Mangaluru, Mar 1: The MD Homoeopathy course inauguration of the 23rd batch of Postgraduates for the academic year 2020-21 was held at Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College on March 1, 2021, in the college auditorium. Fr Richard Aloysius Coelho, director, Father Muller Charitable Institutions and president for the program along with the chief guest, Dr Herald Roshan Pinto, principal, Alva’s Homoeopathic Medical College, Moodbidri inaugurated the PG programme.
In his welcome address Dr E S J Prabhu Kiran, principal, Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College highlighted the legacy of Father Muller Institutions inherited from Fr Augustus Muller and also encouraged that since learning is continuous, he urged PGs to invest their time in research as well, besides their academics.
The programme was formally inaugurated by lighting the lamp by Fr Richard Aloysius Coelho, director, FMCI, Dr Herald Roshan Pinto, principal, AHMC, Fr Roshan Crasta, administrator, FMHMCH, Dr E S J Prabhu Kiran, principal, Dr Vilma Meera D’Souza, vice principal, Dr M K Kamath, UG/PG advisor, Dr Jyoshna Shivaprasad, PG academic incharge and PG student representative of the 23rd batch.
Fr Roshan Crasta, administrator, Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital shared his message for the day in which he welcomed the post graduates to the Mullerian family which is situated in the hub of medical education in Mangaluru and reminded the postgraduates to be sincere in the academic studies and have research aptitude for a valuable future in the medical field in which they will enter with a postgraduate degree.
Chief guest, Dr Herald Roshan Pinto addressed the gathering. He cherished and shared his memories he carries from Mullers and passed on the message to have knowledge of professional thinking, research activities and becoming a good teacher and a subject expert with their post graduate studies.
Fr Richard Aloysius Coelho, in his presidential address recalled the fact that how former students follow the ethos of the institutions and also how hard work is the necessity as the base for becoming the subject expert and to excel in homoeopathy by having a curious and research oriented bent of mind.
Later, the newly joined postgraduates introduced themselves. The vote of thanks was proposed by Dr Jyoshna Shivaprasad. The programme ended with the institution anthem. Dr Ancy George and Dr M Harshapriya, PG Scholars were the MCs for the programme.