RED RIBBON CELL- INCHARGE PROF. JASPREET KAUR
- In the memory of Heavenly Soul Swami Vivekanand Red Ribbon cell with the collaboration of NSS & Women Cell Dept. Organised a talk on AIDS. Resource person Mrs. Neelam, Counsellor, T.B & AIDS control Dept. equipped students with the sufficient knowledge of causes, preventive measures and remedies of deadly disease, AIDS.
- On the occasion of National AIDS Day Mrs. Jaspreet kaur,P.O. delivered speech on AIDS to make the college students aware of this disease.
- Five students of Red Cross cell accompanied with their mentor Mrs. Jaspreet Kaur attended Youth red Cross Camp organised at Govt. P.G. college, A/Cantt. First aid, Meditation Yoga and knowledge of Ayurvedic medicine were the main topic of discussion.
|Maternity & Child Welfare||Maternity and Child Welfare schemes of National Headquarters were started in 1954 to extend Maternal and Child Development activities for the Weaker Section of the Community. The welfare activities are being continued through various Hospitals, Sub Centres and Bal Vikas Kendras.|
|Family Welfare||These are run by different states and district branches. All Red Cross MCW hospitals and centers, as well as family welfare clinics, carry out family welfare work. They motivate eligible couples to adopt small family norms and provide them with contraceptives and other family planning devices. Many of these centers are equipped to meet motivational and clinical arrangements|
|Nursing:||The Red Cross MCW units teach home nursing skills to auxiliary nurses, midwives, and housewives.|
|Blood Bank||The Indian Red Cross is a pioneer in the field of blood services and one of the largest voluntary blood banks in India since 1962. IRCS regularly conducts motivational campaigns to organize Voluntary Blood Donation Camps. It has more than 100 blood banks all over the country under different states and district branches.|
|HIV / AIDS||The IRCS is very active in the prevention Of HIV / AIDS. It trains youth to disseminate information about the prevention of HIV / AIDS through Youth Peer Education Programme. It also has programmes and projects for children of HIV positive mothers, to provided comprehensive care.|