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CONTENTS:
1. LEGACY OF P.V.K.K. INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
2. CHIEF GUEST MESSAGE Dr.Prasanthi, Professor, JNTU A
3. GUEST OF HONOR MESSAGE- Mrs.Padmaja,Vice President of Bar
Association, Anantapuramu

4. EDITORS DESK
5. LIST OF EDITORIAL MEMBERS
6. POEMS: 1. College Girl Keerthana and Kousalya
2. You are called -- Sunitha
3. She means to me-K.Sai Sandeep

7. SHORT STORIES: 1. Save a Girl Child C.Madhuri Bai


2. How delicate you are? Mrs.Haripriya

8. ARTICLES:
1. Girl Child Future of India-- CB Neelima
2. History of womens day-- S.Malathi
3. Women Era on the Eve of womenRaghunandan
4. Women Empowerment: challenges and prospectsM.Dhanalakshmi
5. Why do women sufferSai Swaroopa Lakshmi
6. Women Empowerment Mrs.Sunanda
7. I see many Goddesses B.Karteek Shankar
8. Women in the Constitution S.A.Masood

9. TIPS CORNER: 1.Health tips for womenParvathi


2. Beauty tips for womenRaja Rajeswari

10. QUOTES CORNER: 1.Quotes on women--Y Suparna


2. Sweet words for women--Dr.Pavani

11. BIOGRAPHIES: 1. Malala YousafzaiSri Vidhya


2. Madam CurieN.Bhargavi
3. Sudha ChandranGayathri
4. Mother Teresa M.Sreenath

12. DEBATE:
1. Beauty Contests Shaik Shafista
2. Whom should a women need-Father,Husband & Son -- Priyanka

13. FACTS: Her Facts -- Varalakshmi


14. JOKES-- Gnaneswari
15. TOUNGE TWISTERS: Tongue Twisters-Uma Sree
16. QUIZ
17. TELUGU ARTICLES
18. SINDHURA MADAM GREETINGS
19. OUR SPECIAL GRATITUDE
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LEGACY OF PVKK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY


PVKK Institute of Technology is the brain child of Dr. Palle Raghunatha Reddy Garu,
Who is the Chairman of "Sri Balaji Educational Society" which runs more than 40 Educational
Institutions across the Anantapuramu district in Andhra Pradesh.
PVKK Institute of Technology is a Self-financed, Unaided Co-Education Institution established
in 2008. The Institution is established with an objective of imparting quality technical education
along with the requisite personality traits and thereby to carve young Indians into dynamic and
most talented engineers matching the needs of the contemporary industries of software and core
sector.
The College is a little away (just 3 km) from the din and bustle of Anantapuramu city. The
college offer B.Tech programmes in 5 branches of Engineering- Civil, Computer Science,
Electronics and Communications, Electrical and Electronics and Mechanical. The college also
offers 6 Post Graduate programmes in Digital Electronics & Communications Systems,
Computer Science Engineering, Structural Engineering, Electrical Power Systems,CAD/CAM
and MBA.
The college is setup with state-of-the-art instructional and infrastructural facilities. The main
forte of the college is its well experienced, erudite and committed faculty members. The campus
has spacious play grounds and encourages sports such as cricket, basket-ball, football, volleyball,
throw ball etc., The College has well furnished hostel for both Boys and Girls within the campus.
The College provides transport facility from Anantapuramu city for day-scholars.
MISSION
"Developing academically and technically sound employable human resources by imparting
quality education of high standards to translate our vision into a reality"
VISION
"To be the most preferred destination for high quality technical education for Undergraduate
and Post graduate studies in the region"

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MESSAGE-1
Greetings to every one!
International Womens Day is a special occasion for all of us to organize activities to inspire
women and celebrate their achievements. Empowering women is empowering the family and in
turn empowering the society, thereby strengthening the whole human race. In fact, everyone is to
be involved in making gender equality happen and maintain it in all aspects of life.As a matter of
fact, the Government of India has adopted a policy of zero tolerance towards gender based
violence and harassment in the educational institutions. It has rolled out many sensitization
programs to uplift their general status in the society and research oriented programs exclusively
for women.I am glad to be part of this function arranged at your esteemed institution which has a
Women Correspondent cum Secretary par excellence, a standing example to show cause the
women empowerment. It augurs well with this years UN theme Make it happen.
With best wishes,

G PRASANTHI
Co-ordinator, Women Empowerment Cell, JNTUA,Ananthapuramu,& Professor of
Mechanical Engineering, JNTUA College of Engineering, Ananthapuramu.

MESSAGE-2
Mrs. PADMAJA, Vice President of Bar Association, Anantapuramu.
Congratulations to all!
Its a great joy to be a part of womens day celebrations in PVKK.Our progress of our
nation can be said by the progress of women. It gives me jubilant feeling that the working of
women and empowerment and the activities of your women in your institution shows that this
nation can see a brighter future where women can enjoy all the rights. And they can live without
any fear. I really appreciate the management, principal and the women empowerment cell for
launching a magazine for the first time specially on women. I whole heartedly wish the
institution to touch the heights of sky.

WISH YOU ALL THE BEST

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Editors Desk
It is with much joy and anticipation that we celebrate the launch of biannual magazine CANAVASImagine to Explore Invention. It gives a wonderful experience
to work with this prestigious PVKK institute of Technology. Our goal is to create a new forum in
the campus for exchange of information on all aspects of Human Civilization, History, Science,
Technology, Creative Imagination etc., No doubt it is an excellent platform where all the student
friends can exhibit their talents.
On behalf of the editorial team I would like to congratulate all the authors who
have contributed their mind pieces and also we extend a heartfelt thanks to the Dr. PALLE
RAGHUNATHA REDDY Chairman Sir, Palle Uma Madam, The Principal and All the Members
of Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff who guided and supported us for designing this Magazine.
Our special thanks to the M.D. of i-versa Palle Kishore Sir and Sindhura Madam. Our special
thanks to K.Inthiyaz and D.Ramana Naik who have supported us for designing this magazine.
The first magazine CANVAS speaks about women I hope the readers can enjoy
every piece of the writers. We appreciate your feedback for this magazine and look forward for
your more contribution for the coming edition.
C.B.NEELIMA
AND
ALL EDITORIAL MEMBERS

CANVAS means
C -- Confronting your
A -- Admirable Abilities
N -- Novel Ideas
V -- Visionary Views
A -- Attractive Thoughts
S -- Searching Minds
WHERE YOU CAN INCORPORATE ON PVKK CANVAS.

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EDITORIAL MEMBERS
Chief Advisor:
Dr. P. Mallikarjuna Reddy,Principal
Managing Editor:
K. Sreekanth Reddy, Management Representative
Editorial Consultant:
S. Syed Akhil, Vice Principal
Executive Editor:
C.B. Neelima, CRT
EDITORIAL ASSOCIATES
D.Shafi, Principal IC Diploma Courses

Sheik Shafista (1st CSE)

M. Ravi Shankar ( HOD,CIVIL)

Y. Suparna (3rd ECE)

G.N.S. Vaibhav (HOD, EEE)

N.Bhargavi (3rd ECE)

L.Balasubramanyam (HOD, MECH)

C. Madhuri Bai (ECE)

V. Venkateshwara Reddy (HOD, ECE)

S. Tejaswini(1st ECE)

V. Dilip Venkata Kumar (HOD, CSE)

N. Usha Rani (3rd ECE)

Dr. B. Raghavendra Prasad (HOD, MBA)

J. Gowthami (1st CSE)

N. Gowri Prasad (HOD, H & S)

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1. COLLEGE GIRL
Walking up rise and shine
Ready to work dont have much time
The sun constantly shines
Tonight turns into light
Im getting ready to learn a new chapter
Preparing for a new life
Ive waited too long and now its here
The world awaits me for I am the future
I worked days and nights to get this far
Theres no turning back
I want to be all I can be
I want to see all I can see
I want to be the voice of the next future
I want to guide the next generation
I dream of educating the hungry
I inspire to be a success story
I know how long it will take
I know what my future looks like
I can see a bright life ahead
My nights have officially turned into days
I go and out of classrooms
Being fed the knowledge of success
I hope the way live been fed I can feed the same knowledge

By
KEERTHANA & KOUSALYA

IV-EEE

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2. YOU ARE CALLED

















WOMAN IN ENGLISH
STHREE IN HINDI
MAHILA IN TELUGU
PENIN IN TAMIL
ANGINA IN MALAYALAM
BANITHA IN BENGALI
YUVN (YUVAIKA) IN GREEK
HEMBRA IN SPANISH
MINNARES IN DUTCH
NAMORADA IN PORTUGUESE
BAYAN IN TURKEY
DONNA IN ITALIAN
FEMME IN FRENCH
KVINNA IN KOREAN

IN WHICH EVER NAME BE YOU CALLED


YOU ARE THE SOURCE OF ALL GENERATIONS
SALUTE FOR YOU FOREVER

By
G.SUNITHA

2nd CIVIL

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3. SHE! MEANS TO ME


















She leaves her NAME.


She leaves her PARENTS.
She leaves her HOME.
She leaves her LOCALITY.
She lives with HER HUSBAND.
She adds FAME HER HEIR.
She CHANGES A LOT.
She bears THE PAIN.
She almost give up her life at the time of GIVING BIRTH TO CHILD.
She bears ALL THE BURDEN FROM WOMB TO TOMB OF HER CHILD.
She does everything COOKING,TEACHING,TAKING CARE OF HER
INLAWS,BRINGING UP HER
CHILD,CARING,ADVISING,MAINTAINING
RELATIONSHIPS,MAINTAINING HOME what not everything she does
everything that BENEFITS TO HER CHILD.
She always wants to MAKE HER SPOUSE HAPPY.
NO ONE can play HER ROLE.
She shows HER LOVE TOWARDS HER SPOUSE IN EVERY STAGE.
She is the EMBODIMENT OF LOVE.
No doubt she acts as GODDESS IN THE ABESENCE OF INVISIBLE GOD.

By:
K.SAI SANDEEP
1ST Year (CSE)

4. SAVE GIRL CHILD


(Short Story)
A man stopped at a flower shop to order some flowers to be wired to his mother who lived 200
miles away. As he got of his car he noticed a young girl sitting on the curb sobbing.He asked her
what was wrong and she replied, I wanted to buy a red rose for my mother.But I only have 75
cents, and a red rose cost 2 dollars.The man smiled and said, come on you in with me. Ill buy
you a rose.He bought the little girl her rose and ordered his own mothers flowers. As they were
leaving he offered the girl a ride home. She said, yes, please! You can take me to my mother.
She directed him to a cemetery, where she placed the rose on a freshly dug grave. The man
returned to the flower shop, cancelled the wire order picked up a bouquet and drove the 200
miles to his mothers house.

By
C MADHURI BAI
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III-ECE

5. HOW DELICATE YOU ARE?


(Short Story)
Once upon a time there was a prince who wanted to marry a princess; but she would
have to be a real princess. He travelled all over the world to find one, but nowhere could he get
what he wanted. There were princesses enough, but it was difficult to find out whether they
were real ones. There was always something about them that was not as it should be. So he
came home again and was sad, for he would have liked very much to have a real princess.
One evening a terrible storm came on; there was thunder and lightning, and the rain poured
down in torrents. Suddenly a knocking was heard at the city gate, and the old king went to open
it.
It was a princess standing out there in front of the gate. But, good gracious! what a sight the
rain and the wind had made her look. The water ran down from her hair and clothes; it ran down
into the toes of her shoes and out again at the heels. And yet she said that she was a real
princess.
Well, we'll soon find that out, thought the old queen. But she said nothing, went into the bedroom, took all the bedding off the bedstead, and laid a pea on the bottom; then she took twenty
mattresses and laid them on the pea, and then twenty eider-down beds on top of the mattresses.
On this the princess had to lie all night. In the morning she was asked how she had slept.
"Oh, very badly!" said she. "I have scarcely closed my eyes all night. Heaven only knows
what was in the bed, but I was lying on something hard, so that I am black and blue all over my
body. It's horrible!"
Now they knew that she was a real princess because she had felt the pea right through the
twenty mattresses and the twenty eider-down beds.
Nobody but a real princess could be as sensitive as that.
So the prince took her for his wife, for now he knew that he had a real princess; and the pea
was put in the museum, where it may still be seen, if no one has stolen it. There, that is a true
story.

By
Mrs.HARI PRIYA
Asst.Professor
Dept.Of Mechanical

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6. GIRL CHILD-FUTURE OF INDIA


-C.B.NEELIMA, CRT

India is growing powerfully in every field. Today, the boom in economy, innovative
technologies and improved infrastructure has become nations pride. The country has witnessed
advancement in all fields but bias against a girl child is still prevailing.
A child is a beam of sunlight from the infinite and external, with possibilities
of virtue and vice. Where a child lives in freedom, real development there exists. Preservance
and inspiration often leads to privilege but with one hard work and dedication there will be no
success. The hardest profession to take in life is being a girl child. Discrimination and
disprecipancy are two most important factors that hamper the journey of every female from the
earliest stage of life. Starting from her Preservance into her mothers womb to infancy, childhood
and finally to adulthood, she is outnumbered by the made dominating society of the country.
India is a country where social disadvantage out weights natural biological
advantage of being a girl. A whole range of discriminatory practices including female feticides,
female infanticide, female genital mutilation, son idolization, early marriage and dowry system
have previewed the future of the nation. In India, discriminatory practices have greatly
influenced the health and well being of girl child, resulting in a higher mortality rate .It is
believed that every year 12 million girls are born in the country but unfortunately only 1/3 of
them survive. Some killed in the womb, some at the time of birth. Some die due to ill health and
some due to poor nutritional status. Only few members of girls are able to survive till their 15th
birthday.
Female feticide and infanticide are the most popular social evils prevailing in our
country. This evil is due to poverty, illiteracy and gender discrimination. The country fails to
understand, how A mother can be so ruthless and vulnerable. It is said that God created
mothers because he could not be present everywhere. In India there are many Goddesses where
people worship o lot. Even our nations name carries a woman in it as BHARATHA
MAATHA. In olden days there was a belief that, if a girl is born goddess LAKSHMI is born.
It is unbelievable to realize that god representative is being killed even before she can come out
and see the beauty of nature. Its painful to see that the treatment still exists in various parts of
the country. States like Maharashtra, Haryana, Rajasthan, Tamilnadu and Punjab are most
popular for practicing female feticide and infanticide.
The evil practices are influencing the nutritional status of a girl child as
per the latest Indias. There about 75 millions malnourished children. It is estimated that 75% of
the total malnourished children are girls who show signs of chronic and acute malnutrition.
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Exacerbate discrimination against females for nutritions and education has led to increase in
child marriages, reduction in fertility rates and population growth, potentially womens
participation in nurturing the future of every nation.

The government of India taking different steps to wipe out these evils from our map
likes 35% reservation for woman, Beti Bachao programs,Bangaru Thalli scheme etc.,
We are proud to be a citizen of India .The need of the hour is to
realize our responsibilities and half the evil crimes .A determined drive can create a spark just
the lamp and show to the world that we are all part of this great country.
Girl child is the future of every nation and India is no exception. A
little amount of care, a handful of warmth and a heart full of love for a girl child can make a big
difference close your eyes, free your thoughts and hear the low voice of it is saying something to
all of us,save me.
Lastly here is saying Bitter are the tears of a child;
Sweeten them.
Deep are the thoughts of a child;
Quite them.
Sharp the grief of a child;
Take it from her.
Soft the heart of child;
Do not harden it.

7. History of womens day (March 8th)


The International womens day was started a century ago; The foundation for
this movement was a revolution caused by the female workers on those days. In 1909 the first
national level womens day was conducted on February 28th by American people.
Later, in 1909 the first international womens day was celebrated. This occasion
was followed by European Union in 1911 of March 19th. During the period of 1913, Russia had
conducted the womens day by opposing the First World War.
In 1914 on March 8th all the European countries condemn the world war and
most of the women had participated in rallies for promoting peace. The tradition was continued
by the Soviet Union and European countries by conducting the womens day on every year of
last Sunday in the month of February. After a long period the united nation organization (UNO)
had declared that 1975 is the year which is dedicated to all the women in the world. Also they
have celebrated womens day on march 8th in that year itself. Later in the year 1977, the UNO
identified women as a power in the society and declared March 8th as the world womens day.
From that beginning, without any consideration of nations, traditions and
languages all over the world is celebrating the womens day, on March 8th of every year.
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By
S.MALATHI
Asst.Professor
Dept.of ECE

8. WOMEN ERA ON THE EVE OF


WOMENS INTERNATIONAL DAY
Where the women honored there the Gods appear. This is true in this aspect. They
should create events in history. They maintained the family in an excellent manner. They stood
for affection, devotion, commitment and everything without the women there is no life. We
could see her as a daughter, daughter-in-law, mother, sister-in-law, granddaughter, aunt and as a
wife. So, she should be given much prominence in the society.
They were equal to us. They were advancing well in the society by doing social service to
human beings by driving autos in cities, driving the aero planes, doing social services to the
human beings, women welfare officers and also serving people by acting as police personal
creating a great record in the history.
Safety should be given in the society education should also be given to her. Parents
should see equal whether a female child or a male child police personal should take action
immediately when they lost their lives in other way and punish the victims.
With this only we should give a reward to her. She is as sensed as heroine in our lives and
sacrifice entire life to us. I wish a happy and cheerful womens International day.

By
R.RAGHUNANDAN
Professor of English

9. WOMEN EMPOWERMENT: CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS


India, the sub-continent, is indubitably a great country of miscellaneous
cultures, traditions, religions, castes and geographical characteristics. However, India is even
known for its sobriquet male-chauvinistic nation. Its Bharath Maatha who is in turn a woman
that serves as the mother of every Indian. While such a woman looks after every Indian child,
women in general are simply being disregarded at the dominant mens best. Men ought not to
forget the fact that men are in Women. Women are no less than men in India in any sector.
Women are not what they really were. Some decades ago, women were limited to the kitchen.
Today, Indian women have made their presence felt virtually in every field. Women have
ultimately come out of their saree image and entrap the nation by dint of their hard work and
power. Women empowerment is in fact the ability of women to exercise full control over once
actions. Empowerment of women in India is conspicuous by many new examples. But is that all?
Are only those women empowered? If not, how about rest of the Indian women world? Are the
common women vested with powers to revolution? These above questions, if posed to our so
called lead as, would simply be parried. Women have become marionettes in the hands of them
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delegating power or an authority to a women seemed astonishing to our governing bodies


ironically, our country our leaders and governing bodies in particular, are being ruled by Smt.
Sonia Gandhi who is the women. Smt.Mamathe Banarjee is the railway minister of India and is
working hard to improve the image of Indian railway. Smt. Mayavathi who is the minister of

Uttar Pradesh and president of the Bahujan samaj party is the most influential name in the Indian
politics. Smt. Pratibha devising patil is the first women president of India and is actively working
for the upliftment of Indian women. The year 2009 witnessed the history written moments in
Smt. Meira kumari became the first Indian women to hold the office of the Loksabha speaker.
when women are the advisor, the lords of creation dont take the advice till they have
persuaded themselves that it is just what they intended to do; then they act upon it and if it
succeeds they give the weaker vessel half the credit of it; if fails, they generously give herself the
whole.
Women empowerment can be achieved chiefly through health and education.HEALTH
IS WEATH. Basic sanitation facilities, adequate medical camps, government health schemes
would be conducive to bring about a major change. According to national literacy mission,
referring to the last census held in 2001, the percentage of female literacy in the country is
54.16%. it is noticed that female literacy rate has also increased from 8.86% in 1951 to 54.16%.
it is noticed that the female literacy rate during the period 1991-2001 increased by 14.87%
various male literacy rate rose by 11.72% enrollment of girls in schools makes a huge difference
in transforming the nation.
Women are no less than outstanding, be it in business, politics, entertainment, sports or
whatever they must be provided with ardent invigoration and their spirits must be kept high to
term from the dictionary. Like Sarojini Naidu, Jhansi Lakshmi Bai and Indira Gandhi who
exemplified women empowerment with their deeds, let us expect many more epitomes of such
personality traits.

By
M.DHANA LAKSHMI
III-ECE

10. WHY DO WOMEN SUFFER???


In modern Indian country is fast emerging as a global power but for half of
its population. The women across the country. Struggle to live life with dignity continues.
Women, irrespective of their class, caste and educational status, are not safe in the modern
society women have been the victims of exploitations since long time in different fields in their
life both physically, socially, mentally and economically. There are several causes of abuse
which are very often highlighted by the media in Indian modern society, and a lot of those also
remain unexplored. Although, such violence against women, sexual harassment, and exploitation
to women is not of recent origin, its trace is found in the history of ancient India. Women are
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facing many problems in every sphere of life whether employment, access to health care or
property rights. India is fast developing and but womens in India continue to be discriminated.
Women are being harassed at work places and tortured in family and society. In Indian family
the man is the master and women the inferior and subordinate partner and societal pressure force

women to maintain this status quo. Wife beating is the most prevalent form of violence against
women in the Indian society and it is viewed as a general problem of domestic discord.
Though the status of women in India, both historically and socially has been
one of the respect and reverence, but the hard truth is that even today. They are struggling for
their own identity, shouting for diffusion of their voices and fighting for their own esteem. Every
day, they cross among the fears and fraught for individuality. Despite the constitutional
guarantee of equality of sexes, rampant discrimination and exploitation of women in India
continues. The incidence of dowry deaths, women sexual harassment, molestation and illtreatment of women are on increase. It is high time now that women should get a respectable and
dignified position in the Indian society. Awareness in the women as well as society should be
created and their equal rights should be effectively implemented. Crimes against women should
be made punishable and a in the era of globalization and with revolution in means of
communication and information technology, The media role has become more crucial for women
empowerment in Indian modern society. In modern society changes have been taking place in
everywhere in almost every field but to protect honor of women. International women day is
celebrated, a number of women organizations have been working for women freedom and
empowerment. But all of those are external in nature as mentality is the product of society and
culture. In the same family, a boy gets more liberty than a girl. Moreover, there is a lack of
security of girls in Indian society. Recently a film BBC documentary Nirbhaya Indias
daughter made by a foreigner is banned in our country .Why? Previously there was something
which should not be shown in the film but now its modified. It can be shown to everyone. Its
just an interview of some experts views and the girls parents talk on Nirbhayas case.
In Indian modern society it is very much essential to all women issues in any
society and in any circumstances, In order to alive with honor , education will only give them
strength and societal status. This will increase the women smooth living in modern society.
Every women has a fundamental right to be safe protesting injustice, if a woman is able to
protest herself with the right and education, then they protest her life becomes miserable. It
should be remembered that the socioeconomic empowerment must be ensured by the nation to
minimize the exploitation which can help to improve the status of women. The recent gang rape
has created a fear among women, which I think is a very unfortunate and serious thing. The court
should consider this fact and a speedy trial resulting into the harshest punishment possible for
those animals who are committed the heinous crime, will if not remove that fear, will at least
ensure that a person will think before committing such a crime. The fear should be in the mind of
the offenders not the innocent people and hope our judiciary will understand the gravity of the
situation and will ensure that the correct judgment without taking much time is made. Finally the
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0offender may set free, and the victim may treat as offender a marvelous India. May god punish
the guilty? Thats my prayer ,
STOP SUFFERING FEMALE.BE A HUMAN NOT AN ANIMAL

By:
S. SAI SWAROOP LAKSHMI
1ST B Tech., (ECE)

11. WOMENS EMPOWERMENT


Women empowerment is a debatable subject. At earlier time they were getting equal
status with men. But they faced some difficulties during post-Vedic and epic ages and today
women constitute almost 50% of the worlds population but India has shown disproportionate
sex ratio where by females population had been comparatively lower than males. At least this
time if the government ensure freedom and equality for women so that they can flourish, because
we- women cant succeed when half of us are held back with the reasons based on cast, creed,
religion, illiteracy soon.
But from early twenty century their status have been changed slowly and gradually for
that even the constitutional makers and nation leaders also strongly demand equal social position
of women with men. So, today we can see that the women occupied the respectable positions in
all walks of the fields.
India has seen a lot of growth and it is in a position of power. We- men and women must
act decisively to capture this opportunity. we need to think big and develop in the fields of
education, infrastructure, industrial and financial services.
Employment of women would mean equipping women to be economically independent,
self- reliant, have positive esteem to enable them to face any difficult situation and they should
be able to participate in development activities. The empowered women should be able to
participate in the process of decision making.
To sum-up, women empowerment cannot be possible unless women come with and help
to self-empower themselves. There is a need to formulate reducing feminized poverty, promoting
education of women and prevention and elimination of violence against women. So I think, we
can speak for our rights and we will bring change through our voice.

By
Mrs.SUNANDA
Asst.Professor

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12. I SEE MANY GODDESSES


Mother is one of the most powerful in the world. In means that she was shakti.
Even the god must born from the mother womb. The mother will rectify the mistakes what the
children may do. The children or anyone can express views to their mother open heartedly. The
food which prepared by the mother will be equal to the Amrutham. Mother will give proper
suggestions about life in the world. Mothers lap is heaven to her children.
Every winning persons behind they must be women. After the marriage women
walks seven steps along with men it means they must share their views to each other.
The lord shiva gives half body to parvathi. In Indian culture, we are treating the elder
brothers wife as his mother. And younger brothers wife as daughter.
In India we are celebrating a festival named Raksha bhandan which shows the relation
between brother and sister affection. We are treating daughter as Goddess to the home.
MOTHER THERESSA served India so we see her as mother of India. Some of women
are great they are Jhansi rani, rudramadevi etc., they remembered in our history.
Recently a woman became president of India. Her name was prathiba patel. Now the
generation is very fast women are participating each and every competition.
They occupy the first place. They are almost equal to men.
The goddess of education and wealth is also women.
The power and knowledge of women is infinite.
BY
B.KARTEEK SANKAR
1ST MECHANICAL

13. WOMEN IN THE CONSTITUTION


The word women have special focus in the constitution. The greatness of
women cant be described in words. Women are the only source for the human being in the world.
They start protecting us from womb onwards. There is no another creature of god that occupies a
place of women in the world. Word will be less to describe the greatness of women. Thats the
reason our Indian constitution gave such great place for them.

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RIGHTS OF WOMEN:
Under the articles 14&15 of constitution of India. It is clear that the fundamental
right a women to be have its particular right of life and to live with dignity under article 21
which says right of (or) to a safe environment free from harassment in the society.
There are the rights for women and girl in the society for the equality and
development of women.
Article 19(1)g of the Indian constitution affirms the right of all citizens to be employed in
any profession of their choosing or to practice their own trade or business.

ARTICLES OF WOMEN HARASMENT:


Prevention, prohibition and redressed for this there is an act held in 2013 and named as
act2013.Act 2013 is a legislative act in India that seeks protect women from harassment. It was
passed by the Loksabha (1 over house of the Indian parliament) on 3 September 2012 and it was
passed by the Rajyasabha (higher or upper house of the Indian parliament) on 26 February 2013.
There were some rules has been included is it and they are as follows.
1) The bill got the assent of the president on 23 April 2013.
2) The act gets force from 9 Dec 2013.
3) This statute suspended the Vishakha grid line for prevention of harassment introduced by
the supreme court of India.
4) 1st the international Labor organization has reported that over 10% of Indian employers
were compliant to this statute.
5) The law says that any workspace with more than 10 employers needs to implement the
law passed by the supreme court of India.
6) In 1997 first Rajasthan has shared the nature of equality and working nature of womens
also has developed first here only.
7) After passing of bill in Loksabha and Rajyasabha it received the assent of the president
and was published in the gazette of India, extraordinary part-2, section-1, dated April
2013. As Act No.14.of 2013.
8) There was another act in 2005 and it was named as the protection of women Act, 2005.

By
S.A.MASOOD
4th EEE

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14. HEALTH TIPS FOR WOMEN


Where there is sound body there will be sound mind.
Health is wealth it is true that if women are healthy then only we can have healthy generations.
To have good health here are some tips:
1 ) An apple a day=doctor.
2) A lemon a day=no fat..
3) 5 liters of a water per day=no diseases.
4) Thulasi leaf a day=no cancer.
5) 1 cup milk a day=no bone problem.
6) Dont take your medicine with cold water.
7) Dont eat heavy meals after 5p.m.
8) Drink more water in morning, less at night.
9) Best sleeping time 10p.m to 4 a.m.
10) Dont lie down immediately after taking meals.

By
PARVATHI
I-Mechanical

15. BEAUTY TIPS FOR WOMEN


Todays generation is busy with many things. Due to the global warming both men and
women facing lot of health problems. Especially the working woman and college girls are facing
some skin problems. Beauty has to be taken care so I suggest some of the tips that are following:
1) Use honey as a face mask.
2) Drink plenty of water every day.
3) Use socks while sleeping for feet.
4) Use lemon juice on hair to get long hair.
5) For slicked black hair, use a hair serum.
6) Use cucumber and tomato to remove black hairs.

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7) Use tooth paste to remove spots.


8) Use tea bags on tired eyes for freshness.
9) Use lemon juice on highlighted hair.
10) Wear white eyeliner in your water line to make eyes appear less red.
11) Use more tomatoes for oily skin.
12) Use Besan (gram flour) to get rid of tan.

By
GM.RAJA RAJESWARI
III-CSE

16. QUOTES ON WOMEN


All innovations in human history have come from inspirations. When we look at the nature it
inspires many ways. Birds in the sky inspires to fly, fish in the water inspires to swim. Ants on
earth inspires to work. Human words are powerful which can break and make history. Here are
some quotes which can really inspire you.
1) W-Wonderful
O-outstanding
M-marvelous
A-adorable
N-nice
2) Look like a girl
Act like a lady
Think like a man
Work like a boss.
3) Nature has given women so much power that the law has very
Wisely given then little.
4) Be a woman of substance
Be a real woman
It is difficult to break down
A real women because

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She will learn from her mistakes


Gather her strength from her struggle
And overcome the obstacles courageously.
5) Whatever you give a woman
Shes is going to multiply. if you give her sperm, shell give a body. if you give her a house,
shell give a home. If you give her groceries, shell give you a meal. If you give her a smile,
shell give her heart. She multiplies and enlarges what is given to her.
So-if you give her any crap; you will receive a ton of shit.

By
Y SUPARNA
III-ECE

17. SWEET WORDS FORWOMEN


Change yourself if you wish to change the world
Most problems are really the absence of ideas
Life is 10% of what happens to you and 90% of how you respond to it

We must do
Knowing is not enough;
We must apply.
Willing is not enough;
We must do it.

Women
Be your self
Accept yourself
Value yourself
Forgive yourself
Bless yourself
Express your self
Trust your self
Love your self
Empower your self

By
Dr.PAVANI
Assoc.Professor

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18. VOICE OF FREEDOM


Malala Yousafzai (born July 12, 1997) is a Pakistani student and education activist.
She is known for her activism for girls' and women's rights, especially for being allowed to go to
school. Yousafzai is originally from the town of Mingora in the Swat District. She was a victim
of a gunshot attack in October 2012. Yousafzai is the youngest person to have won the Nobel
Peace Prize. She won the prize in October 2014. She was 17.In 2009, at age 11, many people got
to know her through a weblog of the BBC News' Urdu language service. The BBC published
translated writings about her life under Taliban rule. On 9 October 2012, Yousafzai was shot in
the head and neck in an assassination attempt by Atta Ullah Khan, a Taliban gunman.She was
given emergency treatment in Pakistan and then moved to England for
more medical treatment.On 3 January 2013, Yousafzai was discharged from the Queen Elizabeth
Hospital in Birmingham to continue to recover at her family's temporary home in the West
Midlands. She had two five-hour long operations on 2 February 2013. She had a titanium plate
put over the hole in her skull and a cochlear implant so she could hear again. In May 2012 David
Trumble, an award-winning artist, made a cartoon of Yousafzai as a Disney princess as part of a
drawing of other feminist icons that he had made into princesses that was in the Huffington Post.
On 12 July 2013, at age 16, she made a speech at headquarters of the United Nations, stressing
the right to education for all and forhuman rights and peace and nonviolence against terrorism and intolerance citing the proverb: "the pen is mightier than
the sword".She was nominated for the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize. She has won a lot of prizes. She
is the 2013 recipient of the Sakharov Prize. She was one of the winners of Glamour magazine's
Women of the Year. Lady Gaga, who was also a winner and was on the month's cover, said that
Yousafazi should have been on November's cover of Glamour instead of her. On October she
met President Obama, Michelle Obama, and their daughter Malia in the Oval Office. The
Taliban have said that they still want to assassinate Yousafzai.In October 2013 a book about her
life I am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban was
published, with her help. The book was banned in Pakistani private schools. On 27 November
2013 Yousafazi was given the GG2 Hammer Award at the GG2 (Garavi Gujarat2) Leadership
Awards 2013. Yousafazi was chosen by TIME magazine as a candidate for 2013's Person of the
Year. She was nominated for the World's Children's Prize for the Rights of the Child in 2014.In
2014 Yousafazi has won Nobel Peace Prize and will be given a Doctor of Civil Law degree by
the University of King's College.
By.
SREE VIDHYA
4th ECE

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19. SCIENCE CELEBRITY


Marie Curie - Physicist (18671934)
I believe that Science has great beauty. A scientist in his laboratory is not
a mere technician; he is also a child confronting natural phenomena that impress him as though
they were fairy tales. Marie Curie
Born Maria Sklodowska on November 7, 1867, in Warsaw, Poland,
Marie Curie became the first woman to win a Nobel Prize and the only woman to win the award
in two different fields (physics and chemistry). Curie's efforts, with her husband Pierre Curie, led
to the discovery of polonium and radium and, after Pierre's death, the development of X-rays.
She died on July 4, 1934.
Marie and Pierre Curie were dedicated scientists and completely
devoted to one another. At first, they worked on separate projects. She was fascinated with the
work of Henri Becquerel, a French physicist who discovered that uranium casts off rays, weaker
rays than the X-rays found by Wilhelm Roentgen.
Curie took Becquerel's work a few steps further, conducting her own
experiments on uranium rays. She discovered that the rays remained constant, no matter the
condition or form of the uranium. The rays, she theorized, came from the element's atomic
structure. This revolutionary idea created the field of atomic physics and Curie herself coined the
wordradioactivity to describe the phenomena. Marie and Pierre had a daughter, Irene, in 1897,
but their work didn't slow down.
Pierre put aside his own work to help Marie with her
exploration of radioactivity. Working with the mineral pitchblende, the pair discovered a new
radioactive element in 1898. They named the element polonium, after Marie's native country of
Poland. They also detected the presence of another radioactive material in the pitchblende, and
called that radium. In 1902, the Curies announced that they had produced a decigram of pure
radium, demonstrating its existence as a unique chemical element.
Marie Curie made history in 1903 when she became the first woman to receive the Nobel Prize
in physics. She won the prestigious honor along with her husband and Henri Becquerel, for their
work on radioactivity Today several educational and research institutions and medical centers
bear the Curie name, including the Institute Curie and the Pierre and Marie Curie University,
both in Paris.
By
N.BHARGAVI
III-ECE
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20. SUDHA CHANDRANInspirational Woman


Sudha Chandran is a successful Bharatanatyam dancer and an Indian film and
television actress. She was born on September 21. She earned her B.A from Mithibai College,
Mumbai and an M.A in Economics. She overcame her disability of losing her leg in an accident
with the help of a prosthetic 'Jaipur foot', becoming one of the most highly acclaimed dancers of
the Indian subcontinent. Her decision to dance again after a gap of two years was met by
thunderous applause. She received invitations from all over the world for her
performances. She was honoured with various awards after she performed as far away from
home as Europe, Canada and the Middle East.
Sudha Chandran has done several films in various languages. Her
films include the 1984 Telugu film Mayuri in which she plays herself was inspired by her
story. The 1986 film Nache Mayuri was a Hindi remake of the Telugu original, in which the cast
was changed except for Sudha to suit the North Indian sensibilities. She was awarded the 1986
Special Jury Award at the National Film Awards for her performance in Mayuri.
Her career in television includes the Ekta Kapoor produced serial, Kaahin
Kissii Roz where she portrayed the character of Ramola Sikand which became an instant
hit. She is considered to be one of the more flamboyant stars on Indian television, known for her
avant garde sarees, chunk jewellery and designer bindis. Since then she has acted in several TV
shows such as K Street Pali Hill in which she played the character of Gayatri Kaul. The drama
was produced by Ekta Kapoor for Star Plus. She also portrayed the role of a rich brat's mother in
Kuch Iss Tara which was telecasted on Sony TV and was also produced by Ekta
Kapoor. Recently, she has participated in Jhalak Dikhhla Jaa on Sony TV. She has also acted in
Tamil serials including Kalasam and Arasi. Dance appears to be her passion, so much so that
she has established a dance academy in Mumbai, 'Sudha Chandran Academy of Dance', which
has branches all over Mumbai and Pune. Ravikumar Dang, Sudha's husband is the executive
director of the school. Sudha is often cited as a symbol of "will power". She is also one among
the judges in popular reality show Super Dancer Junior Series on Amrita TV and was a judge for
the reality dance show Maanada Mayilada in the sixth season. Currently one of her projects
includes replacing Aishwarya and playing the role of Bhuvana in Thendral.

By
V.V.GAYATHRI
Asst.Professor

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21. HER COMPASSION MOVED THE WORLD


Mother Teresa
Mother Teresa was born Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu in Skopje, Macedonia, on
26 August 1910. Her family was of Albanian descent. At the age of twelve, she felt strongly the
call of God. She knew she had to be a missionary to spread the love of Christ. At the age of
eighteen she left her parental home in Skopje and joined the Sisters of Loreto, an Irish
community of nuns with missions in India. After a few months' training in Dublin she was sent
to India, where on May 24, 1931, she took her initial vows as a nun. From 1931 to 1948 Mother
Teresa taught at St. Mary's High School in Calcutta, but the suffering and poverty she glimpsed outside
the convent walls made such a deep impression on her that in 1948 she received permission from her
superiors to leave the convent school and devote herself to working among the poorest of the poor in
the slums of Calcutta. Although she had no funds, she depended on Divine Providence, and started an
open-air school for slum children. Soon she was joined by voluntary helpers, and financial support was
also forthcoming. This made it possible for her to extend the scope of her work.

On October 7, 1950, Mother Teresa received permission from the Holy See to start her own
order, "The Missionaries of Charity", whose primary task was to love and care for those persons
nobody was prepared to look after. In 1965 the Society became an International Religious
Family by a decree of Pope Paul VI.
Today the order comprises Active and Contemplative branches of Sisters and Brothers in many
countries. In 1963 both the Contemplative branch of the Sisters and the Active branch of the
Brothers was founded. In 1979 the Contemplative branch of the Brothers was added, and in 1984
the Priest branch was established.
The Society of Missionaries has spread all over the world, including the former Soviet Union and
Eastern European countries. They provide effective help to the poorest of the poor in a number
of countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America, and they undertake relief work in the wake of
natural catastrophes such as floods, epidemics, and famine, and for refugees. The order also has
houses in North America, Europe and Australia, where they take care of the shut-ins, alcoholics,
homeless, and AIDS sufferers.
The Missionaries of Charity throughout the world are aided and assisted by Co-Workers who
became an official International Association on March 29, 1969. By the 1990s there were over
one million Co-Workers in more than 40 countries. Along with the Co-Workers, the lay
Missionaries of Charity try to follow Mother Teresa's spirit and charism in their families.
Mother Teresa's work has been recognised and acclaimed throughout the world and she has
received a number of awards and distinctions, including the Pope John XXIII Peace Prize (1971)
and the Nehru Prize for her promotion of international peace and understanding (1972). She also
received the Balzan Prize (1979) and the Templeton and Magsaysay awards. She was awarded
by Noble prize in 1979.
By
M.SREENATH
Administrator
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22. BEAUTY CONTESTS ARE THEY DEGRADING WOMEN HOOD?


DEBATE

Introduction:
In this modern age many changes are happening in human culture .There are many platforms
coming before men and women of these world where they can exhibit their talents and
knowledge .The changing demands of the present society give lot exposure of glamour and film
world. A thing of beauty is joy forever .It is true but how beauty is adored and admired makes
the matter.Beauty contest for women .In this present era the status of women hood are
degrading them let us discuss.
YAMUNA: Good morning everybody .I represent the group Wood roses for discussing a
debate on Beauty contest- Are they degrading Women hood?
This is my favorite topic and thanks for giving this opportunity. Every woman has a
unique talent and beauty contest is the great platform to prove who she is? Every contest is held
to bring out the inner talent and beauty is not an easy thing to acquire and to maintain it is also a
difficult thing and more over they not only consider the outer levels, way of speaking.
Everything matters. And all girls cant become mother Teresa but they can succeed in their
careers. Modelling is one of them.
We cant expect everyone to become mother Teresa. Why should always girls be helping
and sacrificing their lives? Its their wish which passionate her and coming to dress code we
cant expect a dress code which is being conducting internationally. And I think sari is most
exposing than modern outfit. It all depends on how you take things so boys dont keep restriction
on girls. Those days are gone.
SHAMRAN:I agree with Yamuna. Definitely beauty contest is the good platform for the women
to show their hidden talents. In beauty contest they not only see their beauty but also their talent
of communications, confidence and way of talking. I dont think that Beauty contest are
degrading the women hood.
SWETHA KUMARI: Certainly yes! Beauty contest are degrading women hood. According to
my point of view there is no point in conducting these beauty contests. You cannot judge a
woman by the way she dresses and by the way she answers certain questions in front of
everyone. It is how she carries herself each and every day to everyone. Only 10 to 15 people
participate in that and invariably all are models. Aiswharya rai Bachan would certainly not be a
good example to quote.
Take an example of mother Teresa. She wasnt a model. The acts she carried out made
her beautiful to everyones eyes. Its not that one month contest that can judge a woman. It is
how she acts, cares, participates etc tell her how beautiful and respectful she is!

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SUDHARSHAN: I think beauty contest is good for woman they can show off herself on the
platform of film industry and can get lot of offer by filmy sectors and reality shows. Woman can
show there her hidden talent and also can show confidence level and way of talking
communication skill and more and more thing can show there so think beauty contest is good for
our culture and we can show our culture to foreign countries.
SRUTHIKA: In my views beauty is degrading women. Only a small group of individuals who
think of themselves as Fashion Freaks cant judge a woman on the basis of her physical
appearance or sexy body or sleek looks. In many ways beauty comes from within and is reflected
by our deeds and actions.
SREEDHAR: I feel anything depends on the way we view them. If we see a dark room we get
afraid though we knew that there is no ghost in it. In the same way if girls do expose their body
by short dresses its in the way we see. Some may see the body exposed or some may even see
the talent that even a small dress can cover the body. Its just the matter of skin; its all in the
way we think so I say beauty contest place to expose the beauty of women is not at all degrading.
VYSHNAVI: In my opinion beauty contests are degrading womanhood but also our society and
our culture. As we all know that we are Indian and it is not our culture. India get name and fame
in all over the world because of culture, religion and tradition not for beauty contests.
SHARAN: Yes I agree with Vyshnavi and I like traditional culture and according to me Beauty
contest degrade women hood because it is a naturally god gift not any profession. Beauty
contest spoiled our Indian culture. It is a cause of many undesirable activities which are not
acceptable in the society. Women beauty is a respective symbol for all Indians. Everyone should
respect beauty of women.
SHANTHI: No Sharan I do not think any contest if held would be held to degrade anything..... a
Beauty contest is another such contest....it is always held to bring out the hidden talent of the
girls....here most of our friends are speaking on the limits that a girl must be in but a beauty
contest is not only about the kind of dresses a girl wears but it is also about how a woman is
presenting herself in front of various people.
So it is all in all good that these contests are held and people should be broad minded while
viewing such contests.
SHRAVANA: Being a girl I am very happy to talk about this topic. In my view it doesnt
degrade womanhood. It improves the self confidence of woman because it is not only meant for
beauty it also explores their talent to the world.
SAIKUMAR: Beauty contests degrade the participants and not all women. I completely fail to
see the point in competing with other women over something as pointless and superficial and
temporary as physical profession. By these beauty contests women can explore her self, also her
confidence increases.
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If one wants to choose film or TV lines as her career these contests can proved as a best way
to start her career with.
SUSMITHA: Paying due respect to the views of my fellow members in the present group
discussion. I would love to share my views about the same. First of all I think beauty contest is
neither effecting nor degrading womanhood rather it is helping them to groom and broom their
talent. Yes, it is providing them the platform through which they could prove their worth and
mettle to the rest of the world. Besides, there are a number of burning examples in front of us
where by a women after going through such contests made a name for herself and leading a
financially and economically sound life thereafter.

Conclusion:
Really when we think of women, the terms that come in our mind are Beauty, Generosity, and
Sweetness. The words of Plato, Truth is a beauty, beauty is a truth . Right from Platos time
the beauty of women is highly appreciated.
Our India is a land of respect for woman. Conducting beauty contest can create a
beautiful world through it but also the natural women who are not participants are also more
beautiful creatures because she is as natural as they come. When she walks into a room men feel
compel to stand, while other woman turn their heads look at her enviously. Its not so much of
her figure , although that helps, Its really about the fire in her eyes, the warmth in her smile, the
touch of her healing hands and the comfort of her womb(lap). Yes, that would be her, the real
true womanhood.
Woman whether she walks in ramp
Or in Rome, smile at red rose,
Or sun Rise, Dance at home or
In farm, glance at stars or
Scars, she.......the best
Beauty pageant in the
Creation of Almighty
By
SHEIK SHAFISTA
1st [CSE]

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23. WHOM SHOULD A WOMEN NEED- FATHER, HUSBAND OR SON...?


God created women and men to exhibit love on earth. Man and woman
cannot be separated. When we look in their relationship .both men and women are incomplete
without each other .family is a sacred institution. Where we get beauty of divine love. regarding
the question a women needs father when she is a child ,she needs a partner (husband) when she
is young and she needs son when she grew old .
I would like to say that man without woman is like a
fruitless tree. A woman without man is a flower without fragrance .god blessed woman n and
man to be fruitful, multiply and replenish the earth and have domain on a every living being.

By
PRIYANKA
I-CIVIL

24. HER - FACTS


This topic is a little ironic, but as we all know, in every joke there is a part ofjoke :). Many of
these fun facts about women are a little exaggerated, but big part of them is, actually, true.
1) Women speak about 20000 words a day thats 13000 more than an average man.
2) All of the richest women got their properties either from husband or father.
3) In Russia there are 9 million more women than men.
4) Women spread nearly one year of these lives deciding what to wear.
5) Women cry an average between 30 and 64 times a year, while men cry 6 and 7 times.
6) Men lie 6 times a day, twice as often as women.
7) The youngest divorced girl was 10 years old.
8) Israel is the only country in the world to draft the women into the world.
9) Womens heartbeats more than men.
10) Women have more taste buds than men.
11) An average women eats about 2.3 kg of lipsticks in her life time.
12) The first computer programmer was a women programmer,her name is ADA LOVELACE.
13) An average women spends 120 hour a year in the mirror.
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14) Ladies close their ears with fingers where men with hands.

15) When women cry she would love to someone to see it and offer as a cuddle.
16) Most of the women afraid of bugs, prides and mice.
17) In almost every world wide the life expectancy for women is higher than men.
18) Women blink about twice often than man.
19) Women believe in saving but buy expensive clothes.
20) An average men spends a day staring at 10 different women.

By
G VARALAKSHMI
III-EEE

25. FUNNY JOKES ABOUT WOMEN


Some jokes delights us
Some jokes enlighten us
Some jokes thrill us
Here are some to laugh.
1) At the psychologist:
_my wife does not like my snore.
_so what would you like to get rid of snoring or your wife?
2) A yawning man demonstrates his impoliteness, a yawning woman-her capabilities.
3) A lady comes to fortune-teller, who can read palms.
_will anyone marry me?
_no
_but you havent even looked at my palm
_i see it from your face.
4) Husband asks his wife.
_Darling, what would you like for your birthday
_i dont care as long as it as automatic transmission.
5) Jokes about women-logics.
There are two ways to understand the logics of women. Unfortunately none of them
works.
By
GNANESWARI
III-Civil
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26. TONGUE TWISTERS


 A tutor who tooted the flute
tried to tutor two tooters to toot.
Said the two to their tutor:
"Is it harder to toot,
Or to tutor two tooters to toot?"
 The sixth sick sheik's sixth sheep's sick
 What noise annoys an oyster?
The noise that annoys an oyster
is a noise that knows no oyster.
 The Leith police dismisseth thee,
The Leith police dismisseth us.
 Pure food for poor mules

By
UMA SHREE
st
1 CSE

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35. SINDHURA ARTS FOR PVKK WOMEN

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I WI SH YOU A HAPPY WOMENS


S DAY- SI NDHURA KI SHORE PALLE

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OUR SPECIAL GRATITUDE

Our Uma madam is a woman of excellence, perseverance


and influence. She is the crown of all Sri Balaji Educational
Society. Her contribution for the success of PVKK is highly
appreciated and admired. So on behalf of PVKK family we are
dedicating our first CANVAS magazine (Womens Day Special)
to Uma Madam with all the love and reverence.

Thank you

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