Published On:21 December 2012
Posted by Indian Muslim Observer

Teaching Training Programme for Iraqi Medical Faculty Members concludes

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Aligarh: The Teaching Training Programme for Medical Faculty Members from Iraq organized by the UGC Academic Staff College, Aligarh Muslim University concluded. The one-month long course was organized at the Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College and 10 Iraqi doctors from Baghdad, Tikrit and Wassat received training in disciplines like Microbiology, Pathology, Community Medicine, Obstetrics and Gynecology and Radiology. Faculty members with relevant specializations were introduced to advanced techniques such as laparoscopy, coloposcopy and research with electron microscope. 43 eminent resource persons from 12 Departments of Studies took sessions in classrooms and laboratories.

Presiding over the valedictory function as chief guest, AMU Vice Chancellor, Lt. Gen (Retd.) Zameer Uddin Shah said he was happy on the organization of such a useful course for Iraqi faculty members. He said he looked forward to AMU becoming an International Training Organisation.

Professor A. R. Kidwai, Director, UGC Academic Staff College said that J.N. Medical College is one of the shining jewels of the AMU where a suitably designed course could meet the expectations of all the trainees. He expressed gratitude to all the resource persons of the JNMC for making the programme successful.

Course Director Professor Ashraf Malik, Principal, JNMC welcomed the guests and appreciated the collaborative effort of the JNMC and Academic Staff College towards achieving international acclaim. He said that the training schedule was tailor made for each course participant according to their individual academic requirements.

The Guest of Honour, Dr. Thamir Mohammad Al Mahdi, Embassy of Iraq, New Delhi congratulated the participants and said that bilateral cultural relations between the Republic of Iraq and Aligarh Muslim University were very valuable.

Course participants, Dr. Sameera Abdullah Hussain, Dr. Ezeddeen Fakhreddeen Bahauddeen and Dr. Azhar Abdul Fattah gave feedback opinions appreciating the course was useful for them and they were moved by the warmth and simplicity of Indian people. They were thankful for a wholesome experience during their stay that included visits to various centers, museums, historical monuments and biodiversity parks. Course Coordinator Professor Seema Hakim, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, JNMC facilitated the distribution of certificates. Professor M. H. Beg, Dean, Faculty of Medicine moved the vote of thanks and Dr. Faiza Abbasi, ASC faculty conducted the programme.

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