118 receive MBBS degrees at PIMS: The Tribune India
Tribune press service
Jalandhar, October 12
The Punjab Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) held a graduation ceremony in which 118 MBBS faint from the 2014-2015 batch were graduated on the Garha Road campus here today. The main guest on this occasion was Dr Raj Bahadur, Vice-Chancellor of Baba Farid University.
While sharing the accomplishments of PIMS, Dr Kulbir Kaur said the students in the Class of 2018 won four accolades on their exam during Covid, which credit was also given to teachers and staff. These four students were also congratulated on campus today, as she said, âPIMS regularly makes a name for itself in academics by winning the President’s Award for Best Institute in India for its magnificent work in education in the field. detoxification. PIMS was the first to launch the RT PCR Lab (NABL accredited) in the Doaba area where the report was delivered the same day with a capacity of almost 300 samples per day.
In addition to the graduation ceremony where MBBS graduating students received their diplomas, top graduates, top graduates and award holders in various subjects were also honored at the ceremony.
Amit Singh wished all the students good luck for their future. He added that this is a noble profession in which doctors not only receive compensation for their hard work, but also blessings from patients who come to the hospital for treatment. âIt is a noble profession that is dedicated to humanity,â he said, urging students to have a better patient-doctor relationship. He said patients are the doctor’s true teachers and should be given due respect. Dr Raj Bahadur, Vice Chancellor of Baba Farid University, congratulated the teachers and students of PIMS for their hard work. He stressed that this profession requires continuous learning.