World Health Day Celebration
The NSS wing DAVIET, department of Hospitality & Tourism organised a seminar on world health day. Dr. Balraj Gupta, Physician & heart specialist addressed the audience as keynote speaker. He spoke on physical and mental health. He shared some life saving tips such as: –
- Be truthful honest to avoid any type of problem in life.
- The second mantra he shared was always focus on what is next to avoid depression so keep on moving.
In terms of physical Health, he stressed upon: –
- To take care of your weight, as with obesity many physical problems can occur.
- If there is heredity of Blood pressure, keep checking it regularly.
- Always try to eat healthy food to keep your body nourished and nutritious.
The Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering of DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jalandhar in association with NSS wing of the Institute, organized a poetry event titled Salam-e-Shahadat on March 24, 2022. As many as 40 students from different disciplines including B. Tech, BBA, B.Com and MBA participated in this event and recited patriotic poems.
Dr Manoj Kumar, Principal, DAVIET paid tribute to Shaheed Bhagat Singh and saluted the heroic deeds of the great martyrs of India. He lionized the sacrifice of freedom fighters in glowing terms and inspired the students to acknowledge their remarkable efforts. He called upon the students to take the pledge to live the life like S. Bhagat Singh and love our nation.
Dr Neeru Malhotra, HOD, Electronics and Communication Engineering, congratulated the students for their active participation and motivated them to take part enthusiastically in such events which are helpful for their intellectual development. She congratulated the faculty members of the Department for the success of the event.
Dr Ashok Kumar, NSS Programme Officer, paid tribute to Shaheed Bhagat Singh. He also congratulated the faculty members of the department for their coordination to make this event successful.
The event was concluded with the distribution of certificates and prizes.
DAVIET Celebrated World Consumer Rights Day on March 15, 2022
The Department of Business Management, DAV Institute of Engg & Technology, Jalandhar in association with NSS wing of the institute celebrated World Consumer Rights Day on March 15, 2022.
Consumers Rights Day is commemorated to safeguard consumer’s right and to ensure that customers are not subjected to market exploitation or social injustice that may jeopardize their rights. So to make people aware of their rights, this day was celebrated at DAVIET with the theme of event “Shiksha Badhao Ghrahak Bachao”. As many as 50 students belonging to different disciplines including BBA, B.Com, B. Tech and MBA participated in the event and spread awareness on consumer rights through Role-play and Skits.
Dr Manoj Kumar, Principal, DAVIET appreciated the efforts of students and encouraged the department to take up such endeavors in the future as well. He congratulated the students and faculty members for their active participation and enthusiasm.
Dr Anil Soni, HOD, Department of Business Management stressed upon the need of such awareness programmes. He assured that the Department of Business Management will extend its full cooperation for programmes related to social cause and awareness.
Dr Ashok Kumar, NSS Programme Officer, discussed about the schedule of different activities of NSS going to be held in DAVIET. He also congratulated the faculty members of the department for their coordination to make this event successful.
The event was concluded with distribution of certificates and prizes.
BLOOD DONATION CAMP ORGANIZED AT DAVIET ON 09/03/2022
The NSS Unit of DAVIET, in association with Knowledge Villa Integrated Education and Welfare Society, Blood Bank Amritsar, organized a day-long Blood Donation Camp here at DAVIET. The camp aimed to educate the students about the significance of making a useful contribution to society by saving the lives of a person in need. In the camp, more than 100 enthusiastic DAVIETians donated blood.
Dr. Manoj Kumar, Principal DAVIET, applauded the hard work put in by the NSS unit volunteers to organize the Blood Donation Camp successfully. He shared with all the present that by donating blood, the body remains healthy. Dr Manoj cautioned all the enthusiastic first-time donors that there should be a gap of 3 months between two donations. Further, he stated that around 5% of people donate blood the world over, and if this number can be increased to 10%, the blood shortage can be removed. He also highlighted that students become more humane and realize the value of life through blood donation. He also shared that the institution has signed an MOU with Knowledge Villa Integrated Education and Welfare Society, Blood Bank Amritsar to provide assistance and support to each other if and when the need of blood donors arise.
Mr Vikramjit Singh, President, Knowledge Villa Integrated Education, and Welfare Society, Blood Bank Amritsar, encouraged young blood donors to donate blood with enthusiasm. He stated that it is only when we try to help those in need that we realize our lives’ true purpose.
The NSS coordinator Dr Ashok Kumar highlighted that it is the poor strata of society that needs the most help as it can’t manage the health care facilities. He also emphasized that one unit of blood can save up to 3 lives. He urged upon the students to take part in the camp enthusiastically to save the lives of people in need.
The camp concluded with the NSS Volunteers and donators being thanked for their active participation.
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Knowledge Villa Integrated Education and Welfare Society (KVIEWS) Blood Bank, Amritsar
DAV Institute of Engineering & Technology (DAVIET), Jalandhar entered in Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Knowledge Villa Integrated Education and Welfare Society (KVIEWS) Blood Bank, Amritsar, regd. under act XXI of 1860, Circle No. 110, Gurmukh House, Main Majitha Road, Amritsar, on 01st March, 202(the Effective Date).
For organization of Blood Donation Camps, Arrangement of Blood in the hour of need to the students, staff and faculty from the designated hospitals and Holistic Development of College Youth).