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Indian Institute of Architects commemorate achievements of women in architecture

The highlight of the event was engaging panel discussions featuring esteemed panellists Ar. Ghulam Hassan Mir, Joint Commissioner Planning, Srinagar Municipal Corporation.
12:00 AM Mar 10, 2024 IST | GK NEWS SERVICE
indian institute of architects commemorate achievements of women in architecture
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Srinagar, Mar 9:  The Indian Institute of Architects (IIA), Srinagar centre, organised an event to celebrate remarkable achievements of women in architecture.

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The organisers said the event brought together a diverse group of professionals, including architects, engineers, members of the business community, journalists, and radio personalities, to recognize and honour the significant contributions of women in shaping the architectural landscape.

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The highlight of the event was engaging panel discussions featuring esteemed panellists Ar. Ghulam Hassan Mir, Joint Commissioner Planning, Srinagar Municipal Corporation.

Ar. Bilkis Jeelani, Town Planner, Town Planning Organisation, J&K, Ar. Fatima Bano, retired Town Planner, Ar. Farhat Deeba, Principal Architect at Dezine Spectrum. Iqra Akhoon, journalist, Ar. Asma Nisar, Principal Architect at ANB Architecture Studio.

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The panelists shared valuable insights and experiences on the topic, “CHALLENGES AND TRIUMPHS: STORIES OF RESILIENCE FROM WOMEN ARCHITECTS.” The panel discussion was moderated by RJ Nasir, a Radio Jockey.

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“We are proud to celebrate the accomplishments of women in architecture and highlight their invaluable contributions to the profession,” said Ar. Irshad Majid, Chairman of IIA Srinagar Centre. “Through this event, we aim to inspire and empower more women to pursue careers in architecture and design.”

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“The IIA Srinagar Centre extends its heartfelt gratitude to all participants, speakers, and sponsors for their invaluable support in making the event a resounding success. The Centre remains committed to promoting diversity and excellence in architecture and looks forward to organising more such events in the future,” he added.

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