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Thursday, 24 November 2022 | PNSD

IWCS provides vaccines for cervical cancer


Under the auspices of the Innerwheel Club of Swarnarekha Ranchi District 325 and under the leadership of Club President Namrata Kumar, a programme to give the second dose of cervical cancer vaccine free of cost to poor orphan adolescent girls of the State was done at Berlin Diagnostic Hospital on Wednesday. All staff of Berlin Hospital Vice President Mala Srivastava, Treasurer Soma Bhaduri Sangeeta Sinha, Rinku Banerjee, Nupur Sheshank participated to make this programme successful.


30th Foundation Day celebration of FOWA


The Forest Officers Wives Association celebrated its 30th Foundation day on 23rd November with great zeal and enthusiasm. On this occasion , President of FOWA Vibha Srivastava  assured that they would continue to render selfless service to strengthen the society and help the needy people.  Members reflected on the journey of FOWA and the various initiatives taken up to help the society. Fowa actively organises a plethora of social activities. The programme was attended by President Vibha Srivastava, Vice President Ruchi Upadhyay, Secretary Poonam Ranjan, Joint Secretary Sunandita Das, Treasurer Meenu Pandian, Founder member Usha Sinha, Sabita Mishra, Promila Singh, Sudha Choudhary, Mukta Srivastava, Madhavi Chattetjee, Leena Rastogi,Ranjana Samant,Anju Singh, Seema Kumar, Rekha Rajpurohit and others.


CMPDIL inks an MoA with Prayas JAC Society


CMPDIL(HQ) under CSR  signed an MoA with Prayas Juvenile Aid Centre Society for the project “Skill training on General Duty Assistance (GDA) to 50 female candidates from Jharkhand '' amounting to Rs 10.98 lakhs. In the General Duty Assistance training programme, candidates  will be trained to provide basic nursing care and treating of ill patients etc. After completion of training these students can work in Hospitals, Old Age Homes, Patient’s Homes, Community Care Centers and Mental Health Institutes. The project aims to uplift the women from poverty and enable them to be self reliant economically. The MoA was exchanged between RK Mahapatro, General Manager (HRD/CSR), CMPDIL(HQ) and Indu Rani Singh, Executive Director, Prayas JAC Society. On this occasion CSR team from CMPDIL and Prayas JAC team were present.


JN Mishra elected as Chairman of NIPM


The general body meeting of NIPM Ranchi Chapter was held in the Campus of Central Coalfields, Ranchi in which Director (Personnel) CCL and BCCL, Harsh Nath Mishra was elected as Chairman with full majority. Addressing the meeting, Mishra said that monthly activities will be undertaken by the Chapter so that the HR fraternity come forward to become members of the Chapter voluntarily.  He said that workshops on technical sessions will be conducted at different places including in different organisations. “The professionals from all the organisations in and around Ranchi are being invited to become its member. Members of NIPM from different organisations will be included in the Core Committee,” he added. The meeting was attended by several luminaries of NIPM from different organisations. Considering the role of Artificial Intelligence, the session will be held on December 17.


Morning Walkathon by Indian Bank


A ‘Morning Walkathon – Ind Prabhat’ was organized on November 20 at Airport Road, Ranchi from 6.00 am by Doranda branch in coordination with Indian Bank, Zonal Office, Ranchi. The purpose of this programme was to make everyone aware of the various products of Indian Bank. For this, various loan, deposit and digital products of Indian Bank were promoted through banners, posters and leaflets. In this walkathon, Zonal Manager, FR Bokhari; Chief managers and staff members of Ranchi circle and Ranchi branches participated in the presence of Deputy Zonal Manager, Prabhakar Kumar. Apart from this, retired staff members of Indian Bank and erstwhile Allahabad Bank also participated in this program. During this everyone met the morning walker and wished him "Ind Prabhat".


Inter School recitation competition


An Inter School English Recitation Competition for Classes III to V was held at The International Library and Cultural Center on Wednesday. The schools were permitted to send two entries each. The budding public speakers presented their pieces confidently and enthusiastically. Their selection ranged from classics by Shakespeare, Rudyard Kipling, R L Stevenson, William Wordsworth and Felicia Hemans to contemporary poets like Edgar Albert Guest and Dr. Prashant Bhatt. Popular poems like Johnny Head in Air, Casabianca, All the World’s a Stage and Daffodils were recited. A prose piece on World Peace was also presented. The Judges were Rekha Mishra, Smita Khemka and Anita Chopra. The programme was conducted by Nivedita Sharma (Librarian). DAV Bariatu, Bridgeford School (Tupudana), Bridgeford Karamtoli, Swami Sahajanand Bridgeford School, Delhi Public School, St. Mary’s School, Gurunanak H S & OxfordPublic School participated in the event.

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