An initiative by Student Welfare Group, IIT- Kharagpur & Gopali Youth Welfare Society.

About US

KGP BloodConnect a.k.a K.B.C is an initiative started by SWG-IITKGP & Gopali Youth Welfare Society.

It was realised by us that whenever there is a requirement of blood, many people are willing to donate blood but due to some or the other reasons communication gap becomes their barrier and as a result prompt help doesn't reach to the patient which is very essential in case of an emergency .

K.B.C can become a sailing medium of contact for the donar and patient and this particularly is our motto along with spreading awareness about blood donation behind starting such a program.
We are also associated with 'Kharagpur Voluntary Blood Donar Organisation(KVBDO) ' and have contacted the local hospitals of Kharagpur including Kharagpur Railway Hospital.

It's not that K.B.C is only for the students but it will benifit local people in and around Kharagpur.


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About Blood

Blood is the red coloured fluid flowing continuously in our body’s circulatory system. It contains mainly a fluid called plasma in which are suspended cellular elements. Three types of cells: Red Blood Cells or RBC’s, White Blood Cells or WBC’s and tiny platelets form the cellular element.

The total amount of blood in the human body can vary with several factors, like age, sex, health condition, body type, etc. However, for an average adult, the volume of blood in his/her body is 7-8% of the body weight (The amount of blood would vary between 5 to 6 litres for an average adult).

Most people can give blood. As long as you are fit and healthy, weigh over 7 stone 12 lbs (50kg) and are aged between 17 and 66 (up to 70 if you have given blood before) you should be able to give blood. If you are over 70, you need to have given blood in the last two years to continue donating. However, If you are female, aged under 20 years old and weigh under 65kg (10st 3lb) and are under 168cm in height, we need to estimate your blood volume before donating.

Every individual has two types of blood groups. The first is called the ABO grouping and the second type is called Rh grouping. In the ABO group there are four categories namely A Group, B Group, O Group and AB Group. In the Rh Group either the individual is Rh-positive, or Rh-negative. Rh is a factor called as Rhesus factor that has come to us from Rhesus monkeys. It refers to a protein on the red blood cells (Protein present: Rh-positive; Protein absent: Rh-negative). Thus, each and every human being will fall in one of the following groups. A positive or A negative B positive or B negative O positive or O negative AB positive or AB negative There are also some sub groups and other classifications which have not been discussed here.

Frequency of Blood Groups
O+ 1 person in 3   O- 1 person in 15
A+ 1 person in 3   A- 1 person in 16
B+ 1 person in 12   B- 1 person in 67
AB+ 1 person in 29   AB- 1 person in 167

Get in Touch

Here are the contacts of the people associated with KGP BloodConnect
Contact them directly if required or in case of an emergency.

Rajat Goel (Head,SWG)

            Kumar Aniket(Sponsorship               Head,GYWS) Telephone:+917477723999

Manoj Maraskolhe(Light Coordinator,GYWS) Telephone:+917477791333

Abhishek Pandey(Sponsorship Head,GYWS) Telephone:+917477791333