Eye camp by Dharamjivi Institute of Professional Studies

Kurukshetra, Feb.24- For preventive and curative health, there is certainly a need for health checkup which is otherwise very expensive. The role of social organizations like Dharamjivi Sewarth Trust, Kurukshetra in organizing free health checkup is appreciable and must continue the great cause in a mission mode, said Mr. Mandeep Singh  Brar IAS, Deputy Commissioner Kurukshetra while inaugurating the health checkup camp organized by Dharamjivi Institute of Professional Studies in collaboration with DAV Public School  at Ved Bhawan  today.

The people of Kurukshetra are lucky to have specialist doctors who are beyond their reach at Delhi, added the Deputy Commissioner.

  Mr. Vijay Sabharwal, Chairman of the trust welcomed the guests and explained the activities of the trust and the social endeavors started by his father late Shri Dharmvir single handedly.

 Dr. Anita Sethi Eye Specialist and Dr. Salender from Nova Specialty Hospital New Delhi examined more than 300 patients from the city and neighboring villages.  They were distributed free medicines on the occasion along with prescriptions. The light refreshment was also served to them.

Dr.Subhash Sharma, Professor M.M. Goel, Dr. R. K. Parikh, Mrs. Shashi Sabharwal, Dr.Surender Mehta, Dr Sudesh Bhola, Shri Subash Sudha, Dr. Deepa Bhola and Dr.Aman Aggarwal were present on the occasion.

Ms   Shashi   Ahlawadi of DAV School   acted as master of ceremony on the occasion.

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