Ludhiana, December 25, 2017: Annual DMC Alumni Meet and CME was held yesterday evening in Hotel Maharaja Regency, which was well attended by around 350 alumni of the institution.
During the meet, old MBBS students of Golden Jubilee Batch 1967 and Silver Jubilee Batch 1992 were felicitated by Secretary of DMCH Managing Society-Sh Prem Kumar Gupta along with Principal Dr Sandeep Puri, Vice-Principal Dr GS Wander, Medical Supdts Dr Sandeep Sharma & Dr Ashwani Chaudhary, Dr Bishav Mohan and Assistant Dean Academics Dr Sandeep Kaushal
Earlier, during the day, the graduates of both 1967 and 1992 batches had a round of their alma mater. All of them got really moved by seeing the tremendous progress made by DMCH in terms of infrastructure development and existing ultramodern facilities. It was quite mesmerizing for the old MBBS Batch of students to see their simple classrooms turned into ultra-modern classrooms with all the required projection and screening facilities.
They collectively extended thanks to Secretary Sh Prem Kumar Gupta for the contribution of management in bringing the institution to its present stature.
During the CME, the speakers deliberated on the topics including “Recent advancement in Osteoporosis” by Dr Ajay Rajan Gupta, “Newer trends in Headache” by Dr Mamta Verma , “Exploring new frontiers in Neuroradiology by Dr Rajan Jain, “Antibiotic associated diarrhea” by Dr Ashish Chandwani and the latest “Advances in Oncology” by Dr Gupreet Singh Brar and Dr Davinder Paul.
Principal Dr Sandeep Puri (Organizing Chairman, DMC Alumni Committee) and Dr Sandeep Sharma (Organizing Co-Chairman, DMC Alumni Committee) extended warm welcome to the all the alumni present on the occasion and informed them about latest update
Organizing Secretary-Dr Rajinder K. Mitaal proposed a vote of thanks to all the alumni members in the making this event a grand success and requested them to carry forward the message to their old batch mates of getting themselves registered with DMC Alumni Section, so that more and more alumni get attached to it.