Padamshree Professor Samiran Nundy attends CME in JNMC as resource person
Aligarh, April 17: Padamshree recipient, gastrointestinal surgeon, medical academic, writer and former head, Department of Gastrointestinal surgery, All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), New Delhi, Professor Samiran Nundy delivered a talk on the latest developments in the management of different cancers and other prevalent diseases during a two-day Continuing Medical Education (CME) Programme, ?Surgery Update?2018? at the auditorium of Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College (JNMC), Aligarh Muslim University.
As the resource person of the programme, Prof Nundy delineated the evolution of human organs transplantation. He urged the doctors to work hard for remarkable achievements.
AMU Vice Chancellor, Professor Tariq Mansoor emphasised that medical professionals need to maintain and update competence and learn about new and developing areas of their field. He added that there is a need to hold these CME programmes regularly to update knowledge.
AMU Pro Vice Chancellor, Professor Tabassum Shahab said that this CME will not only help to maintain an excellent knowledge base in various areas of surgery, but it will also help developing comparative and critical literature reading skills among other things.
Prof Mohammad Aslam (Chairperson, Department of Surgery and Organising Chairperson of the programme) spoke on sustained efforts of Prof Nundy in drafting and getting the bill on ?Transplantations of Human Organs Act 1994? passed in the Parliament.
Prof Anurag Srivastava (HoD, Department of Surgical Disciplines, AIIMS, New Delhi), Prof Chintamani (Vardhman Mahavir College, New Delhi), Prof Sandeep Kumar (Ex-Director, AIIMS, Bhopal), Prof G R Verma (PGI, Chandigarh) and Prof Ranjan Saxena attended the CME.
Prof A Z Rab (Organising Secretary) proposed the vote of thanks.
A quiz-competition was also organised on the occasion.
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