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Rajnath Singh visits Chandigarh

Home Minister Rajnath Singh visits Chandigarh

Home Minister Rajnath Singh is on visit to Chandigarh on Tuesday. Also he is accompanied by Vijayendrapal Singh Badnore. He inaugurated a 300-bed Serai at the PGIMER, which the Infosys Foundation has constructed jointly with the UT Red Cross Society at 11 am. Later, he will open the Administrative Block building at the GMSH-16.The serai, located

PGI team identifies land for satellite centre at Ferozepur

PGI team identifies land for satellite centre at Ferozepur

PGI team identifies land for satellite centre at Ferozepur. In a big push towards the setting up of PGI satellite centre in Ferozepur district, a team from PGI Chandigarh on Wednesday visited the city to examine the earmarked land for the centre besides other formalities. The team comprising Doctor Ashok Gupta, Dr Sanjay Jain, P S

Chandigarh doctors observed fast at IMA Complex Sec 35,Chd

Chandigarh doctors observed fast at IMA Complex Sec 35,Chd

Chandigarh doctors observed fast at IMA Complex Sec 35,Chd Chandigarh: Fast was observed across the states of India by doctors of IMA. Chandigarh doctors also gathered in large numbers and observed fast at IMA complex Sector 35, Chandigarh. A resolution was passed in the General body meeting and an open letter to the honorable Prime Minister

PGIMER drug survey again nails Rahul’s lie on addiction in Punjab: Sukhbir

PGIMER drug survey again nails Rahul’s lie on addiction in Punjab: Sukhbir

PGIMER drug survey again nails Rahul’s lie on addiction in Punjab: Sukhbir Chandigarh – Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) president Sukhbir Singh Badal on Sunday said the latest PGIMER survey listing drug addiction in Punjab at less than one per cent had yet again nailed the lie of Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi and exposed the

Punjab drug dependant population around 2.7 lakh

Punjab has 2.7 lakh Opioid-dependant population

Sajan Sharma:  Punjab drug dependant population. Punjab has a huge opioid dependent population of around 2.7 lakh with Opium and Poppy husk being the most common type of Opioids used, with almost one in two users using natural Opioids. Estimated 78,000 drug abusers are Injection Opioid Users.  Approximately one in six persons in Punjab are dependent

PGIMER: A silver lining but still has miles to go

PGIMER: A silver lining but still has miles to go

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For AndroidClick For IOS Formally inaugurated on July 7, 1963 by then Prime Minister Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, the Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), in the last 55 year has treated millions of patients from all across the country. The first

Mercedes rams into tree, every one escapes safely

Mercedes Rams Tree Every One Escapes Safely PGI. Six youngsters including four boys and two girls had a miraculous escape after the Mercedes car they were travelling in met with an accident near the Housing Board light point in the wee hours today. They were rushed to the PGI and were discharged after treatment, said

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Andhra Pradesh’s students taking maximum benefit of medical education at PGI Chandigarh

According to the annual report of the PGIMER, every 7th student pursuing specialty course (MD/ MS) at PGIMER is from Andhra Pradesh. Further, South Indians constitute 38% of the total students in this category. A total 782 students from 29 states, union territories and three foreign countries are pursuing Doctor of Medicine (MD) and Master

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Can’t afford 2 lakhs for the treatment of Chahat and exiting PGI

Can’t afford 2 lakhs for the treatment of Chahat and exiting PGI.A nine month old baby girl named Chahat is having weight of 20 kg two times more than average 9 month baby. A baby girl, who is suffering from obesity  and the weight of her in the age of 4 months was 9 kg

Patients with prolonged illness forced to vacate shelter home at PGIMER

Chandigarh: Manoj (20) is admitted to PGI for the last one and a half years and is suffering from blood cancer. The Post-Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER) which is having different facilities to treat all type of diseases, is now allegedly found mistreating its patients. According to his uncle Sita Ram, “I

PGIMER makes it again, becomes cleanest hospital of the country

CHANDIGARH: After bagging the top prize of Rs 5 crore for its efforts in promoting health and hygienic facilities under the centre’s ‘Kayakalp’ programme, The Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research (PGIMER), Chandigarh, has now bagged the title of being the cleanest hospital of the country. Prime Minister Narendra Modi honored one of

Five PGIMER Professors win NAMS Fellowship

Chandigarh: The award of Fellowship of National Academy of Medical Sciences has been bestowed on five professors of PGIMER, including Prof S K Gupta, Head Department of Neurosurgery, Professor S V Rana of Gastroenterology, Professor Sanjeev Handa, Head Department of Dermatology and Professor Ajay Duseja, Department of Hepatology have been honoured with the award. Awards shall

PGIMER nurses call off strike after acceptance of demands

Chandigarh: The strike by nurses which had left the patients harassed was called off on Saturday night by the association. President of Nurses Welfare Association (NWA) Lakhwinder Singh said, “Our demands have been accepted following which we are calling off strike.” Meanwhile, earlier on the second day of the strike, the PGIMER nurses continued with their

Kaptan Singh Solanki undergoes angiography at PGI

Chandigarh: Panic gripped in city with the news about the Governor of Haryana, Punjab and Administrator UT Chandigarh, Prof Kaptan Singh Solanki traveled that he was admitted in PGIMER following some heart disease on Monday. However, the officials revealed that the visit of Prof Kaptan Singh Solanki to PGIMER was for the routine health check.

Int’l health programme concludes at PGIMER

Chandigarh: A five-day International Public Health Management Development Programme concluded on Friday at School of Public Health, PGIMER, Chandigarh, which was organised in collaboration with International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease and Chitkara University, Punjab from May 16 to 20 at seminar hall, School of Public Health. A total of 36 participants from 15

Five-day international public health management programme held

Chandigarh: A five day international public health management development programme has been organised by School of Public Health, PGIMER, Chandigarh in collaboration with International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease and Chitkara University, Punjab from May 16 to 20 at Seminar Hall, School of Public Health. Yogesh Kumar Chawla, Director, PGIMER, was the chief guest

PGIMER organises international health development programme

Chandigarh: A five -day International Public Health Management Development Programme is being organised by School of Public Health, PGIMER, Chandigarh in collaboration with International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease and Chitkara University, Punjab from 16th to 20th May, 2016 at Seminar Hall, School of Public Health. A total of 36 participants from 15 states

Painting competition organised for organ donation by PGIMER

Chandigarh: It was an art from the heart. Using colours and crayons to give expression to their thoughts on the theme ‘Organ Donation’, the students of Govt Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 46, showcased their best painting skills in a competition organised by Regional Organ and Tissue Transplant Organisation (ROTTO) PGIMER in collaboration with Centre

Painting competition organised for organ donation by PGIMER

Chandigarh: It was an art from the heart. Using colours and crayons to give expression to their thoughts on the theme ‘Organ Donation’, the students of Govt Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 46, showcased their best painting skills in a competition organised by Regional Organ and Tissue Transplant Organisation (ROTTO) PGIMER in collaboration with Centre