The Youth population in our country is not only large in number, but also more vigorous and active, more open & responsive to new ideas & change. They also play a vital role for the Promotion of the masses. YRC of the college by organizing seminars, rallies & other activities works for the promotion of health & wellness, arrange awareness programmes for healthy living and life style change, prevention of life threatening diseases like HIV/AIDS, eradication of social evils like drug addiction, female foeticide, imparting education of blood & eye donations etc.


The College Youth Red Cross conducts various programmes & activities like

  • Promotion of health and hygiene.
  • National Integration.
  • World Friendliness.
  • Eradication of social evils such a Drug-addiction, HIV/AIDS awareness, Female Feticide, Dowry, Illiteracy etc.
  • Protection of environment to combat climate changes.
  • Promotion of Voluntary Blood Donation & Eye Donation movement.

Keeping the above areas in view the Youth Red Cross of College implement a number of activities by involving the Youth Red Cross Volunteers.

Students are encouraged to take part in Blood Donation camps, State level / District Level Inter College youth camps.


A Blood donation camp was organized on the eve of Shaheedi Diwas on 22nd March 2017 by Red Cross Cell, NSS and B.Voc. courses Sports Nutrition and Physiotherapy & catering technology and Hotel Mangement in collaboration with Red Cross Society, Sonipat. Approx. 100 units of blood were donated in the this camp by faculty members, students and local resident. This blood donation camp was organized with a motive to give service to humanity by conveying a message, "open your heart - open it wide, Someone is standing outside"


A First Aid Training Camp was organized from 17-03-2017 to 23-03-2017 by Red Cross Cell, NSS and B.Voc. courses Sports Nutrition and Physiotherapy and Catering Techology and Hotel management in collaboration with Red Cross Society. Sh. Dharamveer Dahiya gaev some useful tips during this training regarding primary medical aids. Students also learnt how to give assistance to any person suffering a sudden illness or injury with care provided to preserve life. He also made aware the students by giving some empirical knowledge. Dr. Seemant, Dr. Sushma, Dr. Suman and Mr. Parveen did enthusiastic efforts to made this camp a grand success. Total 185 students were benefitted by this training.

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