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Departmental Activities 2019 -2020

AWARDS

 

2019 November,25th, P.Nitya Jeeva Prada on P.D., degree was awarded to Mrs. Ph- ANTI &VANTIDIABETIC, MS PHYSIOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS –GC on DIOSPYROS ACTIVITY OF INFLAMATORY BAKH LEAF EXTRACT UNDER THE SUPERVISION (WILLD) FERREA. Faculty of natural – former dean, Prof. Vishnuvardhan .Z., Acharya Nagarjuna University.

 

Papers presented and published at conferences and seminars

 

Dr. N. Baratha Jyothi,G.Sravani and  Dr.K.Sunita presented a paper on “REPORT ON MORTALITY CASES OF CHILDREN ATTENDEES OF GOVERNMENT GENERAL HOSPITAL, VIJAYAWADA, ANDHRA PRADESH, INDIA” on 26th and 27th September, 2019. UGC sponsored seminar on Recent Innovations and  future  prospects in animal sciences conducted by Kakatiya University, Warangal, Telangana state, India.

 

 Dr. N. Baratha Jyothi, Dr.K.Sunita and Dr. P.Nitya Jeeva prada presented a paper on 13 October 2019 from 07:30-09:30 AM in ISSHID 2019, the International Symposium on HIV and Hepatitis infectious diseases held at SRIHER,Porur, Chennai. “INCIDENCE OF DRUG RESISTANCE MUTATIONS (DRMs) IN HIV-1 VERTICALLY INFECTED CHILDREN ATTENDEES OF GOVERNMENT GENERAL HOSPITAL, VIJAYAWADA, ANDHRA PRADESH, INDIA”.  Abstract  no.7, presented paper published in    BMC infectious diseases journal of impact factor 2.65(scopus journal).   

Web: http://www.ISSHID2019.org

3. Dr Nitya attended and presented a paper  in a Loyola college ALC Biosciences conference, paper Id B038A- effect of methanolic leaf extract of Diospyros ferrea on SERUM GLUCOSE. = ON 28/10/19

PUBLICATIONS:

Dr P Nitya jeeva Prada & Prof Z Vishnuvardhan & Nageswara rao Naik presented  &   published  a paper on “Induction of carrageenan paw oedema  along with anti inflammatory serum enzymes of Diospyros ferrea leaf extract”.  Interntional  J  of  Sci. Res  & Reviews {UGC Apporoved}   IJSRR/82/82440  ISSN 2279-0543,Vol 8, 2019, ISI Impact factor 1.536.

5) Dr.P Nitya jeeva Prada  presented and  published  a paper on  “Eco- friendly Vermicomposting- A promising source of income”.   Alford council of Int.    English   and  Litt  J (ACIEU) Vol 2, Spel Issue 1,   2019. Impact factor  4.4,  ISSN No  2581-6500.

 

6). Dr P Nitya jeeva Prada , Prof Z Vishnuvardhan and Dr. N. Baratha Jyothi presented published  a paper on “GC –MS  Identification of Bioactive  Compounds From Solvent Extracts of  Diospyros ferrea (Willd.)Bakh, Leaf”.   Transformation of public health and community responsibility on 8 th & 9th August, 2019 in collaboration in Saudi Board family medicine program, Buraidah, KSA. Sponsored by RUSA 2.0 (component-8) conducted by St.Theresa autonomous college, Eluru, W.G.District, A.P.

 

7)  Dr. P Nitya Jeeva Prada , Prof Z Vishnuvardhan and Dr.T.Rosemary presented and published  a paper on “EFFECT OF METHANOLIC LEAF EXTACT OF DIOSPYROS FERREA (WILLD.)BAKH,  ON SERUM GLUCOSE” on November 1& 2 ,2019 in collaboration with IMRF,  Institute  of higher education and research, India.

 

 Attended workshop:

 

1. Dr. P.Nitya Jeeva prada and Dr. N. Baratha Jyothi attended  a two day National workshop  on“AYURSIDDHI” HANDS ON TRAINING ON INDEGENOUS MEDICINE” (17th & 18th DECEMBER, 2019) Organized by department of botany, Parvathaneni Brahmayya Siddhartha College of Arts & Science, Siddhartha Nagar, Vijayawada-520 010 Andhra Pradesh, India Re-accredited at the level,A+‟ by the NAAC College with Potential for Excellence (UGC).

   

World Malaria day

Awareness Activity was conducted on World Malaria day ( 20/08/2019) by Dr.Baratha Jyothi and Mrs. Suma, to activate Intermediate students to prophylactic measures to control malarial fevers.

Zero malaria starts with me” On World Malaria Day 2020, WHO joins the RBM Partnership to End Malaria in promoting “Zero malaria starts with me”, a grassroots campaign that aims to keep malaria high on the political agenda, mobilize additional resources, and empower communities to take ownership of malaria prevention and care.

 

We know that through country leadership and collective action, we can radically reduce suffering and death from malaria. Between 2000 and 2014, the number of malaria-related deaths fell by 40% worldwide, from an estimated 743 000 to 446 000.

 

But in recent years, progress has ground to a standstill. According to WHO's World malaria report 2019, there were no global gains in reducing new infections over the period 2014 to 2018. And nearly as many people died from malaria in 2018 as the year before.

 

Urgent action is needed to get back on track, and ownership of the challenge lies in the hands of countries most affected by malaria. The “Zero malaria” campaign engages all members of society: political leaders who control government policy decisions and budgets; private sector companies that will benefit from a malaria-free workforce; and communities affected by malaria, whose buy-in and ownership of malaria control interventions is critical to success. Join us in our shared effort to get to zero malaria.




Follow our Seven Steps to Prevent Cancer to reduce your risk.

  • DON'T USE TOBACCO. ...
  • PROTECT YOUR SKIN FROM THE SUN. ...
  • EAT A HEALTHY DIET. ...
  • MAINTAIN A HEALTHY WEIGHT AND BE PHYSICALLY ACTIVE. ...
  • PRACTICE SAFE SEX AND AVOID RISKY BEHAVIORS. ...
  • GET IMMUNIZED (HPV & HEPATITIS VACCINES)

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Educational Tour:

The Department has arranged Field trip to NTR University of Veterinary Sciences,

Gannavaram on 22.8.2019 as a part of III B. Sc curriculum (Skill based trip), assisted by the Coordinator of Veterinary animal farm, Dr. Venkata Seshaiah, Dr. Sushmitha. They also visited Prasada Reddy Ajitha Poultry Unit, Proddutur, Kankipadu , with all final year students(50) and along with staff Dr Nitya, Dr Japamalai, Suma & Zoology record assistant  Mani .


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World Malaria day                                    

Awareness Activity was conducted on World Malaria day ( 20/08/2019) by Dr.Baratha Jyothi and Mrs. Suma, to activate Intermediate students to prophylactic measures to control malarial fevers.

Zero malaria starts with me”

On World Malaria Day 2020, WHO joins the RBM Partnership to End Malaria in promoting “Zero malaria starts with me”, a grassroots campaign that aims to keep malaria high on the political agenda, mobilize additional resources, and empower communities to take ownership of malaria prevention and care.

 

We know that through country leadership and collective action, we can radically reduce suffering and death from malaria. Between 2000 and 2014, the number of malaria-related deaths fell by 40% worldwide, from an estimated 743 000 to 446 000.

 

But in recent years, progress has ground to a standstill. According to WHO's World malaria report 2019, there were no global gains in reducing new infections over the period 2014 to 2018. And nearly as many people died from malaria in 2018 as the year before.

 

Urgent action is needed to get back on track, and ownership of the challenge lies in the hands of countries most affected by malaria. The “Zero malaria” campaign engages all members of society: political leaders who control government policy decisions and budgets; private sector companies that will benefit from a malaria-free workforce; and communities affected by malaria, whose buy-in and ownership of malaria control interventions is critical to success. Join us in our shared effort to get to zero malaria.

Red Ribbon Club:

The Department of Zoology conducted an awareness program on Theme- SEND A

MESSAGE,STAY DRUG FREE-with RRC, Youth Red Cross, on 30/8/2019 Resource persons: A. Md. Imtiaz IAS, District Collector &District Magistrate , Krishna District, inspired students on Dedication, Discipline and Devotion to control HIV/AIDS, followed by Dr A. Sridhar Reddy, Chairman, YRCS & Dental Surgeon and also Dr. Illa Ravi, Principal, Avanigadda Govt degree college were also spoke.


World Ozone Day- Nature Walk

The theme for the World Ozone Day 2019, to be marked on 16 September, is:

32 Years and Healing

The theme for this year celebrates over three decades of remarkable international cooperation to protect the ozone layer and the climate under the Montreal Protocol. It reminds us that we must keep up the momentum to ensure healthy people and a healthy planet.

The Montreal Protocol has led to the phase-out of 99 per cent of ozone-depleting chemicals in refrigerators, air-conditioners and many other products.

The latest Scientific Assessment of Ozone Depletion completed in 2018, shows that, as a result, parts of the ozone layer have recovered at a rate of 1-3% per decade since 2000. At projected rates, Northern Hemisphere and mid-latitude ozone will heal completely by the 2030s.


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World AIDS Day:

Awareness on World AIDS Day was conducted on 30/11/2019, Mrs. Annamma, State RRC co-coordinator of Krishna District as resource person, has advised the students and clarified the myths and misconceptions about HIV.

December 1

The theme for the 2019 observance is “Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Community by Community”.

World AIDS Day was first observed in 1988. Each year, organizations and individuals across the world bring attention to the HIV epidemic, endeavor to increase HIV awareness and knowledge, speak out against HIV stigma, and call for an increased response to move toward Ending the HIV Epidemic.C:\Users\Public\Documents\Documents\Downloads\first aid 2.JPG

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A TWO DAY CERTIFICATE cum TRAINING PROGRAMME:

State RRC & YRCS conducted a programme to 50 of our degree students in collaboration with Maris Stella, Vijayawada on 6th & 7th Feb 2020, Mrs. Annamma, State secretary and President Dr.Samaram along with RRC coordinator Dr Nitya ,Vice principals Dr.sis Innyasamma and Hannah Anuhya ,RRC members and students were attended.


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Guinness World Record:

Attempt to sign up to donate blood in 8 hours-programmme was conducted to all colleges by the GOVERNOR OF AP &YRCS in Devaiah memorial auditorium on 15/02/2020 to express our intention to donate blood in order to noble cause of helping needy patients. Approximately 1500 students, staff, Dr. sis Jasintha, beloved principal of Maris Stella College participated to acknowledge the spirit of service and achieved world record.

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An Awareness activity on Breast Cancer was conducted on 30/10/2019 to motivate our students on mammogram and self examination.

Dr Nitya jeeva prada and Dr N. Baratha Jyothi.

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Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October

The Breast Cancer Awareness Month, marked in countries across the world every October, helps to increase attention and support for the awareness, early detection and treatment as well as palliative care of this disease.


There are about 1.38 million new cases and 458 000 deaths from breast cancer each year (IARC Globocan, 2008). Breast cancer is by far the most common cancer in women worldwide, both in the developed and developing countries. In low- and middle-income countries the incidence has been rising up steadily in the last years due to increase in life expectancy, increase urbanization and adoption of western lifestyles.


Currently there is not sufficient knowledge on the causes of breast cancer, therefore, early detection of the disease remains the cornerstone of breast cancer control. When breast cancer is detected early, and if adequate diagnosis and treatment are available, there is a good chance that breast cancer can be cured. If detected late, however, curative treatment is often no longer an option. In such cases, palliative care to relief the suffering of patients and their families is needed.


Shadow on a mammogram

Shadows — these can due to increased density of breast tissue or harmless (benign) cysts. Calcium deposits (calcification) — although large numbers of tiny calcium deposits may be associated with cancer, calcification can also be caused by ageing, injury or a benign lump such as a fibroadenoma.


Women ages 40 to 44 should have the choice to start annual breast cancer screening with mammograms (x-rays of the breast) if they wish to do so. Women age 45 to 54 should get mammograms every year. Women 55 and older should switch to mammograms every 2 years, or can continue yearly screening.

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Departmental Activities 2019 -2020

AWARDS   2019 November,25 th , P.Nitya Jeeva Prada on P.D., degree was awarded to Mrs. Ph- ANTI &VANTIDIABETIC, MS PHYSIOCHEMICAL ANALYS...