North Point taps soccer for health

Darjeeling: When a rescue vehicle took off of St. Joseph's School (North Point) on Sunday morning on its way to an adjacent tea plant for a free wellbeing registration, it hushed faultfinders who had addressed of one of Darjeeling's most notable establishments. 
On June 2 this year, the Darjeeling North Point School Alumni Association (DNPSAA) had composed an occasion to praise the Fifa World Cup and had self-dedicated the occasion as Darjeeling-The World Cup Town 2018. Happy new year wishes info
The occasion was a fabulous achievement and however commentators before long took to internet based life to blame the coordinators for having political intentions. "Numerous individuals felt pitiful, some were furious. Individuals were remarking remaining from their homes. We, in any case, chose to overlook and adhered to our bigger objective since we knew our central goal, our objective," said Deven Gurung, president, DNPSAA. 
The objective was to raise finances and give a rescue vehicle fitted with hardware that could lead 42 tests like EGC among others. It was additionally the understudies' tribute to their instructor, Fr Gerard Van Wallenghem, a Canadian Jesuit who came to Darjeeling and went through his time on earth serving the general population till his demise on June 1, 2015.
"We needed to raise over Rs 8 lakh for the task. We charged an enlistment expense of Rs 300 from each understudy who partook in the World Cup occasion. We could gather Rs 4 lakh from that occasion," said Gurung. Whatever is left of the assets originated from graduated class individuals and some corporate sponsors."We additionally had a graduated class reserve of about Rs 1.5 lakh, which we had gathered through raising support meals before. We pooled every one of our assets to get this rescue vehicle," said Gurung. 
The task was titled Fr Van Clinic on Wheels. "Fr Van would dependably advise the graduated class to take a shot at medical problems of poor people. The school was at that point helping in training for the destitute by holding winter classes in North Point," said Gurung. 
"After different graduated class meeting it was chosen that just holding a medicinal camp would not be of much help. We needed to go to the villagers and direct restorative tests. We had formalized this undertaking very nearly a year back," Gurung included. 
On Sunday, when the Bolero rescue vehicle moved into Happy Valley tea cultivate, it took into account 90 occupants. 
The Clinic on Wheels is a joint wander with Darjeeling Dooars Medical Association (DDMA) Hospital, prominently known as Planter's Nursing Home, in Darjeeling.