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December 2011|Volume 8|Issue 12
 
Dec 2011|Vol 8|Issue 12

 
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Seminar on Clinical Excellence of Homeopathy

 

      BENGALURU. NOV.6: The National Seminar on Clinical Excellence of Homeopathy in Public Health was organised at Dhanvantri Auditorium of the Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences. This seminar was organised by the ML Dhawale Memorial Homoeopathic Institute, Bangalore. Thiru. S. Gandhiselvan, the Hon’ble Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, inaugurated the seminar Shri G. N. Sreekanthiah, Director, AYUSH, Government of Karnataka, Hon’ble Justice Mohan Shantanagouder of the Karanataka High Court, who was the Chief Guest of the function, Dr. K. S. Sriprakash, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor of the RGUHS who presided over the function

      Dr.Kumar Dhawale, Chairman of the Institute, Dr.A. Ramdas, Convener of the Bengaluru Branch, Ms. Shubha Punja Sandalwood actresses, Dr.B.T.Rudresh, Member, Karnataka Knowledge Commission was in the occasion. The Scientific sessions which followed provided glimpses into the excellent results obtained by Homoeopathy in the field of Public Health. The delegates for the scientific sessions, who were about 700, had arrived from all over Karnataka. Teachers, doctors, students from all the colleges of Karnataka and neighbouring states took part in the day long deliberations.

       Next financial year may see more funds for AYUSH .Commenting on homoeopaths being an integral part of the medical force in the country, the minister said the funds will be dispersed in the 13th Five Year Plan. "Homoeopathy enjoys a huge popularity among the urban and rural community. It is a boon for a developing country like India as it provides a permanent relief at an affordable rate," said Gandhiselvan. Minister of state for Health and Family Welfare K S Sriprakash, vicechancellor of Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, said the need is to make all doctors nodal centres for the community.