Main objective of the camp, held under Mission Shakti, is to raise health awareness
The Sanskriti Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital (SAMCH) organised a health camp for girls under "Mission Shakti". The main objective of the camp was to raise awareness about health and the importance of regular health check-ups. During the health camps, a team of students conducted a free blood test for cholesterol, sugar, haemoglobin and blood pressure.
The Mission Shakti Initiative is a government initiative for empowering girls. Under this initiative, different programmes are organised to empower girl students, where doctors and nursing professionals provide day-to-day training to them for the upliftment of their own personality and the society.
The vice-chancellor of the university, Rana Singh said, “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. These kinds of health camps are very helpful for creating health-related awareness." He congratulated the team of doctors and faculty members of SAMCH for making sincere efforts in the process of conducting a series of programmes on women empowerment.
Information on diet, exercise and weight control was also disseminated at the camp. The university has always taken measures to support national policies and campaigns that have focused on pushing India and Uttar Pradesh forward. The university has been organising a series of programmes to accomplish the goals and objectives of women empowerment programmes envisioned by the Prime Minister of India.
Presidency University students share their feelings on e-graduation
CBSE to begin online registration for Central Teacher Eligibility Test from September 20
90 percent of India's students go to universities, colleges where there is little research: principal scientific advisor to Centre
Bengal teacher holds classes for students' at their doorstep amid pandemic situation
Assam HS final special exam schedule released
Karnataka: 1,000 tabs, 350 laptops handed over to government schools to mark Modi’s birthday