Welcome back to our summer school tour! We have now arrived at our second stop, Lucknow, India. Let us introduce you to our newest partner, the Karamat Husain Muslim Girls College .
The Karamat Husain Muslim Girls College was established as a degree college in 1946 after 40 years of institutional evolution beginning as a school consisting of six girls in 1912, transforming to a high school in 1924, and upgrading Inter College in 1936 before reaching its current status. The core mission of the college is to provide young women with opportunities for skill development and empower them to confront issues, such as social sensitivity and environmental consciousness. In addition to an impressive course catalog, the Karamat Husain Muslim Girls College has a vibrant sports program featuring N.S.S, Hockey, Javelin, Badminton, Shot-put, Basketball, High Jump, Long Jump. The success of the program earned the university the opportunity to serve as the Girls Hockey Centre for the Sports Authority of India.
The program is designed to engage students in discussion surrounding communication and critical thinking skills and civil society development and will feature courses, such as “Civil Society, Social Groups and Communities”, “Raise Your Voice: Impactful Communication Skills”, and “Design Thinking”. Our program at the Karamat Husain Muslim Girls College will run for two weeks starting from the 1st of August.