About Us

YRC/RRC

The Youth Red Cross unit of the college has been designed to involve young students that support humanitarian services to the fellow human being with respect to health-related services to the community through Voluntary Service. The Youth Red Cross Society is a worldwide, well-known, universally accepted, admired, and internationally identified humanitarian service organization. The students have to participate and coordinate in the various activities of YRC.

Vision: Each generation passes on the torch of development to the next. Hence it becomes the challenge for the present generation to groom the future of tomorrow and that is the 'Youth'.

Scope: Encouraging community service through training and education is fundamental in cultivating a culture of empathy, compassion, and social responsibility. By empowering individuals with the knowledge and skills to make a difference, we can work towards minimizing and preventing human suffering, ultimately fostering a more peaceful and harmonious society.

Objectives:

  • To encourage the students to extend their humanitarian services to the society.
  • To develop leadership quality among the students.
  • To inculcate human values in the youth of our country.
  • To understand and accept civic and human responsibilities.
  • To offer first aid training to all the YRC volunteers.
  • To promote voluntary blood donation among the youth.
  • To counsel the students regarding the various preventives for their proper health and importance of blood donation.
  • Some of the activities of YRC:

  • Rally to Vote
  • Blood Donation Camp
  • Deworming Day
  • Orientation Program about YRC to newly admitted students
  • First Aid Awareness program
  • Fire Safety Training
  • Drive Safely Awareness Camp
  • National Youth Day programme
  • Basic Life Support Awareness Program
  • The Red Ribbon Club (RRC) Program is a voluntary on-campus intervention aimed at heightening the risk perception and preventing HIV among youth. Red Ribbon is a globally recognized symbol for HIV/AIDS awareness.

    Aim:

  • To equip youth with correct information on HIV/AIDS Prevention,
  • To provide care and support to the patients.
  • To make HIV/AIDS free INDIA by creating awareness about the spread and cause of HIV/AIDS among the student teachers.

  • Objectives:

  • To reduce new HIV infection among youth by raising their risk perception through awareness on Sex, Sexuality and HIV / AIDS.
  • To motivate youth and build their capacity as peer educators and change agents by developing their skills on leadership, negotiation, and team building.
  • To promote voluntary non-remunerated blood donation among youth.
  • To instill the value of life skills for better and healthier life.
  • To motivate youth and build their capacity as peer educators developing their skills on leadership, negotiation, and team building.
  • Scope:

  • The club attempts to mainstream HIV /AIDS prevention, mitigation, stigma reduction care and treatment among the youth in higher education institutions.
  • The club trains the student volunteers to act as peer educators to further spread the message inside and outside the campus.
  • The club facilitates testing and referrals for students after counseling.