The Women Cell of Dimoria College is aimed at creating awareness regarding the various relevant issues among its members. The main motto behind the formation of the Women Cell
was to provide friendly, workable environment in the college campus.
Injustice harassment against women has been a common problem and in order to cope up with
these situations there is a need a common platform to raise their voice. Later on, this cell has been an extended arm of Dimoria College Teachers Unit and is recognized by ACTA. The present Women cell of Dimoria college was established in March, 2011 under ACTA. The aim of this cell is to empower in all levels, create awareness about their rights, physical and mental health among the girl students. The representatives from the cell has participated in many
workshops zonal conferences organized by ACTA in different colleges of Assam. The women
cell of Dimoria college has organized number of programs since its inception such as:
The Health and Hygiene program conducted on International Women’s Day 8th March
2018. Prominent gynaecologist Dr. Mujibur Rahman was invited as the chief guest to
deliver a speech on Women health.
On 14th February 2015, the Cell organized an awareness programme for women
empowerment . Dr. Poli Vauquline, Director (i/c) of Women Study Centre, Gauhati University was invited to deliver a on lecture on role of women cell in development of
women studies as an academic discipline.
The cell has also encouraged students by providing them with books written by eminent writers. On 14th November 2015 the cell provided sports equipment to the nearest Lower Primary School.
During the COVID-19 pandemic the cell organized an COVID- 19 awareness program and also distributed mask and sanitizers to the local dwellers of Khetri.
On 29 October 2021 a popular talk on Mental Health and Empowerment was delivered
by Dr. Kantadorshi Parashar from Ashadeep Mental Health Society. Also, an exhibition
was organized to encourage the students.
The women cell has been publishing yearly magazine named ‘Prastuti’.