North Eastern Indira Gandhi Regional Institute of Health and Medical Sciences (NEIGRIHMS) celebrated its 13th Annual Day on Saturday.
The event commenced with a welcome song performed by the students. The function was graced by Prof Dr Balram Bhargava, Chief of the Cardio-Thoracic Sciences Centre and Head of the Department of Cardiology, AIIMS, New Delhi, who was the chief guest on the occasion.
In his speech, he stressed upon the importance and significance of the ‘3Ss’ – Samvedana (Empathy), Samvad (Communication) and Sparsh (Clinical Touch), during the caregiving process to the newly-passed out MBBS students, MD/MS postgraduate residents and MSc Nursing students. He also delivered the 13th NEIGRIHMS annual day oration.
Prof Dr Nalin Mehta, Director of NEIGRIHMS, highlighted the importance of ethical aspects in medical practice and respect for patient autonomy. Prof Animesh Mishra, Registrar of NEIGRIHMS, delivered the welcome address, while Prof GK Medhi, Dean of NEIGRIHMS, talked about the various academic activities at the institute.
During the function, Prof Dr Bhargava awarded the course completion certificates to the students along with the award for the ‘Best Outgoing Graduate’, which was given to Dr Debabrita Chakraborty.
The Best Scientific Publication Award was given to Prof T Natung, HoD of Ophthalmology, Dr Pranjal Phukan, Additional Prof of Radiodiagnosis in Faculty category and to Dr Kalaragini Rajshekhar in Resident Doctors category. Other awards presented were for the Best Oral Presentation and Best Poster Presentation during the scientific sessions organized on the occasion of 13th Annual Day.
The event concluded with a cultural programme showcasing the diverse culture of North Eastern India.
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