150 Years Celebrating the Mahatma

Arogyam Health Center

Arogyam Health Center

Arogyam Health Center

The health Centre was planted on 16th October 2007. This Centre aims at creating awareness among the students about the importance of health and healthy life, conducting activities for the staff member as well as community.

To educate the stakeholders in the areas of health, nutrition and hygiene, delivering primary health care by the way of conducting various expert talks, free distribution of medicines to the students. To educate the masses in the areas of health including mobilization of community groups to better quality of life. To bring forth an attitude in students regarding healthy body and healthy mind. To create awareness of healthy living among the students.

To attain the possible level of health and well being to the girl through a preventive and promotive healthcare orientation and provide accessibility to the free primary health care services. This Centre primarily work to support the motto of ‘Thalassemia free Bharat’

Ensuring Access to Health- students

In collaboration with lions Club of Juhu our Centre has organized Thalassemia Detection with the students of all mediums of F.Y.BA, FYBCOM and Professional Courses. This include orientation of the students regarding Thalassemia for the students at entry level, conducting free Thalassemia check-up , scrutiny of the  reports, counseling of the student as well as parent of the Thalassemia minor student by doctor and providing free medicines to the students who have less hemoglobin as per report.

Lecture on PCOS and menstruation was organized.

AIDS Awareness- Activities undertaken - street play, Essay Writing, Poster Painting, Slogan Writing, Making Book Mark

A talk had been arranged on “Family and Women Health, Menstruation, Family planning, PCOS, Organ donation, PCOD, Eye Care, Benefits of Naturopathy, Breast Cancer awareness, maintenance of hygiene in order to avoid diseases, Health and Pregnancy, personal Hygiene

A visit to ‘Punarvas’ – An institute for mentally challenged children.

awareness among the students regarding impact on health due to consumption of tobacco and smoking.

maintenance of Notice Board.

workshop was arranged on Accupressure  and how to manage stress during exams.

Stress mamagement through Yoga.

Various competitons-poster painting, chart preparation, slogan writing,quiz,essay etc.

Various activity conducted for  teaching and non teaaching staff

A health Check-up for the Non-teaching staff was organized.

Bone Density check

Body fat monitoring

‘EYE CHECK - UP’

Talk on ‘Menopause’

Free distribution of Spectacles was conducted by Inner wheel club

A lecture on Benefits of Naturopathy.

lecture and practical presentation on Su-Jog therapy and naturopathy.

Activities conducted for community.

AIDS Awareness- Activities undertaken - street play

Organized an ‘EYE CHECK - UP’ for   non-teaching support staff and parents of under privileged students in collaboration with ‘Rotary Club of Malad West and Inner wheel club of North West.

Free distribution of Spectacles was conducted by Innerwheel club.

Lungs’ Health checkup.

participated in the programme conducted by the Dept of sociology and Family counseling Cell for senior citizens in which medical check-up including blood test, eye check-up, ECG ,BP Check –up, bone density check-up etc. was conducted.

Counseling of the parents of the students detected with ‘Thalassemia Minor’

 

Organizational structure of the centre at the college level

Principal - Dr. Deepa Sharma (Administrator & Adviser)

Dr. Sudha Deshpande (Convenor)

Ms Seema Dalvi (Member)

Ms Rekha Samant (Member)

Ms Nimisha Parmar (Member)

Ms Shilpa Gangatirkar (Member)

 

  

 
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