Bahra University NSS unit collects 105 units at blood donation camp
SHIMLA- The NSS unit of Bahra University, Shimla, organized a blood donation camp, where students, teaching and non-teaching staff volunteered. A total of 105 units of blood was collected at the camp. Two teams of doctors led by Dr Gagan Dillon, Blood Bank Officer, Kamla Nehru Hospital, and Dr Anita Lohia, Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital, Shimla, supervised the camp.
The blood donation camp was started in the presence of Pro Chancellor Prof (Dr) SK Bansal and Vice-Chancellor Prof (Dr) Daljit Singh.
Speaking on the occasion, Prof SK Bansal highlighted the importance of blood donation. Prof Bansal said the blood donation can help to save thousands of lives and also inspired students to come forward to save valuable lives by donating blood.
Prof. Daljit Singh lauded the role of the NSS unit of the university and suggested that conducting of more such camps to benefit the society. He also encouraged the students and staff to participate in this noble cause in a big way.
Bahra University has been periodically organizing such social welfare activities on its campus. The NSS has been active in organizing such camps as in the past too students and staff members of the university have voluntary participated in such social welfare activities.