DICCI organises programme to mark International Women’s Day
Women have in born talents and they struggle throughout their lives. If given proper guidance and direction, a woman can become a successful entrepreneur. Having realised this potential, Dalit Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DICCI) provides them guidance and direction to the women, said National Mentor; DICCI; Seema Kamble.
She was speaking at a programme organised by DICCI to mark International Women’s Day at a city hotel, the other day. Legal Advisor; Jet Airways; Meenal Naik, DICCI Western India President; Nishchay Shelke, Gopal Wasnik, Reeta Lanjewar, State Convenor Vinny Meshram, Neha Joshi of Lokmat Sakhi Manch and Kavita Surkar were the guests on the occasion.
If given equal opportunity, woman makes good use of it and proves her mettle. At the same time she shows modesty when she is honoured, said Ms Joshi.
Winnie Meshram in her introductory remarks spoke about DICCI’s objectives. DICCI plays an important role in women empowerment and makes all efforts to create a successful and potential women entrepreneur, she said. She appealed to the women folks to utiise their energy to become an entrepreneur.
Lanjewar asked the women to make good use of the new technology for their development.
As many as 11 women entrepreneurs including Shubha Meshram, Jyoti Lanjewar, Mamata Bodele, Bhavana Janbandhu, Arhana Badole, members of NACA Incense Sticks Cluster, Madhuri Giri, Priyanka Khadse, Anita Masram, Ms Nagdevte, Maya Bagde and members of Suswad Papad were felicitated at the programme.
Loco pilot of Metro Sumedha Meshram, Kranti Gedam, Reeta Potpose, Lalita Darokar, Vijay Sonkuwar, Jyotsana Walke, Sarita Tijare and Asmita Bhatt were present on the occasion.