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Free health check-up camp at city college

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GUWAHATI, July 23 - Educational and health organisation Asia Foundation, in collaboration with Healthcare Promotion and Maintenance Committee under Women Study Centre of Pragjyotish College, organised a free health check-up camp at Pragjyotish College here today. Assam Down Town University (ADTU) lent support to the camp, said a press release.

The camp was a community development programme and the target group was basically the women of the locality where men and children were also included. This was the first time that the college had taken such an initiative with Asia Foundation for promotion of the health of the local people.

Inaugurating the programme, Dr Monuj Kumar Mahanta, Principal of the college said that such community development initiatives would not only provide health services but also help in creating an environment where the community is sensitised about health issues.

Dr Arup Kalita and Dr Konkana Dutta from ADTU examined more than a hundred patients of the locality. Free medicines were distributed on the occasion, the release added.

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Free health check-up camp at city college

GUWAHATI, July 23 - Educational and health organisation Asia Foundation, in collaboration with Healthcare Promotion and Maintenance Committee under Women Study Centre of Pragjyotish College, organised a free health check-up camp at Pragjyotish College here today. Assam Down Town University (ADTU) lent support to the camp, said a press release.

The camp was a community development programme and the target group was basically the women of the locality where men and children were also included. This was the first time that the college had taken such an initiative with Asia Foundation for promotion of the health of the local people.

Inaugurating the programme, Dr Monuj Kumar Mahanta, Principal of the college said that such community development initiatives would not only provide health services but also help in creating an environment where the community is sensitised about health issues.

Dr Arup Kalita and Dr Konkana Dutta from ADTU examined more than a hundred patients of the locality. Free medicines were distributed on the occasion, the release added.

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