Past Events

Drug Awareness Camps

The students of Shri BM Patil Medical College conducted an interactive talk covering topics like alcoholism, smoking, drug abuse and sex education for the first year students of an engineering college as a part of their induction session. AMSA India is proud of it’s active members and their efforts in educating and raising awareness among the students.

AMSA India members of Sri Guru Ramdas Institute Of Medical Sciences and Research , Amritsar organised a “Drug awareness campaign” in a government school ,Mallunagal,Amritsar on 22nd May 2019 for students of class 9th and 10th.

A skit was performed by the members of AMSA India to make them aware in detail about the hazards of drug abuse and addictions.

Organised by
Japneet kaur bhangu(College Head)
Jashanpreet Kaur
Jasnoor Kaur Soni

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Its been observed that U.P. is one of the most prone state to oral cancer. The major reason highligted is the tobacco abuse here. The most affected age group for first exposure was from 12 – 25 yrs, including a significant number of college students.

So, the AMSA India members of Rama medical college, Kanpur, held an awareness talk on tobacco and drug abuse in RAMA university, Kanpur for their M.Sc students on
24th may 2019.

They discussed about the sources and forms of tobacco abuse and some statistics about how it slowly killing young minds.
They were also made aware of the signs and symptoms of the problem, the withdrawal symptoms and the treatment and preventive measures required along with the messsage that they should further spread this message with family and friends.

Kudos to the organizer, Sumedha Pandey (college head) and team.

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AMSA India members of Adesh Institute of Medical Sciences & Research, Bathinda in collaboration with Student council organised a “Nukkad Natak” in the OPD on 21st June 2019.
The play was performed on tobacco & drug abuse , showing the addiction kicking in and way it effects your life. For the understanding of all the people around, the play was performed in vernacular language i.e punjabi.
The event was concluded by poster presentation on the same topic.

Kudos to organisers
Gunteshwar Brar ( College Head)
Aditi Bansal (College Head)

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