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GDC Akhnoor Organizes Two Days Awareness Program on Disaster Management 

Akhnoor, 9 October, 2010: Govt Degree College Akhnoor in collaboration with Civil Defence Department, Jammu organised two days Awareness Program on Disaster Management on October 8 and 9.  The N.S.S. and N.C.C units of College organized and hosted this awareness program.

Alok Nanda, Deputy Divisional Warden, Civil Defence, Jammu along with his team comprising of D.N. Ganju, Ram Chand, Sudershan Saini, Shiban as well as Kuldeep Kour, social worker,  from Civil Defence, Akhnoor, delivered two days awareness program on disaster management to  NSS volunteers and NCC cadets of college.

The civil defence team made the students aware various types of disasters and their management. They explained how a person can save lives of others while saving his/her own life during natural and anthropogenic disasters. While involving the students, the experts demonstrated various rescue operations including fires, earth quakes, road accidents, or heart attack, and providing them first aid including bandage techniques, treatment of bleeding areas, preparation

of temporary stretchers, transferring causalities from multi-storey buildings by ropes and ladders, etc.  

Principal of College, Dr. (Mrs.) Kaushal Smotra, in her welcome address highlighted the need of knowledge of disaster management among common masses particularly the youth and students. She appreciated the role of civil defence department for bringing about such programs of informal learning and raising awareness to younger generation. She underlined how youth and students could be the driving force of civil defence rather self ‚Äď defence to protect themselves, their communities and the country at large. ¬†

Prof. Rohini Jamwal, officer In-charge N.S.S. of college briefed the audience about the program whereas Prof. (Lt.) Angana Sharma, ¬†¬†ANO ‚Äď NCC at college, presented vote of thanks. Dr. M. Ashaq Malik, Officer in-charge Red Cross Unit of College, co-ordinated the proceedings of program.¬†


 

 

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