Dr. Mukund Sarda organized symposium on women empowerment for counselors

Bharati Vidyapeeth Deemed University New Law College, Pune conducted a One Day Workshop for counselors on “Gender Justice Dr.-Mukund-Sarda-New-Law-College-Pune-News-Hour& Women Empowerment”. The convention was inaugurated by Justice Dr. Mrs. Shalini S. Phansalkar Joshi, Judge, Bombay High Court, Mrs. Shailaja Sawant, Principal Judge, Family Court, Pune, Mr. Sudam Gayke, Vice-President, Association Of Marriage Counselors, Family Courts, Maharashtra State, Prof. Dr. Mukund Sarda New Law College, Pune Dean And Principal . The event saw participation from over 100 counselors.

Dr. Mrs. Shalini S. Phansalkar Joshi stated that “Family is an integral system of society. Health of family is important aspect of society. If the spouses stay happy the family becomes happy. Role of Counselors is like the bridge between the courts and litigants. Matrimonial disputes are not just legal dispute but it consists of the emotions and moral issues related to the families. Counselors therefore have to be attached and also should able to detach themselves at times while dealing with matrimonial issues. Counselors should build their own scientific support system mechanism, emotional draining is also important for counselors; the counselors must be patient and have good listening skills. They should not give their own perceptions, assumptions and notions while counseling. They should be free from biased opinion or prejudice.”

Dr. Mukund Sarda elaborated,” Counseling is a complex and demanding job. Counselors should use scientific and innovative methods in there counseling to resolve the disputes. Matrimonial disputes will remain as the two persons having different opinion are bound to live together. The understanding is only the way to resolve disputes between spouses. Nowadays social media is also playing an important role in communications but it is also a culprit which is a cause of matrimonial disputes. Due to over communications the understanding levels within the family is going down. The children are prepared for studies and interviews but they are not given parenting counseling. The parenting counseling is the emerging area which needs to be addressed. The respect for the women should be inculcated during the upbringing of the children.”




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17 Comments on Dr. Mukund Sarda organized symposium on women empowerment for counselors

  1. Gender justice & women empowerment both are the important aspects in which we all need to step forward & well fabulous step by Mukund Sarda College by organizing such event because their is a great need in our society for such events well done keep it up

  2. Family
    matters are matter of one’s private life and the way some people bring this
    matter to the court is heart breaking…not only family matters but
    Matrimonial disputes is also too personal to be shared in court. Dr mukund
    sharda very well stated the role of the counselors…

  3. Gitika Sachdeva // November 12, 2015 at 12:04 pm // Reply

    One of
    the nice article. The role of Counselors is well explained in this article

  4. Verbal
    commutation is very essential part in a spouse life which lack sometime take
    place into a relationship dispute so this article teach a counselor in a very
    best way. This might be very useful if not yet but it could be needed in

  5. raman sharma // November 13, 2015 at 7:43 am // Reply

    This article leading a counselors to be very attentive at the time of counselling
    on matrimonial disputes.

  6. Counselling
    is the best way to resolve the issue between the spouses….

  7. It will help to a women for better understand the fact of discrimination and any kind
    of biased related to their religion. One should must go ahead for their any family related issue.

  8. “the counselors must be patient and have good listening skills” very true stated by Dr. Mrs. Shalini S. Phansalkar

  9. this
    article is very useful hope counselor’s will stepping forward against these
    kinds of violences.

  10. Lokesh yadav // December 2, 2015 at 6:06 am // Reply

    might be listening to news, reading newspaper or magazine, you would have
    gone through incidents and accidents with women in India. While any other
    article on women’s empowerment in India will take a look at our rich heritage
    and enlightened societies of the past where women were treated as equals, the
    concept of “India” itself evolved quite recently, relative to the sum of its
    parts’ histories. But the TRUTH is that in the modern India, the woman has
    always been a second grade citizen, no matter what its esteemed leaders have
    said or done. Dr. Mukund did a great job by his motivational discussion with

  11. varun rathore // December 7, 2015 at 6:31 am // Reply

    It is true that only in India that glaring
    and brutal gang rapes occur frequently in a state that is headed by a woman
    Chief Minister. Gender discrimination is the least of worries for women in
    India, known otherwise as the fourth most dangerous country in the world for
    women. Other instances of violence against women has an astonishing and grim
    variety to it with acid throwing,
    domestic violence stemming out of dowry, rape, harassment and an assortment
    of others. Really shame on such people who do these kinds of grim act.

  12. rohit katyal // December 8, 2015 at 10:10 am // Reply

    symposium organized by Dr. Mukund women must stand with this quote
    Dr. Mukund Sarda.

  13. Women empowerment is empowering the women to take their own decisions for their personal dependent. Very Nice Article and I hope this article is really helpful for counselor.

  14. karuna bhardwaj // February 17, 2016 at 6:22 am // Reply

    I am very much impressed with the views of Dr. Mukund Sarda and Dr. Mrs. Shalini S. Phansalkar Joshi.

  15. vivek singhal // February 18, 2016 at 5:21 am // Reply

    Prof. Dr. Mukund Sarda, Dean, Faculty of law, Bharati Vidyapeeth University is a great personality their words are always describe something in very deep which has a meaningful thoughts contained.

  16. It is a great article by a great gentleman name called dr Mukund sarda. Mukund sir you done a good work through this seminar for counselors on Gender Justice & Women Empowerment

  17. swastik kumar // February 19, 2016 at 5:39 am // Reply

    I am very happy to see your thoughts in this article… Professor Doctor mukund sarda is a man which is doing great work in education field He is triple gold medalist at LL.B., LL.M, and Ph.D. His academic excellence is acclaimed by the experts in the field of law he achieved many awards for his Excellency. I am huge fan of mukund sir.


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