Students follow the medical code of conduct literally: Governor Ms. Uike, first year students of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Medical College took the Charak Oath, the White Coat Ceremony was successfully completed in the college.

Governor Ms. Anusuiya Uikey today attended the White Coat Ceremony and Charak Oath Ceremony of Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial Medical College, Raipur. The program was duly started by lighting the lamp by the Governor and the guests. On this occasion, Director of Medical Education Department, Dr. Vishnu Dutt administered the Charak Pledge to the new students for following medical ethics. He said that all of you have got this success after tireless hard work and today we are all witnesses to realize it. The profession you have chosen is considered to be the greatest service to humanity. Today everyone wants that he should get a healthy and healthy body, you will all have a big contribution in fulfilling it later on. Where there is no easy access to health facilities. In such a situation, I request all of you students to give your services in remote districts so that better health facilities can be available in these areas also. He said that on the initiative of National Medical Commission, MBBS. The decision to replace the ‘Hippocratic Oath’ given to the students admitted in the first year of U.S.A. with ‘Charak Oath’ is commendable. With this initiative, students will get acquainted with Indian traditional medicine and its glorious history. At the same time, this oath is also a recognition of India’s contribution in the field of medicine. Governor Ms. Uike said that the students who have taken ‘Charak Pledge’ today, this oath will make the students more dedicated and responsible towards their work. Charak oath will always motivate the doctors to think and act before themselves. He said that through the White Coat Ceremony, the newcomers would have got information about the college, which would help in improving their educational experience. will be helpful. The Governor said that when all of you will give your services as doctors after completing your studies, then you will be able to directly connect with the people and solve their problems. This will be the time when you will be satisfied with your work and people’s happiness will infuse new energy in you, then only you will know the real purpose of this profession and the importance of white coat. He said that this college was established in 1963. I am sure that all of you will continue the glorious history of the college for so many years of service. Here every year 180 MBBS from across the country. Students take admission in undergraduate courses and 145 postgraduate (M.D./M.S.) and 10 super specialty courses. Along with better study/teaching of these courses, the college has set new records related to continuous research work, which is a matter of pride for Chhattisgarh. Governor Ms. Uike said that the vitality of the people associated with this profession in the challenging and challenging times of COVID-19 has saved millions of lives. The example he has set for public service without worrying about his life is no match for him. Governor Ms. Uike congratulated the college management for the proud and grand ceremony of Charak swearing-in and said that the oath of medical ethics which was taken today. The students have taken it, they will follow it literally in their daily medical work. On this occasion, the Dean of the Medical College, Dr. Tripti Nagaria shared the information related to the establishment and achievements of the college. At the same time, Dr. Arvind Neral gave detailed information about the code of conduct related to medical ethics. During this, Mr. Nikhil Gupta, a student taking admission in the first year of the college, presented his hand-drawn sketch to the Governor, Ms. Uike. In the ceremony, Pandit Deendayal Upadhyay Memorial Health Sciences and Medical College along with the Vice Chancellor of AYUSH University, Dr. Ashok Chandrakar. Professors and students were present. Like this:Like Loading… Continue Reading