34 C
Guwahati
Saturday, June 22, 2024

Massive free health checkup & awareness program held in Kokrajhar

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

HT Correspondent

KOKRAJHAR, Aug 23: A significant free health checkup camp and public awareness program took place at the Kokrajhar Govt College complex in Kokrajhar on Wednesday, drawing a large crowd from various corners of the region eager to avail health checkup services.

- Advertisement -

More than 2500 people from diverse locations attended the health checkup event, which was organised by the Government Ayurvedic College & Hospital, Guwahati, and the government of Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR), with support from the All Bodo Students Union (ABSU), at the Kokrajhar Government College.

The event was conducted in conjunction with the Platinum Jubilee celebration of Government Ayurvedic College & Hospital, Guwahati, aiming to foster awareness about healthy living throughout the region.

Around 100 doctors and numerous medical experts from Govt Ayurvedic College & Hospital participated in the health checkup camp, delivering their services to attendees.

Pramod Boro, the chief executive member of Bodoland Territorial Region (BTR), graced the event as a guest and inaugurated the free health checkup camp amidst a substantial gathering. He praised the organisers for providing essential health checkup services to those in need and suffering from various health-related conditions.

- Advertisement -

Highlighting the significance of ancient Ayurvedic medicines as a repository of holistic healing, Boro emphasised that the BTR government is dedicated to comprehensive citizen development. He expressed optimism that the program would contribute significantly to raising awareness about traditional remedies and cultivating healthy lifestyles among the citizens of the Bodoland region.

“Our ancient Ayurvedic medicines are a treasure house of holistic healing. I am glad to attend the inauguration of the ‘Mega Free Health Check-up & Public Awareness Programme,’ which aims to ensure the health of BTR citizens,” Boro added.

Dipen Boro, president of ABSU, welcomed the health checkup camp and viewed it as a commendable social initiative to promote awareness and upliftment in the health sector. He affirmed the student union’s commitment to the citizens’ well-being and creating an environment that prevents diseases in the future.

Among other prominent attendees were MLA Lawrence Islary, BTR executive member Ranendra Narzary, Prof (Dr) Pankaj Kr Barman from the department of Shalya Tantra, and organising secretary, PJCC & co-ordinator.

- Advertisement -
The Hills Times
The Hills Timeshttps://thehillstimes.in/
Welcome to The Hills Times, your trusted source for daily news and updates in English from the heart of Assam, India. Since our establishment in 2000, we've been dedicated to providing timely and accurate information to our readers in Diphu and Guwahati. As the first English newspaper in the then undemarcated Karbi Anglong district, we've forged a strong connection with diverse communities and age groups, earning a reputation for being a reliable source of news and insights. In addition to our print edition, we keep pace with the digital age through our website, https://thehillstimes.in, where we diligently update our readers with the latest happenings day by day. Whether it's local events, regional developments, or global news, The Hills Times strives to keep you informed with dedication and integrity. Join us in staying ahead of the curve and exploring the world through our lens.
Latest news
- Advertisement -
Related news
- Advertisement -