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SHOPIAN: A Screening Health Camp of RBSK was conducted at Government Higher Secondary School Sedow Shopian, District Development Commissioner Shopian Gazanfar Ali was the chief guest on the occasion. DDC said that “Society is an important part of our lives and therefore growth and upliftment of society is very important for overall growth. With our consistent efforts and deeds, we always wanted to improve the condition of people. This medical camp will help people to get health benefits. The aim behind organizing such activities is to encourage other people in the district to come forward and contribute positively to the society.”

 

During the screening health camp, 8 mobile health teams provided consultation to 1250 children from various schools. Specialists consultations was provided to 568 children, out of which one children was found with Congenital Heart Disease (CHD), 25 pheyotherapy, 114 pedestrian, 1 Deafness (Hearing Impairment), 103 Visual Impairment & 76 Dental Problems. During the camp, all the children were given free de-worming tablets, age appropriate Vitamin A doses and refreshments. Free medicines were given to these children suffering with minor ailments. Adolescent girls were given counseling on Menstrual Hygiene. Further various adults were provided Health check-ups and given free medicines.

 

Chief Medical Officer, Block Medical Officer, Chief Education Officer, Staff Members of District Programme Management Unit Shopian, Officers/ Officials from Health were present in the camp.

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ANANTNAG: Vice Chancellor University of Kashmir, Professor Khursheed Iqbal Indrabi, in presence of District Development Commissioner Anantnag Mohammad Younis Malik, today inaugurated the Nursing & Paramedical Institute at the university’s South Campus Anantnag here. The building housing the institute has been constructed at a cost of Rs. 718.44 lac.

 

The institute has already started classes for the first batch of B.Sc. Nursing course comprising 50 students. Admission process for the second batch is in progress.  Director South Campus Anantnag, Registrar KU, Dean Academic Affairs KU, Dean College Development Council KU besides other staff and students of the South Campus Anantnag were present on the occasion.

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  • Scheme would benefit 29% of State population: Devinder Manyal

SHIMLA: Government today signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with National Health Agency (NHA), Government of India regarding national health scheme “Ayushman Bharat-Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Swasthya Mission (PMRSSM)” at Peterhoff, Shimla. The MoU was signed by Chief Executive Officer of National Health Agency, GoI and Principal Secretary Health and Medical Education, J&K.

 

Speaking on the occasion, Minister for Health and Medical Education Dr Devinder Kumar Manyal, expressed his gratitude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Health Minister J P Nadda for bringing out PMRSSM scheme, saying it would benefit marginalized section of the society. The Minister further elaborated that about 6.13 lakh families would be benefited by the scheme which comprises about 29 percent population of the State.

 

Earlier, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) conducted Northern Region Workshop for signing the MoU between the NHA and State Governments of six northern States, including Jammu and Kashmir, on Ayushman Bharat-Pradhan Mantri Rashtriya Swasthya Suraksha Mission (PMRSSM). The workshop was chaired by Union Health Minister JP Nadda, and from J&K, it was attended by DevinderManyal, Principal Secretary Health and Medical Education Dr. Pawan Kotwal, Director Family Welfare, MCH and Immunization (State Nodal Officer PMRSSM) Dr. Samir Mattoo.