Raja Narendralal Khan Women's College, RNLK, Gope College (Midnapore)

Raja Narendra Lal Khan Women's College (Autonomous)
Gope College

Re-accredited with grade ‘A’ by NAAC

Webmail
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College Societal activities

ACTIVITIES AT A GLANCE

Thalassaemia Detection and Awarness Camp

Thalassemia is one of the most prevalent disorders among inherited conditions – carried in genes and passing from one generation to other, affecting nearly 200 million people globally. It poses a serious public health threat globally because of the higher prevalence extending from the Mediterranean region and parts of Africa. In India, every year 10,000 children are being born with thalassemia which approximately accounts for 10% of the total world incidence of thalassemia-affected children and one in eight of thalassemia carriers live in India.

NSS Units in collaboration with Department of Physiology and District Thallasaemia Awarness Association organizes Thalassaemia Detection and Awareness Camps. In the last 3 years approximately 400 students of our college participated in the programme to detect the autosomal disease. Thalassaemia society of Paschim Medinipur collects the blood samples from the college and confirms the possibilities of future counseling for the carrier in order to guide such person to the right path, so that they can choose their life partner free of Thalassaemia disease. In the camp in the last year we had Mr. Jayanta Kumar Mukherjee, President of Blood Donors Association and Mr. Nilay Dhawal, T.S.O, M.D as special guests.

In the following table the details of the Thalassaemia Detection and Awareness camp are given:

Date of Programme Number of participants in the Thalassaemia Test Number of NSS Volunteers
02/08/2017 & 08/08/2017 280 350
22.07.2018 & 27.07.2018 396 400

Hon’ble Principal Madam, Dr. Jayasree Laha, delivered her speech on the curse of Thalassaemia and the importance of testing of Thalassaemia in our society. Mr. Nirmalya Kumar Sinha, NSS Programme Officer discussed about the matter. The different dignitaries from Midnapore Thalassaemia Society shared their knowledge with our NSS volunteers and other students.

Thalassaemia testing was conducted in our college premises with the help of Midnapore Thalassaemia Society

Blood Donation Camp

Blood donation is our humane duty, and it is one of the most significant contributions that a person can make for society. The NSS units of our college coordinate with the Blood Bank of Midnapore Medical College to organize the Blood Donation Camp every year. The donors are given the facility of receiving blood at free of cost whenever they need within one year. In the Blood donation camp organized, we invited The District Medical Officer and President of Blood Donation Association Mr. Jayanta Kumar Mukherjee as special guest.

In the following table the details of the blood donation programme is given:

Date of Programme Number of Donors Number of NSS Volunteers
18.09.2018 75 350
04.08.2017 103 240

Our Principal Madam Dr. Jayasree Laha encouraging the students and faculty members for Blood donation

Delivering lectures on the importance of Blood Donation Camp.

Dengue Awareness Programme

Today Dengue is one of the most troublesome diseases in our country. It is spread by a specific type of mosquito. The only way to battle this disease at a large scale is by spreading awareness amongst the general population. In order to do the same the College NSS units organize Dengue Awareness Programmes to discuss this problem and spread awareness among the students who in turn visit the nearby villages to spread this awareness.

Date of Programme Topic Speaker Number of NSS Volunteers
11.11.2017 Dengue awareness Programme Dept. of Health 350
25.11.2018 Dengue awareness Programme Dept. of Health 350

Dengue awareness programme in our adopted villages

Legal Awareness

Even today we are living in a male chauvinistic world and women are still tortured repeatedly. To get rid of this wretched condition of women Legal Awareness Programme is arranged by the College NSS units. Revered advocates are invited to our college to present their legal expertise regarding the oppression of women. They put emphasis on self reliance of women, irrespective of utilizing ‘Gana Adalat’ to file cases free of cost.

In the following table the details of the Legal Awareness is given:

Date of Programme Topic Speaker Number of NSS Volunteers
10.08.2018 Women’s Security and Rights Dept. of Philosophy 370
06.09.2017 Legal Awareness Programme Mr. Raghunath Bhattacharya , Eminent Lawyer, Mr. Sukumar Poira , Eminent Lawyer and District Judge 300

Mr. Raghunath Bhattacharya, Eminent Lawyer and Mr. Sukumar Poira, Eminent Lawyer and District Judge and Ms. Gargi Medda, Associate Professor & Head, Dept. of Philosophy, delivered their lectures on Legal Awareness.

Save The Girl Child

NSS units of our college have also taken the initiative to spread awareness about the importance of girl children in our lives.  Our Prime Minster, Sri Narendra Modi has launched a campaign called “Beti Bachao- Beti Padhao”, which is aimed at the removal of cruelty towards the girl child in the Indian Society. To spread the world wide slogan of “Save the Girl Child” this sensitive one day camp is organized by NSS units in the college seminar hall. Foeticide and Gender detection test are banned and are culpable crimes. Women empowerment can enhance the development of the society as well as the country.

In the following table the details of the Save the Girl Child is given:

Date of Programme Topic Collaboration Number of NSS Volunteers
12.08.2018 Save the Girl Child Dept. of Health and Dept. of Philosophy 370
12.08.2017 Save the Girl Child Dept. of Health and Dept. of Philosophy 280

Prof. Tapan Kumar De, Professor, Dept. of Philosophy and Life World, & NSS Programme Co-ordinator, Vidyasagar University and Dr. R.N. Pradhan, Deputy CMOH, Paschim Medinipur delivered their valuable speeches on “Save the Girl Child’.

Health Awareness And Health Check-Up Camp

This camp is dedicated towards creating a healthier society by popularizing preventive measures; NSS units of our college organize awareness programs on various issues of health and hygiene. For this purpose, special lectures are organized by the doctors as well as our Bioscience Faculties. Rallies are also organized involving the children and youth of the villages. This is done as Children are the best means to carry the message to their parents, family and other community members. We have organized several health camps in the adopted villages for the benefit of the community people of that locality particularly for the children and the mothers.

Date of Programme Topic Speaker/Health Check up Number of NSS Volunteers
11.03.2019

Psychological Health

Dr. Debdulal Dutta Roy, Associate Professor, Psychological Research Unit, Indian Statistical Institute 375
16.02.2018

Health check up of community people at adopted villages

Dr. Prasanta Das, BMOH, Kewakul Rural Hospital, Goaltore.  Health check up in adopted villages 375

Health check up camp organized with the help of Dr. Prasanta Das, BMOH, Kewakul Rural Hospital, Goaltore for the children and rural women living in the adopted villages. Mr. Nirmalya Kumar Sinha, SACT-II, Dept. of Nutrition & NSS Programme Officer taking dietary information from the rural mothers. NSS Volunteers helping the Doctors.

Health check up among the students was done by the Medical Specialist

Safe Drive Save Life

"Safe Drive Save Life" campaign was initiated by the state government to bring down the road accidents and effect better traffic measures. Our College NSS Units participated in this campaign to promote better traffic measures among the students.

Date of Programme Topic Number of NSS Volunteers
06.08.2018-07.08.2018 Safe Drive Save Life 200

Doctors and Motor Vehicle Officers delivered their speeches and Dr. Sukumar Mondal, TCS of our College judging the posters prepared by our NSS volunteers.

Demonstration of safe drive in our college campus

Aids Awareness Day

World AIDS Day, designated on 1 December every year since 1988, is dedicated to raising awareness of the AIDS pandemic caused by the spread of HIV infection, and mourning those who have died of the disease. The NSS units along with NCC arranged rally and road show every year. There was some quiz session on some basic data of HIV\AIDS for the students. The NSS units along with NCC arranged rally and road show from campus to Rangamati High School and Road show at Rangamati Chak. The passersby get motivated by the strong conviction of NSS volunteers slogan such as “Patients die out of ignorance and not the actual disease”, “Spread the message and not the virus”.

The NSS units along with NCC arranged rally and road show from campus to Rangamati High School and Road show at Rangamati Chak. The passersby get motivated by the strong conviction of NSS volunteers slogan such as “Patients die out of ignorance and not the actual disease”, “Spread the message and not the virus”.