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Health camp for flood-hit people concludes at Hajo

By The Assam Tribune
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GUWAHATI, Aug 3 - A health camp for the flood-affected people was held at Charabari Kali Mandir in Hajo area of Kamrup district today, a press release stated.

The camp was organised by SRIJANASOM Trust, a charitable institution, in association with Excelcare Hospitals, Guwahati. The trust expressed its sincere gratitude to Indian Revenue Service (IRS) officer Padmapani Bora for coming forward and taking the initiative for organising the camp.

Bora donated his 10-day salary to the Chief Minister�s Relief Fund for the flood-affected people of Assam.

A total of 567 affected people from various communities attended the camp.

Doctors from departments like medicine, dental and dermatology examined the patients and gave free medicines to them. Sanitary napkins and sanitizers were also distributed among the villagers by the trust.

To promote its aims and objectives, SRIJANASOM Trust took up various activities such as institution of the Moghai Ojah Srijan Award in hallowed memory of the legendary dhuliya (drummer) of Assam, late Moghai Baruah; providing financial assistance to students belonging to economically weaker sections of the society; working for public welfare, etc.

The Trust had also instituted two scholarship schemes � Srijanasom Siksha Sarothi and Srijanasom Siksha Prayas � in 2018 to support students facing financial constraints.

The trust expressed its gratitude to the administration of Kamrup (Rural) district and Superintendent of Police, Kamrup (Rural), Partha Sarathi Mahanta for their cooperation in conducting the camp.

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Health camp for flood-hit people concludes at Hajo

GUWAHATI, Aug 3 - A health camp for the flood-affected people was held at Charabari Kali Mandir in Hajo area of Kamrup district today, a press release stated.

The camp was organised by SRIJANASOM Trust, a charitable institution, in association with Excelcare Hospitals, Guwahati. The trust expressed its sincere gratitude to Indian Revenue Service (IRS) officer Padmapani Bora for coming forward and taking the initiative for organising the camp.

Bora donated his 10-day salary to the Chief Minister�s Relief Fund for the flood-affected people of Assam.

A total of 567 affected people from various communities attended the camp.

Doctors from departments like medicine, dental and dermatology examined the patients and gave free medicines to them. Sanitary napkins and sanitizers were also distributed among the villagers by the trust.

To promote its aims and objectives, SRIJANASOM Trust took up various activities such as institution of the Moghai Ojah Srijan Award in hallowed memory of the legendary dhuliya (drummer) of Assam, late Moghai Baruah; providing financial assistance to students belonging to economically weaker sections of the society; working for public welfare, etc.

The Trust had also instituted two scholarship schemes � Srijanasom Siksha Sarothi and Srijanasom Siksha Prayas � in 2018 to support students facing financial constraints.

The trust expressed its gratitude to the administration of Kamrup (Rural) district and Superintendent of Police, Kamrup (Rural), Partha Sarathi Mahanta for their cooperation in conducting the camp.

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