Blood Donation Programme at The British College

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Kathmandu :  On the 14th March 2017 ‘The Blood Donation Campaign’ ran here at TBC. This programme was organised by the TBC CSR Club, which was formed under the ECA for CSR activities by our students, after exploring the constant blood demand in the market. This programme ran in collaboration with the Nobel Hospital. On this philanthropic event, Director of The British College, Mr. Mahendra Kandel, said that participating in such a ECA programmes contributes to the development of health and happiness and create moral values. Thus, along with managing their studies, students should try to be as involved as possible in extracurricular social activities, and take from the fine example given today by the students who organised the event. The volunteers from students spent long hours in service of blood collection. We are extremely proud to share that we have collected 60 pints of blood and there were 105 walk-ins. The college is happy and proud of the participating students for being able to collect such a vast amount, which will go on to help people who are in critical need of it. We may not know the exact number, but we can be sure that many lives will have been saved due to the selflessness of the volunteers today. The social journey does not end here. The British College students and staff will continue their social activities in the future too. We would like to thank everyone who has helped to make today’s blood donation program a grand success. Special thanks go to all those people who participated in this program and hope they enjoy the feeling of accomplishment knowing that, today, they have helped save lives.

The British College, Thapathali offers courses like BBA, MSc International Business Management, BSc (Hons) Computing and MBA (Executive) in collaboration with University of the West of England and Leeds Beckett University from the coming year the college is also providing the courses MBA and MSc Information Management. Currently, there are more than 1200 students studying in the college.