Women Empowerment cell has been established in the college in order To protect the women staff and students associated with the college From all sorts of injustice or sexual harassment of any nature Directly or indirectly. SWCET aims at empowering and orienting Women to recognize their true potential and to help them attain their own stand in a competing world. The cell has been established in order to empower and protect the women staff and students associated with the college from any sort of injustice.


  • To help them raise their voice against all sorts of discrimination and harassment.
  • To make them aware of their rights.
  • To provide them the education which they deserve.
  • To make them self dependent.
  • To help them change their mindset and develop decision making abilities.
  • Empowering women to attain emotional,physical and mental freedom to withstand the changing phase of their life.
  • To provide a platform for listening to complaints.
  • To promote a culture of respect and equality for female gender.
  • To inculcate entrepreneurial attitude among young girls, scientists at the earliest so that they can be “job givers” not “job takers”.
  • To mould potential women in the campus to achieve thriving milestones of success.
  • To enhance the self-esteem and self-confidence of women students,faculty and staff in the college.
  • To ensure personality along with academic development of students.


The women Empowerment Cell can punish the guilty in the following ways:

  • Verbal
  • Written
  • Complaint to their parents
  • Fine(Financial Punishments)
  • File the FIR to the police (If the situation arises).
  • Expelling from the college as per the


Women empowerment in India cannot be compared with that in other countries. Women were highly respected in the Vedic ages. The focus on women’s education was never absent. The word ‘sahadharmini’ was known from the Vedic days. Sahadharmini means – equal partner. It is thus very clear that women in India in ancient days enjoyed respect, education and reverence. As time passed the Indian culture was contaminated with the conservative Middle Eastern and British culture. As a result, the power and respect that women enjoyed were lost. Gradually after independence, women started regaining the lost power. Today women are everywhere. The country saw its female Prime Minister and President, the country has many eminent female sportspeople like Saina Nehwal or P.T Usha, the country has been blessed with talented women scientists like A. Chatterjee or B Vijayalakshmi. Women are joining the combat forces in India without any hesitation. However, many women in India are still finding it hard to come out of the clutches of patriarchy – particularly in the rural sector. The empowered women must urge these women to raise voices, protest and seek help from the authorities.


 Gender balancing through Women empowerment. 

Telangana State Commission for Women provides legislative measures to the state government for a better and equal society. Gender equality through the participation of women in all spheres with dignity.

The Telangana State Commission for Women is constituted to improve the status of Women and to enquire into unfair practices affecting Women, and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.


Women of Telangana State to have gender equality, gender justice for holistic development and achieve Sustainable Development Goals by accessing their rights and entitlements.

Functions of the Commission

  • The Women’s Commission works to improve the lives and defend the rights of
  • Promotes Gender-sensitive policies to eliminate discrimination against Women
  • Advocates their inclusion and participation in various developmental programs of Government.
  • Ensures that their voices are heard from the local to global level and in various international forums.
  • The empowerment is the surest way for the greater well being of Women through programs like gender sensitization in


  • Inspire, equip and support women to discover and realize their full potential.
  • Creating meaningful opportunities, enabling environment, resources, skill development for women to improve their lives, reduce disparities and vulnerabilities especially from marginalized sections.
  • Facilitate and coordinate women’s welfare and socio-economic development programs and schemes through easy access to the repository of knowledge, data, information.
  • Carry out research, gender budgeting, inter-sectoral convergence and forge synergy among various stakeholders for holistic development of women.

Contact Info Women’s Commission:

The Commission initiates the following actions:

  • Call for counselling
  • Advice to approach the concerned authorities
  • Refer to Police for quick relief to the victim
  • Refer to concerned authorities to conduct an enquiry and to take appropriate
  • Refer to protection officers to file the case under Domestic Violence

What is the nature of the cases that are reported to the Women’s Commission?                                                                                                                    

  •  Domestic Violence / Dowry Harassment / Dowry Death / Family disputes
  • Sexual Harassment at Workplace / Work Place Harassment
  • Women Harassment / Eve-teasing
  • Service matters
  • Missing / Rape / Kidnap
  • Cyber Crime Against Women
  • Police apathy against Women
  • Trafficking / Prostitution of Women
  • Gender Discrimination including equal right to education & work
  • Outraging modesty of Women
  • Indecent Representation of Women
  • Bigamy / Polygamy

Helpline Numbers

Police 100
Emergency Service 108
Emergency Medical Care 104
Women’s Helpline 181
Children’s Helpline 1098
Anganwadi Helpline 155209
Women’s Protection Cell 9059693448
Bharosa, Hyderabad 040-27852355
Elderly Helpline 14567 / 1800-572-8980


Coordinator -Dr. G. Kalaimani