IRCS:- INDIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY
The Junior Red Cross Society (JRC) is a deliberate helpful association to ensure human life and wellbeing situated in India. It is a piece of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, thus shares the Fundamental Principles of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. The general public’s main goal is giving alleviation in the midst of debacles/crises and advancing wellbeing and care of helpless individuals and networks. It has a system of more than 700 branches all through India. The Society utilizes the Red Cross as a seal in the same manner as other worldwide Red Cross social orders. Volunteering has been at the simple heart of the Indian Red Cross Society since its origin in 1920, with the Society having Youth and Junior volunteering programs. The Society is nearly connected with the St John Ambulance in India.
Amid the First World War help administrations for influenced officers in India was given by a part of the Joint War Committee, a coordinated effort between the St. John Ambulance Association and the British Red Cross. On 3 March 1920, a bill was acquainted with the Indian Legislative Council by Sir Claude Hill (an individual from the Viceroy’s Executive Council who was additionally Chairman of the Joint War Committee in India) to establish the Indian Red Cross Society, free of the British Red Cross. The Bill was passed as the Indian Red Cross Society Act, 1920 on 17 March 1920, and moved toward becoming Parliament Act XV of 1920 with the consent of the Governor General on the 20 March 1920.