The Youth Red Cross is a constituent of the Indian red cross society :-
A group movement organized at the initial stages for students between 18 to 25 years of age within
the colleges. We in our college have a Youth Red Cross wing. Student of any discipline can become
a Youth Red Cross member. Our Youth Red Cross unit has 150 members under the guidance of a programme Officer.
Mega Health Care check up camp.
Mega voluntary Blood Donation Camp. 3- Cancer Awareness
Women Safety and Law Awareness Programme 8- Traffic Awareness
Principal - Dr. Kiran Gajpal
Convenor - Dr. Preeti Sharma
Members - Dr. VaibhavAcharya Mrs. Vinita Sahu Mrs. HemlataSahu
Sports Officer - Dr. MahendraSarva
Librarian - Dr. SheelaPatnayak (Just Retd.)
Student Union - President
WHY YOUTH SHOULD BE A MEMBER OF YOUTH RED CROSS
The hope of every nation in the world lies in its young people. We in our institution, prepare our students to be caring citizens so that, they have an opportunity to touch the lives of the needy and the helpless. We try to make a difference in our students through Youth Red Cross.
Youth Red Cross unit members are the builders of the Nation who take part in bringing
the very motto of Youth Red Cross that is "SERVICE TO SOCIETY".
Three cardinal principles encompass all Youth Red Cross activities –
Promotion of Health and Life
Service to the Sick and the Suffering
Promotion of National and International friendship to develop the mental and moral capacities of the Youth.
Promotion of Health and Hygiene
Service to other
Relief work during emergencies like flood, fire and other natural calamities.
Creating awareness about health and hygiene, is a priority area. So youth red cross observes the following commemorative days with lectures, health camps & blood donation camp-
World health Day
World Red Cross Day
World Blood Donation Day
World AIDs Day
International Women’s Day
NSS Unit of this college
Government Departments and non Governmental Voluntary Organization.
We through our active Youth Red Cross unit, inculcate in our students,
humanitarian action based on the fundamental principles of the Red Cross Society which includes –
Protection of life
Health and Human Dignity
Respect for others
Acceptance of responsibility
tohelp other without discriminations based on nationality, Gender, Belief, class or political opinions.