75th Anniversary of Indian Independence, dubbed as 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav', is an ongoing event that began on 12 March 2021 and will continue up to 15 August 2023. The idea behind the campaign is to instill the feeling of patriotism in the hearts of people and reminisce the journey of lndia and those who have contributed towards creating this great nation.Highlighting the need to bring women power in the country to the fore, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that Nari Shakti will come forth as Rashtra Shakti (nation power) during the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. 'It is important to educate women to transform society for the better. Women have been an integral part of even the Indian freedom struggle. Nari Shakti will come forth as Rashtra Shakti during the Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav,' PM Modi said. 'It is the responsibility of all of us to bring the womens power of the country to the fore in the form of nation power. Today, the central government is trying to remove every obstacle that is being faced by women in the country, which prevents them from moving forward,' he added.The celebrations include various programs, performances, various rallies, community carnivals, etc.All-Women Troops Of ITBP Wave 'Tiranga' At 17,000 FtAll-women troops of Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) completed a special patrol themed around 'Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav' and waved the 'Tiranga' at a height of 17,000 feet along Uttarakhand-China border on August 9, 2022.ITBP have been deploying women personnel on border outposts since 2016. The force has close to 2,500 women in its ranks. The ITBP guards the 3,488 km India-China borders mostly in high altitude rugged terrain and in snow and difficult climatic conditions.First Woman Officer To Join Indian Army Aviation CorpsAbhilasha Barak became the first woman officer to join the Army Aviation Corps as a combat aviator.'Golden Letter Day in the history of Indian Army Aviation. Captain Abhilasha Barak becomes the first woman officer to join Army Aviation Corps as Combat Aviator after successful completion of training. Captain Abhilasha Barak has been awarded the Coveted Wings along with 36 Army Pilots by Director General and Colonel Commandant Army Aviation. Young aviators are now ready to spread their wings in Combat Aviation squadrons,' a statement by the Indian Army read.AMHSSC Launches Free Online Training Program For WomenThe Apparel Made-Ups and Home Furnishing Sector Skill Council (AMHSSC), launched an online free skill training program Apne Ghar Se Kare Silayi Ka Prashikaran for giving training on bag making skills supporting Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsva initiative by the Government of India. This program will be open for all women candidates who want to learn basic stitching from their home premises. The program is conducted by an Industry expert from the Apparel sector.Dr Roopak Vasishtha, CEO AMHSSC said that: 'The government is phasing out single use plastic (SUP) gradually and is promoting eco-friendly products and the primary focus has shifted to cotton bags for wholesale and retail markets. This move will not only be greatly effective in reducing big plastic waste but also open plethora of opportunities for Apparel manufacturers in the carry bag space. The demand is expected to be huge for plastic substitutes not only in India but also across the world'.