Red Ribbon Club is a movement started by the Government of India in schools and colleges through which, students will spread awareness over HIV / AIDS.
The 'red ribbon' is a symbol for both drug prevention and for the fight against AIDS. The Red Ribbon foundation is an organization founded in 1993 whose main purpose is the education about prevention of the Human Immunodeficiency Virus or HIV.
The objectives of NGC Red Ribbon Club are:
a. To Foster a community planning process that encourages inclusion and parity among community 2. planning members.
b. To provide a platform for strengthening the responses to HIV among the diverse populations.
c. To increase global awareness of the continuing impact of HIV and AIDS.
d. To promote effective action through leadership and shared responsibility at all levels of government and society.
e. To promote accountability among all stakeholders engaged at various levels of the response to HIV and AIDS.
The following are the members of NGC Red Ribbon
1. Kalyan Bora, Assistant Professor (Coordinator)
2. Dr. Nazneen Akhtar, Assistant Professor (Member)
3. Dr. Pankaj Kalita, Assistant Professor (Member)
4. Dr. Zinamoni Shandilya, Assistant Professor (Co-Coordinator)
5. Ashish Saikia, Assistant Professor (Member)