If women are determined nothing is impossible to achieve in life, feels Dr Tiwari
|Source: The Hitavada Date: 08 Mar 2017 11:00:23|
ZONE by the Park, Raipur will be celebrating its first International Women’s Day with great fanfare in the hotel on March 8. On the eve of the special day, a short interaction session was organised wherein five empowered women as special guests shared their success story.
Additional SP Crime Deepmala Kashyap, faculty of Hotel Management College Professor Neelima Bagde, Professor Dr Abhaya R Joglekar of Daga Girls College, HoD DG College Dr Jyoti Ravi Tiwari and Counselor of Aditya Birla Skill Foundation Rachna Shrivastav inspired the gathering sharing their experience, family support, dedication in work, resilience, sacrifice and challenges on the way to success. Speaking on the occasion, Dr Jyoti Ravi Tiwari said that if women are determined nothing is impossible to achieve in life. However, women generally delay in taking decision which goes against their future endeavour. She said “Be alert and work for a solution since every thing is achievable”.
Dr Abhaya R Joglekar said “Before marriage I was introvert. But after the marriage I realized the exact meaning of my name Abhaya. I maintained balance with both family and career, and received good support from my family. So, nothing is impossible for a women and when backed by the family you will succeed”. She said that girls should pursue studies and keep the door of their mind open. They should give equal importance to home along with career for a better balance, she added.
Elaborating on her 16 years experience in hospitality sector, Neelima Bagde said that working in hotel industry is the toughest job. General parents avoided girls from going for employment in hospitality sector. But, there is great demand for jobs in hotel industry and parents as well as family members should promote in women going for the hotel industry, she added. She further said that she received support from her family and even in-laws to achieve success in professional life.
Additional SP Crime Deepmala Kashyap informed “My policing began in the year 2009 at Rajnandgaon crime branch followed with posting at Kawardha, Jagdalpur, Kondagaon and presently in Raipur. Being from a middle class, my parents supported me in pursuing studies and finally I joined police force while my brother is a businessman”. However, she said that family support is must, but we must have faith on our family.
Similarly, Rachna Shrivastan said that she owns her success to her parents. While in office, she said that she feels proud when a woman approaches to go for higher studies followed with secured future.
Women should be independent, have self confidence and should strongly focus on their work instead of getting distracted by others, she added.
According to the General Manager of Zone by the Park Mahesh Singh, a Women’s Day Dinner will be organized in the hotel on March 8. Ladies can enjoy flat discount of 50 per cent on food and beverages at every outlet. As a special attraction, a live band performance by lady singer will make the day memorable, he added.