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Pan India Navodayan Doctors' seminar successfully concluded in Delhi

By FnF Correspondent | PUBLISHED: 18, Aug 2017, 18:44 pm IST | UPDATED: 18, Aug 2017, 19:12 pm IST

Pan India Navodayan Doctors' seminar successfully concluded in Delhi New Delhi: Pan India Navodayan Doctors seminar organized by JNV Shine Health Care Society was concluded successfully on 12th of August, 2017 At Habitat Center, Lodhi Road, New Delhi.

Chief Guest of the seminar was Professor form Nagpur University, was as well have taught in Novodaya, Dr. Ravi Khangai and guest of honor Vice Principal of JNV Rai Bareilly Sri J P Mishra. Dr Mir Basharat Ahmad Kant, neurosurgeon, Apollo Hospital, New Delhi as well participated in the seminar.

President of the society Mr. Satyadev Jaiswal narrated the synopsis of the years journey of JNV Shine. He took the seminar through a presentation on the project on super specialty hospital which would eventually provide world class treatment at reasonable costs.

General Secretary of the society Mr. Kalyan Singh Arya emphasized that this project will be a step ahead in service of humanity and nation. He as well emphasized that the hospital will provide for the needs of navodayans at large.

He infact asked for full fledged support of the navodayans to take this project forth and was very much sure of the success of the project.

Meaningful suggestions were received by the doctors who attended the seminar as to how to go ahead with the project. They were pleased with project and promised at most participation in the completion of the project.

Treasurer of the society Mr. Prosenjit Pal, governing body members Dr. Gaurisankar Mishra, Mr. Manish Kumar, Mr Avnish Kumar, Mrs Shweta Jha and other members present as well shared their views.


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