Decision to celebrate Dr. Tantia’s birthday on August 20 every year as ‘Resolution Day’
Distribution of fruits to the farmers 65 trees planted on the occasion of the 65th anniversary
-Huge blood donation camp on 26
Shri Ganga Nagar. On the occasion of the birthday of the late Dr. Shyamsunder Tantia, the guide-guide of the Tantia group, he was presented with a portrait of Pushpanjali and remembered before him. On this occasion, it was announced to conduct social service activities for a whole week, deciding to celebrate Dr. Tantia’s birthday on August 20 as ‘Sankalp Diwas’. The service week will conclude on 26 August with a massive blood donation camp to be held at the Jan Seva Blood Bank.
During the tribute program at Jan Seva Hospital located at Tantia University campus on Hanumangarh Road, members of the Tantia group reiterated their pledge to serve the suffering humanity, keeping two minutes of silence in the memory of Dr. Shyamsunder Tantia. While presenting the life of Dr. Tantia, the speakers praised his vision, sociable personality and mild nature. Executive Director KS Sukhdev shared the pleasant experiences of long time spent with Dr. Tantia in his speech. University President Prof. (Dr.) MM Saxena said that in fact the Tantia group is similar to a large family, all of which are integral part of the family of Isas. Director of Jan Seva Hospital, Dr. Raghav Tantia said that he has learned a lot from Dr. Shyamsunder Tantia, both family and socially. Taking this idea forward, Director Dr. Mohit Tantia said that we are definitely moving towards success step by step and the dream which was seen while planting this plant is going to be a tree tree. He dedicated this success to every small and big worker of the Tantia group. Dr. KK Arora, Senior Medical Officer of the hospital, read about the sweet memories associated with Dr. Tantia while reading the resolution letter. On this occasion, everyone laid flowers before Dr. Shyamsunder Tantia’s portrait. After this, the fruits were distributed to the patients admitted to the Jan Seva Hospital.