International Yoga Day 2022
21st June 2022
National CME on “Comprehensive Approach to Breast Lesions”
17th June 2022
A national CME on comprehensive approach to breast lesions was organized by department of Pathology , Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Science , affiliated to BIHER Chennai on 17th june 2022
On this occasion Prof. Dr. Pammy Sinha HOD, department of Pathology welcome the gathering & programme was inaugurated by our Honourable Dean Dr . G. Jayalakshmi with Medical superintendent Dr Asayas Bosco Chandra Kumar, vote of thanks was given by Dr. Uma K P, professer of Pathology. Eminent speakers from various institution were invited for the CME (Dr.Vigneshwaran, Dr.Prabhu, Dr. Debasis Gochatt, Dr. Banusree, Dr.Erli,& Dr.Sivaganesh). Poster presentation by PG AND CRRI’S was done. Prizes were given for the best three poster presentation
All participants actively participated in the competition, making the sessions fruitful and lively. Participant Feedback about the entire workshop was very positive.
Workshop on “Diagnostic role of RTPCR in infectious diseases”
23rd - 25th June 2022
Department of Microbiology has conducted 3 days, Hands on workshop on “Diagnostic role of RTPCR in infectious diseases” at Molecular Biology Lab, SLIMS. Delegates from IGMC, Madurai Medical College, Annamalai University, PRIST university, St.Joseph’s College, Indra Gandhi Arts & Science College, Divine mother college, have successfully completed the training.
Tamil Nādu Medical Council has awarded 4 credit hours for this workshop.
Department of Emergency Medicine has conducted Conference on Comprehensive Management of Paediatric Emergencies (ICONPE’22) at SLIMS on 27th & 28th June 2022
Managing a pediatric emergency is one of the most stressful situation in an Emergency Medicine department. Pediatric emergency is frequently associated with an uncertain diagnosis & limited access to diagnostic interventions and are managed by member of a multidisciplinary team .Emergency medicine department of Sri Lakshmi Narayana institute of medical sciences in coordination with other related departments conducting this conference focuses on various aspects of pediatric emergency situations and its management including technical and non technical skills required for the same . We hope this International conference will ENLIGHTEN , STRENGTHEN,AND UPDATE the existing knowledge of medical practitioners to manage pediatric emergencies .
World Blood Donor Day
14th June 2022
A one day programme on the occasion of WORLD BLOOD DONOR DAY ‘’Donating Blood Is An Act Of SOLIDARITY “ was organized by the Department of Pathology , Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Science on 14th june 2022. Poster presentation on Blood Donation Awareness by second year MBBS Students was done .Followed by Guest lecture on Patient Blood Management by Dr. S.Kingsley MD Transfusion medicine Associate professor Blood centre PIMS, Puducherry .On this occasion Prof. Dr. Pammy Sinha HOD, department of Pathology welcome the gathering & programme was inaugurated by our Honourable Dean Dr . G. Jayalakshmi with Medical superintendent Dr Asayas Bosco Chandra Kumar, vote of thanks is given by Dr. Jeevana Nilkund , Associate professer . Followed by online Quiz on BLOOD DONOR DAY, almost 120 students participated in the quiz competition which was conducted by Dr .sheena. Para clinical and clinical departments of the college participated in the guest lecture on the virtual mode. All participants actively participated in the competition, making the sessions fruitful and lively. Participant Feedback about the entire workshop was very positive.
CME & Workshop - Research Methodology on Animal Studies
4th June 2022
Department of pharmacology conducted a CME and workshop programme – “Research Methodology on Animal Studies” on 4th june 2022 by hybrid mode under guidance by Dr. Somasundaram G, HOD & professor and organized by department faculties. We have guest speakers from Bhaarath Medical College, Sri Manakula Vinayagar Medical College & Hospital and JIPMER. Totally 250 delegates were participated in the CME and 30 were participated in the workshop. Around 30 were participated in online mode. Programme was started at 9.00 am with registration followed by inauguration. Our chief patrons Dr. S. Jagatharakshakan & Dr. J. Sundeep Anand, Dean Dr.G. Jayalakshmi, medical superintendent Dr. Asayas Bosco Chandra kumar, vice principal Dr. Pammy Sinha, & Deputy medical superintendent Dr. Kalashree inaguarated the CME. First session was briefed by Dr. Banupriya on various animal models used for the different types of experiments in research followed by organ collection, organ weight analysis and processing for histopathology in laboratory animal studies by Dr. R Bharathidasan, ethics in animal research by Dr. J. Mohanasundram and alternative methods available in replacing animals by Dr.P. Elango. Afternoon session begins with maintenance of animal house by Dr. sulthan AL Rashid followed by workshop on animal handling and feeding techniques by Dr. Rajaram. All the session went well and informative. Feedback was received from the delegates and session was closed with felicitation of the speakers and certificate distribution to the participants. TNMC credit points was awarded for this CME & Workshop.
National Doctor's Day
1st July 2022
To appreciate and recognize the importance of the doctors’ roles in the society National Doctor's Day was observed and first observed in India in 1st July 1991- an Honour to Dr Bidhan Chandra Roy. The Doctor's Day Celebration was organized at Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences on 1st July 2022. Greetings and sharing of experiences was made by our beloved Dean, Head of the Institution Prof. Dr. G. Jayalakshmi. And The Hon'ble Minister for Agriculture, Puducherry, Thiru. C. DJEACOUMAR participated as Chief Guest for the Doctor's Day Celebration and inaugurated the function with Entertainment games, Extempore, Puzzles, debates, Dance and Singing competitions and other fun games like bursting of baloons, drinking 1.5 Litres of water in 30 seconds, Lemon in the spoon race and drawing tail for the cat as blind folded. The doctors enjoyed the live gazals as doctors for some stress relief and to take some time out from their busy schedules. Further all doctors assured that they will practise medicine with integrity, humility, honesty, and compassion—working with my fellow doctors and other colleagues to meet the needs of their patients. At the end of the function blowing out candles and cutting a cake was made and distributed to all Doctors and workers at SLIMS
8th July 2022
Inaugural function of SLIMS ANM - 2022 Anaesthesia Nephrology meet, for the International conference on "COMPREHENSIVE CARE IN KIDNEY DISEASES" conducted by Dept of Anaesthesiology, Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical sciences puducherry on 08.07.2022. Respected Dean Dr Jayalakshmi, Medical superintendent Dr Asayas Bosco, HOD Dept of Anaesthesia Dr Vishwanath R Hiremath, Deputy Medical Superintendent Dr Kalasree, Director Nephrogy dept Dr K Narayanan, International speaker Dr Jagadish S Jamboti and Dr Sarojini Jagadish has participated and highlighted the event... Discussion on kidney disease is a useful topic for all medical aspirants. Understanding Kidney disease in all aspects including Anaesthesia, Surgery (Renal Transplant) and Obstetrics are much needed for their management and better outcome. # Anaesthesia Nephrogy Meet - 2022 # SLIMS..
National workshop on "Research Methodology and Biostatistics"
2nd & 3rd July 2022
Inaugural function for the National workshop on "Research Methodology and Biostatistics" conducted by Dept of Anaesthesiology, Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical sciences puducherry and ISA puducherry on 02.07.2022 & 03.07.2022. Respected Dean Dr Jayalakshmi, ISA president Dr Ezhil Rajan , Medical superintendent Dr Asayas Bosco, HOD Dept of Anaesthesia Dr Vishwanath R Hiremath, Deputy Medical Superintendent Dr Kalasree , ISA secretary Dr Sanmuga Valli has participated and highlighted the event... Research methodology is equally important for Medical and Non medical fields.
Research knowledge provides a good training to the new research worker especially post graduates and enables them to do better research study... # Research Methodology and Biostatistics # SLIMS
Forensic Medicine and Toxicology Meet - 2022
22nd July 2022
Inaugural function of SLIMS medicolegists forum - 2022 Forensic medicine and toxicology meet, for the national conference on " MCCD- medical certification cause of death " conducted by Dept of Forensic medicine and toxicology , Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical sciences, Puducherry on 22.07.2022. Respected Dean Dr. Jayalakshmi, Medical superintendent Dr. Asayas Bosco, HOD Dept of Forensic medicine and toxicology Dr. Sitalal Rathod, organising secretary Dr. Abhay betala, joint secretary Dr. Shreen and Dr. Janarthanan, Vice president Dr. Friengnston marak, speaker Dr. Vinod chaudri and Dr. Gerard Pradeep has participated and highlighted the event... Discussion on MCCD is a useful topic for all medical aspirants. Understanding How to write a MCCD certificate in all aspects including every department much needed for their management and better outcome. # Forensic medicine and toxicology Meet - 2022 # SLIMS.
Intensive Vaccination Drive
28th July to 5th August 2022
In view of the Covid-19 Pandemic, Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences Puducherry had conducted ‘Intensive Vaccination Drive’ from 28th July to 5th August 2022. The Event started from 8:30 A.M. to 1:00 P.M. at Slims campus. Vaccines were provided by Koodapakkam PHC. Registration facilities were arranged and eligible beneficiaries were registered in the Cowin app. Beneficiaries include, Faculties of MBBS, B.Sc. Nursing and AHS, All PGs students of SLIMS and BSc Nursing students, AHS students, all CRRIs and other non-teaching staff. After vaccination, beneficiaries were kept under observation to address any Adverse Events Following Immunization for 30 minutes.
World Nature Conservation Day
28th July 2022
World Nature Conservation Day has been celebrated on 28-07-2022 in Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences by our students and conducted a rally emphasizing awareness on World Nature Conservation Day. Dr. G. Jayalakshmi, Dean and Dr. Asayas Bosco, Medical Superintendent and Faculties of various departments have participated in the function. Students were elaborated about their role in preserving nature, presented pluck cards with various quotes and created awareness in the nearby community.
World Breastfeeding Week
1st to 6th August 2022
World Breast Feeding Week was celebrated at Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences from August 1st to 6th 2022 by the Department of Paediatrics. The theme for this year is “Step Up for Breastfeeding: Educate and Support”.The week started off with an Inaugural function at the Hospital reception with Respected Dean Dr.G.Jayalakshmi, Medical Superintendent Dr.Asayas Bosco Chandra Kumar, Deputy MS Dr Kalashree and Vice Principal Dr Pammy Sinha as the Chief guests.
Dr. K. Maheshwari, Head of the Department of paediatrics welcomed our dignitaries. Following the inauguration, a community health talk was delivered by Senior professor of Department of paediatrics Dr V Sivaprakasam.
The following activities included:
- The Indian Academy of Paediatrics (IAP) college level Undergraduate quiz was conducted for the Final year MBBS students,
- Poster competition for the MBBS students, B.Sc. Nursing students and staff nurses
- Breastfeeding awareness rally on the fourth day with Slogans and banners on the importance of exclusive breastfeeding and its benefits displayed to the public.
- The week ended with a grand valedictory function and CME. Guest speakers Dr. A. Murugesan and Dr Manju Bala Dash, in addition to our own resource faculty highlighted all aspects of breastfeeding, human milk banking and BPNI.
- Prizes were given to all the winners and participants for the entire week’s events in each category.
15th August 2022
Organ Donation -2022
18th August 2022
World Organ Donation Day is observed every year on August 13 across the globe. Donation is the giving of an organ and tissue to help someone that needs a transplant. Transplants can save or transform the life of a person. One organ and tissue donor can help transform the lives of more than 10 people. This relies on donors and their families agreeing to donate their organ and tissue after death. One person can save up to eight lives from chronic illness by pledging to donate their hear, kidney, pancreas, lung, liver, intestines, hands, face, tissues, bone marrow, and stem cells.
The first-ever organ donation was done in 1954 when Ronald Lee Herrick donated a kidney to his identical twin brother. Doctor Joseph Murray conducted the procedure for which he has also won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1990 for advances in organ transplantation.
The aim of conducting a seminar on organ donation is to:
- Spread awareness about the importance of organ donation and to encourage students on the same.
- To debunk the misconception and myths related to organ donation
- To enrich students about the significance of organ donation
Towards this Sri Lakshmi Narayana College of Nursing has organized a Seminar on Organ Donation on 18th August, 2022 at Lecture Hall-IV, of Sri Lakshmi Narayan Institute of Medical Sciences. The Programme was started at !0.00 am with the Welcome address given By Dr. S.Rajalakshmi, Principal, SLNCON. Followed by that Seminar was presented by the Speaker, Prof. Dr. Baradhalakshmi, ARMO, of Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences. The presentation was done in detail regarding organ donation, its concepts, the myths people have and how to fill the gap between knowledge, attitude and practice towards this organ donation.
The seminar also highlights about the NOTTA and SOTTA and how to fill the form through online. The seminar got concluded by 11.00am with discussion and clarification of queries from the students. The seminar was also graced by the Presence of Dr.Assayas Bascoo Chandra Kumar, Medical Superintendent, Dr. Pammy Sinha, Vice-Principal, and Dr. Kalasri, DMS of Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences. All have shared their views about organ donation and had good interactive sessions with the students. On this great day we took a privilege to honor our Dr. Kalasri, DMS, SLIMS who took bold decision to donate her Husbands, organs after a tragic accident where he witnessed brain death. The scenario made everyone to bind emotionally. The session got concluded with Vote of Thanks by Mrs. P.Amudhavalli, Professor, SLIMS. Finally a group photo was taken.
Lamp Lighting Cermony
22nd August 2022
The lamp lighting ceremony is an auspicious occasion in every nurse’s life, held in reverence of Florence Nightingale. It is tribute to Florence Nightingale who is the Founder of Modern Day Nursing. During this time the student nurses will recite the Nightingale Pledge, where they will verbalize their commitment to the goals, vision and values of the nursing profession.
This Lamp Lighting function formally recognizes the student’s entry into the nursing profession. Nursing is the only profession that follows lamp lighting ceremonies. Here light not only symbolizes knowledge which removes ignorance and is a lasting wealth by which lots could be achieved, but it also signifies the enlightenment, experience, hope, love comfort, and positivity.
The oath taken by every nursing professional signifies the discharge of their duties with complete honesty, and integrity and without any discrimination.
The lamp lighting ceremony for 2nd batch of B.Sc. Nursing Students was held on 22.08.2022 at Lecture Hall-IV of Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences, between 9.30 am to 11.00am.
For the programme Mrs. Shanti Tamislmani, Nursing Superintendent, JIPMER hospital, Puducherry had highly consented to be the Chief Guest. The programme started at 9.30 am with welcome dance by first year B.Sc. Nursing students. Later welcome address was given by Dr. S.Rajalakshmi, Principal, SLNCON.Followed by that lighting of kuthuvillaku was done by the chief guest and other dignitaries. Later lighting of candles for the students was done and the Florence Nightingale Pledge was administer by the Chief Guest. Followed by the students had their song. Then students have replaced the candles. The felicitation address was given by Dr. Kalasee, DMS, Dr.Pammy Sinha, Vice Principal, SLIMS. Dr. Rajini, HOD of Preventive and Social Medicne and Ms.Selvi, Nursing Superintendent of SLIMS. Followed by that, the chief guest address was given Mrs. Shanthi Tamilmani, Nursing Superintendent from JIPMER Hospital, Puducherry.At the end vote of thanks was given by Mrs. Saritha, Associate Professor of SLNCOM. The programme was eneded with National Anthem. High tea was served .
Eye Donation Awareness Program
by Ophthalmology Department
THE 37TH EYE DONATION FORTNIGHT was celebrated at SLIMS from August 25th to September 8th 2022 by the department of Ophthalmology. The fortnight started off with an inaugural function on 26.08.2022 at the hospital reception area, with our academic dean Dr. Balagurunathan, our medical superintendent Dr. Asayas Bosco Chandra kumar and vice Principal of SLIMS Dr. Pammy sinha as the chief guests.
The Organizing chairman and Incharge of department of Ophthalmology welcomed our dignitaries. Following the inauguration, a community health talk regarding awareness on eye donation was delivered to the public and health care workers by the incharge of department of Ophthalmology.
The following activities were conducted as a part of creating awareness on eye donation in the fortnight:
- Eye donation awareness rally with slogans and banners on the importance of giving sight to the blind after death (eye donation) displayed to the public on 27.08.2022 in our college road.
- Poster competition for the MBBS students and B.sc Nursing students was conducted on 01.09.2022 at hospital reception area, SLIMS and displayed to the public as a part of creating awareness.
- Patient awareness videos regarding eye donation were played to the public in the hospital reception area.
- Rangoli competition on eye donation was conducted for the MBBS students. B.Sc Nursing students and staff nurses on 03.09.2022.
- Quiz competition on eye donation was conducted for the pre final year MBBS students on 05.09.2022.
The fortnight ended with a grand valedictory function with Guest speaker Dr. Kalaiselvi, Asso. Prof, AVMC & H, Puducherry, in addition to our own resource faculties has highlighted the important of eye donation.
Prizes were distributed to all the winners of the competitions conducted in the fortnight events in each Category.
All our MBBS students and B.sc Nursing students showed their enthusiasm and persistence by participating in the competitions and also creating awareness to the public over the entire fortnight events.
CME on “Pharmacovigilance Awareness among Health Care Professionals”
25th August 2022
Department of Pharmacology, SLIMS conducted one day program on Pharmacovigilance Awareness among Health care professionals on the day of 25.08.2022. Early detection of adverse drug reaction is one step towards the prevention of ADRs. Foundation of Pharmacovigilance is spontaneous reporting which is minimal in India. Among all health care professionals, nurses are caregivers at bedside. Improvement in knowledge and practice of adverse drug reaction reporting among nurses will increases spontaneous reporting. To Give Awareness among health care professionals, we invited guest speakers from Indira Gandhi medical College& Research Institute. The Program started with prayer song and lightening of Kuthuvilakku done by chief guest and other dignitaries. The felicitation address was given by dr. Asayas Bosco Chandra kumar, Dr.k.balagurunathan,Dr.kalasree ,Dr.Pammy Sinha,Dr.A.Loudu Jafrin Dr.Somasunadram. Vote of thanks was given by Dr.Jayasheela.
Dr.Lourdu Jafrin.A discussed about Introductions to ADRs and need to report and Quiz on Common ADRs, Dr.Sakkthivel Pazhani discussed about How to report an ADR?. Hands on training was given to staff nurses and CRRI to fill ADR form version 1.4.Nearly 150 Participants including Nursing staffs, Post graduates,CRRI are benefitted by this program.
SLIMS Annual Sports Day 2022
Annual sports day was conducted at SLIMS with great enthusiasm, Various sports programs were organized by Sports Department on this day in which students participated according to their interests. After this many other sports were played which included Basketball, volleyball etc.
The students were very much excited All have been selected for different events and started practising and played their games well.
And in the end, our chief guest also gave a motivational speech, in which he advised everyone to participate in the field of sports and also told many benefits of doing sports activities.
Comprehensive Cardiac Life Support Course for Postgraduates
20-09-2022 to 22-09-2022
The training on this life saving skill is mandatory for all medical personnel irrespective of the speciality. This has been made mandatory for all postgraduates as per the PGMER from October 2021 (according to the National Medical Council). Department of Emergency Medicine had 55 registrations from the Postgraduates of our institution for this 3 days course conducted by Sri Ramachandra Medical College & Hospital's Emergency Medicine Department.
Hereafter, this program is going to be a quarterly training for the Postgraduates and Undergraduates. This 3 day program will be conducted by the valid AHA approved trainers and the E- certificate is valid for 2 years.
Ayudha Poojai Celebration
Ayudha Pooja is a part of the Navratri celebration. It’s also known as “Astra Pooja.” In simple words, it means “instrument worship.”
The celebration of Ayudha Pooja was graced with the presence of our president Dr. SUNDEEP AANAND JAGATH RAKSHAGAN (PRESIDENT BHARATH GROUP OF INSTITUTIONS & ACCORD GROUP OF COMPANIES), Dr. Jayalakshmi, Dean, Dr. Asayas Bosco, Medical superintendent, Dr. Kalasree, Deputy Medical Superintendent, Dr. Rajalakshmi, Nursing Principal has joined on this celebration.
Faculties, staff and students of SRI LAKSHMI NARAYANA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES joined hands together, with great zeal to make the pooja celebration a memorable one also evoking the blessing of the goddess of knowledge to have a successful academic and carrier growth.
World Heart Day Conference – 2022
September 28th 2022
The World Heart Day Conference - 2022 held at Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Allied Health Sciences on 28 September 2022. The delegates from all the departments of Allied Health Sciences have participated in the conference. A total 100 people has participated the conference including 3 guests from the Apollo Hospitals, Chennai and JIPMER, Pondicherry.
World Heart Day, annual observance and celebration held on September 29 that is intended to increase public awareness of cardiovascular diseases, including their prevention and their global impact. Cardiovascular diseases are the most common cause of death globally. In the early 2000s roughly 17 million people worldwide died from cardiovascular diseases annually
Management of Cardio Vascular Disease is one of the most stressful situations in now days. The department of Allied Health Sciences of Sri Lakshmi Narayana institute of Allied Health Sciences in coordination with other related departments conducting this conference focuses on various aspects of cardiovascular disease and the advanced techniques used in the field of diagnosing the various conditions in cardio vascular diseases.
October 7th 2022
The Department of Community Medicine had successfully organised the fourth iteration of "Medzantica 2k22"-A National Level Intercollegiate Community Medicine Quiz competition, UG, PG Poster and Oral presentation events on 7th Oct 2022 in a grand manner. The event was graced by guest of Honour Dr. V.J Chandran IPS, Inspector General of Puducherry. Around 100 teams from various colleges participated for the Quiz event. The winners of UG Quiz event, UG & PG -Poster & Oral presentations received cash prizes, individual trophies and online subscriptions for PG preparations. This year Medzantica was also been earmarked with the addition of "Anusuya Ammal Memorial Award" for the winners. Participants also enjoyed the other activities like fun games, Dumsharades and Treasure Hunt.
14th & 15th October 2022
PUDUCON’22 – 14th & 15th October 2022 organised by Dept. Of Anatomy & RYZENTRONZ (I MBBS) at Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences, Puducherry
The 43rd Annual conference of Association of Anatomists Tamil Nadu -PUDUCON’22 held at Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences on 14th & 15th October 22. This event was graciously inaugurated by our beloved Dean, MS, Organising secretary of PUDUCON’22 ,President and General secretary of AATN . Almost 300 delegates have registered and most of them actively participated in Scientific oral and poster presentations. We also had 03 guest speakers on different topics who added academic flavour to our event. The “CONFERENCE SOUVENIR” was released during the event.
The Association of Anatomists came into existence since 1976, since then the annual conference is being conducted with an aim to disseminate knowledge of Anatomy & provide great platform for undergraduates & post graduates and as well faculties to present the research work amidst august audience. The best paper and poster was awarded under separate categories of faculty & PG and individual sub - categories for undergraduates.This two day conference was made a colourful by the active participation of undergraduates in quiz, body painting and model making competitions.
The event turned out to be a “MEGA SUCCESS” with the support of our delegates and our management SLIMS.
World Anaesthesia Day
16th October 2022
World Anaesthesia Day, also known as Ether Day, is celebrated annually on October 16. There was no scientific or authentic methodology to alleviate pain of surgery till 1846. Dr WTG Morton demonstrated successfully for the first time on this day in 1846, the pain-abolishing (Anaesthetic) effect of Ether. Oliver Vandal Holmes coined the term Anaesthesia (An=no, aesthesia=pain or discomfort) for the discovery.
Dr WTG Morton carried out the anaesthesia for a patient of Dr John Collins, whose tumor over the left side of the neck was removed by Dr Collins at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, North America. Dr Collin declared to the audience in his own words “Gentlemen, this is no humbug.”
For the past 176 years, the field of anaesthesia has evolved and developed spectacularly, alleviating the pain and suffering of patients and successfully enabling highly complex surgeries in various fields. Hence with enthusiasm and pride ,World Anaesthesia Day was celebrated in SLIMS Puducherry a Constituent of Bharath Institute of Higher Education and Research , Chennai on Saturday, 15th October 2022 by the Department of Anaesthesiology SLIMS. Director of PG Studies Dr S Rajashekharan , Dean Academics Dr Balgurunathan , MS Dr Asayas Bosco, VP Dr Pummy Sinha, HOD Anaesthesiology Dr Vishwanath R Hiremath, and Dr M Kalasree Dy MS addressed and graced the function. Essay competition, poster presentation, n quiz competition were conducted for the Students, CRRI, and PG students. Prizes were distributed for noteworthy candidates. Video demonstration with regard to anaesthesia awareness and cardio respiratory resuscitation was a special event. Dr Vishwanath Hiremath , Professor & HOD Anaesthesiology delivered talk on evolution and Milestones in the History of Anaesthesia. Cultural activities carried out by the AHS students . The program concluded with National Anthem.
4th November 2022
Department of GENERAL SURGERY has conducted a CME program PANCREOSURGE’22 on 4-11-2022 at SLIMS.
This event was graciously inaugurated by our beloved Dean Dr. G. Jayalakshmi, Dean Academics Dr. Balgurunathan, MS Dr. Asayas Bosco, DMS Dr. Kalashree, Vice Principal Dr. Pummy Sinha, Director of PG Studies Dr. S. Rajashekharan
The Program started with prayer song and lightening of Kuthuvilakku done our dignitaries. Eminent speakers Dr. Karuppasamy, Dr. Manoharan, Dr. Rajendran, Dr. Ramesh, Dr. Prabhu and Dr. Rajesh Kumar presented the topic related to PANCREATITIS.
The Quiz competitions has been conducted for the UG students and the winners received cash prizes
Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences in coordination with other related departments conducting this conference.
The event turned out to be a “MEGA SUCCESS” with the support of our delegates and our management SLIMS.
11th to 13th November 2022
International Conference on Endocrine Physiology A Recent Update
The International Conference on “Endocrine Physiology A Recent Update” is the flagship event of SLIMS, was organized by the Prof. Dr. R. Vijayakumar and its Physiology department on 11th – 13th November 2022. The founder Dr. S. JAGATHRAKSHAKAN is the Chief patron for this international event and our chairman Dr. J. SUNDEEP ANAND acted as president.
Dr. G. JAYALAKSHMI, Dean the head of the institution acted as patrons. Apart, Dr. K. BALAGURUNATHAN (Dean Academics), and Dr. ASAYAS BOSCO CHANDRA KUMAR (Medical Superintendent).
This International Conference unites renowned endocrinologists, international faculty, acclaimed scientists and industry representatives around the world. The following members Prof. Dr. Henri Balraj; Prof. Dr. S. Latha; Dr. R. Srikumar were acted as a Scientific committee and Dr. B. Deivanayagame; Dr. Vijayalakshmi, Dr. Ravisankar; Dr. Visalam were acted as organizing member for this academic event.
Prof. Dr. R. Vijayakumar, organizing secretary delivered the welcome speech followed by Dr. K. Balagurunathan on Inaugural Address and presidential address delivered by Dr. G. Jayalakshmi.
The Program started with a prayer song and lightening of Kuthuvilakku done by chief guest and other dignitaries. The welcome address was given by Professor Dr. Vijaya Kumar Dept of Physiology, The felicitation address was given by Dr.G.Jayalakshmi Dean, Dr. Asayas Bosco Chandra Kumar M.S , Dr.k.balagurunathan Dean Academics ,Dr.kalasree DMS ,Dr.Pammy Sinha Vice principal , followed by Scientific session -1 Dr.Ajit Kumar Former Research faculty Harvard University Boston USA presented a topic in Revelence of stem cell to Endocrine Disease. Followed by scientific session -2 & poster presentation also conducted for 1st Mbbs Students. At the end of the session Valedictory function & Price distribution . The event turned out to be a “GRAND SUCCESS” with the support of our delegates and our management SLIMS.
SLIMS PEDICON -2022
14th November 2022
Under the Guidance of our Founder Dr.S. Jagathrakshakan & Dr.J. Sundeep Anand, President Bharath group of institutions, SRI LAKSHMI NARAYANA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES Department of Paediatrics in association with IAP Puducherry organised a ONE DAY CME on children’s day NOV 14-2022. The theme of the CME was `FROM Tots to TEENS’ and had topics ranging from new born care to adolescent care in commemoration of IAP child & adolescent health care week and national new born week.
The Program started with a prayer song and lightening of Kuthuvilakku done by chief guest and other dignitaries. The welcome address was given by Assistant Professor Dr. Jeyaraj department of paediatrics followed by the Inauguration of the function by our Beloved Dean Dr.G.Jayalakshmi, Dr. Asayas Bosco Chandra Kumar M.S , Dr.k.Balagurunathan Dean Academics ,Dr.kalasree DMS ,Dr.Pammy Sinha Vice principal ,graced along with IAP Puducherry branch secretary Dr. Johnson Reddy & Dr. Aram Chenthil IAP central EB -member -2022-2023 also graced the occasion as a guest speaker , around 300 medical & paramedical student and public were benefited.
SLIMS DIACON -2022
18th & 19TH November 2022
Under the Guidance of our Founder Dr.S. Jagathrakshakan & Dr.J. Sundeep Anand, President Bharath group of institutions, SRI LAKSHMI NARAYANA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES Department of General medicine joined with IQAC & Medical Education unit of SLIMS organised a two days state level conference on DIABETOLOGY titled SLIMS – DIACON -22 on 18 & 19th of November 2022.
The conference was organized to commemorate the “World Diabetes Day “which fill early in the week on 14th November 2022. Accordingly, the theme of the conference was “Diabetic Education to Protect Tomorrow“
On the first day of the conference the program was started with a prayer song the inaugural address was given by Professor Dr. Muthukumarasamy followed by the Presidential address Dean Dr. G. Jayalakshmi, Dr. Asayas Bosco Chandra Kumar M.S, Dr. K. Balagurunathan Dean Academics, Dr. Kalasree DMS, Dr. Pammy Sinha Vice principal, ARMO Dr. Baratha Lakshmi also graced the occasion with their presence this was followed by a packed academic schedule where external & intramural experts gave a talk on the various aspects of Diabetes mellitus , its complications , its treatment and emerging drugs .
On the second day of the conference seminar cum workshop were conducted on diabetic foot & DKA ABG analysis. Interactive sessions were conducted active participation from the delicates and the students, finally a intercollege quiz was held. Prizes & certificates were given to Winners. Around 250 medical & paramedical students were benefited.
25TH November 2022
The Department of Otorhinolaryngology successfully organised the Guest lecture on “Otorhinolaryngology-Essentials” dated 25th November 2022 by Dr.Jawahar Nagasundaram M.S., FRCS, FICS, DLO Consultant ENT& Head and Neck Surgeon, G.Viswanathan Speciality Hospital, Tiruchirapalli. Under the Guidance of our Founder Dr.S. Jagathrakshakan & Dr.J. Sundeep Anand, President Bharath group of institutions, this event was graciously inaugurated by our beloved Dean Dr. G. Jayalakshmi, Dean Academics Dr. Balgurunathan, MS Dr. Asayas Bosco, DMS Dr. Kalashree, Vice Principal Dr. Pummy Sinha. The Program started with prayer song and lightening of Kuthuvilakku done by our dignitaries. Eminent speaker Dr.Jawahar Nagasundaram M.S., FRCS, FICS, DLO delivered the lecture.
The students got benefitted & understand the essentials of Otorhinolaryngology in the field of medical education. Finally, the event end with the National Anthem.
Imaging in Antenatal care
9th December 2022
The Department of Radiology successfully organised an one day CME on " Imaging in Antenatal care - An update” on 9th December 2022, in association with Tamilnadu, Pondicherry (TN-PY) IRIA - Pondicherry subchapter.
Under the Guidance of our Founder Dr. S. Jagathrakshakan & our President Bharath group of institutions, Dr. J. Sundeep Anand, this event was graciously inaugurated by our beloved Dean Dr. G. Jayalakshmi, MS Dr. Asayas Bosco, DMS Dr. Kalashree, Vice Principal Dr. Pummy Sinha, in the presence of IRIA Pondicherry subchapter, President Dr. Nadaradjan and Secretary Dr. Umamageswari.
The Program started with prayer song and lightening of Kuthuvilakku done by our dignitaries.
We were treated to academic feast by our speakers. The first talk was given by Dr. Sivasubramaniyan KM on " Dating scan & Early pregnancy and it's complications", followed by " First trimester screening ultrasound" by Dr. A. Sivarajan. Talk on " second trimester Anomaly scan" and "Fetal echo" was given by Dr. Shriram T and Dr. Shrinuvasan. Dr. Sunil Kumar Samal had given a detailed presentation on third trimester growth scan and fetal growth restriction. Talk on "Fetal MRI" - an upcoming field in antenatal care was given by Dr. Sonal Garg from Mumbai. The session ended with an impromptu presentation by Dr. (col) Sudhir Sachar on various finding in fetal anomalies.
All the talks were on point and crisp. They addressed day to day scenarios very helpful for the postgraduates and the clinician.
Finally, the event end with the National Anthem.
Insight for the medicos on mental health problems
Under the support of our Founder Dr. S. Jagathrakshakan & Dr. J. Sundeep Anand, President Bharath group of institutions, Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences
The Department of Psychiatry under the aegis of IQAC & MEU- SLIMS successfully organised a one-day CME on "Insight for the medicos on mental health problems”. The Primary focus of this CME is on all medicos, other than psychiatric speciality. As psychiatry related problems/treatment are not much covered or emphasised during the medical course. As a result, there are lots of misconceptions about psychiatric disorders and its treatment even among medicos, like the general population.
As it is not part of exam curriculum, neither our senior medical health professional is exposed to psychiatric related disorders and recent advance in treatment during their course, nor our young colleagues/ students have the expected knowledge in psychiatry related problems. This could be one of the major cause of misconceptions.
Few of the commonest misconceptions include myths such as psychiatric patients are considered to be mentally weak. Which is surely not, as many individuals/celebrities with mental health problems are functioning very well. We also admire them. Because they broke the myth and understood biological aspects, took the right professional help, and acquired insight to their mental health condition.
A common misconception is that the psychiatrist uses only sedatives and the patient will tend to develop dependence/addiction to it. The person sitting next to you might be taking psychotropic medications and you may not be aware of the fact that he is on psychotropic medication because he functions at his best quality of life.
The people who you grossly identify with psychiatric problem are only one tip of the iceberg, who don't respond to medication as like any other physical disorder. We have proper guidelines, when to start, stop, or continue the treatment, to have better quality of life.
We can be sure one of your family members or first degree or second-degree relatives might be suffering with a psychiatric disorder which you are not aware of like (anxiety/ depression/ addiction or dependence/ psychosis/ dementia/ geriatric related behavioural problems). As a medical health professional, you should know how to identify them and help them, give them the earliest intervention and prevent deterioration. Many researches have reported that early treatment have better prognosis.
Another great problem is media, the way they represent medical issues is pathetic even worse when they come to mental issues.
So, the best way for us to reach out to help the people with the psychiatric disorder is to approach our friends/colleagues who are medicos to identify, reach out and bridge the gap.
In order to raise awareness and insight, this program was organised. The programme was started with a welcome address by professor Dr. Arun Seetharaman department of psychiatry on highlighting why the topic was selected for the CME followed by an inauguration of the function on lighting the lamp by our honourable Dean Dr. G. Jayalakshmi, Dean Academics Dr. Balagurunathan, MS Dr. Asayas Bosco, Prof. & HOD Dr. V.R. Sridhar, Prof. Dr. Arun Seetharaman followed by a brief speech by the patrons about the department of psychiatry and their best service provided.
The first talk was given by Dr. Pavithra Arunachaleeswaran on the awareness and stigma on mental health, “Breaking the myth”, followed by a talk on " Identification and epidemiology of risk factors” by Dr. Sandesh Venu. A talk on “Approach and intervention” was given by Dr. K. Mathan, Dr. Arunkumar Nagasundaram gave a talk on “Bridging the gap” Consultation and Liaison psychiatry.
The afternoon session began with a quiz competition for the undergraduate students conducted by Dr. C. Agila and Dr. Lokesh Koumar. A preliminary round was organised for 24 teams of various colleges, out of which 11 teams were selected for the semi-finals. The finals were conducted with the top 6 teams. The quiz comprised of 7 exciting rounds.
An artistic poster competition on the topic “breaking the myth and stigma in psychiatry” conducted by Dr. T. Ramkumar and Dr. R. Lokesh. A total of 12 poster entries were received. The organising committee short listed 3 best posters on the basis of content, artistic skill and description about the theme which were displayed in the top three teams from the quiz and artistic competition were awarded with a cash prize, certificate and trophy.
The speech was well delivered and received on clinical, practical and theoretical aspects. Which were well informative and provided great insight to the undergraduates, postgraduates and teachers.
Feedback forms were distributed to the audience and collected. Finally, the event concluded with a vote of thanks delivered by Dr. Agila thanking all the chief patrons, patrons for permitting and organising, speakers for accepting the invitation and delegates for encouraging and supporting.
Medicolegists Forum - 2023- Forensic Medicine and Toxicology Meet
Inaugural function of SLIMS medicolegists forum - 2023- Forensic medicine and toxicology meet, for the Guest lecture on "Wound certificate " conducted by Dept of Forensic medicine and toxicology , Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical sciences, Puducherry on 18.01.2023
Respected Dean Dr. Jayalakshmi, Academic Dean Dr Balagurunathan , Medical superintendent Dr. Asayas Bosco, HOD Dept of Forensic medicine and toxicology Dr. Sitalal Rathod, organising secretary Dr. Shreen , joint secretary Dr. Abay and Dr. Janarthanan, speaker Dr.Arthy Amarnath has participated and highlighted the event... Discussion on wound certificate is a useful topic for all medical aspirants. Understanding How to write a wound certificate in all aspects including every department much needed for their management and better outcome. # Forensic medicine and toxicology Meet - 2023# SLIMS.
Recent advances in Sports Injury Prevention and Treatment
The Division of Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine from Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences conducted conference on “Recent advances in Sports Injury Prevention and Treatment”. Various sports coaches, physical education teachers and physiotherapists attended the program and got benefited.
Dr. Samundeeswari, the only female Arthroscopy and Sports Surgeons in Pondicherry stressed the importance of appropriate planning and training in order to prevent sports injuries in professional and recreational athletes.
Dr. Saseendar, Professor of Orthopedics and Chief of Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine in SLIMS stressed about the need for proper diagnosis and early arthroscopic treatment of sports injuries in order to avoid late complications.
National Girl Child Day
An awareness programme on the occasion of “National Girl Child Day” was organized at Government Girls Middle School, Villianur on 24th January 2023 with the extensive support of our Chairman Dr. JAGATH RAKSHAGAN and President Dr. SUNDEEP ANAND. Almost 100 students participated in the awareness programme with the permission School principal Mrs. Gunaselvi, During the session Dr. Gayathri from paediatric department SLIMS gave a special speech on personal hygiene. Medical social worker Ms. Sujitha, elaborated on good touch & bad touch. All participants actively interacted and made the session fruitful and lively. Vote of thanks was given by Ms. Sujitha Medical Social Worker. The awareness programme was held successfully under the guidance of Medical Superintendent, Dr. Asayas Bosco Chandra Kumar, Deputy Medical Superintendent, Dr. Kalasree, Co-Ordinated by Mr. R. Mathankumar & Mr. P. Ramchandran with the support of other Medical Social Workers of SLIMS. Participants feedback about the awareness session was very positive.
Women’s Healthy Weight Day
An awareness programme on the occasion of “Women’s Healthy Weight Day” was organized at OBS out-patient services, Sri Lakshmi Narayana Institute of Medical Sciences on 19th January 2023.With the immense support of our Chairman, Dr. JAGATH RAKSHAGAN and President, Dr. SUNDEEP ANAND, The occasion was inaugurated by Honourable Dean, Dr . G. Jayalakshmi with Medical Superintendent, Dr Asayas Bosco Chandra Kumar, Deputy Medical Superintendent, Dr. Kalasree, RMODr. Venkatesan and OBG Professor & HOD Dr. Amudha.Almost 60 OPD attendees participated in the awareness programme. During the session our dietician Miss A. Ritta Marie and Physiotherapist Miss K.Vaanmathi highlighted importance of healthy diet & physical activity in prevention of disease in future All participants actively interacted and made the session fruitful and lively. Vote of thanks was given by ARMO Dr. J.Barathalakshmi and programme. This awareness programme was Co- Ordinated by Mr. R. Mathankumar & Miss S. Buvaneswari with the support of other Medical Social Workers of SLIMS. Participant feedback about the awareness session was very positive.
74th Republic Day
On the Occasion of the 74th Republic day, Sri lakshmi narayana institute of medical sciences had organized a grand program with the immense support of our chairman Dr. Jagathratchagan and President Dr. Sundeep Aanand, A great pride for all of us because on 26th Jan 1950 the constitution of India came into force and India became a republic. The program started with Tamil thai Valthu, After that parade and flag hosting took place, Dean Dr. G. Jayalakshmi hosted the national flag and gave a motivational speech, This was followed by students cultural programs, In the end the program was concluded by sweets distribution to all the students, Staffs & faculty members.