Arun Shourie delivers second GRIPMER oration

Ganga Ram Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research(GRIPMER) completes one year
 
Second GRIPMER Oration by Shri Arun Shourie
On
“Serving Others as a Cure for Oneself”
 
It was one year back that Ganga Ram Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (GRIPMER ) was launched . To celebrate its first year of its existence and release its first report ,  the second GRIPMER Oration will be delivered by Shri Arun Shourie  , former member of parliament and union minster, today, 9th July 2013, at 730 pm at IIC, Lodhi Road . He will speak on the topic “ Serving others as a Cure for Oneself” .
 
According to Dr D.S.Rana , Chairman (B.O.M) , Sir Ganga Ram Hospital , “ GRIPMER was constituted to further coordinate and stimulate  ,academics and research activities of the hospital . I am happy to note that in last one year 283 research papers have been published , out of which 85 are in indexed journals . Also ,  presently , there are 45 research projects which are being funded by ICMR , Department of Biotechnology , WHO , Department of Science and Technology , Ministry of Environment , Government of India, and many others .”
According to Dr Samiran Nundy , Dean , GRIPMER , “ SGRH  has been running the country’s largest postgraduate training programme , DNB (Diplomate of the National Board of Examinations) in 17 broad and 13 super specialities . It also publishes the Ganga Ram Journal , every two months , which contains original and review articles besides other sections , contributed from within and outside the hospital .”
According to Dr N.K.Ganguli , Chairperson , Department of Research , SGRH ,” This year GRIPMER has awarded faculty designations to members of the faculty who qualified , (as per strict MCI guidelines) to 54 as professors , 38 as Associate Professors and 34 as Assistant Professors . “
With this strong emphasis on Academics and Research , the aim of GRIPMER is to provide best clinical care available anywhere in the world to both rich and poor patients  .