Jayashri releases Fr Muller annual magazine

She was speaking as the chief guest after releasing the 10th edition of Muller Pulse ‘Neon’, the annual magazine of Father Muller Medical College (FMMC) at the FMMC Decennial Memorial Hall on Saturday.

“Two types of institutions that impress me are those run by missionaries and those run by Ramakrishna ashramas, both of which uphold values of dedication and discipline” she said.
She further said that there was need for young doctors to extend their service in villages. She held high the personality of Father Muller and called him as an ideal personality. She urged the institutional heads to extend their service to northern parts of Karnataka where poor people are neglected in the health sector.

Wurzburg University (Germany) visiting professor B Vivek Rai, launched the new website designed by the institution.

He said that he had observed many educational institutions do not update their websites regularly or give enough information.

“Educational websites should be interactive,” he said.He called upon the budding doctors to communicate with patients which would help them to learn a lot about their patients.
Consultant Urologist Dr Laxman Prabhu was the guest of honour. He said that being a regular reader of a magazine was the only way to respect its authors.

Fr Denis D’Sa, administrator, FMMC introduced the guests. Dr J P Alva, dean, FMMC welcomed. Dr Kuldeep Moras, staff advisor, Tinu Joseph, student editor were present on the occasion.
Heeding to the demand of the audience, Dr B Jayashree sang a folk song which mesmerised the audience.

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