Alom - Social Worker - Barpeta, Assam, India

Khorshed Alom

Barpeta, Assam, India

Services

Social Worker

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Summary:

I am a General Secretary of Kalgachia Social Welfare Society.

Work History

General Secretary

Kalgachia Social Welfare Society

From January 2008

Projects

CANCER AWARENESS CAMP

KALGACHIA SOCIAL WELFARE SOCIETY WAS ORGANISED A CANCER AWARENESS CAMP AT KALGACHIA ON 16 FEB/2011

TABACCO KILLS****NEVER THRILLS***

# ONE INDIAN DIE EVERY 40 SECONDS DUE TO TOBACCO CONSUMTION.
# 40% OF ALL CANCERS IN INDIA ARE DUE TO TOBACCO CONJUMTION.
# ONE CIGARETTE SMOKED COSTS 14 MINUTES OF YOUR LIFE.

ADVice

A good plan for today is better than a great plan for tommorow. Look backward with satisfaction and look forward with confidence..

WORLD ENVIEROMENTAL DAY ON 5th JUNE 2010

MEGAGINE INNUGRATION AT OPEN MEETING

WORLD ENVIEROMENTAL DAY ON 5th JUNE 2010

PLANTATION

WORLD BREAST FEDDING WEEK

KALGACHIA SOCIAL WELFARE SOCIETY WAS CELEBRATE WORLD BREAST FEDDING WEEK ON 04 AUGUST 2009

RESCEW A PYTHON

RESCEW A PYTHON BY KALGACHIA SOCIAL WELFARE SOCIETY ON 2010

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CANCER AWARENESS CAMP AT KALGACHIA

The cancer Awareness camp was organised by Kalgachia Social Welfare Society collaboration with Dr. B.Borooah Cancer Institute And Supported by Epitom College,Kalgachia at Fakaruddin Ali Ahmed Hanghati Bhavan on 16 Feb 2011.
The off-quoted saying that ‘cancer has no answer’ now has changed and today doctors have found answer for the disease. If cancer is detected in the primary (first) stage, it can be cured even by giving medicine but if it reaches the third or fourth stage it cannot be cured. So, if a person detects change in bladder and bowel habits, any sore throat not healing, unusual bleeding or discharge, thickening or lump in breast or anywhere, indigestion and difficulty in swallowing, obvious change in wart or mole and nagging cough or hoarseness of voice, he should immediately consult a doctor or cancer specialist, considering these seven symptoms as warning signals of cancer.

This above was stated by Dr S.M.Bhagawati, junior consultant Prevent oncology Deptt. from Dr B Barooah Cancer Institute who came to attend the programme as a resource person.

Dr Bhagawati also stated that about eight lakh new cancer patients are detected in India every year and one third patients develop cancer from using tobacco. It is a matter of concern that in the Northeast about 70% to 80% patients come to doctors at the last stage.

Dr Bhagawati displayed detailed data on the causes and hazards of cancer through videodisc. He let the gathering know that a team of cancer specialists – comprising Dr Bhagawati , Shagat Hazarika and their staff – has presently embarked on a mission under the District Cancer Control Programme to detect and inspire people to get their disease diagnosed in early stages for proper treatment. Three districts, namely Darrang, Nalbari and Barpeta are in their charge.

The function was presided over by Dr S.Shikh and also addressed by Shagat Hazarika, Social Investigator . The inaugural speech was presented by Dr Nazirul Islam SDMO,BPHC, Kalgachia. A felicitation programme was conducted by Khorshe Alom Gen. Secy. of Kalgachia Social Welfare Society. Among others, the camp was attended by Rousanara Akhtar, coordinator of Abdur Rezzaque Memorial Cancer Prevention and Palliative Care Centre, Dr. Jahanara Begum, senior lecturer of Nabajyoti College, Abu Sayed Ahmed, senior lecturer and students from different schools and Colleges.

VOLUNTARY BLOOD DONATION CAMP

Kalgachia Social Welfare Society was organished a Voluntary blood donation camp at Kalgachia BPHC on 9april 2010.

Qualifications & Certifications

Civil Engineering

Assam Engineering Institute

K.K.Pathak High School

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