Maharaja Agrasen Technical Educational Society Organises Blood Donation Camp
“Blood Donation Camp” was organized by Maharaja Agrasen Technical Education Society in association with Red Cross, AIIMS Delhi, Rotary Club of Delhi Mid-West and Rotary Club of Delhites on 31 January 2024 in the campus. Students of National Cadet Corps and National Service Scheme of the institute also participated in the event. On this occasion, Dr. Nand Kishore Garg, the founding chairman of the institute, While addressing the students he said that blood donation is a secular work in the true sense, in which no one knows which caste, religion or sect his blood will be useful to the person. He called upon the students to develop themselves by using all their energy. He appreciated the enthusiasm of the students.
Shri Mohan Garg, Joint General Secretary of the society, expressed that from the past several years, the institute has been organizing blood donation and this institute has the record of highest blood donation in Delhi. He said that the enthusiasm of students and teachers is commendable and one must involve in this noble cause.
The Program was attended by H. M. P. Singh Chairman, Delhi Heart and Lung Hospital, Gyan Chandra Agarwal, Vice President, Mates, Dr. Neelam Sharma, Director MAIT, Dr. Rajni Mahotra Dhingra, Director MAIMS and Dr. S. S. Deswal, Dean Academics MAIT were present in the program on behalf of the society.
There was a lot of enthusiasm among the youth regarding the blood donation camp. A unit of the Red Cross Society did the work of collecting blood. A total of 256 units of blood were collected and more than 400 students participated in this noble cause.
The organizers gave juice and nutritious food to the blood donors. The organizing team presented certificates to all the blood donors and gifts. Program coordinator Harsh Joshi and Dr. Umesh Pathak expressed their gratitude to all the blood donors. Faculty and students of Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Technology (MAIT), Maharaja Agrasen Institute of Management Studies (MAIMS) and Maharaja Agrasen Business School (MABS) played an important role in making this program a success.