India’s first mobile aid training in Mysuru

Mysuru, February 18:- Jeeva Raksha Trust of Mysuru is providing India’s first mobile aid training in the city. The initiative will be formally launched on Thursday (February 20).

“The initiative is being taken in association with Swami Vivekananda Youth Movement and Rotary Mysuru, Rotary Club of Salt Lake City, United States and Rotary Districts 3181, 5420. Rotary has given permission to utilise its land on KRS Road for the training. Jeeva Raksha Trust will look after the training. Even common public will be trained to protect lives in case of emergency,” said the chief executive officer (CEO), Dr RK Nayyar at a press meet held at Mysuru Press Club on Tuesday.

“Vice-Chancellor of Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences  Dr S Sacchidananda will inaugurate the training. Dr Score Lake, general surgeon, University of Utah, USA; Zilla Panchayat CEO K Jyothi and the director of Indian Railways Institute of Disaster Management Sunil Gupta will be present,” he added. (MR/KS)

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