Street plays in KGMU mark Youth20 Consultation, marking India’s chairmanship of the G20 Summit

Lucknow: The term women empowerment, child marriage and child labor is all about the authority, or the power initiated to share the inalienable rights to women and children.

The term women empowerment refers to the liberation of women from the socio-economic restrictions of dependency. Women constitute about 50% of the country’s population, and a large proportion of them remain economically dependent on others without employment.

Addressing child marriage requires identification of the enabling factors. There are cultural differences between countries. Such as poverty, lack of educational opportunities and limited access to health care.

Some families get their daughters married to reduce their financial burden or to earn income.

Around 1 in 10 children worldwide are subject to child labour, with some being forced into hazardous work through trafficking. Economic hardship takes a toll on millions of families around the world – and in some places, it comes at the cost of child safety.

A Street Play Competition was organized at the King George’s Medical University  as part of the promotional programs for the Youth20 Consultation, marking India’s chairmanship of the G20 Summit. The theme of the competition was child marriage, child labor and women empowerment.

Four teams with around 15 participants in each team showcased their talent in this event. The program was decided by Dr. S.N. Kuril,  by Dr. Anit Parihar and Dr. Saumya Singh and the team from MBBS Deanery and the team from Paramedical Sciences were adjudged second best.

Winners: Team MBBS, KGMU (Shruti Somya Jha, Preksha Yadav, Rishita Singh, Anamika Gupta, Gunjan Arora, Anjali Agarwal, Kirti Raj Vishwakarma, Maan Gangwar, Harshit Verma, Abhay Pratap Singh, Ayush Singh, Priyanshu Raghuvansh.

Dr R N Srivastava Dean Student Welfare, KGMU congratulated all the four teams for their stupendous performance and emphasized that the message of their performance should be taken not only among the people present in the hall but also in the society, in the locality , and in their families, by raising their voice against the three evils of the society which they have portrayed in their performances today.

The program was organized by DSW, KGMU under the aegis of KGMU Student Council; Faculty Incharge – Dr. Parijat Suryavanshi and  Shyamji Raman, Student Incharge – Deepak Maurya, and Shikha Mishra.

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