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Looking back: Distribution drive at MIT food court – The Manipal Journal
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Looking back: Distribution drive at MIT food court

Red X, the official socio-adventure club of Manipal University organized Sahaj, a distribution drive at the MIT food court on August 28.The event aimed at giving away Manipal Arogya cards and sewing machines to various members of the society, providing them a chance to attain better standards of living.

The chief guest for the ceremony was Dr.Avinash Shetty, an additional professor at the Department of Community Medicine at KMC, Manipal || Photo courtesy: Sasha Dwivedi

The brand new sewing machines distributed to the people in order to hone their skills and provide an opportunity for employment || Photo courtesy: Sasha Dwivedi

The Manipal Arogya cards, a social initiative by the Manipal University, was also distributed during the event. The cards provide concessional healthcare rates throughout the Manipal hospital network || Photo courtesy: Sasha Dwivedi

Chief guest Mr. Avinash Shetty handing over a sewing machine to Mrs. Revathy || Photo courtesy: Sasha Dwivedi

The event was attended by students and locals who came in to show their support to the cause || Photo courtesy: Sasha Dwivedi

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: Sasha Dwivedi

Edited by: Shreya Job

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