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CUVAS launches Rescue Cadet Corps Training Course

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Cholistan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences (CUVAS) in Bahawalpur has taken a significant step towards enhancing emergency preparedness within its community with the commencement of a three-day Rescue Cadet Corps (RCC) Training Course. The course, spanning from the 20th to the 22nd of February 2024, underscores the university’s dedication to fostering a culture of readiness and rescue proficiency.

The RCC Training Course is tailored to impart vital skills and knowledge in emergency response, first aid, disaster management, and other critical aspects of rescue operations. Led by experienced professionals from Rescue 1122, participants will engage in hands-on training aimed at equipping them with the necessary tools to effectively respond to various emergencies.

The inauguration of the training program was officiated by the esteemed Vice-Chancellor of Cholistan University, Dr. Muhammad Mazhar Ayaz, who emphasized the significance of such initiatives in enhancing community safety. “We aim to provide our students and employees with the necessary skills to save lives and contribute to community safety,” stated Dr. Ayaz on the eve of the inauguration.

The organization and execution of the training were meticulously overseen by Dr. Muhammad Moazam Jalees, the Director of University Diagnostic Laboratory, and Muhammad Khalid Mehmood, the Director of Student Affairs. Their efforts ensured that participants would receive comprehensive training that aligns with the highest standards of rescue operations.

Participants of the RCC Training Course expressed enthusiasm and gratitude towards the university for organizing such a valuable initiative. Many highlighted the importance of being equipped with life-saving skills, especially in times of crisis.

With its commitment to fostering a culture of preparedness and safety, Cholistan University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences sets a commendable example in prioritizing the well-being of its community members. As the RCC Training Course progresses, it is expected to not only enhance the capabilities of individuals but also contribute significantly to the overall resilience of the university community.

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