By Dr. Sandhya According to the World Health Organization (WHO), approximately 65-80% of the world’s population living in developing countries depends essentially on plants for primary health care. Since ancient times medicinal plants have been used as a source to cure numerous human diseases. In the present days, one fourth of the world population depends […]
Jamshedpur : The national polio campaign saw the NCC cadets’ help 20, 237 children get polio drops in the three days of the campaign from 19 to 21 Jan at Tatanagar Railway tation, moving train and transit booths placed in several areas
of the city.
At railway station and moving train 11283 children were given polio drops while 8954 got from transit booths.
For the whole campaign 27 cadets were involved . The information was provided by NCC officer Capatian Dr. RK Choudhary.