Silhouettes and AIIMBT is the name of our annual cultural and sports festival which takes place in February. Representatives of various colleges from all over India come to attend it. Prayas Club also has it's share of activities during the fest this year...
1.A blood donation camp was held on 15th and 17th of Feb, during which 32 cadets from AFMC donated blood at our blood bank. Caps carrying the symbol of AFMC blood bank were distributed to the blood donors later on. The camp was handled by Med Cadets Sowmya sethumadhavan (v2), Anurag seth (w2), Ravi N. Hota(t2) and Souvik Nandi (u2).
2.The dramatics this year featured four events on 15th and 17th of Feb. During each of the four events, a special certificate and a cash prize was given from the behalf of our club for “The best socially related theme”. We thank Med Cadets Om panda (v2) and Preeti negi (v2) for their co-operation.
a) Is the patient only a malfunctioning machine for a doctor ?
b) Medicine is the most successful business of modern times.
The t-shirts which were thus made were kept for sale to collect funds for the club. The remaining had been stored with us for display. We appreciate the efforts of Med Cadet Anukriti (v2), Nidheesh (v2) and Dipurajan M.D. (v2) for helping us organize the event.
4. A special promotional video-clip was screened at Dhanvantari on 15th Feb. It emphasized on the need of organizations like Prayas Club and urged the delegates from various colleges to create similar organisations. Med Cadet Arun Parashar (t2) was responsible for the direction and narration of the clip.
Along with this we would also like to appreciate the contribution of Med Cadet Adil Nishad (w2), Gaurav Agrawal (v2), Lalit K. Tripathi (v2), Prateek Kaushik (v2) who helped us from time to time during the events.
Silhouettes can prove to be a very useful social event for our club. Some more ideas were there, which were not executed this year due to lack of previous planning. We hope to develop it further as a platform to spread the message of medico-social work to students coming from the outside colleges in the coming years.