STATE TIMES NEWS JAMMU: Rajiv Gandhi College of Nursing (RGCN) observed World AIDS Day by organising an awareness campaign in village Gharota here. The awareness campaign was carried out by students of college, who performed a number of recreational activities related to AIDS Day on theme ‘Community Makes Difference’ under supervision of Anjana Bavouria (CEO). She further said that it is the need of hour that masses should be aware of the disease, which is engulfing one million people every year across the world. The event started at 10:30 AM at village Gharota in presence of Arvind Singh, Civil Society Member who imparted awareness regarding HIV besides other necessary measures to remain away from such fatal disease. The students of B.Sc Nursing, II-year namely Bariq Javed and Kajol Thakur presented speeches followed by a small-skit presented by students of B.Sc Nursing II-year. Abhimanyu Katoch (MD) assisted in holding the rally and imparted awareness among masses about HIV virus and remedies to prevent it. M S Katoch, Chairman appreciated the efforts of students for success of the programme and asked for conducting more such awareness programmes on regular intervals. The event was coordinated by Vazumuni, Assistant Professor with support of other faculty members namely Sivasankari, Associate Professor, Shilpa Mehra, Renu Thakur, Tarun Bali, Heena Rakwal, Shweta and Komal Dubey.
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