Ministry of Community Wellbeing
The Ministry of Community Well-Being works closely with the ACWB and the infirmary in order to facilitate the physical, mental and sexual well-being of every member in the Ashokan community by promoting inclusivity, ease of accessibility and fostering sensitivity and awareness.
Our mandate is to:
Focus on improving current facilities for physical health on campus.
Fostering a more sensitive and aware campus regarding Mental Health.
Creating safe platforms and spaces for starting conversations around the topic of Mental Health with collaborations with ACWB.
Fostering awareness and importance about sexual health on campus.
Researching and introducing mechanisms and services to ease accessibility to persons with --- hearing, learning/cognitive, motor, visual disabilities.
Fostering a more disability inclusive, sensitive and aware campus.
Facilitating a more unified and cohesive campus for the entire Ashoka community.
Working on staff-welfare and the needs of the staff.
Aims to spread and inculcate awareness and preparedness for emergency situations.
Creating more safe spaces and platforms for starting conversations about the issues on inclusivity.
Researching on ideas and mechanisms to make Ashoka a more inclusive space.
Ananya Anurav (UG24)
Anukriti Bhargava (UG24)
Avishi Srivastava (UG23)
Divyanshu Yaduvanshi (UG23)
Elvia Dey (UG24)
Kashish Bhargava (UG24)
Kripa Krishna (UG23)
Krutika Sahu (UG24)
Madhuri Lidhoo (UG23)
Meenal Suri (UG24)
Mitali Gujarathi (UG24)
Nishtha Chopra (UG24)
Pankhudi Narayan (UG23)
Qudsia Rahman (UG23)
Rhea K (UG23)
Rithika Fernandez (UG23)
Saher Khanna (UG23)
Shraddha Dhuparh (UG24)
Siddhanth Kasi (UG24)
Stuti Kulkarni (UG23)
Sanskriti Pandey (UG23)
Vriti Gupta (UG24)
V. Ragalika (UG24)