JMIT & ISBTI Organizes Blood Donation Motivators Conference in Yamuna Nagar, Haryana

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YAMUNANAGAR: Seth Jai Prakash Mukund Lal Institute of Engineering &Technology ( JMIT ) and Indian Society of Blood Transfusion & Immunohaematology  ( ISBTI) organized a “Blood Donation motivators Conference”  in which many of the motivators who are also star donors were present.

Dr. Yudhbir SinghThe conference as inaugurated by Chief Guest Dr. Y.S. Khayalia ( IAS ), President ISBTI along with guest of honour-Dr. T.R. Raina, former Prof. & Head , Blood at Transfusion Medicine Govt. Medical College Jammu and Secretary General ISBTI National Governing Body ; Dr. Ramesh Kumar General Secretary; Dr. J. Banerjee, Director JMIT; Mr. Anil Budhiraja and Dr. Ashok Chaudhary.

First of all Dr. Ramesh Kumar shared his words of experience after that many of the social servers & motivators shared their success story of their areas & societies which is an enlightments & motivational to all present delegates & students.

After that guest of honour Dr. T.R. Raina addressed the gathering with his precious words. After that the chief guest for the conference Dr. Y.S. Khayalia addressed the gathering which is truly inspirational.

He shared his valuable experience with the delegates and stressed the participation of women in blood donation. He said before a blood donor be a blood owner.

At last but not the least Dr. J.Banerjee did the vote of thanks.




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