Campus Talks successfully held at Handique Girls College

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Campus Talks successfully held at Handique Girls College

G Plus News | July 01, 2017 11:25 hrs

G Plus successfully concluded the third edition of Campus Talks at Handique Girls’ College on Wednesday for teachers and students. The one and half hour interactive session was attended by over 250 students and 10 teachers.

The key-note speaker at the event was Amanjeet Kaur, IPS, DCP (Traffic), Guwahati Police Commissionerate, Kamrup (M). A dynamic officer, Amanjeet Kaur has been in the public eye and has caught the youth’s attention with her aggressive work to reform the Guwahati Traffic Police and its management. 


The underlying objective of the event was to provide a common platform for college-going youth, and to connect them to one of the most inspiring female public figures of the city and gain valuable insights from her life which would help them draw great opinions and use it for self-growth. The topic of discussion was ‘Women in Power Careers’ and gripping interactions revolving around womanhood and the strong roles they play in a world which is primarily dominated and led by males were held.

Amanjeet Kaur spoke at length presenting her views on the perspective of the Indian society towards women and their achievements and enlightened the audiences with the most directed insights from her experiences of her professional as well as personal life. Expressing her gratitude for the event, she said, “It’s a wonderful initiative and I felt very honoured. Interacting with all the young women and inspiring students, is very uplifting for me also and I am glad that I could share certain things for their growth and development. It’s a good opportunity for me and for everybody to have a healthy discussion. I am grateful to G Plus for having given me this opportunity and I appreciate the step that they have taken to bring about people from various fields to interact with young students.”

Campus Talks is an initiative by G Plus, primarily aimed to encourage public speaking among the youth and to educate them on relevant issues. The first edition of Campus Talks was held at Gauhati Commerce College in November 2016 and following its success, the second edition was conducted at B. Borooah College in March last.


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