Category Archives: Dept of Life Science

Free health camp

The Department of Life Science in association with Manipal Hospital Bengaluru organised free health camp on 27th August 2022 at SBMJFGC, KGF.

200 public members 60 students and 10 faculty members actively participated in the camp and availed the following facility:
1.GRBS
2.BP and ECG
3.Sonogram
4.Liver Function Test
5.Kidney Function Test
6.Thyroid Function Test
7.Lipid profile
8.Total blood count. 9. Tread Mill Test

Farewell Function

The Department of Life Science conducted farewell function to bit goodbye to the final year students of BGBT on 18th August 2022. The juniors Refreshed their memories during the three years of the stay in the campus and honored them with the gifts and conducted games.

Dr. Rekha Sethi Principal SBMJFGC, KGF wished them and motivated the students to be sucessful in the future.

District Level Competition

Reshma Sultan of final year BGBT has participated in district level essay writing completion on “AIDS awareness” held on 11th August 2022 in District Health Office, Kolar.

Reshma Sultan of final year BGBT student has won second place with a cash prize and the prize distribution by the district health officer to the students were held on 12th August 2022 in Govt First Grade College, Malur.

Guest lecture

The Department of Life Science conducted Guest lecture on career guidance on 9th August 2022 from 10:30 am to 11:45 am through online mode.

Resourse Person: Mr. Varshith M. R., Research Scholar, Manipal University, Mangalore

Total : 45 students and 5 faculty members participated .

Guest Lecture

The Department of Life Science organized Guest Lecture on the Topic “plethora of bioavenues craft your career and  competitive examination” for Science students on 27th July 2022 at SBMJFGC, KGF.

Total 75 students and 5 faculty members participated

Resource Person:   Dr. Rangunath N Professor   Research and JRF exam coordinator,   Azyme Biosciences Pvt Ltd, Bengaluru

Environmental Education

The Department of Life Science organized outdoor activity on Environmental consciousness at   Karnataka Forest Department (Nursery), Benganur, Bangarpet on 31st May 2022.   The students were taught about Agro forestry and its impact on Environment issues.   30 students and 04 faculty members actively participated in the activity.

Awareness Program on Cancer and its treatment using Stem Cell Therapy

The department of Life Science in association with DKMS and BMS Bengaluru organized an awareness program on Stem Cell Therapy for Blood Cancer on 22nd May 2022 at SBMJFGC KGF.  Cheek Swab sample was collected from the public volunteers and students for HLA compatibility for further stem cell donation. 80 public volunteers, 04 faculty members and 25 students of SBMJFGC KGF actively participated.  

National Webinar on An Overview on Research Strategies

The department of Science in association with Research Cell , SBMJFGC KGF organized National Webinar on “ An Overview on Research Strategies “ to strengthen the Research activities on the present scenario on 2oth May 2022.

SESSION I
RESOURCE PERSON: Dr. S. Sundravel
Asst Professor
PG & Research Dept of Zoology
Govt Arts and Science college, Salem.
TOPIC : Preparation of Research Report and Research Paper

SESSION II
RESOURCE PERSON: Dr. J. Caroline Rose
Associate Professor
PG & Research Dept of Biotechnology
Arignar Anna Arts and Science College, Krishnagiri.
TOPIC : Multidisciplinary Research

100 participants from different streams of neighboring states actively participated and interacted with the resource persons. Both the sessions focused on the preparation of research report, interpretation of results,scopes of research and multidisciplinary projects.

World Health Day 2022

Theme: ‘Our Planet, Our Health’

The Department of Life Science observed world health day on 7th April 2022. The students and faculty members conducted health checkup for the neighborhood community, teaching, non teaching staff, housekeeping members and parents. Pamphlets were distributed in the KGF bus stand and students educated the passengers, fruit sellers and other shop keepers. The students actively involved in checking blood pressure, Oxygen saturation level and blood grouping.  25 students and 5 faculty members were participated.