Self Defence For Girl Students

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Keeping in view, the rising number of crimes against girls in the country, it is important to provide self-defence training to them in the schools to ensure their safety and security. Self-defence training is a life skill that helps girls to be more aware of their surroundings and be prepared for the unexpected at any time. Through the self defence training, the girls are taught to become psychologically, intellectually and physically strong enough to protect themselves in times of distress. Self defence training techniques instills self confidence amongst girls and helps to promote girls education particularly their transition to secondary and higher secondary level and to reduce the dropout rate in schools.

Crimes against women have been more than doubled over the past ten years, according to latest data released by the National Crime Records Bureau. As many as 2.24 million crimes against women were reported over the past decade: 26 crimes against women are reported every hour, or one complaint every two minutes, reveals an India-Spend analysis based on the last decade’s data. The semantic meaning of “crime against women” is direct or indirect physical or mental cruelty to women. Crimes directed specifically against women and in which only women are victims are characterized as “crimes against women”. Kidnapping and abduction of women (315,074) is the third-most-reported crime followed by rape (243,051), insult to modesty of women (104,151) and dowry death (80,833). In the recent year cyber-crimes against women have also increased.

With growing crimes against women and girl child, it becomes imperative to teach selfdefense to every girl and trainings shall be repeated every year with a warmup capsule session. This shall be made a mandatory part of curriculum in all the schools, colleges, skill institutes etc. later on.

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Self Defense Workshop :

Introduction to Self-Defense Concepts

· Warm-up and Stretching

· Wrist hold with single hand

· Wrists hold with both hands

· Shoulder Grab with single hand

· Shoulder Grab with both hands

· Bear Hug from front with arms free

· Bear Hug from front with arms pinned

Nirbhaya Self Defense Kit

Scene 01 Perpetrator is at a distance or running after the victim with enough gap between the two.

Scene 02 Perpetrator is at a medium range

Scene 03 Perpetrator is at very close range

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  • Dr. Preeti Adhav
  • Dr. Preeti has over 24 years of professional experience and is an alumnus of IIM-Bangalore. She is a PMP and ACP certified professional from Project Management Institute, USA, President : India - Northern USA Bilateral Business Council WICCI. Dr Preeti is a serial entrepreneur. Prior to founding Monks- Learning Lab she has been the co-founder of Usha Diagnostics, a state of art Medical Imaging center at Mumbai, India. She has varied and rich experience in Learning and Development and is a trainer affiliated with MSME (Ministry of Small and Medium Enterprises- Govt of India) & IIM Bangalore.

  • Maj Gen VPS Bhakuni, VSM (R), CEO - EAPD
  • The General Officer has participated in various operations including Counter insurgency operations like Op Pawan (Sri Lanka IPKF), Op Rakshak and Op Parakram in Jammu & Kash- mir. As a Maj Gen, the officer has commanded the prestigious Garud Mountain Division. He also led a delegation to the United Kingdom and Nepal for mutual cooperation besides serving in Bhutan during a joint Training Mission

We have highly trained and specialised Instructors (Male and Female) who have many international certifications and have been instrumental in imparting Self Defense training for number of years. Our instructors has successfully delivered training to NSG, Sky Marshals, BSF, CISF, Indian Army Ghatak Units, Police, and other Organizations.

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