Ayurvedic medical kits given to tribal people

Ayurvedic medical kits worth Rs 2.25 lakh were distributed to tribal people under SEP/TSP scheme by Dr Lakshminarayan Shenoy, Dr Anuroop, Dr Adarsh and Dr Suman of Government Ayurveda Medical College, Mysuru, here recently.

At the health check-up camps organised for tribal people of Vijayagiri, Bharatwadi and Shettahalli hamlets where free medicines were distributed to the patients, Dr Shenoy said that the medical kits were intended at benefiting people belonging to the tribal communities and each kit comprised medicines worth Rs 1,000. Dr Shenoy explained the people participating in the camp about the use of medicine.

He added that the college was planning to conduct similar camps at Kakankote forest region in H D Kote taluk.

Dr Shenoy assured that beneficiaries can visit Government Ayurveda Medical College in Mysuru to procure medicine if needed after the course.

Director of DEED Institution Dr S Srikant called upon the participants at the camp to avail the facilities extended by the government college and benefit from all the schemes meant for them.

Bharatwadi Zilla Panchayat member Lakshmi,  Tribal leader P K Ramu, Sharada of DEED Institution, Yogesh of Parivartan Samsthe, teachers Sannamma, Sujata, Jyoti, Adivasi leaders Jayappa, Amannamma, Shivagange, Bommi, Kenchaiah, Mahadev and students of Government Ayurveda Medical College, Mysuru, were present.

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