An Initiative by JNU - Renovation and beautification of the area under Jagatpura Flyover.

Social responsibility takes many forms - from providing affordable/free healthcare to enabling girl child to reach their potential. One such social outreach is beautification of our City, Jaipur. Keeping in mind the Government of Rajasthan's initiatives to beautify the flyovers and elevated roads of Jaipur with paintings and murals, the Jaipur National University took on itself the task to beautify one busy section of Jaipur-Agra bypass near the Jagatpura Railway station, under the Jagatpura Flyover. The University has installed multiple statues there to showcase not only the JNU story, but to embed in the citizens a sense of pride towards their children, especially the girl child.

Save the Girl Child

"Save the Girl Child" is a social initiative in India to fight against the practice of female foeticide and this initiative was organized to support the same.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Sandeep Bakshi,Chancellor, Jaipur National University said female foeticide is both a national problem and a social evil. It's unbelievable that the urge for a boy-child makes the society so cruel that they dare to kill the yet to be born. He said that Jaipur National University Hospital will always comes forward to support such noble initiatives for the common good of the society. Jaipur National University Hospital has also taken up the responsibility of providing free medical treatment to these newly born girls the age of 5 years. Along with this the university also made donation for langar seva at the event. Doctors and nurses of the hospital conducted a free medical check up camp for all which provided services hundreds of people present.

Carrying forward the torch of Beti Padhao Beti Bachao campaign, Jaipur National University Hospital in association with Rajasthan Sikh Samaj organized an event at Khalsa Heritage Complex at Adarsh Nagar in which Jaipur National University Hospital offered medical and financial aid to over 200 girl children.


Cadaver Pledge | Body Donation

Donating the cadaver (body of the deceased) to a Medical College is one of the most inspiring sacrifice the family of the deceased can do. This is an expression of ultimate level of belongingness to society, in which not only the person while living contributed to the society but also became instrumental in its advancement after his death. The cadaver is used by the Medical college to demonstrate to the aspiring students of MBBS course about the location of various organs in a real body rather than a dummy or mennequin. This helps in better understanding of various ailments, diseases and their diagnosis leading to better understanding of medical students of the possible courses of treatment and medication.

The Jaipur National University's Institute of Medical Science and Research Center (JNU-IMSRC), on the initiative of Dr. Preeti Bakshi, Executive Director, asked and encouraged all students of MBBS I year to pledge to donate their body for furthering the cause of medical Science


JNU IMSRC Managed Sambhariya PHC

As per the Cabinet decision chaired by Cheif Minister Smt. Vasundhara Raje in June 2016 the Primary health centers (PHCs) in Rajasthan will now run in the public-private partnership (PPP) mode. The health centres were to given to private partners through the open bidding system. Jaipur National University's Hospital partenered the state government in such a nobel initiative to make to the citizens of the state of Rajasthan quality healthcare available at affordable costs at their doorsteps.JNU Hospital has adopted the Sambhariya PHC and is providing specialist Doctors, free medicine and diagnosis, immunization services as its social responsibility. 


Jaipur National University is strongly committed to its social obligations and responsibilities. Various welfare programmes are being organized from time to time by both the faculty and the students in the city.

Special drives are taken up for the upliftment of the underprivileged and the needy so that they can lead their lives with dignity and honour. We provide dedicated services in healthcare, education and skill development programmes for the community welfare. The management remains committed to promote safety, health and hygiene, both within the University and externally.


Jaipur National University Hospital organizs blood donation camps.

To serve the humanity, JNU Hospital organizes Blood Donation Camp regularly. On the occasion of "Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya Jayanti" on September 25, 2015, more than 150 volunteers from different colleges participated in the camp & donated blood more than 600 units. All sections of society should contribute towards the society and save lives.


Jaipur National University celebrated the "International Woman's day"

Celebrating the stories, beauty and strengthening the spirits of JNU Woman, Jaipur National University celebrated the "International Woman's day" at the School of Engineering & Technology. The guests included Hon'ble Chancellor Dr. Sandeep Bakshi, Ms. Suman Sharma, Chief of Rajasthan Women's Commission, Vice Chancellor of Jaipur National University Prof. H. N. Verma and the executive director Dr. Preeti Bakshi. The event saw the women highly charged and enthusiastic, as Ms. Suman Sharma's interaction and suggestions to the women were extremely valuable and appreciated.