Call to raise awareness on organ donation Young Indians

Call to raise awareness on organ donation Young IndiansRepresentatives of Young Indians Amaravati and Sibar Institute of Dental Sciences exchanging MoU
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Awareness should be created among people on organ donation, said Young Indians Amaravati ‘Gift an Organ’ president Dr Bhavana Chand.

Vijayawada: Awareness should be created among people on organ donation, said Young Indians Amaravati 'Gift an Organ' president Dr Bhavana Chand. An awareness programme was organised at Sibar Institute of Dental Sciences on Tuesday.

Addressing the gathering, Young Indians Amaravati 'Gift an Organ' vice-president Dr P Sruthi said that for a better and healthy society, awareness should be created among people on organ and blood donation which is very important.

The college director of student affairs Lingamaneni Praneeth said that the college management would be in the forefront to encourage, support and organise such awareness programmes on organs and blood donation apart from academics and sports to the students. A memorandum of understanding was signed by Young Indians Amaravati and the college management on organising awareness programmes on organ donation.

Young Indians Youth wing representative Rajesh said that about 19,000 students across the country have registered with Young Indians Youth wing and every year they organise sports tournament besides organising business sessions, motivational tasks useful for students.

Later, students took oath to donate organs. College principal Lingamaneni Krishna Prasad, Young Indian chair Ch Swathika, Youth chair N Bhaskar, S Balakrishna, Neelima, and others were present. They further said that people who wish to donate organs can register through www.giftanorgan.org.

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