Bharatiya Jain Sanghatan (BJS), Mysuru Chapter, which has been working towards propagating its flagship programme Empowerment Of Girls (EOG) in Mysuru region, has collaborated with the Department of Collegiate Education, to ensure that the EOG programme reaches the maximum.
The BJS Mysuru Chapter has conducted training of trainers for EOG programmes at Mysuru and Hassan besides organising several EOG workshops at various colleges in and around Mysuru benefitting thousands of girls.
Recognising the Chapter’s initiatives, the State unit at its recently held State Executive Council Meeting at Hospet presented Mysuru Chapter with the Best Chapter Award which was presented by National General Secretary Rajendra Lunkar and received by Mysuru Chapter President Prakash Srisrimaal in the presence of National Head Goutam Bafna, National Executive Committee Member Omprakash Lunawat, State President Dinesh Palrecha, State Secretary Jayantilal Dhanesha, State Vice-President Suresh Jeerawala, State Joint Secretary Uttam Bantia, State EOG Head Prakash Gulecha, Regional EOG Head Sukhraj Vinayakiya, State SAP Head Rajan Baghmar and several State and Regional Heads.
EOG is a three-day workshop (Nearly 22 Hours) and deals with the day-to-day problems being faced by today’s daughters. The programme has been designed after a thorough research of nearly 30,000 case studies and is very effective in creating a positive impact on the girls.
The objectives of the programme is to ensure a better communication within the family, ways to handle the generation gap within the family, how to choose and make friends, the effects of pressure, how to maintain high self-esteem, self defence techniques, use of media for the advantage of users, how to save yourself from the negative effects of media and technology, how to safeguard yourself from online hackers, marriage related issues etc. The entire programme is based on activities and games which is provided free of cost.