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1st Graduation Ceremony of PSG Allied Health Sciences held

1st Graduation Ceremony of PSG Allied Health Sciences held

psg allied health graduation ceremony

The first Graduation Ceremony of PSG Allied Health Sciences program was held on 20.04.203 at PSG IMSR Auditorium. About 110 graduates belonging to 10 BSc Programs received their course completion certificates. Postgraduates of 3 MSc programs also received the certificates.

The Chief Guest of the program was Mr P V S Prakash, Consultant Perfusionist and Head, Department of Clinical Perfusion, Narayana Hrudayalaya Institute of Cardiac Sciences, Bangalore. He has more than 30 years of experience in cardiac perfusion technology and he is now, a renowned teacher and a go-to person for all trouble shooting issues, faced by perfusion team. His students are now serving in Cardio Thaoracic Surgery Theatres all over India and overseas as well. He was the former General Secretary Indian Society of Extra Corporeal Technology (ISECT). Speaking on occasion he mentioned about the various career opportunities available and how important it is to be perseverant and truthful to the profession. He emphasized the need for team work approach and requested the students to keep up with the latest advancements, both in knowledge and skill domains.

The Managing Trustee Sri L Gopalakrishnan presided over the function. He highlighted that India’s health care industry is expected to grow to 4000 lakhs crore rupees in size by 2025. The health care sector saw 2.7 million additional jobs in India between 2017 and 2022. Offering this felicitation, the Principal of the Institute Dr T M SubbaRao said that 70% of new jobs in health care in the future would be for nurses, skilled technicians and technologists. The institute is planning to add two more Bsc Programs and many more MSc programs in the near future.

Dr Banumathi, Director, PSG Vishnugranthi, who initiated the Allied Health Sciences program, congratulated the team for its current status and requested the graduates to consider service as a priority.

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Earlier, Dr G Jeyachandran, Prof. & HoD, Biochemistry, I/c, AHS Program, welcomed the gathering. Dr A K Manicka Vasuki Professor of Anatomy, Co-ordinator, AHS Program delivered the vote of thanks.

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