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SKUAST organises Woman Health Awareness programme on Menstrual Hygiene
3/18/2024 10:59:56 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Mar 18: National Service Scheme and Health Centre, SKUAST-Jammu, under the patronage of Prof. B. N. Tripathi, Hon'ble Vice Chancellor SKUAST-Jammu and able guidance of Prof. Sudhakar Dwivedi, Dean Students Welfare organised "Woman health Awareness programme on, 'Menstrual Hygiene" under Fit India Movement for students and female staff of Main Campus, Chatha, SKUAST-J wherein a special lecture was organised. Prof. Sudhakar Dwivedi, Dean Student Welfare welcome the guest Dr Arun Arora Professor in Gynaecology and obstetrics in GMC Udhampur by presenting a bouquet of flower. He spoke on the occasion and stressed upon the students in particular to be aware about own health and make others too. He appreciates the efforts of health centre and NSS coordinator for arranging such lecture as these are much needed for the student welfare. Dr. Sushma Gupta Medical officer of University Health Centre briefed about the need of organising such lectures and also elaborated various problems being faced by students during menstrual cycle. She stressed upon the students to take utmost care during this period and disposing off of sanitary pads.
The highlight of the programme was the elaborative presentation by Dr. Arun Arora about the Menstrual Hygiene and care during pregnancy. He deliberated upon in detail about the role of menstrual hygiene in growing girls. He also explained various causes of breast and cervical cancer and its detection and prevention.
Dr. Rajesh Katoch Dean FVSc. also attended the programme and appreciated Dean students Welfare for arranging such lectures which is useful for the benefit of female students and staff too. A large number of students of Chatha campus attended the programme and interacted with Gynaecolgist regarding various issues. The programme ended by presenting memento to speakers and with vote of thanks presented by Dr Anil Gupta, Medical Officer. The proceeding of the programme was looked after by Dr. Subhash C. Kashyap, NSS programme Coordinator and Dr. Sushmita Dadich, Dr. Veena Sharma and Dr. Aditi Lal Koul NSS programme officers
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