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Inauguration of official website of Rayagada Blood Bank , Odisha

A. K. Hota, Odisha ak[dot]hota[at]nic[dot]in
  |   May 10, 2016
Dignitaries during Inauguration of the portal

Screenshot of the portal

The official website of Rayagada Blood Bank (http://rayagadablood.nic.in) has been inaugurated by Sri Jagannath Mohanty, Collector & District Magistrate, Rayagada on 08.05.2016 at DRDA Conference Hall, Rayagada.

Among the dignitaries present on the occasion include Sri Laxmikant Behera, ADM, Dr. Ananda Padhy, Vice President, RCBB, Rayagada, Sri P.V.S.S. Gangadhar, DIO-NIC, Sri Guna Sekhar Netheti, ADIO-NIC, all the District Level Officers and Red Cross Society life members etc..

Inaugurating the portal, Sri Jagannath Mohanty Collector, Rayagada appreciated NIC efforts and conveyed thanks to Sri S. K. Panda, DDG & SIO, and portal team for continuous support for launching this website. Provision for two lakh SMS has been availed through NICSI and sender id approval has been taken from TRAI, so that donors can be contacted through SMS by Blood Bank Admin.

Sri Gangadhar, DIO explained the features of the website highlighting various features like Donors registration, Blood stock availability status, Camp organizers detail, MIS of Blood Issue and receipt, FAQs for donors, rate chart etc. Sri Guna Sekhar, ADIO sharing future plan informed that the portal is going to have database of all Thalassemia and sickle cell patients of the district so that their time to time blood requirement can be monitored. 

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