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GMC organises programme on ‘Say No to Drugs’
3/18/2023 10:48:13 PM

Early Times Report

Jammu, Mar 18: GMC,Jammu organised a poster making competition & interaction prog. with the MBBS Students in the GMC Auditorium on the theme of ‘Say No to Drugs’. Dr. Shashi Sudhan Sharma Principal & Dean was the Chief Guest on the occasion. She during her interaction with the Students said that all the Students have to take care of their health and they have to be aware about the menace of drug addiction & its harmful effects on the society.
She said that although Medical Students have to face stress in their career but they have to be strong,develop a strong bond with their Family & Friends and be open to discussing their problems with the Family, Seniors & Faculty Members. She further said that the Students should become Ambassadors of creating awareness about drug addiction in the society & they should contribute in giving a new direction to the young generation towards a bright future. Dr.Seema Gupta HoD pharmacology and Chairperson of the organising Committee said that building a strong character is one of the essential things required for the proper development of personality of a Student.
The Students also presented Songs,Poems related to creation of awareness about drug addiction. The event was organised in collaboration with Radio Mirchi 98.3.Dr.Sindhu Sharma Prof. Pathology, Dr. Bharti Thaker Associate Professor Pathology, Dr. Rakesh Behal Prof. PSM & Dr.Rashmi Gupta Asso. Prof. PSM, Miss Chahat MBBS Student were the Organisers of the event.The event concluded with distribution of Certificates amongst the winners of the Poster competition by the Chief Guest.
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