Transitional Curriculum Program for the freshly admitted students of BAMS (2020-21)

The 15 days Transitional Curriculum Program for the freshly admitted students of BAMS (2020-21) which would include more than 60 brainstorming talks by various eminent speakers  inaugurated on 22.03.2021. The Inaugural session was graced by the presence of Honourable Pro Vice Chancellor, Prof. (Dr.) Sharif Ahmed & Dean FNYS, Dr. Sangeeth Somanadhapai.
The guests were welcomed with a sapling followed by Lord Dhanwantri Vandana & Lamp Lightening by the Luminaries & the students.
Prof. ( Dr.) Ravi Rao, Dean FIMS addressed the students with his kind words and presented the Highlights of the 15 days program.
Dr. Sangeeth Somanadhapai, Dean FNYS invoked the spirit of enthusiasm among the students through his experiences & thoughts. Prof. (Dr.) Sharif Ahmed, Honourable Pro Vice Chancellor, SGT University, blessed the students with his kind words and highlighted the importance of Research & Innovation among UG scholars. The new additions to the SGT Family were congratulated & welcomed with open hearts. Dr. Anupam Sharma, Associate Professor, Dept. of Shareer Kriya proposed the vote of thanks.
The Inaugural session was followed by a Guest Lecture by the eminent speaker, Dr. Yogesh Kumar Pandey, Additional Director & Associate Professor, CBPACS, New Delhi. Dr. Pandey shared his insights on Introduction to Ayurveda System of Medicine & it’s importance followed by an interactive session with the students where Dr. Pandey addressed the queries of the students as well.
Dr. Konica Gera, Assistant Professor, Dept of Ayurveda Samhita & Siddhant, FIMS SGT University took the students to a Virtual Tour of the FIMS Campus @SGT University & the students were mesmerised by the beauty & infrastructure of the University.

Prof. (Dr.) Jyoti Kumbar, Professor & HOD, Dept. of Stree Rog & Prasuti Tantra delivered a talk on Uniqueness of Ayurveda compared to other systems of medicine followed by an interactive session by Ms. Amita  Bhati on Indian languages, English v/s Indian languages.

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