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Bharat Vikas Parishad is striving for the development of the Nation. You can also participate in this effort  by (a) becoming a member of Bharat Vikas Parishad, (b) enrolling yourself as a “Vikas Ratna” or “Vikas Mitra”  and (c)  donating for various sewa &  sanskar projects.

Donations to Bharat Vikas Parishad are eligible for income tax exemption under section 80-G of Income Tax Act. Donations may kindly be sent by cheque / demand draft in favour of Bharat Vikas Parishad, Bharat Vikas Bhawan, BD Block, Behind Power House, Pitampura, Delhi-110034.


 
 

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Bharat Vikas Parishad Charitable Diagnostic Centre, Chandigarh
 

During 2012-13 following equipments worth of Rs 93.11 lakh were added to the Chandigarh Diagnostic Centre:
1. Automated Perimeter (for workup of Glaucoma Patients)
2. Ambulance for Patiala
3. Digital Dental OPG Machine
4. Digital Mammography Machine
5. 4-D Colour Doppler Machine
6. Transformer 400 KVA
7. Colour Doppler Vivid S6 (for Heart patients)
8. Phacco Surgery machine (for Cataract Eye Surgery)
9. Personal Warm Massager (Nuga Best)
10. Endo Motor Xsmart Dentisply (for Dental Department)

BVP Charitable Medical Centre (Indira Holiday Home)

Chandigarh, Punjab East
Himachal Pradesh, Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal, on 6th May 2012, inaugurated a State of the Art 16 Slice CT-Scan Machine at  BVP Charitable Medical Centre at Indira Holiday Home in Sector-24 Chandigarh. This is the first of its kind CT scan machine in Chandigarh, Mohali & Punchkula after PGIMER Chandigarh.

Sh. Dhumal appreciated the role of BVP for lending service to the community in a charitable manner. National Secretary General S.K. Wadhwa also presided over the function and appealed  to the Administration to provide a piece of land for providing better services in future. Ajay Dutta, Director, said, our commitment has always been to bring the latest world class technologies and equipment to the masses on a charitable basis and we continue to take such initiatives in achieving this objectives. Our focus is to increase patient comfort while providing world class health care. Dutta said for the patient this new technology provides reassurance because the detailed images captured by the new scanner allow the radiologist to make more accurate diagnosis.

The new scanner is the fastest machine available and performs multi slice CT scans including angiography, in a matter of seconds. Multi slice imaging means that more than one image is recorded at a time. Multi slice systems reduce the amount of time patients must hold their breath or change position during their examination. This benefits trauma patients, pediatric patients and others who are acutely ill. Special filters reduce the amount of radiation patients are exposed to during the test. The 16 slice scanner is an upgrade from the single slice machine previously used at the hospitals.

Dutta also informed that more than 800 patients visit our lab everyday. In 2011-12 more than 5,40,000 patients took the benefit of our center. Shri Chuuni Lal Bhagat, Minister of Medical Education and Local Bodies announced a grant of ` 5,00,000 for purchase of Advanced Visual Field Analysor for Glucoma patients in our Eye Hospital. (Niti: Jul., 2012)
 

Dhumal inaugurates CT scan machine at charitable centre
The Pioneer;  Sunday, 06 May 2012
Chandigarh: Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Prem Kumar Dhumal on Sunday inaugurated a state-of-the-art 16 Slice CT-Scan Machine at Bharat Vikas Parishad Charitable Medical Centre at Indira Holiday Home in Sector 24 here. This is the first of its kind CT scan machine in the tricity after PGIMER.

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humal appreciated the role of Bharat Vikas Parishad for lending the community service in a charitable manner. Ajay Dutta, director, Bharat Vikas Parishad said, “Our commitment has always been to bring the latest world class technologies and equipment to the masses on a charitable basis and we continue to take such initiatives in achieving this objective. Our focus is to increase patient comfort while providing world-class healthcare.” Dutta said for the patient, this new technology provides reassurance because the detailed images captured by the new scanner allow the radiologist to make more accurate diagnosis.

The new scanner is the fastest machine available and performs multi-slice CT scans including angiography, in a matter of seconds. Multi-slice imaging means that more than one image is recorded at a time. Multi-slice systems reduce the amount of time patients must hold their breath or change position during their examination. This benefits trauma patients, paediatric patients and others who are acutely ill. Special filters reduce the amount of radiation patients are exposed to during the test. The 16-Slice scanner is an upgrade from the single slice machine previously used at the hospitals.
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Eye Hospital, New Ultra Sound Machine and Digital X-Ray Machine Commissioned

Donors funding these projects viz: Prof. Gujral, Mr. Sital Prakash, Mr. K L. Goyal and several volunteers honoured

Punjab Health Minister Laxmi Kanta Chawla inaugurates new facilities

Chandigarh June 6, 2009: Facilities of the state of art charitable diagnostic centre being run by Bharat Vikas Parishad at Chandigarh stand augmented with commissioning of a new Eye Hospital, a new ultra sound machine and a digital X-Ray machine.

Punjab Health Minister Laxmi Kanta Chawla inaugurated the new facilities in the presence of BVP National President R.P. Sharma and the National Working President I. D. Ojha. She praised Bharat Vikas Parishad for its glorious record of service for the people of Chandigarh. L.K. Chawla talked about the widespread evils like female foeticide, dowry and domestic violence threatening the social fabric in Chandigarh and neighbouring states of Punjab and Haryana. She asked the people to do all to give healthy habits to their children.

According to Ajay Datta, Director of the BVP Charitable Medical Centre here the new facility of an eye hospital at the BVP centre has come at a cost Rs. 50 Lakh. Like all projects of the centre this too will be available to patients at no profit no loss. The new ultrasound scan machine will be the third such machine with the centre. The centre performs 150 ultrasound scans everyday on an average. The non profit centre charges only Rs. 100 for every scan against market charges of Rs. 400. The machine with a market price of Rs. 5.5 lakh is from GE and has been funded by a donor.

The Digital X-Ray machine priced at Rs.18 lakh is to be used for improving the capacity of the centre. Against market charges of Rs. 200 for each such X-ray BVP is to charge Rs. 60 per X- Ray. The X-Rays in the BVP charitable centre are already digital. Advantages of digital X-Ray include time efficiency (it bypasses chemical processing) and the ability to digitally transfer and enhance images. Also less radiation can be used to produce an image of similar contrast to conventional radiography. Its potential to reduce costs associated with processing, managing and storing films is significant. The centre has also started offering a new facility viz thermal ceragem therapy from today, with the help of a newly gifted Korean machine.

According to Shri Datta the number of patients visiting the centre for diagnostic tests and medical treatment has gone up to 500 per day as compared to average of 400 patients per day last year. The centre has a staff of 50 and is being run with the support of over a dozen selfless volunteers who regularly devote time to help run the services.

Parishad today honoured donors for funding these projects. The philanthropists honoured today include Prof. A.S. Gujral, Shri Sital Prakash, Shri K. L. Goyal. Several volunteers working with the project without any honorarium were also honoured on this occasion. (Niti; Jul., 2009)

          
         
      
         
      
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