Business School students show social responsibility
Srinagar, Oct 3: Over 37 students of the Business School, University of Kashmir, donated blood today.
The blood donation camp was organized in the Kashmir University campus by the J&K State Aids Control Society in collaboration with Department of Students Welfare, University of Kashmir to mark the National Voluntary Blood Donation Day.
The students of the Business School actively participated in the blood donation drive and donated over thirty seven pints of blood.
A student who donated blood said, “it is our responsibility to actively participate in such events and save the lives of those who need it.”
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