NEMC&H annual week | “Would be doctors advised to serve patients selflessly”

  • Doctors are life givers

By A O News Service

ITANAGAR, Nov 29: Describing role of NE Medical College and Hospital (NEMC&H) here very important in state’s health sector, State Blood Transmission Council deputy director Dr Nabam Budh exhorted all would be homoeopaths to  serve the society proactively without any expectations.

Addressing NEMC&H students during inaugural session of three-day 2nd annual college week, he advised them not to develop “chalta hey” attitude and serve patients without personal inhibitions.

Dr Budh, adviser of Arunachal Vivekananda Yuva Shakti, as chief guest, lauded the students being part of state’s pioneer NGO in promoting voluntary blood donation. He exhorted all to donate blood to get numerous benefits including remain free from killer cancer disease.

Tourism assistant director Bengia Mana Sonam, as guest of honour, advised them to serve the society smilingly for better health and develop self belongingness spirit. Achieving perfection should be first objective while studying in NEMC&H; she said, adding that the spirit of hospitality, key for growth of state’s high potential tourism sector, would endear you to the masses.

Senior journalist Pradeep Kumar, speaking as special guest, exhorted the students to never forget that they are life givers and rise above all personal issues to serve patients.

He exhorted them to always remember that “humanity is one family as the same red blood serves as life fluid and the heart bets rhythmically, common for all human beings.”

Recalling former minister-cum- state’s first homeopathic college founder, T C Teli, Kumar said that he may not be alive but about 400 students passed out since 2006 are his living gift to Arunachal.  The college, run by Abotani Charitable Society (ACS), was set up in 2001 with intake capaicty of 50. Present 12th batch of 33 students include 27 girls while there are 24 faculty members led by principal Dr Krishna Mohan Das.

Dr Krisnendu Saha, a doctorate from Calcutta School of Tropical Medical Research, said that in-depth research in homoeopathy is on to find cure for cancer.

Regretting over few patients seeking treatment from NEMC&H daily, he called for promoting homeopathy without any side effect and facilitate visit of at least 200 patients to NEMC&H regularly.

Besides Dr Das, ACS chairman BC Teli and member-secretary Tamchi Tara, present among others, were left speechless by the cultural presentation of the students.

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