April 16, 2024   Admin Desk   

Raipur Medical College holds ‘National Pathology Day’

RAIPUR,CHHATTISGARH: The Pathology Department of Pt. Jawahar Lal Nehru Memorial Medical College, Raipur organized different events to mark ‘National Pathology Day’.

The day is observed to honour Dr V R Khanolkar's birthday, the father of pathology and medical research in India.

Dr. Arvind Neral Professor and Head of Department of Pathology said that Pathology Quiz was organized by the Pathology Department for postgraduate students, in which 5-5 M.D students participated in four teams. Professor Dr. Rabia Parveen Siddiqui coordinated the quiz. For Graduate M.B.B.S. Rangoli and poster competitions were organized to highlight the importance of pathology in the field of medicine.

Senior pathologist of Chhattisgarh state, Dr. J.C. Gupta was honored with a shawl, quince and insignia. Dr. Gupta served in the Department of Pathology for many years and has made significant contributions in the development of Pathology as Professor and Head of the Department.

He mentioned the important role of the subject of pathology in the treatment of patients and diagnosis of diseases.

Professor, Head of the Department, Dr. Arvind Neral, giving a welcome address, described the continuous development and changes of pathology, propounded the importance of pathology as a “doctor of physicians”. Dr. Chandrakala Joshi, Associate Professor of the department, expressed vote of thanks and the program concluded with an entertaining pathological game made by her.

The team of students Dr. Durgesh Verma, Dr. Vandana Patel, Dr. Swati Sharma, Dr. Khalida Khan and Dr. Amit Banjara won the quiz competition. In the students' poster competition, Rupam Raj and Rahul Maravi stood first and Kajal Pandey and Maryann Maria James stood second. In the Rangoli competition, the team of Sunita Jangid, Nidhi Verma, Upasana Sahu stood first and the team of Divyakarni Singh, Durgesh Singh, Sakshi Sahu stood second. In the posters, students demonstrated the importance and usefulness of the subject of pathology, while microscopic images of different types of cancers were depicted in attractive rangoli.


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