The mission of Red Cross Cell is to inspire, encourage, and initiate at all times all forms of humanitarian activities so that human suffering can be minimized and even prevented to contribute in creating more congenial climate for peace.
PRINCIPLES of YRC
Origin of Indian Red Cross Society
During the First World War in 1914, India had no organization for relief services to the affected soldiers, except a branch of the St. John Ambulance Association and a Joint Committee of the British Red Cross. A bill to constitute the Indian Red Cross Society, Independent of the British Red Cross, was introduce in the Indian Legistative Council on 3rd March 1920. The bill was passed on 17th March 1920 and became Act XV. On 7th June 1920, 50 Members were formally nominated to constitute the Indian Red Cross Society and Sir Malcolm Hailey was elected as first Chairman. Thus Youth Red Cross was also established in all Universities and Colleges as Youth represent a substantial part of membership of Red Cross for its humanitarian commitment.
Understanding and acceptance of civic responsibilities and acting accordingly with humanitarian concern, to fulfill the same.
To enable the growth and development of a spirit of service and sense of duty with dedication and devotion in the minds of Youth.
Institution was awarded with Appreciation letter by University Youth Red Cross, M.D University Rohtak for active contribution in Youth Red Cross activities at college Level as well as university
level. The same was appreciated by Vice Chancellor, M.D. University Rohtak.
Principal Dr. (Mrs.) Suresh Boora and counselor Dr. Seemant were honoured with Appreciation and Memento for active contribution in humanitarian activities.
Teacher incharge Mrs. Anita, in district level Youth Red Cross Camp was honoured as Best Counselor at DCRUST Murthal.