shri gave a lecture on the role of women in the organization. He emphasized on time planning, patience and working with individual strength and collective efforts in the organization. Quoting the views of Swami Vivekananda, he said that the Sapta Shakti of a woman is mentioned in the Bhagavad Gita. We need to quote them in life. Nivedita Bhide stressed that the work of the organization should not be considered as event management as it is necessary to keep trying here.

Vice Chancellor of Bhagat Phool Singh Women’s University, Prof. Sushma Yadav gave her views on the contribution of women in nation building. In her address, she inspired the mother power and said that mother power is the creator of the baby and the foundation of the nation. Said to take inspiration from the call of the best leadership of the nation under the circumstances and discharge its role in creating a self-reliant India.

Members of 24 states participated in the
program, Dr. Nirmala Yadav, Additional General Secretary of the Women’s Cadre, welcomed the distinguished guests. At the end of the program, Women Cadre Secretary Dr. Geeta Bhatt thanked the distinguished guests. The program was conducted by Joint Minister Mamata DK. In the exercise class, the National President of ABRSM, Prof. JP Singhal, National General Minister Shivanand Sindenkera and National Organization Minister Mahendra Kapoor were present in the workshop. Women cadres of 145 state executive from 24 states across the country along with women cadre ministers Priyanka Kumari and Vibha Kumari from Bihar in the workshop ran away. ABRSM has three lakh women activist members from affiliated organizations across the country.