Department of Physiology

Outreach

Dept. data last updated on :22/11/2021

SWACCHTA PAKHWADA 2018

The Department of Physiology observed the SWACHHTA PAKHWADA from 1st September 2018 to 15th September 2018. Various activities were organized to promote the theme “SWACHHTA (CLEANLINESS)”. All the members of the Department including teaching staff, non-teaching staff, and the resident doctors took the pledge of SWACHHTA under the guidance of the Chairperson, Department of Physiology Prof. Sangeeta Singhal. The chairperson also told about the importance of general cleanliness and hygiene.

To propagate the idea of Swachhta, Dr. Anwer Hasan Siddiqui delivered a lecture on “Swachhta Awareness” to highlight the importance of cleanliness and hygiene in their surroundings and request to contribute to a better India. It was followed by an active debate/discussion on the topics like Green campus drive, campus cleanliness & maintenance.

Teachers/Resident members were asked to participate in the Swachhata competition by making posters depicting the novel theme of Swachhta Awareness. In poster making, all the teachers/residents have shown enthusiastic participation. The best posters have been awarded the prize & appreciation certificates by Dean, Faculty of Medicine, JNMC, AMU

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JAL SHAKTI ABHIYAN: CATCH THE RAIN 2021

The Department of Physiology, JNMC organized a sensitization and awareness program on rainwater conservation. The program was a part of the series of activities to be undertaken under the ‘Jal Shakti Abhiyan: Catch the Rain’ campaign. The flagship water conservation campaign under the Ministry of Jal Shakti was launched by our honorable Prime Minister on March 22, 2021, with the objective to conserve water, minimize wastage and ensure more equitable distribution both across and within states encouraging all stakeholders to create rainwater harvesting structures before the onset of monsoon to catch the rain.


“The increasing water shortage globally warrants pressing action. As groundwater is one of the primary sources of freshwater, catering to the domestic and agro needs of our country, it is extremely important to prevent its depletion. Rainwater harvesting is one of the most sustainable ways of supplementing other water sources. It is affordable and easy to implement in an environment with limited resources”

With these words the Chairman Department of Physiology, Prof. Meenakshi Gupta strongly advocated the need for rainwater harvesting.

She encouraged the staff and students of the Department of Physiology to undertake various simple and easy steps of rain water-conserving like rooftop rainwater conservation using tanks, planting trees, etc. She also discussed the plan to explore installing rainwater harvesting systems in the departmental buildings.

The offline, as well as the virtual meet, was attended by all the teaching staff, non-teaching staff, and the students of the Department of Physiology.

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SWACCHTA PAKHWADA 2021

In pursuant to the vision of Swachh Bharat Abhiyan of PM Narendra Modi, the Department of Physiology observed the SWACHHTA PAKHWADA from 1st September 2021 to 15th September 2021. Various activities were organized to promote the theme “SWACHHTA (CLEANLINESS)”. The Pakhwada got flagged off on 1st September by taking the Swachhta pledge. All the members of the Department including teaching staff, non-teaching staff, and the resident doctors took the pledge of SWACHHTA under the guidance of the Chairperson, Department of Physiology Prof. Meenakshi Gupta. Members were also encouraged to take the e-pledge by visiting the government website dedicated to

sawachhta pakhwada. The chairperson talked about the importance of general cleanliness and hygiene and requested the members of the Department to keep the department and its surroundings clean.

To propagate the idea of Swachhta, the Department of Physiology organized various activities like essay writing competitions, poem competitions, and e -poster competitions. Dr. Shah Mohammed Abbas Waseem, the event organizer motivated the students to participate in the said event with full zest and enthusiasm. The events were a success and witnessed the massive participation of undergraduate students of MBBS and BDS. Prize & appreciation certificates were awarded to the best entries of the events.

The Swachhata activities were planned keeping in mind all the instructions and guidelines issued by the M/o Home Affairs and M/o Health and Family Welfare considering the current situation of the Covid-19 pandemic.



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