National government colleges for women: Government post graduate colleges for men and women for 2019

The National government College for Women and Health, the body charged with promoting women in the workplace and government service, has appointed a male professor of civil engineering and a female professor of medicine to its board.

Nanita Kumar, the first woman to be appointed on the board, will serve as the head of the National Government College for Men and Women, while the second woman, M. Anjali Jain, will be the chairperson of the Board of Governors.

The government college’s board of governors comprises four women and four men.

The board also includes representatives from the National Human Rights Commission and the National Institute for Health Sciences, according to a statement by the college on Thursday.

The appointment of the two female professors was made through a letter to the governor general of India, the government said in a statement.

The college will also be responsible for ensuring a more equal representation of men and Women in the colleges of the state and the Union Territory.

It is a historic achievement that the women have taken up the responsibility of running a university that is based on the principle of the equality of the sexes.

The college is a joint venture of the central government and the state governments of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu.

The board also appointed three women from the Indian Institute of Management (IIM) and two from the institute of nursing in the same position, the college said.