In order to educate the students and local people about the HIV AIDS, an AIDS awareness rally was conducted on 2nd December 2013 by Guru Nanak Institutions School of Pharmacy in association with GNITC NSS cell .The rally was started at 11.30 AM from the Government Hospital Ibrahimpatnam and ended near the Police Station Ibrahimpatnam . Around 300 students of First year Pharmacy and Engineering Branches of GNI participated in the rally. During the rally students displayed placards and distributed AIDS awareness pamphlets to the local people. Senior Public Health Officer Dr.Upender congratulated the management of GNI for this novel initiative of creating an awareness amongst the local people about the AIDS. He briefed the students about the various government policies working in the direction of creating awareness and eradicating AIDS from the society. Speaking on the occasion Managing Director GNI – Dr.H.S.Saini highlighted the importance of being pious and be faithful towards ones’ partner.
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Photo of Aids Awareness Rally
GNITC-School of Pharmacy has introduced a new course Doctor of Pharmacy which is popularly known as Pharma.D. from the academic session 2013-2014. Orientation program was organized on 24.10.2013 followed by Blood Donation Camp. Program started with inviting dignitaries on diace, lighting lamp, invocation song and further Principal’s speech. Dr. S. A. Sreenivas, Principal highlighted the gathering regarding the Approvals and affiliations of the course, Hospital MOU, difference between B.Pharmacy and Pharma.D., its career opportunity in India and abroad, GNI Management, Strength of GNI, PCI rules etc. Further Mr. Amitkumar Tiwari briefed about rules and regulations of JNTUH, examination pattern etc. Dr. Karna B. Khavane delivered vote of thanks. After the orientation program GNITC-School of Pharmacy in co-ordination with M/s Sanjeevini Blood Bank, Hyderabad organized a Blood Donation camp. The purpose of the program was to make the staff and students aware of donating blood. Program was inaugurated by Dr. S. A. Sreenivas, Principal. In his speech he addressed the gathering and briefed about the importance of donating blood and informed all to donate blood with a gap of three months. Around 100 plus volunteers donated blood making the program a grand success.
Lighting of the lamp by Dr.Sreenivas, Principal GNITC – School of Pharmacy
Students along with their parents during the orientation program
GNITIANs’ donating blood
Students waiting for donating blood
A student being examined by the doctor before donating blood