International Girl Child Day Celebration at TMU’s College of Law and Legal Studies

In an era where empowerment and education are pivotal, the celebration of International Girl Child Day holds a special place in the hearts of those who advocate for the rights and welfare of girls around the world. Teerthanker Mahaveer University’s College of Law and Legal Studies, located in Moradabad, commemorated this significant day with great enthusiasm and purpose on October 11, 2023. This event, graced by esteemed Chief Guest, Prof. (Dr.) Mamta Rani, was a platform for students and faculty members to come together and discuss crucial topics such as girls' education, their rights, and gender equality.

The Venue for International Girl Child Day Celebration

The event took place at the MOOT COURT HALL, College of Law and Legal Studies, which proved to be the perfect setting for this insightful gathering. With an aura of academic importance, the venue embodied the essence of the discussions that were about to take place.

The Distinguished Guests of International Girl Child Day Celebration

Prof. (Dr.) Mamta Rani: A luminary in the field of law and education, Prof. (Dr.) Mamta Rani brought a wealth of knowledge and experience to the event. Her presence added prestige to the occasion, and her address was eagerly anticipated.

Dr. Pradeep Kumar Kashyap: Serving as the host of the event, Dr. Pradeep Kumar Kashyap played a pivotal role in orchestrating the proceedings. His dedication to the cause and commitment to the welfare of girls was evident.


The event saw a diverse audience, with students and faculty members coming together to engage in discussions and listen to the enlightening discourse. The mix of academic intellect and youthful exuberance set the stage for a meaningful exchange of ideas and knowledge.

The Purpose

The primary aim of this event was to create awareness among the students about the rights of the Girl Child at both national and global levels. It was also a day to celebrate International Girl Child Day, highlighting the importance of gender equality, girls' education, and the prevention of female feticide.

The Event Highlights of International Girl Child Day

 The Guest Lecture: 

The highlight of the event was undoubtedly the guest lecture delivered by Prof. (Dr.) Mamta Rani. With her profound insights and experience, she shed light on the significance of girls' education, emphasizing how it can transform societies and uplift communities. Her lecture emphasized that educating girls is not just a matter of equality; it's a catalyst for progress.

Raising Awareness:

The event, with the support of faculty members, aimed to raise awareness about the rights of the Girl Child. It also stressed the need to prevent female feticide, a deeply concerning issue that continues to plague society. The discussions were poignant, evoking a sense of responsibility among attendees.

Gender-Based Bias:

 A prominent theme of the event was addressing and combatting gender-based bias. The event recognized that promoting gender equality is not just a women's issue; it's a societal issue that demands collective action.

The celebration of International Girl Child Day at TMU’s College of Law and Legal Studies was a resounding success. It provided a platform for fruitful discussions and imparted knowledge about the importance of empowering and educating girls. The event was a testament to the commitment of TMU to promoting gender equality and girls' rights.