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Voluntary blood donation camp at Brainware University

Voluntary blood donation camp at Brainware University

Blood donation camp

Towards a noble cause

Education is incomplete if it is not beneficial towards the service of mankind. Brainware University time and again encourages its students to take part in social activities by means of which they can contribute towards the service of humanity. 

Voluntary blood donation camp at Brainware University

On May 13, 2022, Brainware University in collaboration with Barasat Government College organised a ‘Voluntary Blood Donation Camp’. Motivated by this social cause, 100 students donated blood at this event and among them 24 were female. 76 students donated their blood for the first time.  

Dr. Gunadhar Singh Sardar, Medical Officer In-charge, North 24 Parganas District Hospital Blood Centre, was present throughout the event. 

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First time donors

“I am happy to contribute for this social cause as there is a requirement for blood allover. I hope this little service will aid those who are in need of an emergency blood supply,” said a CSE student of the university who is also a first time donor. 

Another student pointed out, “There is need of blood among the Thalassemia patients. These blood donation camps help to fulfill the requirements to a large extent. We are thankful to our university for providing us with this opportunity.” 

Learning process for Allied Health Science students

The ‘Blood Donation Camp’ was also a learning process for the students of Allied Health Science Department as they were involved in the entire programme, observing the process from the Medical Technicians. 

Soon, the Allied Health Science students will be involved with the medical profession. So, these practical hands-on training sessions with industry professionals are of great help for the students.

Dr. Sardar was highly impressed by the student participation at the programme. He said, “We have been doing this at Brainware University for quite sometime. However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the camp did not take place for the last two years. But this time the response has been immense and we hope to do this on a regular basis in future.” 

 

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