First post-graduate batch inducted at PU's dental college-Admission Jankari
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First post-graduate batch inducted at PU's dental college

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Published : 29 Jul, 2015 By: AdmissionJankari
  • Dr Harvansh Singh Judge Institute of Dental Sciences and Hospital, Panjab University (PU), on Monday directed its first-ever post-graduate prompting program in which first cluster of PG aspirants was formally enlisted into Masters of Dental Surgery (MDS) project of the organization by bad habit chancellor of Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot, Dr Raj Bahadur.

    The programme was the first-of-its-kind for PG dental aspirants to be directed by any dental college of the locale.

    Principal of the institute Ashish Jain managed the promise to the recently drafted aspirants.

    In his location, Bahadur talked about the moral standard of restorative work on, measuring up to patients to mankind and joining medicinal and dental instruction to India's solid otherworldly history. "Being an orthopedic specialist, I frequently need to see patients with knee agony and patients quite often need to evacuate shoes and socks for examination. I generally feel honored to touch the feet of my patients as a piece of his clinical obligation," he included.

    Bahadur took the aspirants in transit the historical backdrop of dental training in the nation and discussed the circumstances when the first dental school of India was begun at Kolkata. He firmly prompted the aspirants to create uncommon restorative morals and aptitude to convey best conceivable consideration to dental patients. The VC later conveyed white coats to every one of the aspirants.

    Talking on this event, PU Dean of college direction AK Bhandari talked about the challenges confronted by the dental Institute and how its personnel and staff has functioned energetically to get the MDS course set up.

    Later, Raj Bahadur likewise introduced a week-long hepatitis screening and immunization camp that began at the Institute grounds on the eve of World Hepatitis Day. The foundation will be screening and inoculating all understudies, staff and non-showing representatives of the establishment for hepatitis B and C.

    We wish the students good luck in their future ambitions, if you have any queries, for more information on college and courses.

    Please call us on 8800 567 711, 8800 567 733 or mail us at

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