NJ Yasaswy Memorial Lecture & Blood Donation Camp held at ICFAI University

HTCampus Expert updated on : 14 Dec 2015

ICFAI University conducted a Blood Donation Camp and NJ Yasaswy Memorial Lecture on “Need of values and ethics in Education”

 

Swami Bhaveshananda, Secretary of Rama Krishna Mission Ashrama delivered the NJ Yasaswy Memorial lecture at ICFAI University on “Need of values and ethics in Education”. “Unselfishness is the basis of Morality. We should follow Values in pursuit of Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha” said Swamiji.

Earlier, welcoming the audience, Prof ORS Rao, Vice-Chancellor of the University said, “Late NJ Yasaswy was meritorious and he lived a life with values and the ICFAI Group follows the values set up by him. In line with this, ICFAI University is focused on grooming its students as competent professionals, with values “. Mr Nalin Kumar, OSD (Judicial), Governor’s office, addressing the event as Guest of Honour said “When you lose wealth or heath, you lose something, but when you lose values, you lose everything in life”.

 

 

Prizes were awarded to students that excelled in studies, all-rounder, for participating in Science and Business quiz. Special prizes were given to two students –of- values, who demonstrated values in their day-to-day life.

In the morning, a Blood donation camp was held in association with Red Cross Society of India, wherein over 50 students donated blood. 40% of them were girl students.

 

Dr KK Nag member, Board of Governors, Dr Hari Haran, academic advisor and Dr BM Singh, Registrar also shared their views. Students, faculty members and staff of the university and a number of parents participated in the function.

 

 

Every year our nation requires about 4 crore units of blood, out of which only a meagre 40 Lakh units of blood is available. Blood donation is a safe process. Without prior medical check-ups no one is allowed to donate blood. Every blood donor is given a mini-physical, checking the donor's temperature, blood pressure, pulse and haemoglobin to ensure it is safe for the donor to give blood.

 

Source: Abhinav Sinha, HT Campus Specialist

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