DR. S.V. SINGH, OMBUDSPERSON - E-mail ID: ombudsperson@santosh.ac.in

Implementation for World Leprosy Day Slogan Competition

  • 2024-01-30

The department of biochemistry organized a Slogan Competition held in commemoration of World Leprosy Day for MBBS Batch 23-24 at Santosh Medical College and Hospital (SMCH), Ghaziabad, exemplifies the institution's commitment to aligning with the recommendations set forth by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). This comprehensive report outlines the organization, execution, and compliance with NAAC guidelines during the event.

Competition Overview: The Slogan Competition was meticulously planned to coincide with World Leprosy Day, fostering awareness and advocacy for individuals affected by leprosy. Scheduled for January 30th 2024 (Batch B) and January 31st 2024 (Batch A) in the esteemed Maharaja Hall at SMCH, Ghaziabad, the competition provided a conducive environment for students to express their creativity and contribute meaningfully to a global cause. All the faculty members took active participation in the competition.

  • Dr. Juhi (Head of Department)
  • Dr. Jyoti (Professor & Dean, Research)
  • Dr. R. N. Gupta (Associate Professor)
  • Dr Eram Hussain (Assistant Professor)
  • Dr Surbhi  (Assistant Professor)
  • Dr. Luna (Assistant Professor)
  • Mrs. Priya & Mr. Sunil (Tutors)


Adherence to NAAC Guidelines:

  1. Theme Selection: The theme, "Beat Leprosy," was thoughtfully chosen to resonate with the objectives of World Leprosy Day, aligning with NAAC's emphasis on addressing societal issues through educational initiatives.
  2. Student Participation: NAAC encourages active student involvement in extracurricular activities to foster holistic development. The competition allowed participants to submit slogans individually or in groups, promoting teamwork, collaboration, and creative expression among MBBS Batch 23-24 students.
  3. Faculty Mentorship: Faculty members from the Department of Biochemistry served as mentors, providing guidance and support to the participating students. This mentorship model, endorsed by NAAC, facilitates student engagement and enhances the learning experience beyond the classroom.
  4. Judging Process: The competition was adjudicated by esteemed professionals, Dr. Alka Agarwal and Dr. Jyoti Batra, ensuring impartial evaluation and adherence to fairness standards outlined by NAAC.
  5. Outcome and Impact: The Slogan Competition not only raised awareness about leprosy but also instilled a sense of social responsibility and empathy among the student community. By actively participating in initiatives addressing societal challenges, students exemplified the values advocated by NAAC, contributing to the overall academic and ethical ethos of the institution.

    Conclusion: The successful organization of the Slogan Competition for World Leprosy Day underscores SMCH's dedication to implementing NAAC guidelines and fostering holistic student development. Such initiatives serve as exemplars of educational excellence, promoting social consciousness, and aligning with NAAC's vision of nurturing well-rounded individuals capable of making meaningful contributions to society.