On this occassion the Distress Management Collective India (DMCI) in association with India Canada Association of Kingston donated five Oxygen Concentrators of 10 litres capacity as well as pulse oxymeters. The team DMCI also donated the masks made by the rehabilitated inmates of GB Road promoted by Kat-katha to the Community Health Facility of the University.
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Speaking on this occasion Mr Alphons congratulated the team to initiate the Community Health Facility as University being an integral part of the community and also being a Pharmacy and health related University has a major role to play towards the society at large.
The inaugural function was chaired by Prof. Ramesh K Goyal, Vice Chancellor, DPSRU in the presence of Shri O.P Shukla, Registrar, DPSRU, and Dr. Jaseela Majeed, Head, SAHS and senior faculty of the University.
Prof. Goyal addressed the gathering that the Community Health facility in collaboration with like-minded organizations, will facilitate the responsibilities towards the society.
The inaugural function was graced by Shri. Babu Panicker, Delhi Coordinator and executive members of DMCI, Dr. K C George, Dr. Sakhi John, Shri. Jobi Joseph, Shri Joseph Koovachal and Shri. Sudheernath.
They acknowledged the student volunteers who are working for Praan Vayu Project which saved the lives of hundreds of people during the second wave of pandemic, with certificates of appreciation and mementos. The facility would also cater the health related needs of the University and the neighbouring communities in preparation of a third wave of pandemic.