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                                                       ‘SWACHH BHARATH’ ACTIVITIES 

Swachh Bharat Abhiyan is an initiative of the Government of India to make India as a clean India. The campaign involves the construction of latrines, promoting sanitation programmes in the rural areas, cleaning streets, roads and changing the infrastructure of the country to lead the country ahead. It was launched on the 145th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi on 2nd of October, 2014. As a health science institution, Sarada Krishna Homoeopathic Medical College involves in the following Swatchh Bharath Activities:    

  • Cleaning Drive
  • Swasthya Rakshan Programme
  • Swatch Bharat Summer Internship Programme   
  • Swatchatha Hi Seva
  • Swatchhta Pakhwada
  • Institutional Swatchata Ranking

Institution undertakes cleaning programmes in collaboration with its various extension units. Under the Swasthya Rakshan Programme, the Community Medicine Department adopted five villages namely Pechipparai, Kadayalumoodu, Manjalumoodu, Melpuram and a remote place in Colachel and undertakes health survey, health awareness programme, medical camp, cleaning programme and School Sanitation Campaign.

Under   Swatch Bharat Summer Internship Programme, 8 groups of students under the team leaders adopted villages in southern district of Tamilnadu. The following activities are carried out as a part of the programme namely awareness campaign for better sanitation practices like using of  toilet, hand washing, health and hygiene. The works carried out by the students are appreciated by the district officials concerned.

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