Kohima, September 13 (MExN): Modern Institute of Teacher Education (MITE), Kohima organized a seminar on ‘Constitutional Rights on Women.’
The speaker Zheviholi Swu, Private Practitioner Advocate at Gauhati High Court Kohima Bench spoke on violation of human rights of women and children in Nagaland, the problem and difficulties faced by them in the modern world. She highlighted on sexual harassment at workplace, domestic violence, cyber crime etc.
Zheviholi also spoke about the fundamental rights of women under the constitution of India, Protection of Women Act 2003 and highlighted the non implementation of constitutional schemes for women and children followed by the procedures to avail the schemes and on how to register or file a complaint.
The programme organized by the Women Cell of MITE was attended by all the student-teachers and the teaching staff. It was chaired by Kavani Hekha, Assistant Professor of MITE.