Zonal Meets in India

Posted by | Jan 23, 2019 |

Zonal meets spread the fragrance of Inner Wheel to all corners of the country and are instrumental in ensuring participation of maximum number of Inner Wheel members. These meets are an exciting package of fun, showcasing of talent, recognition of deserving member in various fields. A peep into various projects been done by our Districts all over India and other relevant business matter.

A golden opportunity to listen to the pearls of wisdom of our own IW stalwarts  and invitee speakers of high repute. In the Zonal meets we honour our deserving IW members & IW business women. New generation members from various fields are invited to introduce them to the relevant projects being carried out by our organization. We motivate them to join Inner Wheel. Street plays stressing on save mother earth and depicting various social issues are enacted for public awareness.

Bike rallies by empowered women to spread the message of literacy, clean and green environment, saving water and various other problems affecting the Indian population. Women achievers our felicitated and members get to know their success story. There are shopping arcades to promote women entrepreneurs. Vocational help to the needy is provided. These meets are very popular and much awaited events for the members. 

East Zone meet was held at Bhuvnesharodhisa Association, with President Smita Pingle was the Chief Guest. Highlights of the meet were Chat show With New Gen and Scooter Rally in the city to bring awareness on relevant social issues. 











In West Zone meet a project on women empowerment was done. Twelve Auto Rickshaws were donated to twelve women drivers.  










At North Zone Meet at Allahabad Clean Ganga Rally was conducted. AP Smita Pingle and all members actively participated. A Happy School was Inaugurated in an adopted village.  







South Zone Meet was held in Vijayawada. AP Smita Pingle was the Chief Guest 32 Sanitary Napkin Vending Machines were donated. A Fashion show with poor women was a highly appreciated event at the meet.













Dr. Surjit Kaur