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March 07, 2020 Saturday 12:28:22 PM IST

Indian Railways celebrates International Women’s Day with a 10 day long campaign

National Edu News

Indian Railways is conducting a ten-day long campaign from 01st March to 10th March 2020 in view of forthcoming International Women’s Day across the Zonal Railways. The theme of the Campaign is #EachforEqual signifying that collectively each one of us can help create a Gender Equal world and Railway is also focussing on #SheInspiresUs highlighting the inspiring stories of women achievers. In this campaign, Indian Railways is highlighting the steps taken to provide exclusive facilities to the women passengers, to empower women employees and enhance the role of women employees working in Indian Railways. To empower Women employees, Indian Railways has taken noteworthy steps like operations of trains by all-women crew, manning of stations exclusively by all-women staff.

In view of this campaign, Zonal Railways are conducting a host of programs like a march/run on International Women’s Day, a talk/lecture by distinguished women speaker, a nukkad natak, videos specifying women empowerment to be screened on TVs provided at platforms, AC lounges, waiting rooms and in running trains.



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