Youth Red Cross Society
The Youth Red Cross is the most important component of Indian Red Cross Society established under Central Act XV of 1920.
YRC aims at inculcating the 7 fundamental principles of the Red Cross Movement, ie., Humanity, Impartiality, Neutrality, independence, Voluntary service, Unity & Universality. The Youth Red Cross Society us organised with a view to develop and deploy student youth resource for working towards these principles.
It also aims at inculcating in youth the ideals and practice of service specially in relation to:
- Taking care of their own health and that of others
- Understanding and accepting civic responsibility
- Promotion of national and international understanding and goodwill by using their international link of the movement.
- Promotion of volunteerism.
All students admitted to UG / PG programs, maintaining attendance as per University rules and paying the prescribed Youth Red Cross Fee shall become the members of the Youth Red Cross wing of the college.
Youth Red Cross office Bearers
Mrs. Hamsageetha , Asst Prof – YRC Officer
Mr. Balakrishna, Asst.Prof – Member
Mr. Ratheesh, Asst. Prof. – Member
Vignesh – IV Semester BCom – Vice President
Akhil – II Semester BCA – Secretary
Vrunda – II Semester BSc – Treasurer
Orientation Training Program for Student Office Bearers by YRC Society in association with BCU
YRC Office bearers attended one Day Orientation Training Program on 15.02.2020 at Senate Hall, Jnana Jyothi Auditorium.
Activities Conducted in 2019-20
Inter College Student Seminar & Paper Presentation on the main theme – “SAVE EARTH & SMART EARTH”on 22.10.2019
The Resource persons who chaired the event were:
Dr. Vijaykumar Khanna, Retd., Prof of University of Agricultural Science, Meghalaya
Ms. Uma Kulkarni, Social Activist ,Environmental Educationist & Teachers’ Trainer
Mr. Aravind Warrier, Management Consultant, HR Analyst & Corporate Trainer
Participation: 38 students from 20 colleges presented papers
Winners: Under the SAVE EARTH, Nitte Institute of Fashion Technology & under SMART EARTH, M S Ramaiah Institute of Management Studies won the Best Paper award.
National Pollution Control Day 2019- On December 2nd 2019, Students took a marathon walk down Kogilu Road carrying placards and interactions with the general public disseminating public awareness on the effects of pollution on general health of the public.