BBA students break the taboo around menstruation with inclusive awareness program

  • March 1, 2023

The BBA eight semester (2018 Batch) collaborated with the DCE Department to organize a program called “Awareness on Menstruation & its Sustainability” with the aim of including both male and female students in the discussion about menstruation and its related products. The program included informative discussions on menstrual health and the importance of sustainable menstrual products, as well as participative, interactive, and entertaining programs like talent shows, food challenges, and fun games.

The program was well-attended, with the Principal, Vice Principal, Chief Administrative Officer, BBA Program Coordinator, and other faculties . All students who participated in the program were involved in at least one event, making it a highly inclusive and engaging experience for everyone involved.

The Principal presented certificates of appreciation to the organizers and volunteers, expressing gratitude for their efforts in creating such a valuable program. Overall, the program was successful in promoting awareness about menstruation and sustainable menstrual products, and breaking the taboo around the topic.