“ SHE OVERCAME EVERYTHING THAT WAS MEANT TO DESTROY HER”.
School of Management, Presidency University, Bengaluru welcomes you to a webinar on ” Women Empowerment: Myth or Reality” with Celebrity Speakers to rejoice the spirit of 72nd Republic Day of India.
Date: January 23, 2021@ 11 am IST.

Celebrity Speakers :

Ms. Prachi Mishra: Prachi Mishra Raghavendra is an Indian model. She was crowned Femina Miss India Earth 2012. She was also crowned Miss Congeniality during the sub-contests for Femina Miss India 2012. Mishra represented India in Miss Earth 2012 that was held in Manila, Philippines. She won a gold medal for Miss Friendship in Group 1 at Miss Earth 2012 and was crowned Miss Congeniality She has been part of Bollywood and has been a lead actress in few films and videos. Currently she is Owner @shocktalentmanagement and Co founder @ministryofstarsdxb , Dubai.

Ms. Anuja Kapur: Anuja Kapur is the renowned Criminal Psychologist & Social Activist. Almost all leading News Channels like DD, CNN, Lok Sabha TV, Republic TV, India Today,News18, BBC Hindi, AajTak, NDTV, ABP News, India News, News X, News Nation, Zee News, Mirror Now etc invite her for her valuable inputs on various issues whether it is women empowerment, rape or any kind of violence in the society irrespective of gender or age. Apart from News Channels she always gets place in various leading National and International Newspaper like (The Times of India, Hindustan Times, The Hindu, Deccan Herald, Deccan Chronicles, Mail Today, The National ( Abu Dhabi National Daily), The Pioneer, The Tribune, Punjab Kesari, Jansatta, Dainik Bhaskar etc), Magazines like GrehShobha, GrehLaxmi, India Today, The Week, Madhurima (Dainik Bhaskar Group) etc, News websites like HT Health Shots, Outlook, DW.com (Daniel Wellington), Idiva, Popxo, News Laundry, Only my Health and News Wires like ANI, PTI.

Ms. Smita Barooah: Smita Barooah is a mental health therapist specialising in addictions. She was an associate with Promises Healthcare, a private mental health practice in Singapore, before moving back to India. She has worked with individual clients and groups, and conducted Pathways, which is an intensive outpatient program for achieving long-term sobriety. She has also conducted workshops for peers , numerous corporate clients, inmates at Changi Prison, and various halfway Houses.She currently works with individual clients, and conducts various workshops, which are tailor-made for target audiences.
Smita has authored “Understanding Addictions” published by Roli Books (India) in 2012. It is a layperson’s guide to some common addictions.In her free time, she writes articles & blogs on current affairs and social issues. She also does fine arts photography, and has held several solo and group exhibitions in art galleries in Singapore, Hong Kong, and cities across India.

Please register on or before January 18th by clicking the link below:. https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=XruTv_DsPU6-Dnm1zFJ6SL9MjDBlW1hAiF20vER4_KFUQjdOT0xKTFFXR0pRSlQ4SDNPS0JIUkhBRyQlQCN0PWcu.
See you in the most empowered panel