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Blood donation camp held at SMVITM

Published On : 17 Oct 2016   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Udupi: National Service Scheme (NSS), Youth Red Cross wing, (YRC) and Rotaract Club of Shri Madhwa Vadiraja Institute of Technology and Management, Bantakal, in association with Mogaveera Youth Club, Udupi, G.Shankar family trust, Udupi and Blood bank of K.M.C, Manipal organized one-day blood donation and free health check-up camps at the institute premises on 8 October 2016.

Dr. Shamee Shastry, Doctor in Charge, KMC Blood Bank, Manipal inaugurated the camp by lighting the lamp. Prof. Dr. Thirumaleshwara Bhat, Principal of SMVITM; Mr. Raju Shriyan Vice President Mogaveera Youth Club Udupi District; Mr. Jagadeesh, President, Mogaveera Youth Club Haladi Unit; Mr.Ramesh Mogaveera, Mr.Raghavendra Mogaveera, Mr.Sudhakar Kanchan, respectively the President and memebers of Mogaveera Youth Club Kundapura Taluk; NSS/YRC Coordinator Mr. Nagaraja Rao, HOD’s of various departments, members of the NSS, YRC and Rotaract Club and student volunteers were present during the inaugural function.

More than 200 Volunteers, including faculty, staff and students of SMVITM and public had donated blood with a total of 200 units of blood collected at the camp.

More than 100 people, including public, staff and students of SMVITM underwent skin, ENT and health checkup by experienced doctors from KMC Manipal.







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