If one thing we’ve learnt, it is that superheroes are not born only out of mutations, science projects gone wrong, sheer superhuman genius, neither do they have to travel light years from other planets, nor are they confined to the pages of comic books. Heroes walk among us, and heroes are within us. We believe in the superpower that one action holds to turn a situations upside down, to be a boon, and to save a life. Exhibiting this notion annually during the Blood Donation Camp, we encourage all to take a moment to realise and bring out the heroes in them and donate!
Our university houses a diversity of clubs and the Rotaract Green Club is the foremost established community of the likeminded with dynamic people, tireless to shape reforms and changes in today’s world. Rotaract is an international body started in the year 1968, evolving into a network of 10,904 clubs, 2,50,792 members across 184 countries. One of these bodies is our club active in the Manipal University, Jaipur. Among the exposure in the fields of quality academics, culture, and off book education, we are also provided with an environment to grow as individuals; individuals who are aware of the drastic changes in the global society and are willing to actually take a course of action that aids even at the slightest. With the coordination among many committees and working bodies we try and pull off whatever endeavours we undertake independently, and in collaboration with various NGOs and other clubs and government schemes. The crux of our working and functioning is a start with an idea, welcoming of all, ending on a successful note of action.Learn More
The Blood Donation Camp is an event one of its kind, on this scale. It is, perhaps, the largest annual blood donation camp with the highest number of donors throughout the zonal Rotary clubs.
You are aged between 18 and 65.
You weigh at least 50 kgs.
You must be in good health at the time you donate.
You must not give blood:
If you engaged in any at risk sexual activity in the past 12 months.
Individuals with behaviours below will be deferred permanently:
1. Have ever had a positive test for HIV
2. Have ever injected recreational drugs.
Following pregnancy, the deferral period should last as many months as the duration of the pregnancy.