Inauguration of Academic Orientation Programme & Pradhan Mantri 'Jan Aushadhi' Medical Store
Date: August 01, 2016
The Academic Orientation Programme and Inauguration of Pradhan Mantri ‘Jan Aushadhi’ Medical Store was celebrated at SRM University Delhi-NCR (Sonepat), where hundreds of newly-enrolled students participated with great zeal and enthusiasm.
Having inaugurated the medical store, the Founder Chancellor of the University, Dr. Paari Vendhar, declared that the PRIMSR Hospital, which is already offering free treatment to hundreds of patients every day, incorporates the medical store would benefit tens of hundreds of poor and destitutes from the remote areas of Haryanato get medicine at an affordable price.
After the invocation, Dr. G.J. Samathanam, the Director of Research and students’ advisor of the University, who welcomed the gathering, encouraged the students for choosing SRM University Delhi-NCR, emphatically articulated the need, progress and innovation discourse of the modern science and technology and its importance in a developing society, perpetuated and imbibed with new modules in innovation, most specifically in the field of research. Dr. PaariVendhar, the Founder Chancellor, encouraged the students, and expressed his vision of the University, and inspired that the SRM Universities at Chennai, Sonepat and Gangtok, are imparting and inculcating 66000 students, who represent different countries and their diverse culture. Prof. S. Rajarajan, the FounderVice-Chancellor, SRM University Delhi-NCR, exhorted that today is a red-letter day in the history of this university as SRM is meant for higher education and research, and aimed at making a world class University with all latest infrastructure and research facilities. He also thanked, both Central and state governments, for the generously granting permission to run the hospital and the medical store for the betterment of the people.
The Chief Guest, Shri Sudhansh Pant, Joint Secretary (Policy), Department of Pharmaceuticals, Govt. of India, in his orientation address, advised the new students to aim high by taking tedious and strenuous efforts. Explaining his own experience at IIT Karaghpur, he argued that study is also struggle, and that always wins.The Chancellor offered the Chancellor’s Scholarship to the school toppers, who took admission here. The function ended with a vote of thanks by Dr. Manish Bhalla, Registrar, followed by the National Anthem.