Be the reason for someone’s heartbeat as the gift of blood is a gift of life to someone.

The Yenepoya School celebrated Doctors Day on 4th July, 2022, at the school auditorium. All students from grades 3 to 8 were enthusiastically present for the celebration. The school was honoured to have Dr. Rohan Shetty, Professor – Department of Surgical Oncology, as the distinguished guest for the day. Dr. Rohan Shetty completed his MS in General Surgery from Fr. Mullers Medical College, Mangalore. Later he was trained in Surgical Oncology at Kidwai Memorial College of Surgeons. His presence added magnificence to the gather. Mr. Uzwal Menezes , Principal, The Yenepoya School & PU College and the Campus coordinator, Mrs. Euvet Pereira marked their remarkable attendance.

The Doctors day celebration commenced with a prayer to invoke the blessings of The Almighty. Students from different age groups participated in the event, which gave the theme more meaning and life. The audience was moved with their tender performance. Dr. Rohan Shetty addressed the students about the vitality and value of the medical profession and encouraged them to become doctors in future. Mr. Uzwal Menezes talked about how sacrificing it is to be a doctor. He named it as the noblest profession of all and also mentioned that it is not just a profession, but also a virtue. A memento was presented to the Chief Guest. The Doctors day celebration ended with students intoning the School Anthem eventually followed by the National Anthem.

In order to emphasize the importance of Doctors Day, The Yenepoya School & PU College organized YEN BLOOD CONNECT 2022, in association with Yenepoya Medical College, at the school library. Dr. Rohan Shetty inaugurated the blood donation camp. Dr. Shubha, Blood bank Incharge, encouraged participants to come forward and become a part of the drive. There was a team of pathologists from Yenepoya Medical College Hospital who were actively conducting the blood donation drive. Inhouse teaching and non-teaching staff and Yenepoya Degree College students were the proud blood donors for the day. They were awarded certificates in order to recognise their valuable contribution to the society marking a remarkable end of the drive.