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Madhwa Vadiraja Collage Bantakal COVID-19 VACCINATION AWARENESS DRIVE

Published On : 17 Apr 2021   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal


Mumbai (RBI), Apl.15: National Service Scheme (NSS) Unit of Shri Madhwa Vadiraja Institute of Technology and Management, Bantakal had organized“Covid-19 vaccination awareness drive” against Corona virus. More than 500 student volunteers actively participated and rendered their service in and around the college, Shankarpura, Udupi and near to their places. These students motivated, guided the people whose age group is above 45 to take vaccine, its usefulness and also created awareness amongst them.

The vaccination awareness drive was started on 11 April which was the birthday of Jyothibha Phule, wherestudent volunteers motivated only ladies to take the vaccine and ended the drive on 14 April which was the birthday of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar where students created awareness amongst backward community people, working people and employees and celebrated their birthday in a useful manner as per the guidelines received from the Central, State government and the University.

Mr. Nagaraja Rao Coordinator, NSS hadorganized awareness drive. Mr. Ganesh Shetty, Mr. Madhusoodhan Rao, Mr. Madhukar Nayak, Ms. Ramyashree and Ms. Nisha Reena Nazareth had participated in the awareness drive and motivated the students







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