Red Ribbon Club
As part of extension activities, the Red Ribbon Club of AMJC educates youth on the awareness to eradicate the myth and misconceptions about the plight of diseases like HIV, AIDS, and other STDs. Thus, sensitize them to celebrate the life of affected people through their care and support to aid and support their living. Students take initiatives to reduce the stigma and discrimination against the affected people through awareness.
Celebrating Life-An awareness program on 27th February 2023. Mrs. Bharani discussed fundamental information on STD, HIV and AIDS, and blood donation awareness.
Mr. Muthumanikandan educated students about the necessity of personal principles and the role of media, gender, and society. Mrs. Suja and Mr. Venkatasubramaniam also enlightened students on self-evaluation, self-limitation, and the management of life skills.
EVENT - BLOOD DONATION CAMP
Red Ribbon Club in collaboration with Madras Spice Ladies Circle – 133 and VHS Blood Bank Centre Organized a Blood donation camp on 13th April 2023 at Mahaveer Gyan Bhavan Auditiorium of Agurchand Manmull Jain college. The donated blood is especially for Thalassemia affected children who require change in blood every 21 days as the blood lacks the capacity to rejuvenate itself. The RRC Club members encouraged student’s participation by emphasizing the donated blood saves the life of many thalassemia affected children life. The VHS blood bank team arrived at the auditorium at 9am with Dr. Devaraj (MBBS) and Dr. M. Varatharajan (MBBS) and Nurses M/s. Bharathi and Mr. Mohammed Armaan and a councilor M/s Vasantha along with technicians and attenders. Our college principal was one of the donor at the start of the camp. Totally 54 volunteers came forward to donate the blood during the camp which includes teaching, non-teaching staff and student’s donors. The VHS Blood Centre team checked the weight and the hemoglobin of the donors before donating the blood. Most of the donors were the First time donors. The blood donors were given refreshments by the VHS Blood Centre team to reenergize themselves. Blood donation certificates were
distributed to all the donors as a token of appreciation by VHS blood Centre (A Unit of Voluntary Health Services, Madras, T.T.T.I. Post) The camp concluded at 5pm. The College Management provided refreshment to the VHS blood bank Centre team of 11 members. It was heartwarming end the camp as the Red Ribbon Club members thanked the VHS Blood Bank team for their gracious Cooperation. The program was made a grand success. We thank the management for the great opportunity rendered.