118 receive MBBS degrees at PIMS, Jalandhar

118 receive MBBS degrees at PIMS, Jalandhar

Students in a jubliant mood after getting their degrees during the annual convocation held at PIMS in Jalandhar on Tuesday. Malkiat Singh

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, October 12

Punjab Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS) organised a convocation ceremony in which 118 MBBS pass-outs from 2014-15 batch were awarded degrees at the campus on Garha Road here today. The chief guest on the occasion was Dr Raj Bahadur, Vice-Chancellor of Baba Farid University.

Dr Raj Bahadur, Vice-Chancellor of Baba Farid University, hands over a degree to an MBBS student with PIMS Director Principal Dr Kulbir Kaur, in Jalandhar, on Tuesday.

While sharing the achievements of PIMS, Dr Kulbir Kaur said the students from 2018 batch won four distinctions in their exam during Covid, the credit for which also went to the teachers and staff. These four students were also felicitated at the campus today as she said, “PIMS is steadily making a name in the academics by winning President Award for the best institute in India for splendid work of education in drug de-addiction. PIMS was first one to start RT PCR Lab (NABL accredited) in the Doaba region where the report was given same day with capacity of doing nearly 300 samples a day.”

Apart from the convocation ceremony in which MBBS pass-out students were awarded degree, the best graduates, toppers and distinction holders in various subjects were also honoured in the ceremony.

Amit Singh wished good luck to all students for their future. He added that this was a noble profession in which the doctors not only get remuneration for their hard work but also blessings from the patients who come for treatment to hospital. “It is a noble profession which is dedicated to the humanity,” he said, urging the students to have a better patient-doctor relationship. He said patients are the doctor’s actual teachers and they should be duly respected. Dr Raj Bahadur, Vice-Chancellor, Baba Farid University, congratulated the PIMS teachers and students for their hard work. He stressed that this profession required continuous learning.

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