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Prof. M Jagannadha Rao

Vice Chancellor, Adikavi Nannaya University

Adikavi Nannaya University aims to be the frontrunner in instilling social responsibility and service attitude in students through its very active and robust NSS Cell.

With over 290 units, 29,000 volunteers, the NSS Cell is rendering its services across East and West Godavari Districts. Our students have outshined not only in the service-related activities but also in other activities including National Integration Camps, Adventurous Camps, National Youth Festivals. The University is proud to have held its flag high at Red Fort, New Delhi in the Republic Day Parade on 26th January, 2020.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the NSS Cell has taken many initiatives to help and support the affected sections of society which include daily wage workers, street beggars, people with special needs etc. It was understood that there was a dire shortage of blood to patients, especially due to rising number of COVID-19 cases. And hence the NSS Cell has initiated to develop a free portal, which is driven by University students, where a database of all the willing blood donors will be available and hence resulting in the creation of Blood Donor Hub.

Public who are in need of blood can directly access the list donors in East & West Godavari districts, available through university website portal as well as the mobile application. I would like to remind that this portal for our University fraternity as well as for public and every healthy donor can register his/her name in the database. I congratulate NSS coordinator and all the people who have been a part of this initiative and succeeded in developing the portal. I encourage everyone, especially the students to support this initiative and campaign to increase the utilisation of this portal.

I request all the donors from students, staff, faculty from the University Colleges and from affiliated colleges to sign up as donors’ in

the Hub and make this Blood Donation movement a great success. I welcome public also to be part of this noble cause of Blood Donation.

Donate Blood and Save Lives

Prof. T Ashok

Registrar, Adikavi Nannaya University

Due to the current situation in the country ,where it became difficult to find the donars ,we designed a website where our university students are willing to donate blood in any critical situation and at any time.

One blood donation can benefit many people. A single donation can help at least three people in need. Now a days blood donation programs and blood donation camps are held in many colleges and clubs.

Thank you.

Dr. B Kezia Rani

NSS Co-ordinator, Adikavi Nannaya University

Many of us know that blood donors save lives every day through their blood donations. Every second, there may be a patient waiting for a blood transfusion to survive.

Normally a volunteer should be conscious to have an interval of 180 days between one donation and another. Blood donation is a noble gesture. It enhances the sense of pride in a person and it develops and altruistic attitude among the mankind.

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All You Need To Know
Why we donate blood?

Giving blood saves lives. The blood you give is a lifeline in an emergency and for people who need long-term treatments.

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Who can donate blood?

Most people can  give blood . You can give blood if you:

  • are fit and healthy
  • weight between 7 stone 12 lbs and 25 stone, or 50kg and 158kg
  • are aged between 17 and 66 (or 70 if you have given blood before)
  • are over 70 and have given a full blood donation in the last two years
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What to do after donating blood?

  • keep the pressure dressing on your arm for about 30 minutes after you have given blood, and the plaster on for 6 hours
  • rest for a short time after giving blood
  • eat and drink – you will be encouraged to have at least 2 drinks and a snack before you leave
  • avoid using the donation arm to carry anything very heavy for the rest of the day
  • avoid having a hot bath after you have given blood

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Some facts
Basic stuff
  • Why we donate blood?
  • Who can donate blood?
  • What to do after donating blood?
  • blood group A – has A antigens on the red blood cells with anti-B antibodies in the plasma
  • blood group B – has B antigens with anti-A antibodies in the plasma
  • blood group O – has no antigens, but both anti-A and anti-B antibodies in the plasma
  • blood group AB – has both A and B antigens, but no antibodies
Giving blood

Most people are able to give blood, but only 1 in 25 people actually do. You can donate blood if you:

  • are fit and healthy
  • weigh at least 50kg (7st 12lb)
  • are 17-66 years old (or 70 if you've given blood before)
  • are over 70 and have given blood in the last 2 years