Privacy Policy

Panacea Ambassador Programme is a great opportunity for individuals to employ their leadership skills and personal strengths to represent the mission of Panacea HealthCare System and Research Center in their respective institutions. The Panacea Institution Ambassadors act as a liaison between the Panacea and their institutions.
The Ambassadors are selected for a period of one year and are expected to actively participate in planning events and activities using strategies popular in their respective institutions.
By committing to the Panacea Institution Ambassador Programme, you become a part of a growing network of passionate individuals who are the torchbearers of our mission.

Guidelines for Panacea Ambassador Program

Students of 9th Grade and above, currently enrolled in a recognized college/institute are eligible to apply.
The applicants must have a good record of academics and extracurricular activities.
They must have at least one affiliation/membership with a club or a society in their respective institutes.
The applicants are required to submit the Application Form for review and shortlisting.
The Panacea Ambassadors will be selected for a period of one year, ending in December.
The Ambassadors will be required to connect with us on a monthly basis to help plan events and activities in their respective institutes. Some examples of events and activities other than the promotion of all the marketing and fundraising campaigns include organizing a charity day, bake sale, charity sports tournament, disease awareness walk, and/or any other popular activity in their respective institutes.
All promotional material required for organizing any event/activity will be provided by Panacea Trust.
The Ambassadors are advised not to accept direct donations from the public except in the case of fundraising activities endorsed by the Panacea. The Ambassadors should guide the donors to directly submit all the donations to the Panacea via authorized channels as publicized on
The Ambassadors will be issued an experience letter at the end of their respective tenures, depending on their performance. They will also earn reward points for every activity that they organize and/or participate in. The students earning the maximum reward points will be awarded at the end of the year.
Panacea reserves the right to cancel the appointment of the ambassadors at any time, at its sole discretion.

Terms & Conditions

Appointment Tenure
The appointment will be done for a period of one year commencing from your date of joining.
Activities and Reporting Relationship
Activities should be planned in coordination with the Coordinator of the Panacea Institution Ambassador Programme in the Marketing and Resource Development Department.
The Panacea reserves the right to terminate the membership without notice if,
The appointed ambassador fails to attend two meetings in a year.
The appointed Ambassador continuously fails to perform possible activities.
Evaluation for the annual, ‘Ambassador of the Year’ award will be a continuous process. Your punctuality, campaign participation, conduct and the effectiveness of the campaigns/events you organize will serve as measures to decide eligibility for the award.
The decision of the Panacea will be final in this regard.


General Policy

The Organization requires good standards of discipline from its employees together with satisfactory standards of work. The disciplinary procedures apply to any misconduct and failure to meet standards of performance or attendance.
The purpose of the procedure is to be corrective rather than punitive and it should be recognized that the existence of procedures such as these is to help and encourage you to achieve and maintain standards of conduct, attendance, and job performance and to ensure consistent and fair treatment for all employees.
If your standard of work and conduct falls under and, after warnings, remain below the level which is acceptable, you may be dismissed.
Summary dismissal, without notice, will take place if an act of gross misconduct is committed. Gross misconduct is any deliberate act of an employee that is detrimental to the good conduct of the interest of the Organization. Examples of misconduct and gross misconduct are listed below.
The following is a non-exhaustive list of examples of offenses which amount to misconduct falling short of gross misconduct:
                     i.       Unauthorized Absence from Work
                   ii.       Late Attendance
                  iii.       Sleeping During Working Hours
                  iv.       Unacceptable Performance
                   v.       Time Wasting
                  vi.       Contravention of Minor Safety Regulations
                 vii.       Disruptive Behavior
               viii.       Unauthorized Use of Communications, (Telephone, Computer, Printer, Fax, etc.)
                  ix.       Minor Damage to the Organization’ Property
                   x.       Minor Breach of the Organization’ Rules
6. The following is a non-exhaustive list of examples of offenses which amount to gross misconduct:
                     i.       Dishonesty
                   ii.       Falsification of the Organization’ Records or Reports
                  iii.       Failure to comply with Relevant Statutory or Regulatory Requirements
                  iv.       Serious Insubordination
                   v.       Violent, Abusive or Intimidating Conduct
                  vi.       Reckless or Misuse of or Deliberate Damage to the Organization’ Property
                 vii.       Sexual, Racial or other Harassment
               viii.       Unauthorized Use or Disclosure of Confidential Information
                  ix.       Attending Work under the influence of Alcohol or Non-Medically Prescribed Drugs
                   x.       Rudeness to Clients
                  xi.       Any Action likely to bring Disrepute to Organization
                 xii.       Unauthorized Acceptance of a Gift
               xiii.       Breach of Health and Safety Rules which Endanger the Health and Safety of others
               xiv.       Refusing to allow a Search to be carried out in accordance with the Organization’ Rules
                 xv.       Failure to Disclose Correct Information on your Application Form
               xvi.       Conviction for any Serious Criminal Offence while an Employee of the Organization