Women’s Day Hits Centre Stage At UST
A very special women’s day for UST as Thiruvananthapuram City Police announced the launch of iSafe – a women’s safety app | By Yentha
On Mar 10, 2015

Trivandrum: UST Global celebrated International Women’s Day with the theme ‘Empowering Women - Empowering Humanity: Picture It!’. The event was inaugurated by Gopakumar, an artist and expert in mural paintings. The event focussed on women’s safety in the city and their health.

A medical camp was also set up in collaboration with IMA (Indian Medical Association). As part of this different clinics were set up at the Technopark campus. Under UST Global’s Well Woman Clinic program today, there were for free consultations with gynaecologists, cosmetologists and in general medicine.

Commenting on the participation, Alexander Varghese, Country Head, UST Global said, “This year has been a very special women’s day for us as the Thiruvananthapuram City Police announced the launch of iSafe – a women’s safety app. It is available on the City Police website and also on Google Play Store. UST Global is proud to have developed this innovative mobile app.”

The event started with a talent and art exhibition which had 28 stalls and was open to employees from companies located in Technopark. It received an over whelming response from the participants at Technopark Centre. By receiving this positive response for the app and other women centric activities at the event, UST Global is further encouraged to continue the practice of celebrating this occasion every year.

Speaking on the occasion, Hema Menon, Centre Head said, “UST Global has always been recognising the women of our society. It gives me immense pride to be a part of UST Global that believes in transforming lives by contributing to the society.”

The event was organized by NowU (Network of Women Ussociates) at UST Global.
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