GDC Chenani, Global Helping Hands organise community health programme

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STATE TIMES NEWS

CHENANI: Govt. Degree College, Chenani organised a mega-webinar on community health under the auspices of its NSS Unit “Prayatna” in association with the NGO ‘Global Helping Hands’ and Sri Mata Vaishno Devi Narayana Super Specialty Hospital, Katra (J&K) on Friday. The Program encompassed a pertinent topic “Women & Bone Health” under the theme “AarogyakaAbhishek”.
Talat Parvez Rohella, Commissioner/Secretary, Dept. of Higher Education, J&K Govt. was the Chief Guest on the occasion. Dr. Chandra Kanta Gariyali, Former Chief Secretary of Tamil Nadu was the Guest of Honour.
Dr. Manish Kumar Varshney, Senior Consultant, Orthopaedics & Joint Replacement, Sri Mata Vaishno Devi NARAYANA Super Speciality Hospital, Katra and Dr. Arun Gupta, Medical Officer, AYUSH were the resource persons. Both the doctors highlighted the significance of the seminar and dealt in detail the health implications of Osteoporosis, a common chronic disease in aging populations with an increasing incidence worldwide.
Dr. Pragya Khanna, Principal of the College welcomed the worthy Chief Guest and other dignitaries & guests and moderated the whole program that included eminent personalities from the three organizations, J.K. Raina Rishi, Shiksha Jalla,, Col. G.K Raina, Col. Navneet Bali, M.M Mathavan, Er. Parneesh Mahajan, Er. Virdhi Singh Jamwal, Muktesh Yogi and Vikas Khajuria.
The Chief Guest, Talat Parvez Rohella, Commissioner/Secretary, Dept. of Higher Education, J&K Govt. speaking on the occasion accentuated that it is indeed a matter of concern and our duty to raise global awareness for the prevention of certain such common ailments. He said that such awareness programs encourage people to take action by learning about the risk factors and changing their lifestyle to a healthy body for life. J.K. Raina Rishi presented a formal vote of thanks.

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