“Dhanavanthri Sewa Yathra”
Dhanvantari Seva Yatra is a mega health campaigning programme in entire North Eastern States of India jointly organized by Seva Bharati, Purvanchal and National Medicos Organization (NMO) since 2003. With the sweet memories of ancient sage Dhanvantari, the founder of the Indian system of medicine and the preceptor of health, happiness and tranquility, the Seva Yatra provides health services with free distribution of medicines, creating health awareness, hygiene and health education.
Doctors from all over the country and abroad specialized in different streams of medical science and super specialization as well as faculty members of various medical and dental colleges and students of advance medical courses take part in this novel venture voluntarily and impart their services.
The prime motive behind this humble endeavor besides providing free medical assistance, also to acquaint the participating doctors with the varied rich culture of local community which is nothing but the part and parcel of the Bharatiya Cultural heritage.
At the same time, it is an effort to connect with our local community and assure them that the whole country cares for them and strongly standing behind them at the time of their weal & woe. At the end, the members of various medical teams return with their vivid experiences about the North Eastern states which may be worth contributory in the comprehensive context of National integration. This Yatra is playing an important role in strengthening the ties between the north-east and the rest of the country
Why the name Dhanvanthri for this Yatra?
With the sweet memories of ancient sage Dhanvantari, the founder of the Indian system of medicine and the preceptor of health, happiness and tranquility, the Seva Yatra is named as Dhanvantari Seva Yatra.
What are the main objectives of DSY?
- To provide health services with free distribution of medicines, creating health awareness amongst the various backward societies of North Eastern states.
- To acquaint the participating doctors with the varied rich culture of local community which is nothing but the part of the North Eastern Cultural heritage.
When was the first DSY?
In the year 2003
Does this experience add to my CV?
Yes, participants of this Yatra are felicitated at Valedictory function with certificates certifying the services rendered at the remote areas of J&K.
Do we get certificate of Participation at the end of the event?
The volunteer should be a member of NMO to participate in the Yatra but non members can participate with permission.
What would be the agenda of the program?
To enroll for the Yatra, one can send their details and consent of participation to their respective state secretary who is required to forward the list to national secretary/ RKSSY COORDINATOR or contact us at www.nationalmedicosorganisation.org .
How many days Yatra would it be?
Total duration of Dhanvantari Seva Yatra is of 7 days including valedictory function and travelling time from Guwahati to camping site.
Why should one participate in this Yatra?
To acquaint the participating doctors and medical students with the varied rich culture of local community of the North Eastern Cultural heritage.
Do the students/doctors need to arrange for travel?
Yes, students and doctors have to come to Guwahati at their own expenses. Rest will be managed by National Medicos Organization and Seva Bharati Purbanchal.
Who will take care of local travel and accommodation?
Karyakarta of Seva Bharati Purbanchal will take care of local travelling and accommodation (which is done mostly in the homes of local residents of the villages).
Do students get a day or two off for sightseeing?
After the daily free medical camp students can visit local sights and historical important things.
Do you issue any certificate at the end of the program?
Yes, a proficiency certificate issued in the valedictory function at the end of the DSY as well as the participants is felicitated in the function.
Is this open for foreign medical and dental students?
Yes, Foreign medical and dental doctors and students can participate in this health Yatra after due legal formalities.
Our past Dhanvanthri Sewa Yatras
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