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Graphic Era’s alumni received a rising star award

Dehradun. Graphic era three alumnis received rising star award. The alumni meet was organised in Delhi and the awards were awarded by Prof. (Dr.) Kamal Ghanshala.

The awardees included founder director Digi trans media Rahul chandel, Jitendra Cheema professional of lead technology Nagarro and Sumit Verma working with Ericsson India. Ankush Dhall director technology American  express, Amardeep Vishwakarma chief technical officer in Indian express were awarded by continuous support and engagement award. Dr. Ghanshala awarded outstanding contribution as alumni award to Mr. Pankaj Aggarwal of BCA 2002 batch.

Dr. Ghanshala while addressing the alumni meet organised in India habitat center said that Graphic era is growing continuously for its working on new technologies and resources globally. 

Dr. Ghanshala addressed the gathering by telling them about future projects of Graphic era such as Medical college, central library and Badminton court. He also added that Graphic era will be establishing it’s one more campus in Haldwani. 

In this meet several pass outs of 2001 to 2019 batch participated in the meet. In this meet caricatures prepared by Fashion and Fine art departments were depicted in the meet. Uttarakhandi cap were the center of attraction in the meet. Paytm also launched there special card for Graphic era’s alumni. The alumni’s remembered there nostalgic moments by singing songs such as Purani jeans and Papa Kehte hai. 

President Graphic era education society Mrs. Laxmi Ghanshala, Himani Semwal, Dr. Bordolai, Dr. Manish Bisht, Dr. Rajesh Pokhriyal and Sahib Sablok were present during the ocassion. 

Blood Donation mega camp starts in Graphic Era.

Blood donars are also soldiers: Governor.

Dehradun, Feburary 25 Governer Baby Rani Maurya said that the one who donates blood is like a soldier who protects our country by working hard, similarly a doner protects the life of a person by donating blood. Governor Uttarakhand came for inaugurating the blood camp at Graphic era university and she was also the spokesperson for the event. One the very first day of this blood camp 1354 unit of blood was given by the students and faculties to the needful, which was given to the famous blood banks. Governer said that apart from being a place of pilgrimage, Uttarakhand is the state of brave soul. The people of uttarakhand protects their country like a brave soldier. According to the figures India requires 1.35cr unit of blood.

According to the figures of World Health Organization,most of the pregnant women who die during pregnancy are anemic. The need of the day is to make Blood Donation a major campaign. Governor said that it is important to motivate the people for blood donation.  Blood Donation saves life. One unit of Blood can save three lives. Governor said thay today online groups on social media or mobile phones are spreading awareness for blood donation.  Governor thanked Graphic Era for organising such blood donation campaigns and providing the campus and involving students for blood donation. 

Prof Dr Kamal Ghanshala, President, Graphic Era Group said that University organises two blood donation camps every year. Till now 25000 units of blood have been donated to the state's various blood banks.  Dr Ghanshala s added that along with  high quality education and excellent placement  of students in various national and international MNCs, Graphic Era also aims them to groom them as socially responsible citizens, such blood donation camps are a part of this effort. Every year Graphic Era sets a new record in blood donation.  Last year we had donated 2852 units of blood and this year our target is to make it three thousand.

On the first day of the two day blood donation camp IMA blood bank collected 350 unit, Mahant Indresh Hospital collected 502 units, Himalayan Hospital Jollygrant collected 300 units,Doon hospital collected 101 units and AIMS, Rishikesh collected 101 units of blood.

All the blood donors were given bags with slogans Say No To Plastic written on them. 

The excitement of donating blood was clearly visible in  students  by their serpentine ques  outside the 5 Donation centre established in the premises of Graphic Era Deemed to be University and Graphic Era Hill University. The students gathered for the mandatory medical check  up before the blood donation since morning in these centres. Around 550 students were not permitted to donate blood because of them not meeting the mandatory parameters of blood donation.All such  students were given free medicak checkups and advised to eat healthy food by the doctors present there.  Dr Amal Joshi from Graphic Era Deemed to be University was felicitated by Governor   Donating blood for 51st times today and also establishing records in Blood Donation and inspiring the faculties and students of the university. Dr Azhar Ahmad donated blood for 39th time, Anil Chauhan  for the 31st time, Raj Kamal Joshi for 27th time, Dr Sanjeev Kumar donated  for 20th time, Sahib Sablok for 18th time, Nilesh Joshi for 10th time and Akhil Negi for donated blood for the 21st time.

Dr Manish Kumar Leela from Graphic Era Hill University dontaed blood for the 26th time, Aditya Harbola donated for the 20th time, Kuljinder Singh Bumbra for 15th time and Dr Rahul Raj donated blood for the 6th time.

Graphic Era will make an Application for blood Donation.

Dehradun 25 feb,To connect blood banks to blood donars and people in need of blood, Graphic Era will be soon developing  a mobile application. Dr R K Sharma, Vice Chancellor, Graphic Era University announced this in the presence of the Governor today. Dr Sharma said that the students from the CS Department of Graphic Era University would develop an apn soon which would link the blood donars with blood banks and people in need.