YRC Club

The Red Cross was born out of a desire to bring assistance without discrimination to the wounded in the battle field (the Crimean war 1854-56).Itendeavours in its international and national capacity to prevent and alleviate human suffering wherever it may be found. Red Cross is not a mere movement or an ideal in action. It is a way of life. It is based on the principles of Humanity, Impartiality, Neutrality, Independence, Voluntary service, Unity and Universality.

The Youth Red Cross of our college is the youth wing of the Red Cross Society founded by Henry Durand. 50 student volunteers, with the leadership of three lecturers- counselors-comprise one youth Red Cross wing in our college. The YRC wing of our college is regarded as the Nodal (Leader) wing of our district. To serve the destitute, Blood Donation, protection of Environment, Plantation of trees, Road Safety training, fire-fighting training, fighting against AIDS, serving during Natural calamities etc. are its main functions. Volunteers attend National, State Regional and College level camps and acquire theoretical and practical training, friendship etc. One can choose it as the career of his life. Every year our volunteers attend at least four camps. Our YRC wing is one of the active wing of our state.

Every student contributes annually during first admission Rs.5/- (five) only to the College Red Cross fund out of which Rs.2/- (two) go to the Red Cross Fund. The Principal of this College is the Chairman of district YRC. And YRC counsellor is the convener secretary. The present counsellor of the YRC, at present, is MrManasRanjan Beck, Lecturer in Education. Every year there is a district YRC committee meeting where the committee decides the annual plan for the district as well as for the individual colleges.

The students are encouraged to inculcate the ideals of the Y.R.C.