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Blood Donation 2022 by NCC Cadets

Our college NCC cadets donate blood at CMC Hospital on NCC Day Celebration. Their photos appeared in different newspapers. 1) GOPINATH A, Department of Physics 2) PANDIYAN V, Department of Zoology 3) SRIDHAR T, Department of History 4) MOHAMED MUZAMMIL, Department of Chemistry.  

Fit India Freedom Plog Running 31-10-2022

As per the instruction of Sports Development Authority of Tamil Nadu and with reference to the letter from collector of Ranipet District. Fit India Freedom Plog Running was conducted on 31/10/2022 at C. Abdul Hakeem College. In this Program the cadets collected the Garbage along with running which not only…

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National Unity Day 31-10-2022

National Unity Day or Rashtriya Ekta Diwas is observed on October 31 every year. The day is celebrated to commemorate the birth anniversary of Iron Man of India “Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel”. National Unity Day was celebrated along with unity run & speech by cadets was conducted at C. Abdul Hakeem…

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FIT INDIA RUNNING 27-10-2022

The Fit India Run was conducted at C. Abdul Hakeem College on 27th October 2022, along with 10 TN Battalion NCC and it was inaugurated by our Principal and NCC Officer by wagging the flag at 8:00am. About 150 cadets were participated in the rally. The rally started form C.…

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Deworming Day

As per the instructions of government of Tamilnadu and JDCE, Vellore, deworming day was observed at C. Abdul Hakeem College. Our Principal distributed the albendazole tablets to students below 19 years. This program is aimed to remove intestinal parasitic worms in children and teenagers.

Rashtriya Ekta Diwas

The Rashtriya Ekta Diwas commemorating the Birth Anniversary of Shri Vallabhabhai Patel, had been a day of hectic schedule with the Staff and Students taking the pledge to strengthen the spirit of communal integration.  

Hon’ble Prime Minister’s `Cleanliness Drive’

As prompt response to the clarion call of hon'ble Prime Minister, the College NSS Units and the NCC Wing evinced keen interest in observing the 'Swachh Pakhwara' by launching service-oriented programmes to propagate the message of cleanliness for a healthy living. A massive Youth band consisting of 150 NCC Cadets and 150 NSS Volunteers and other students had a gallant march to Ramadoss Nagar to involve the natives in the mission of maintaining 'Clean India'.

 

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