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‘The Joy of Giving’ week concludes with ‘We care’

Manipal: Volunteer Service Organization (VSO), on the concluding day of Daan Utsav - The Joy of Giving Week, organised 'We Care', an event aimed at spreading awareness about medicines among school kids, at the Manipal College Of Pharmaceutical Science (MCOPS). The event was attended by around...

VSO releases first newsletter at SPARSH ’16

Manipal: Volunteer Services Organisation (VSO) released their first quarterly e-newsletter ‘Voluntous’ at their event Sparsh ’16, a fund raiser for the Rural Development Fund of Manipal University (MU) at Fortune Inn Valley View on April 2. The honorary guest, the Vice Chancellor of MU, Dr. H....

VSO addresses child marriage

Durganagar: Volunteer Services Organisation (VSO) in collaboration with Community Medicine Department, Kasturba Medical College (KMC) organised a street play for their latest educational drive on August 30 The initiative was conducted to create awareness about child marriage, which is still prevalent in the area. The members...

Clean the Manipal Lake!

Manipal: Volunteer Services Organisation (VSO) of Manipal University held its weekly ‘Clean Manipal Lake’ drive on August 30. The lake cleaning was initiated last semester by Dr Vidya Pratap, an associate professor at T.A Pai Management Institute (TAPMI) when she learnt that the local government planned to...