The aim of YRC are (a) Promotion of health and hygiene (b) Service to others (c) World friendliness.

The Fundamental Principles

The Youth Red Cross shall function on the Fundamental Principles of the International Red Cross movement which are as follows :

  1. Humanity
  2. Impartiality
  3. Independence
  4. Voluntary Service
  5. Unity
  6. Universality


“To serve”


The objectives of Youth Red Cross (Odisha) shall be to train the “zealous” Youth, in the Fundamental Principles of the Red Cross, so that they may remain “imperturbable,unwearying, unflattering” and develop in them the elements of “quiet self-sacrifice” when disasters strike humanity. Keeping this in view the YRC shall endeavour as follows, for

  1. Promotion of potentialities of the Youth to enable them to render skilled philanthropic service toned up by a sense of self- sacrifice, for the mitigation of suffering of the needy and the distressed;
  2. Promotion of health, hygiene and sanitation and cognate subjects among the members of the community for
    prevention of disease and mitigation of suffering;
  3. Promotion of motivations among the youth for fostering friendship and fraternity (the spirit of Tutti fratelli) at the national and international level;
  4. Promotion of qualities of leadership and traits of personality amng the youth;
  5. Promotion of the spirit of self-relianhce and dignity of labour among the youth;
  6. Promotion of training in various skills to render qualified service to the needy;
  7. Promotion of factors which may contribute to the establishment of peace at the national and international level.

YRC College Working Committee

There shall be a Working Committee of the Youth Red Cross at the College level. It shall be comprised of the following :
Chairman:- Dr. Anil KUmar Mishra , Principal(I/C)
Secretary :-Mr. Ranjan Kumar Pradhan(Men) YRC Counsellor Secretary :-Miss. Seema Susmita Tete(Women) YRC Counsellor
Member :-The other YRC Counsellor (in the absence of which another Lecturer / Reader)
Student Member:- Two YRC Volunteers (one boy and one girl in case of institutions where co-education is in practice)