Last updated on July 17th, 2023 at 01:02 pm
Franklin Joseph, C.E.O., Indian Institute of Strategic Threat-Intelligence Analysis & Combat Tactical Science (IISTACTS), Dharwad, trained over 500 women, including students and staff, participated in the two-day Workshop at National Institute of Technology, Trichy on September 17th and 18th.
The workshop is powered by Krav Maga Self Defense Tactics combined with Combat Science & Conflict Diffusion Neuro-Behavioral Reprogramming Techniques with both Known as well as Unknown predators. The workshop empowers the women to deal with Crime, Violence, Sexual Harassment and Sexual Abuse.
Sponsored by the institute’s Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme (TEQIP), the workshop was organized by the Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) and the Students’ Council of NIT-Trichy. Mr V. Balakrishnan I.P.S., DIG, Trichy Range, and Mr Pravin Dnghare, I.P.S., ASP, Tiruverumbur were Guest of Honor’s at the valedictory function. Dr Mini Shaji Thomas, Director, NIT-T, Dr.K.M. Meera S Begum, ICC Chairperson and Dr M. Venkatakirthiga spoke on the occasion.
Orientation on self-defence organised at NIT, Trichy
Times of India Newspaper
TRICHY: Shedding light on women empowerment, the Internal Complaints Committee (ICC) in association with the Students’ Council of NIT-Trichy organised a two-day workshop at National Institute of Technology (NIT) Trichy was on Wednesday.
The two-day event, which saw over 500 take part, served as an eye-opener for many who thought self-defence is all about physical strength. Sponsored by the institute’s technical education quality improvement Programme (TEQIP), the workshop focused on empowering women mentally and physically through its carefully crafted training sessions.
The programme was titled ‘Workshop on self-defence, safety awareness and psychological empowerment for women against crime’. There is need for women to have a strong mind and a sound personality to be able to handle challenging situations, said Franklin Joseph, CEO of the Indian Institute of Strategic Threat-Intelligence Analysis & Combat Tactical Sciences (Bengaluru).
“Self-defence is not a measure of physical fitness, rather it is about a strong mind and a sound personality,” he said. Speaking at the valedictory session, Trichy Range DIG V Balakrishnan said that women need to be mentally tough and should practice self-defence tactics daily.
NIT Trichy director Mini Shaji Thomas urged students to learn self-defence tactics through practice and advised the students to learn something useful for tackling real-time situations.