Mangaluru: Graduation ceremony to be held at FMHMC on Aug 6

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Mangaluru, Aug 4: Father Muller Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital (FMHMC&H), a unit of Father Muller Charitable Institutions, will organize the 31st graduation ceremony on August 6. The college is affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences (RGUHS) and is recognized by National Commission for Homoeopathy & Department of Ministry of AYUSH, New Delhi. It is a regional centre of ‘Pharmacovigilance’ under the Ministry of AYUSH. The National Assessment and Accreditation Council has accredited the College with ‘A’ Grade. Since its inception from 1985, the college is recognised as a centre of excellence in the field of Homoeopathy and the hospital is catering to the needs of the society, active even during the COVID pandemic.

The institution provides services to the community with the motto ‘Heal and Comfort’. The college conducts Under Graduate programme and post graduate programmes in 7 specialties.

The graduation ceremony will be held on August 6 at 3 PM in the Father Muller Auditorium at Deralakatte.

Dr Peter Paul Saldanha, bishop of Mangalore diocese and president of Father Muller Charitable Institutions will preside over the function and honour the graduands.

The chief guest for the programme will be Dr H G Manjunath Kumar, deputy director (Homoeopathy), department of AYUSH, government of Karnataka.

On this day, 100 under graduands will be graduating and 27 post graduates will be awarded with MD (Hom) degree. The university rank holders of the examinations declared by RGUHS in 2020 will be honoured. The meritorious students include 7 BHMS rank holders of the 2015-16 batch, 14 MD (Hom) rank holders of different specialties of 2017-18 batch and one gold medal. The President’s gold medal for the best outgoing undergraduate student will be announced and presented. The best outgoing post graduate will also be announced and presented with a memento. A special mention will be made on the outstanding achievements of 25 students on this occasion.

There will be an inauguration of the Homoeopathic Specialty Clinic on August 6th at 9 am at the hospital premises, Deralakatte.

The specialists in their respective field will be rendering their services on specified days of the week apart from the existing out-patient and in patient department. The patient can also choose a doctor of their preference at the specialty clinic.

Speciality clinic will function on all days from Monday to Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm. For appointments contact 9459456633 (Mobile) and 0824 – 2203901 (Landline).

Following are the speciality clinics available:

Diabetes clinic, Arthritis clinic, Cancer clinic, Allergy clinic, Thyroid clinic, Infertility clinic, Back pain clinic, Kidney stone clinic, Skin clinic, Headache clinic.

Fr Richard Aloysius Coelho, director, FMCI, Fr Roshan Crasta, administrator, FMHMC&H, Fr Rohan Dias, assistant administrator, FMHMC&H, Dr E S J Prabhu Kiran, principal, FMHMC, Dr Vilma Meera D’Souza, vice principal, FMHMC, Dr Girish Navada U K, medical superintendent, FMHMC&H, Dr Ranjan C Britto, coordinator, graduation ceremony 2021, and Dr Sherlyn Paul, coordinator, media committee, graduation ceremony 2021, were present during the press meet.






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