Hyderabad “Paramedics play an important role in the community, they act as bridge between Technologist and doctors” said Dr. Thuppil Venkatesh, Emeritus Professor from St. Johns Medical College, Bangalore while addressing B.Voc Medical Laboratory Technology students during One Day Workshop cum Training Program “Awareness of Quality Control in Medical Laboratories”. School of Sciences, Maulana Azad National Urdu University (MANUU) organized the workshop in collaboration with Foundation for Quality India(FQI). He was speaking as the chief guest.
Prof. Syed Ainul Hasan, Vice-Chancellor emphasized that University should start Ph.D in Allied Health Sciences. He advised School of Sciences to initiate the process of Ph.D in Medical Biochemistry ,Pathology,Microbiology and Radiology courses.
Dr. Thuppil Venkatesh, who is also the Chief Executive Director, Foundation of Quality India (FQI) and Director, National Referral Centre for Lead Projects in India (NRCLPI) and also known as the Lead man of India, informed that MANUU is the the first Central University to introduce this type of One day workshop in collaboration with FQI.
Prof. H. Aleem Basha, Incharge Dean delivered the welcome address. Prof. S.Maqbool Ahmed, Nodal Officer, B.Voc Programs introduced the guest speakers and spoke about the Paramedical courses run by the University.
Mr. Md. Khaja Moinuddin convened the program and Mr. S. D. Rizwan proposed a vote of thanks.
Later, Dr. Thuppil Venkatesh and Mr.Syed Ishaq Ahmed, Managing Director of Biomedica, Hyderabad delivered talks on Quality aspects in Medical Laboratories in the technical session.