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Monday 15 April 2024

News from NSAMPUC, Nitte | Congratulations to all the toppers!!!

News from KSHEMA | CME on “ Exploring Embryology – Beyond boundaries”

A CME on “Exploring Embryology – Beyond boundaries” was conducted on 28th March 2024 at the New Lecture Hall 1, KSHEMA, by the Department of Anatomy in association with the KSHEMA Alumni Association.

The resource persons were Prof. (Dr.) Ashwin K, Dept. of Anatomy, KSHEMA; Prof.(Dr,) Prasanna Kumar Shetty K, Dept. of OBG, KSHEMA; Dr Dhannya Binoy (Alumna, 2000 batch), Chief Embryologist, Fertility lab, Mitera Hospital, Kottayam, Kerala and Dr. Lakshmy S Nair (Alumna 2010 batch), Consultant, Reproductive Medicine, Mitera Hospital, Kottayam, Kerala.

Prof. (Dr.) Pretty Ratnakar, HoD, Anatomy, welcomed the gathering and introduced the speakers. The vote of thanks was proposed by Prof.(Dr.) Swathi. Around 275 delegates that comprised students, faculty members from KSHEMA and other institutions attended the CME. An undergraduate embryology model competition was also organized. 15 groups participated in the competition and the winners received gift vouchers.

News from KSHEMA | “Blossom with Balance Navigating ‘PCOD’ in Youthful Years”

The Department of Physiology in association with the KSHEMA Alumni Association organised a guest lecture on “Blossom with balance - Navigating PCOD in youthful years” on 8th March 2024 at the New Lecture Hall 1, KSHEMA, by Dr. Indira Shanbhag, (Alumna1999 batch) Consultant Obstetrician & Gynecologist, City Hospital, Udupi and President, Women’s Wing, IMA Udupi.

Prof.(Dr.) Shailaja Moodithaya welcomed the gathering and introduced the speaker.Dr. Shanbhag provided an awareness of symptoms of PCOD and emphasized the importance of maintaining healthy lifestyle in management of PCOD. Following the talk, the audience participated in an interactive session.

Prof. (Dr.) Ashwin.K, Coordinator KSHEMA Alumni Association delivered the vote of thanks. Around 275 members attended the session.

Sunday 14 April 2024

News from Dr. Nitte Shankar Adyanthaya Memorial PU College, Mangalore | Farewell Ceremony

Dr. Nitte Shankar Adyanthaya Memorial PU College organised a farewell ceremony on 13th January 2024 at the college grounds for the outgoing pre-university batch.. Addressing the students, Dr. Naveen Shetty K, Principal emphasized the pivotal role played by students in shaping society, highlighting that education is not just about acquiring grades but also about developing a refined personality and character. He said, "Humility adds more weight to knowledge." The juniors arranged various entertainment programs along with games.

All the faculty members and students were present during the occasion.

Friday 12 April 2024

News from ABSMIDS | A heartening tale of bravery and selflessness

In a heartening tale of bravery and selflessness, Akshaya A, a second-year BDS student of A B Shetty Memorial Institute of Dental Sciences, Mangalore hailing from Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, has emerged as a beacon of hope, captivating the admiration of both locals and her institution alike.

Akshaya's valiant deed, reminiscent of the 'Mannummal Boys' incident, evokes a sense of reverence for her courage, a decade later. It was on a fateful day, that Akshaya found herself in a struggle against the waters, only to emerge as a savior, rescuing a 11 year old girl from drowning in a river. Thiruvananthapuram locals stand in awe of Akshaya's past heroic act, where she fearlessly rescued a young boy from the same stream during her 10th class, braving heavy rain and uncertainty.

The Nitte family beams with pride as Akshaya receives the esteemed 'Jeevan Raksha Award' from the Kerala State Government, recognizing her recent act of rescuing an 11-year-old girl from drowning in a river. As Akshaya stands adorned with accolades, her journey embodies the essence of bravery, compassion, and selflessness, igniting a sense of unity and admiration within her community and beyond.

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