International Women's Day 8 March


                                                                        

History Of International Women's Day:

Women's Day was first pragmatic on February 28, 1909 in New York. At 1910 International Woman's symposium, March 8 was recommended to be pragmatic as "International Woman's Day." March 8 also became a national holiday in Soviet Russia in 1917 after women gained suffrage there. The day was then principally distinguished by the collective association and socialist countries until it was adopted in 1975 by the United Nations.
***Picture Gallery of Women's Day @ Limat-2018***
**********Photos Update Soon************
Fig1. - LIMAT Women's Activities - A Glance
Fig2. - Enjoy the day for womens
Fig3. - LIMAT Women's meet in Hall
Fig1. - LIMAT Women's Activities
Fig2. - Dance
Fig3. - LIMAT Women's meet in Hall

***Last year Picture Gallery of Women's Day @ Limat***
Fig1. - LIMAT Women's Activities - A Glance
Fig2. - start the Women's Day
Fig3. - LIMAT Women's meet in Hall
Fig4. -Enjoy with celebrations
Fig5. -Celebrate with Cake Cutting
Fig6. -principal sir welcome with flower bouquet to the celebrations


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