Sridevi Society of Women Engineers Club (SSWEC) includes the processes of analyzing, monitoring and managing intended and unintended social consequences. Our organization is centered at the passion for our students success and continues to evolve with the challenges and opportunities reflected in today's society. Its primary purpose is to bring about a more sustainable and human environment. We take social responsibility and we influence, advice and develop each other and our environment through dialogue and dissemination of knowledge towards society.
Empower women to reach their pinnacle in careers as engineers, leaders, so as to expand the image of the engineering and technology professions, to inculcate positive thinking in improving the quality of life, to demonstrate the value of diversity and inclusion towards society.
SSWEC activities, helps the students development & appreciation to other person's point of view and also show consideration towards other living beings.
We aspire to the highest level of ethical behavior as evidenced by honesty and dignity in our personal and professional relationships and responsibilities.
We embrace diversity in its broadest interpretation and commit to creating an inclusive environment for all our members and stakeholders. We value the contributions of a diverse membership, which enables SWE to achieve its full potential.
We provide an organization that fosters mentoring and the development of professional and personal networks.
We conduct our activities in a professional manner, demonstrating and demanding the highest standards of business practices.
We share a common definition of success with open, transparent access to information, building mutual respect and confidence in the competence of those with whom we lead, serve and partner with.
Article 1- Name of organization
The name of this organization shall be The Women’s Empowerment Club.
Article 2- Purpose of the Organization
The purpose of this organization shall be to establish a strong community of young women on campus by helping to build character, improve self-awareness, and gain confidence within one self.
|S.No||Name of the member||Designation||Nature|
|1||Dr B L Malleswari||Principal||Chairman|
|2||Dr D Padmavthi||EEE HOD||Convener|
|3||Dr A.Narmada||ECE HOD||Member|
|4||Dr A.Goutami latha||CSE HOD||Member|
|5||Dr U Padmavathi||MBA HOD||Member|
|6||Dr M.Ramasubramanyam||IT HOD||Member|
|7||Dr K.Mohanram||Professor, ECE||Member & Coordinator|
|8||Dr P.Avinash||Professor, IT||Member|
|9||Dr Anantha Krishna||Professor, CSE||Member|
|10||Dr Suneel Kumar||Professor, ECE||Member|
Sridevi women’s society includes the following club1.Green energy club 2.Robotics club 3.IOT connect club 4.Profession connect club 5.Technology sharing club 6.FOSS club 7.Women in management club 8.Toast masters club 9.Science club 10.Business live and economy club 11.Arts and cultural club 12.Business and incubation club
While events like these have nothing to do with academics, they have at least something important to do with a student’s overall learning experience in school.
Social events develop social skills and empathy, the outward oriented dimensions of emotional intelligence. The interactions or conversations elicited by events helps the students to build relationships, understand different perspectives and engage other cultures. Social events provide an opportunity to expand one’s social circle.
Work with no breaks diminishes productivity. It’s good to take one’s mind off the troubles of exams or reports from time to time, something that participating in events can provide. Whether it’s by watching a movie or volunteering for a fundraiser, a “study break” lets students recuperate by focusing on activities that exercise other creative, mental muscles.
Participating in on-campus social events enables students to meet people who share common interests and individuals who can help them academically, or even professionally. Relationship-building is a good habit that students need to learn because the world of work requires aptitude in negotiation, communication and, well, more networking.
SSWEC is best understood as an umbrella framework that embodies the evaluation of all impacts on humans and on all the ways in which people and communities interact with their socio-cultural, economic surroundings. SSWEC thus has strong links with a wide range of specialist sub-fields involved in the assessment of areas such as:1)Community impacts 2)Social impacts 3)Development impacts 4)Gender impacts 5)Health impacts 6)Impacts on indigenous rights 7)Educational impacts 8)Impacts on social and human capital 9)Impacts on societies
As such, comprehensive SSWEC cannot normally be undertaken by a single person, but requires a team approach.
Sridevi women’s engineering college conducted different activities under SSWEC like, “social impacts” refer to the consequences to human population of any public or private actions that alter the ways in which people live, work, play, relate to one another, organize to meet their needs and generally cope as members of the society. Club deals with training of students to build positive attitude and reciprocate the same to the society. Every year the increase of participants from all years in the social activities showing the Impact of students dealing towards society.