Indian Army Provides Medical Training for NCC Cadets at Dul, Kishtwar
NCC Cadets of Kishtwar were given Medical Training and hands-on practise to provide first-aid to injured people. The training was provided by the Indian Army. During the training session, cadets were given training on loading and unloading of patient on stretcher, administering IV and injection, procedure to carry out general physical examination, vital examination and management of serious injuries like burn injuries, bleeding etc. Lady cadets were also educated on importance of women’s health and hygiene, at the same time the Cadets were explained about importance of Golden Hour. NCC cadets are one of the few first responders during any natural calamity and forms a major part of any disaster relief program. It is imperative that NCC Cadets are thorough with medical procedures so as to provide effective medical assistance during any rescue/ relief operations. A trained cadet can make a huge difference between life and death of rescued victims. The training session was attended by 30 Lady cadets and 16 Senior Division cadets alongwith Associate NCC Officer from Government Degree College, Kishtwar.