Meet Prof.Asma Shaikh Pune-based Politician, Professor, Women empowerer who shares her success story with Hello Mumbai News.


    Female entrepreneurship is vital for our future. Collectively we can make a change by closing the gap between men and women in the workforce.
    Entrepreneurs are those adventurous, daredevils who drive deep into the pressing problems of society and try to find solutions to them, not by leaving the responsibilities in the reins of the government or business, but by trying to change systems as a whole and persuading societies to take new initiatives

    These bold and fearlessly ambitious entrepreneurs are shaping the future of Maharashtra, serving as mentors to millions of women and youths.

    In our Social Entrepreneur series today we are introducing you a very dynamic and popular Entrepreneur of Pune who is known  for her remarkable and outstanding performance in the field of Social, Education and Political circle who always believes in Women Empowerment. Yes we are talking about Pune based Social Entrepreneur Asma Shaikh, she share her Entrepreneurial journey with Hello Correspondent Priyanka Yadav 

    Name : Asma Shaikh

    Famous as : Social Entrepreneur

    Area Of Work : Pune

    Achievements : Active Leader in B.J.P Ladies Wing

    Member of the Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights, Ministry of Women and Child Development. Government Of Maharashtra.

    Asma Shaikh has completed her studies at S.P. College, Pune University and became a professor in the Psychology department. She is a inspiring and confident lady who has achieved so much in so little time. Today she is a proud politician well respected in her native ward and beyond. She always wanted to implement international procedures of women’s education, for the attainment of equal status of women in all aspects of social political and economic development within the community and the nation at large. To organize and establish women’s groups which individual and organizations committed to feminist goals can share the facilities and information on women issue or matters. To ensure the implementation of regulations geared towards the welfare and enhancement of the status of women. To educate the public on the rights of women and the means of enforcing such rights for the achievement of equality, development and peace. To co-operate with National and International NGO’s and agencies by networking and co-aligning for the achievement of specific goals for the welfare and development of women. She held various post In B.J.P. Some of her work in the field of women empowerment Starting “Mahila Bachat Gat”. Undertook De-addiction program . Conducted free Medical camps.

    Held seminars guiding women about careers on cottage industries they can start and run with government help. Also helped women by informing them about various government schemes for women empowerment which would benefit them. Currently she given a free of cost training to girls and women for basic and advance stitching course, Fashion designing, fur toys and soft toys, leather purse and cloth bags and paper bags. Successfully trained more than 3000 women beneficiaries till now through her Ngo Evergreen Education Society .she have a lots of success stories about beneficiary women’s She has established a help center where people can take benefits of various Government schemes and scholarship. She has received various awards. Like GEM OF SOCIETY Award, Vision For Victory award for politics. etc.

    As a member of the Maharashtra State Commission for Protection of Child Rights, Ministry of Women and Child Development. Government Of Maharashtra.
    She visits many child care organizations, schools, observation cells, Madrasas all over Maharashtra for measuring safety and security under J.J. Act. and guiding them. She arranges national conferences and workshops for the improvement of Minority education, and she also takes workshops with the Maharashtra Police Department spreading awareness about sexual harassment of children teaching the kids about the good touch and bad touch. She has worked with many NGOs in Maharashtra. She is an accurate and powerful woman who we all look up to. Here’s to more empowering women like her.



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