Shakti

“Being Woman”

Respect and empower women to empower Society.

– Inspire Lives.

 

To be a women means “” – The Power itself. Shakti is translated "" She implies "” . The Shakti is both responsible for creation and the agent of all change. Shakti is cosmic existence as well as liberation. Shakti is the protector of the Society, the punisher of evil people, the curer of diseases, and the one who gives welfare to the universe.

Women empowerment is the most important issue of the society. There is huge demand of empowering women in the society to let them freely live their life, give them equal rights to take part in any activity, have sense of self-worth, etc. Women are integral part of growth journey for any society. Empowering women to participate fully in economic life across all sectors is essential to build stronger economies, achieve internationally agreed goals for development and sustainability, and improve the quality of life for women, men, families and communities. Respecting women means allowing them to develop these talents inside the family, in society and in international arenas.

It is no doubt women have come a long way globally to gain equal rights to their male counterparts in different facets of society. Women have had to struggle a lot more to break glass ceilings and to push society as a whole out of their old ways of thinking to realize the crucial roles women can and do play in helping building democratic systems and sustainable economies.

Shakti

At Insight, the culture is absolute gender diversity, equality and inclusion. We believe in complete Respect and Empower Women.

Insight Values:

  • Establish high-level corporate leadership with gender equality.
  • Treat all women and men fairly at work—respect and support human rights and nondiscrimination.
  • Ensure the health, safety and well-being of all employees (women and men).
  • Implement enterprise development, and marketing practices that empower women.
  • Promote equality through community initiatives and advocacy.
  • Measure and publicly report on progress to achieve gender equality.

 

“Quote by Neel Shah”

The change begins now, as we are working towards men involvement in women empowerment we need to start talking to the little boys, at home, in communities and schools about how important a woman is to our society, so that when they become men they will not abuse or look down on women.


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Amisha Shah
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Kajal Vibhakar
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Kalpana Shah
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Ketki Parekh
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Savitha Pillai
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Gulnaz Shaikh
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Maya Borade
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Ankita Sapariya
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Pradnya Vartak
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Veena Naik
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Ashwini Kelkar
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Mansi Gandhi
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Reesha Rodrigues
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Ankita Vora
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Priya Gawade
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Sharayu Desai
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Nilima Mehul Patel
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Renuka Bhojane
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Tejal Patel
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Ashwini Parab