Established in 2007, the Department of Microbiology deals with study of contemporary microbial world. Apart from traditional studies, various applied studies are involved and practiced in the well-equipped laboratory. Department is also working on various community health awareness programs through health check-up camps, blood donations camp, etc.
Prof. Kavita Khobragade
Head & Assistant Professor (Contract basis)
BLOOD DONATION CAPM
A blood donation camp was going organised in our Mahatma Gandhi Arts, Science and Late N. P. Commerce College Armori, District Gadchiroli. Camp was organised by the department of Microbiology with other departments. All preparation such as arrangement of beds, sanitization, written update, fruits, milk for people who are donating blood where organized by students.
Doctor and nurses from the local government hospital collaboratively helps in organisation. In the camp people can check their blood group and ask their curious. This camp was going organised from last few year at Armori, district Gadchiroli. In this camp peoples not only from Armori and Gadchiroli but also there where some prominent citizen from Chandrapur district also donated blood.
Our student from Microbiology department also provide the important information to the local people related to the blood donation and organ donation. They also promises that the donated blood would be used for saving the lives of the injured and the sequence also the fact and meat related to the blood donation camp.
AIDS DAY CELEBRATION
World AIDS Day on 1 December Markley celebrated in our Mahatma Gandhi Arts, Science and Late N. L. Commerce College Armori, district Gadchiroli. On this occasion the department of Microbiology, took guest lectures and invite other speaker at this event to provide key information, facts and myths related to HIV and AIDS. On this day department organised HIV test camp collaboration with local government doctors. Other departments also associated for organisation and make this day greatly useful for all students to give clarity about HIV and AIDS disease.