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Red Ribbon Club Conducts 3 days workshop

24 November 2011, Dehradun The Red Ribbon Clubs, which conduct workshops across cities, under the sponsorship of Uttarakhand State Aids Control Society, this time choose Graphic Era University! The three days workshop, organized by Department of N.S.S., Hemwati Nandan  Bahuguna Garhwal University, spanned from 24th Nov till 26th Nov, 20011.

Dr. D.S.Negi, the Programme conveyor, Hemwati Nandan Bahuguna Garhwal University who spearheaded workshop at GEU, expressed his heartfelt gratitude towards Professor Kamal Ghanshala, President, GEU, thanking him, facilitate this noble initiative and specially the Logistics.

Whereas the Chief Guest Dr .P.C. Kapri (Senior Programme Director, Uttarakhand Aids Control Society) was acknowledged giving detailed information about the four main workshops falling under U.S.A.C.S and appreciating RRC programme carried out by N.S.S., the other prominent Chief Guest, Dr. A.S. Uniyal (State Relation Officer, informed about the various programmes being conducted by N.S.S.

Dr. Savita Bansal, Senior Gynaecologist, H.I.H.T University, the main Speaker at the workshop, gave detailed information about AIDS and the preventive measures.

Dean Management of Graphic Era University and Associate Professor, Dr. R.L.Raina, shared the need for more people participate in the varied programmes of N.S.S.

The culmination of the programme saw Dr. S.R. Khanduja, Vice Chancellor of Uttarakhand Graphic Era Hill University Dehradun, acknowledging the participation of the Chief Guests and sharing the need for Nodal Officers to keep supporting such programmes. Apart from this, he also expressed gratitude to all the officers and workers.

The event won the presence of dignitaries such as Programme Officers of Sri Guru Ram Rai P.G. College, Dr. Sanjay Padliya, Professor Anand Mittal, Dr. Chetna Bisht, Dr. Seema Beniwal and Dr. Vinit Sharma.

Active participation received from GEU’s students and N.S.S Programme Officers, Amal Shankar Shukla, and Anand Mittal, is certainly worth an appreciation. So, is the sensitivity and enthusiasm of N.S.S., for this noble cause.