Lucknow News: On Saturday, the 17th convocation of King George Medical University in the capital (KGMU 17th Convocation) was organized at Atal Bihari Vajpayee Scientific Convention Center. Chancellor and Governor Anandiben Patel presided over the program on this occasion. On the other hand, Medical Education Minister Suresh Kumar Khanna was present as the chief guest and Minister of State Sandeep Singh was present as the special guest. In this convocation, the Chief Scientist of WHO Dr. Soumya Swaminathan was conferred the degree of DSC.
‘The patient comes to the doctor very stressed and sad’
The Chief Guest, Medical Education, Finance and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Suresh Kumar Khanna, in his speech, while congratulating the students who received medals and awards, said that “the profession you have chosen is a livelihood. It is not a medium, but a way of human service. A patient comes to a doctor with a lot of stress and sadness and comes with the belief that you can heal them.” Suresh Khanna said that the corona epidemic could have taken a more formidable form, but due to the sincere efforts of the central and state governments, it has been successful in preventing it to a great extent. KGMU played a very important role in the ongoing war against Corona.
real superhero doctor and health worker
Chancellor and Governor Anandiben Patel praised the medical university, praising the important and meaningful role being played by KGMU in the ongoing war against the Corona epidemic. He said that “the doctors and health workers have proved that the real superheroes are the doctors and health workers who served the patients non-stop.” He said that the young generation of doctors should take inspiration from this. The corona pandemic forced the whole world to fight a war that no one could have imagined. But, this fight is not over yet, the war is still on.
On this occasion, Vice Chancellor Lt Gen (R) Dr. Bipin Puri presented the annual progress report of the Medical University. It was told by him that the first batch of MBBS students entered the King George Medical College in October 1911 with 31 students. Since then, KGMU has nurtured over 30,000 alumni who are the pride of this college and serving the medical profession in India and across the world. Gandhi Memorial and affiliated hospitals have more than 4000 functional beds with equal number of patients admitted (on-bed) at any point of time and around 9000-10000 new patients were provided medical facility daily in OPD in pre covid times. Along with this, all OPDs have been re-operated by the medical university.
The University has been awarded ‘A’ ranking by the Ministry of Human Resource Development.
Vice Chancellor (Governor Anandiben Patel) informed that a major achievement for the medical university is the grant of ‘A’ ranking to the university by the Ministry of Human Resource Development through the National Institutional Ranking Framework. He said that the School of Medical Sciences, NSG and Paramedical, as we continue to build the infrastructure and human resources of this University, besides improving the ecosystem for patient care and medical research.
Vice-Chancellor (Governor Anandiben Patel) said that in the year 2021, we again fought the second wave of the Kovid-19 epidemic. KGMU also maintained excellence in patient care, research and online education. A Corona Task Force was established in KGMU for the treatment, supervision and management of Kovid patients and taking effective steps to prevent infection, positive work could be done by discussing the issues related to patient care and administration. Can you
More than 4 lakh patients got treatment through e-platform
Vice-Chancellor (Governor Anandiben Patel) informed that more than 4 lakh patients got treatment from the e-platform. Along with this, 24 hours advice was given to the general public regarding the establishment of Corona Control Room, information and activities related to Kovid-19. We have RTPCR, and two TrueNat testing machines, which are currently working 24×7, conducting around 14000 tests per day. He informed that the Department of Microbiology of KGMU has conducted more than 13 lakh tests since the start of the corona pandemic, which was not achieved by any center in the country. ICMR has designated KGMU as a ‘Centre for Excellence’ for RTPCR Kits, VTMs and Extraction Kits. The Vice Chancellor informed that at present there are 6 Liquefied Oxygen Plants, which have a capacity of 10000 L/m. There are plans to set up a new oxygen plant at QMH in future. Trauma and emergency services continued uninterrupted during the Corona pandemic.
Medals and awards given to 42 medicos
A total of 64 medals were awarded to 42 medicos at the convocation. There were 60 Gold Medals, 01 Silver Medal, 02 Book Prizes and 01 Cash Prize. There were 18 boys and 24 girls among the medal winners. Ahmed Uzair, the most prestigious Hivet, Chancellor and University Gold Medal of KGMU, went to MBBS student. Apart from this, Uzair also got 13 gold medals, one book prize and one silver medal. At the same time, Shivam Singh got four gold and one silver medal. Among the students who were given medals, Ahmed Uzair, Shivam Singh, Akanksha Singh, Neelam Chauhan, Neelam Chauhan, Rajat Verma, Akash Bansal, Vijeth L. Urs, Abhishek Agarwal, Kasturi Hazarika, Swati Sharma, Akanksha Jain, Shruti Kabi, Aanchal Raj, Shambhavi Singh, Arunima Saini, Azhar Rizvi, Deepak Sharma, Vipin Raj Bharti, Deepti Jaiswar, Fatima Khan, Sakshi Singh, Akanksha D. Srivastava, Alia Bari, Kopal Rohatgi, Ruchi Pandey, Parul Sharma, Nayani Amrin Fatima Hussain, Rishabh Agarwal, Anupriya, Gaurav, Nitesh Agarwal, Inderjit Gupta, Sapna Dixit, Ankit D. Patel, Agastya Maria, Monica Patnaik, Neeti Solani, Neha Jasrasia, The names of Arvind A., Nidhi Shukla, Dr. Ashok Chandra and Anjali Mal are included.
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