Activities

GDC Majalta Hosts Awareness Program for Higher Secondary School (GHSS Mansar, GHSS Manwal and GHSS Majalta).


GDC Majalta proudly organized an enlightening awareness program aimed at Higher Secondary School students residing in the vicinity of the college. The initiative sought to equip students with crucial information regarding the forthcoming entrance test for admission to various colleges, particularly focusing on the CUET. The event, held under the esteemed patronage of the college principal, Prof(Dr) Shalini Sharma featured insightful sessions to apprise students about the intricacies of the CUET examination process. Through engaging presentations and interactive discussions, organizers Prof.Anuradha Choudhary, Dr. Dalip Dutta & prof. Naresh kumar shed light on the significance of the test, its structure, and essential preparatory strategies. Moreover, the program facilitated a comprehensive overview of the diverse major and minor subjects offered at GDC MAJALTA. The awareness program underscored GDC Majalta's unwavering dedication to educational outreach and community engagement, reaffirming its role as a beacon of learning and opportunity in the region.


Government Degree College Majalata, in collaboration with the Department of Health, organised a highly impactful awareness program focusing on women's health.Health Camp in the College




Majalata : A one day Ayush Health and Wellness Camp was today organised by Directorate of Ayush, in Government Degree College Majalta Udhampur under able guidance of Principal of the College, Prof. (Dr) Shalini Sharma. The programme started with a keynote address by the Principal of the college. She emphasized that Ayurvedic medicine system is the pure Indian system of medicine. She urged the students to promote the Ayurvedic medicine system by adopting it in their day to day life. She said the ayurvedic medicines system is the oldest one and these medicines have no side effect. Dr Monisha Devi (MD) resource person conducted medical Screening on 67 students .The screenings encompassed a comprehensive assessment of their overall health and well- being. Each student underwent examinations fir vital signs, general physical health and any specific concern or symptoms they presented. She also , gave a detailed view of Ayush Health and Wellness Centre. Smt. Shilpa Guleria (MO), another resource person during her interaction said that we should follow wellness activities like weight loss exercise, stress management and take care of the body by maintaining an amount of physical activity that is required for good health but not enough to cause fatigue. She also provided tips to the girl students what type of medicines to be used during their mensuration cycle and also urged the students not to consume fast food which is affecting the fertility rate upto greater extent. During the camp free Immunity Booster medicines like Chyawanprash, Tulsi, Iron and calcium tablets were distributed among the students and the staff. A large number of students attended the camp. The entire programme conducted by NSS cordinator Professor Anuradha Head Department of education.


Government Degree College Majalata, in collaboration with the Department of Health, organised a highly impactful awareness program focusing on women's health.



Government Degree College Majalata, in collaboration with the Department of Health, organised a highly impactful awareness program focusing on women's health. Scheduled on Wednesday, March 6th, the event served as a crucial platform to disseminate vital information and promote awareness regarding various aspects of women's health. Attended by students, faculty members, and members of the local community, the program aimed to educate participants on issues ranging from reproductive health to preventive measures against common ailments affecting women. Principal GDC Majalta prof.(Dr) Shalini Sharma emphasized the crucial significance of women's rights advocating for equality, empowerment, and the eradication of gender based discrimination in society The medical office Majalta Dr Munisha emphasized the critical importance of women's rights, including access to reproductive healthcare, menstruation awareness, and treatment for conditions like polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) The collaborative effort between Government Degree College Majalata and the Department of Health underscored the commitment to prioritize women's health and well-being in the community. Through informative sessions, interactive workshops, and expert-led discussions, attendees gained insights into the importance of regular health check-ups, proper nutrition, and the significance of early detection and treatment of women-specific health concerns. Furthermore, the event facilitated open dialogue, empowering participants to address stigmas surrounding women's health issues and fostering a supportive environment for seeking medical assistance. Overall, the collaboration between the educational institution and the health department not only raised awareness but also encouraged proactive measures towards ensuring the holistic health and empowerment of women in the community. Principal Shalini Sharma thanked the NSS cordinator for organising the WOHE programme, The event was conducted by team of GDC Majalta including Prof. Anuradha HOD Education and organising committee comprising Prof Chander Mohan (HOD) English, Prof. Dalip Dutta (HOD) EVS, Prof. Naresh kumar (HOD) Dogri, Dr peerzada Amir, Dr Arsheed lone, Dr palak , and Dr Abass.


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