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SITM's Plan to Act, Reach, Support and Heal A lot of perseverance is required to be a successful manager. But what is even tougher is to be a worthy pillar of society. SITM recognizes the importance of coalescing the two into an integrated individual, employing his efforts for the progress of the nation. SITM's Plan to Act, Reach, Support and Heal (SPARSH) is a team dedicated towards performing activities in order to achieve this objective. Students are encouraged to work as volunteers with various NGO's like Akanksha, Sandhya, WILD, Vanarai etc. Blood donation camps, social awareness drives, and survival workshops are also planned and organized


BLOOD DONATION CAMP

Pune: A Blood Donation Camp was organised by Symbiosis Institute of Telecom Management (SITM) in association with Symbiosis Centre of Health Care & district Jankalyan Blood Bank on 22nd Jan, 2011 on the occasion of 75th birth anniversary celebration of Dr. S. B. Mujumdar, President & Founder Director, Symbiosis Society. The drive was organized by SITM SPARSH team, a student body of SITM for social cause & was inaugurated by Dr. Sunil Patil Director, SITM. Across the spectrum, students participated in the blood donation camp. Participating institutes included SITM, SIBM, SIMC , SIT & SSBM etc.


Around 200 students participated in blood donation which ran through the whole day. Proper care was taken of students who donated their blood. Students, who wanted to donate blood, were taken through a thorough medical examination. Only those who passed this examination were allowed to donate blood.





Catchy slogans like "All it cost is little Love", "One drop of Blood can give Life to Someone" were displayed at prominent places throughout the Campus and on notice boards which resulted in this overwhelming response from Students, Faculty and employees from all the Participating institute.


Mr. Sunil Patil Director, SITM, took the lead along with Ms. Jasmeet Kaur (Committee Head) and Coordinator Mrs. Geeta Rao which inspired others to donate their blood. This camp became successful with the help of Symbiosis Centre for health Care and Jankalyan Blood Bank a part of Rotary Club.