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CT Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences holds Blood Donation Camp under the supervision of Civil Hospital

Punjab Tribune Bureau | March 05, 2021 05:39 PM
Punjab Tribune Bureau

More than 100 students donated blood in the camp

 JALANDHAR: With the intent of Corporate Social Responsibility, CT Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences, South Campus, Shahpur organized a ‘Blood Donation Camp’ under the guidance & supervision of Civil Hospital Jalandhar.

During the camp, more than 100 students & faculty members donated their blood voluntarily. A contingent of 10 team members comprising of doctors and technicians from Civil Hospital, IMA- Jalandhar branch and staff and students of CT Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences contributed effectively for the same under the guidance of Dr. Navneet Kaur. The students were counseled for safety & significance of Blood Donation in societal interest.

 

Charanjit Singh Channi, Chairman, CT Group highlighted the importance of Blood Donation which can help to save thousands of lives. He inspired the students to come forward and donate blood to safeguard lives of others.

On this occasion, CT Group Managing Director Manbir Singh, Vice Chairman Harpreet Singh, Campus Director Dr GS Kalra and Principal CTIPS Dr. Surya Gautam were present along with students and staff members.

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