'Belaku', docs' initiative goes online

'Belaku', docs' initiative goes online

 
Addressing the gathering after launching the website - www.belaku.org.in - of Belaku, an NGO of activism and service formed by young doctors, at Hotel Moti Mahal here on Sunday, Khader said that it is very difficult to solve all problems in the society politically. In such situations, NGOs can play major role in finding solution to the problems of needy, he said and called upon young doctors to be service-oriented towards the society.

Lauding the initiative of young doctors, Khader assured that he would extend his whole-hearted co-operation to bring government schemes throgh Belaku. Speaking on the occasion, Press Club General Secretary P B Harish Rai said that the significance of electronic media  increases considerably in the fast developing world. The speed of information exchange process also has been increased substantially in recent years, due to the revolutionary changes in the information technology. People, who were depending only on print media for the news updates, have more options in electronic media, he said adding that young doctors can bring reformation in the society through organisations. Belaku Co-ordinator Dr Shrnidhi delivering the keynote address said that NGOs are essential agents of change in strengthening the civil society. The goal of Belaku is to develop social awareness, activism and service by organising blood donation camps, health check-up camps and providing financial aid to the needy patients for the development of civil society.

Chairman of Belaku Dr B Suresh Kumar Shetty presded. Vice-Chairman Dr Preetham Raj V Salian, General Secretary Dr Ritesh G Menezes, Treasurer Dr Mahabalesh Shetty, co-ordinators Dr Archith Boloor, Dr Arathi Alva, Dr Abul Fazil and Dr Dhiraj were present.

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