Tuesday, 1 October 2013

IIHMR Events

1.     Ganpati Utsav : Blessings of the all Mighty:
The Afternoon of Monday, September 9th was filled with enthusiasm for the entire campus as it was time for the traditional ‘Ganpati-Sthapna’ on the Occasion of Ganesh- Chaturthi. There was music all over and exhilaration to invigorate the feeling of Bhakti amongst all present there.  Lord Ganesh was Invited and established in the boys common room, popularly known as BCR.


The 13th day of September was the day for ‘Visarjan’ and the final offerings and prayers. ‘Prasad Vitaran’ was followed by the traditional offerings and the final ‘Yatra’ to the Amer Fort Kund. With Cries of inviting Ganpati early next year, everyone took part in the Visarjan and requested the blessings of Lord Ganesh, the god of wisdom and prosperity. 


2.     CME: Continuing Medical Education: mdp at IIHMR, Jaipur
      (9th-10th September)

Institute of Health Management Research (IIHMR), Jaipur organized a management development programme on ‘Continuing Medical Education’ (CME) on Food Fortification for Medical Officers of the Department of Medical and Health, Government of Rajasthan to orient and sensitize them on food fortification programme and related issues.

The MDP was spread over a period of two days from September 9th to September 10th, 2013 and proved out to be a uniquely beneficial experience to the participants due to its carefully designed structure.

3.     Laurels at National Level By Students of IIHMR, Jaipur


Two students of IIHMR, Jaipur namely Dr. Kriti Tambi and Mr. Ashish Agarwal, stood second at the ‘National Summer Training Presentation Contest’ held at JK Laxmipat Singhania University, Jaipur on September 21st, 2013.
The contest had a large number of Participants from some of the most reputed institutions of the Nation including IIM, Bnaglore and FMS, Delhi etc. The students gave a presentation on ‘Market Feasibility Study for an Upcoming Cancer Care Hospital’. The students received a Standing Ovation and the jury suggested that their study could be considered as an ‘Ideal Study’.