Saturday, 8 April 2017

Unique Conference on Cancer Brings Upfront Role of Radiotherapy Technologists’ in Fighting Cancer

By Tricitynews Reporter
Chandigarh 08th April:- A unique Conference of Association of Radiation Therapy Technologists of India- Northern Chapter 2017 (NCARTTI); was held at Hotel Parkview. The One Day Conference saw Department of Radiotherapy, Max Super Speciality Hospital collaborate with the Association of Radiotherapy Technologists of India (North Zone chapter); as part of the Hospital’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) initiative. The idea was to bring upfront the people who till date have remained unsung heroes despite their pivotal contribution to treating a life threatening disease like cancer – Radiotherapy Technologists.
The welcome address was delivered by Dr Sajal Kakkar, Organising Secretary (NCARTTI) and the keynote address was given by Dr Pankaj Kumar, Organising Secretary (NCARTTI),  both from Department of Radiotherapy, Max Hospital, Mohali. Sandeep Dogra, Senior Vice President Max Hospitals was also present on the occasion. Sandeep Dogra, Senior Vice President Max Hospitals was also present on the occasion. Eminent speakers like Prof (Dr.) Rakesh Kapoor(PGI), Dr Arun Singh(PGI), Dr Shree Gopal (AIIMS) , Dr AV Saji (AIIMS) chaired the scientific sessions.
Dr Sajal Kakkar, Organising Secretary (NCARTTI), said that to counter this disease Radiation Oncologists are required. However, the need of effective treatment by Radiotherapy Technologists is equally important as the technologists are the ones who implement the treatment protocol prescribed by Radiation OncologistsThe first session was co- chaired by eminent Physicist Dr. Arun Singh from (PGI), Chandigarh & Shree Gopal a Technologist from AIIMS, New Delhi. This dealt with the patient’s perspective to the entire radiotherapy treatment and his/her interaction with the Technologist, as technologists spend maximum time with the patients during the daily treatments.
Dr Pankaj Kumar, organising Secretary  (NCARTTI), said that through this Conference, we provided a forum for all stake holders of Radiation Therapy, particularly of Technologists, to share their knowledge, skills and future challenges so as ensure that the best practices are followed everywhere for the benefit of patients.
Patient friendly sessions were held by well known Radiotherapy Technologists. ‘A Radiation Therapist- In Patient’s Perspective’ was conducted by Kiran Kumar Kaul from Max Mohali. ‘Patient Safety in Radiotherapy’ by   Deepak Kumar- Max Saket was also interesting. ‘Role of Effective Communication with patient in Image guidance, Image registration & Treatment’ by Prasantha Kumar Ray again focused on the patient.
Tekinder Faujdar, Secretary Elect (ARTTI North Zone) who also participated said that the conference was a commendable step in bringing Technologists’ role in Cancer treatment to the fore. He is happy that these professionals came in front of an audience from their position in front of machines & patients to make us all aware of the yeoman’s service they are doing to counter Cancer.
Highly respected Radiation Therapy Technologists came to attend the Conference not just from Chandigarh but many other parts of India.  Experts came from Max Saket, AIIMS, PGI, SMS Medical College, Jaipur, GMCH 32 Chandigarh, and Medanta Medicity among other prestigious Hospitals.

Cancer Conference Focuses on Patient: Experts Discuss ‘Radiotherapy Image Guidance’

By Tricitynews Reporter
Chandigarh 08th April:- A unique Conference on the theme of ‘Image Guidance in the Era of High Precision Radiotherapy’ was held in collaboration of Department of Radiotherapy, Max Super Speciality Hospital and the Association of Radiotherapy Technologists of India (North Zone chapter)-NCARTTI-2017. The conference involved different stake holders of Radiation therapy like Radiation Oncologists, Physicists & Technologists to deliberate on latest Radiotherapy techniques & how they can be used for benefit of patient community.
Chief Guest Prof. SC Sharma, (Former HOD Department of Radiotherapy PGIMER Chandigarh) and Guest of Honour Dr. Rajesh Vasishtha, Head, Deptt of Oncology, Max Hospital, Bhatinda & Dr. Feroza D Patel from PGI, Chandigarh  inaugurated the event by lighting the lamp. The welcome address was delivered by Dr Sajal Kakkar, Organising Secretary (NCARTTI) and the keynote address was given by Dr Pankaj Kumar, Organising Secretary (NCARTTI), both from Department of Radiotherapy, Max Hospital, Mohali. Sandeep Dogra, Senior Vice President Max Hospitals was also present on the occasion. Eminent speakers like Prof (Dr.) Rakesh Kapoor(PGI), Dr Arun Singh(PGI), Dr Shree Gopal (AIIMS) , Dr AV Saji (AIIMS) chaired the scientific sessions.
Dr Sajal Kakkar, Organising Secretary, NCARTTI, said that we in radiotherapy are trying to reduce the normal tissue side effects & increasing the cure rates, and in this the precision guided radiotherapy is the current flavour. There is no room for errors in these advanced technologies, as a minor slip can lead to missing the target or high dose to critical organs. Hence this conference was planned to create awareness and encourage discussion in the Radiation Oncology community, especially the Technologists who play a major role in actual treatment delivery.
Experts at the event shared some worrying statistics related to Cancer in India. It was divulged that approximately 1.45 million new cancer cases are diagnosed every year in India and out of 100, only 12 cases are diagnosed in early stage. What is disconcerting is that 1 in 8 men and 1 in 9 women in India will develop some form of cancer in their lifetime.
It is noteworthy that Radiation Oncologists, Physicists & Technologists converged at the Conference from across the Country & North India. Max Hospitals, PGI, AIIMS, SMS Medical College, Jaipur & many more prestigious Hospitals sent their experts in the field.
Dr Pankaj Kumar organising Secretary (NCARTTI), said that ever since the advent of High Precision techniques, the Image guidance has become very challenging. The Conference which spanned over six sessions; covered all aspects of Radiation Treatment Delivery & Planning even while laying special emphasis on Image Guidance.

A discussion on the basic biology behind high dose radiation was also held. High dose radiation is increasingly being used in various sites like breast cancer, prostate cancer; its advantages and pitfalls were discussed.

Golden Jubilee Meet of PGI Medical Technology Alumni Association Held

By Tricitynews Reporter
Chandigarh 08th April:- The Golden Jubilee meet of the PGIMER Medical Technology Alumni Association  along with 9th Convention & was inaugurated today ie 8th  APRIL 2017 by Prof K. K. Talwar former Director PGI and an eminent cardiologist of the country. Prof Jagat Ram DPGI was the Guest of Honour during this occasion. This meet was attended by more than 300 alumni from India as well as abroad. The theme of this CME was “EXCELLENCE IN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY”.
Dr K K Talwar in his speech spoke about the indispensable contribution of the Medical Technologists in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases. They are the backbone of any health care team worldwide. He emphasized the role of Technocrats in modern health care. Dr Jagat Ram DPGI appreciated the activities of PGI Medical Technology Alumni Association in organizing this CME & 9th Convention which provided excellent opportunity for the oldest and the newest Alumni of the Association who had gathered in large numbers to celebrate the Golden Jubilee meet of BSc Medical Technology Course at PGI Chandigarh.
Dr S.C.Bansal Organizing Chairperson, during his talk apprised about the history of Bsc Medical Technology which was started in the year 1967 in PGI first in the entire Asia. Similarly MSc Medical Technology too was started in the year 1970 that too first in Asia. Till date 1204 candidates in Lab and 427 in Radiology have graduated and 130 have passed MSc Medical Technology where as 30 have been awarded doctorate in Medical Technology. Organzing Secretary BMDhawan in his address proposed vote of thanks.

Post-Graduate Govt. College for Girls Holds its 61st Annual Prize Distribution Function

By Tricitynews Reporter
Chandigarh 08th April:- The 61st Annual Prize Distribution Function of Post-Graduate Govt. College for Girls, Sector-11, Chandigarh was held today. Hon’ble Ms. Justice Ritu Bahri, Punjab and Haryana High Court graced the occasion as Chief Guest of the function. Amidst applause by the audience, more than 600 meritorious students were honored with trophies and prizes for their outstanding and distinctive performance in the field of academics and co-curricular activities. The Chief-guest and Principal of the college lighted the ceremonial lamp which was followed by invocation of Goddess Saraswati by the students.
Welcoming the Chief Guest Prof. Anita Kaushal, Principal of the college, proudly highlighted that Hon’ble Justice Ms. Bahri is an Alumna of the college. She motivated the students to emulate her as their Role Model so that they too can grace their Alma Mater as Chief Guest in future. The Principal presented the College Annual Report and highlighted the glorious achievements of the students in the fields of academics, extra-curricular activities and sports at the university, inter-university, state, national and international levels. She said that the college has emerged as one of the pioneer institution in the region and has been reaccredited with ‘A’ Grade by NAAC for its outstanding overall achievements. She also highlighted the academic achievements of the faculty at National and International level.
Chief Guest gave away the prizes to the students who excelled in academics, sports and extra-curricular activities. Congratulating the winners, Justice Ms. Bahri lauded the multidimensional achievements of the institution which speaks volume of the commitment, dedication and sincerity of the Principal, faculty and students. Becoming nostalgic and recalling her college days, she observed a sea change in the college courses and infrastructure. The achievers have made their parents and their institution proud. She stressed that the achievers should share and give back to the society. It can be sharing of toys, sharing of blood or simply sharing of happiness and compassion. In present times, it is important to excel irrespective of the stream you pursue. She motivated them to be confident, dream the best, work hard and success will automatically follow.
Dr. Rama Arora, Dean of the college proposed the vote of thanks.
More than 600prizes were awarded to the students in various categories.

Panjab CM Asserts Drugs Would Be Wiped out from State in No Time

By Tricitynews Reporter
Chandigarh 08th April:- Punjab Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Saturday reiterated his commitment to the waiver of farm debts, saying his government would soon find ways and means to bail out the debt-ridden farmers, with or without the help of the central government. The Chief Minister was interacting with the media after inaugurating D-Mart’ first post-IPO store in Punjab in Zirakpur. 
Assuring that his government was duty-bound to fulfill every promise made to the people in its election manifesto, Captain Amarinder said that the state government had approached the Union Government for waiver of farmers’ loans but even if it failed to get any support from the Centre, it would ensure that the farmers are freed of their mounting debts, for which the state machinery had already been set into motion. 
Referring to the Congress poll promise of eliminating the drugs menace from the state, the Chief Minister said that the Special Task Force (STF) constituted by the state government was firmly dealing with the scourge and would ensure that drugs are wiped out from the land of Punjab. Captain Amarinder Singh said that the STF headed by senior IPS officer Mr. Harpreet Singh Sidhu was working diligently and the day was not far when this problem would be wiped out from the state. 
On the issue of eradication of corruption, the Chief Minister said that necessary steps were being taken for the same, with his government working hard to put things in order in the state, which had been pushed backward by the misdeeds of the Akalis and the BJP, who ruled Punjab for 10 years. He further said the state government would soon bring out a ‘White Paper’ on the state’s economy, to expose the financial havoc wreaked by the Akalis on Punjab. 
Replying to another query, the Chief Minister said that his government had also initiated the process of curbing illegal mining, which had become rampant during the SAD-BJP misrule, in the state. He said a number of mines would be auctioned in the coming days, after which the price of sand and gravel in Punjab would normalize. 
Captain Amarinder Singh said that welfare of the public and the development of the state was the top priority of his government, which has taken a number of path-breaking initiatives in this direction. 
The Chief Minister was accompanied by PPCC vice president Kewal Singh Dhillon, Congress leaders Deepinder Singh Dhillon and Jaspal Singh, his Officer on Special Duty MP Singh,  Deputy Commissioner Gurpreet Kaur Sapra and Senior Superintendent of Police Kuldeep Singh Chahal. 
Earlier, inaugurating the sprawling D-Mart store, set up in Dhillon Silicon Square, Zirakpur, the Chief Minister welcomed the company’s plans to set up 10 stores initially in the state with an investment of approximately Rs. 500 crores, providing direct employment to about 1000 youth. The key focus of his government, he said, would be on getting Punjab back on the track with a highly investor-friendly climate, generating employment for the youth and restoring investor confidence in the state. Captain Amarinder said that a new industrial policy, aimed at wooing investors and concurrently generating employment for the local youth, would soon be unveiled by his government.

Aryans organizes 10th Cultural Extravaganza “Roshaan"

By 121 News
Chandigarh 08th April:- Aryans Group of Colleges, Chandigarh today organized its 10th Cultural extravaganza “Roshaan” at Tagore Theatre, Sector 18, Chandigarh. Rana K.P. Singh, Speaker, Punjab Vidhan Sabha was the Chief Guest on the occasion while Dr. Anshu Kataria, Chairman, Aryans Group of Colleges presided over the function.  Students of B.Tech, MBA, BBA, BCA, B.Ed, BA, B.Com, GNM, ANM, Law, M.Edu, Polytechnic Diploma etc participated in various colorful cultural items and mesmerized the whole crowd with their performances representing the states including Punjab, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Bihar, Jammu Kashmir, North East etc.
The function commenced with the Lamp Lighting ceremony by Rana K.P. Singh along with Aryans Group patrons Prof. Roshan Lal Kataria and Rajni Kataria followed by a welcome dance exhibiting the culture of Punjab. Students of Aryans Group presented a colorful Cultural Programme which included Bhangra, Giddha, Naati, Kashmiri Dance , Dogri, Western dance, Bhojpuri, Dark Monster, Jhumar, Punjabi dance, Fusion, Act, Folk dance, solo song, solo dance etc.
Dr. Anshu Kataria speaking on the occasion said that Aryans Group has students from all over the India who are studying in various courses. The students presented their respective cultures through their dances in the function. He added that besides studies, extra co-curricular activities are equally important. They help in the overall development of the students.
On the occasion many renowned Punjabi singers including Monty-Waris, Virasat Sandhu, Salina Shelly, Noddy Khan-Youngest Rapper, Bollywood Comedian-Amritpal Singh Chotu etc enthralled the audience with their live performances. The young new artists were also honored by the Group for their contribution in the Punjabi Music Industry.
Students then transported the audience to the fascinating States including Jammu & Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh, Haryana, North East etc. Another items including solo song by Ananta; Break Dance by Banraj; Let’s Dance by Mujtaba & Group; Funny Dance by Shivam & Group; Hassian Khedian by Abhishek & Group;Sufi Rock by Adnan & Group etc enthralled the audience.
Showing the cultures of different states, Naati performed by Bhavna & Group and group while Shubham and group presented Dogri Dance, Sukhdev & Group performed Bhangra which made the audience to tap on their feets. Haryanvi dance by Avinash & Group; Sohna Punjab Dance by Sunil & Group; Mime by Mohd. Salman & Group etc mesmerized the audience in its own ways.

ਕਮਿਸ਼ਨਰ ਨਗਰ ਨਿਗਮ ਨੇ ਸ਼ਹਿਰ ਚ ਬਿਮਾਰੀਆਂ ਨੂੰ ਰੋਕਣ ਲਈ ਨਗਰ ਨਿਗਮ ਨੂੰ ਸਹਿਯੋਗ ਦੇਣ ਲਈ ਸ਼ਹਿਰ ਵਾਸੀਆਂ ਨੂੰ ਕੀਤੀ ਅਪੀਲ

By Tricitynews Reporter
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Malti Gyan Peeth Puraskar for Punjab’s 15 School Teachers

By Tricitynews Reporter
Chandigarh 08th April:- In a fourth year in a row, the Malti Gyan Peeth Puraskar were announced for 2017 by the Mohinder  Singh Syngle Education & Research Society of Sangrur here today at PHD.
Recognized by the Punjab Government as State Award for Government High and Senior Secondary School Teachers, each awardee receives Rs. One Lakh in prize along with a Certificate of Excellence, a medal and a Robe of Honour.
Fifteen teachers were selected out of 75 for the Malti Gyan Peeth Puraskar 2017 who were shortlisted through a stringent selection process with District level preliminary screening, and short-listing by DPI, final selection of two written tests, interview by subject experts and lastly by an eminent jury.
The winners include Puneet Puri of Kartarpur and Preeti Batish of Bharat Nagar, Ludhiana; and Navneet Kaur of Sensra, Amritsar for English. For mathematics the winners were Leeza Arora of Model Town Patiala; Arun Garg of Ralli Mansa and Gagandeep Kakkar of Tarn Taran, Jaswinder Singh of Shekhupura, Patiala for Physics; Priyanka of Doda Muktsar and Rupinder Kaur of Gharuan, SAS Nagar for Chemistry; Aakriti of Manoli, SAS Nagar for Biology, Anshul Jain of Jadot, SAS Nagar and Balwinder Singh of Gurusar, Bathinda for Science; Harmeet Singh of Bhakla Kalan, Jalandhar for Political Science; Dr. Amit Juneja of Fazilka, for Economics; and Gurjit Singh of Ramgarh Jawandha, Sangrur, for Social Science. 
The Award is instituted by Mohinder Singh Syngle Education & Research Society (Regd) New Delhi, in honor of its founder, 96 years old, Smt. Malti Mohinder Singh Syngle, eminent educationist and  social worker, to recognize excellence in teaching the subjects of Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, English and Social Science, besides promoting education of girl child.
Fifteen teachers would receive the award from the President of India, Pranab Mukherjee at a special ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi on 29th May, which coincides with the 95th birthday of Malti Mohinder Singh Syngle.
The Award was instituted in 2013 by Mohinder  Singh Syngle Education & Research Society, promoted by first generation industrialist, educationist and philanthropist, Manoj Singhal, chairman and managing director of the MM Auto Industries Ltd., to and his mother, a renowned educationist, Malti Mohinder Singh Syngle.
Last year, President of India, gave away the awards.
Malti Gyan Peeth Puraskar has been instituted to honour Smt. Malti Mohinder Singh Syngle, who tirelessly worked for over four decades, educating the girl child. She retired from Punjab Govt. Educational services as Principal, in the year 1980. Even after retirement, she, in her 94th year now, continues her efforts unabated   for spread of education, especially for under privileged students in the rural sector. She was one of the first women in Punjab to achieve “Bachelor of Teaching” in the year 1951, having done her post graduation in 1948.                     A high profile jury  chaired by Manoj Singhal CMD of MM Auto group & President of the Society; along with Tej K. Magazine, Member Secretary Jury, Director Corporate, MM Auto Industries Ltd. , conducted he final interview of the shortlisted candidates. 
Jury included besides the Chairman Manoj Singhal, former Election Commissioner of India B B Tandon, 
 The Society  runs  B.Ed. Degree College and English medium CBSE approved  co-ed  higher secondary school in 22 acre campus in District Sangrur, Punjab, providing value based quality education to rural youth, and has plans to extend the scope of the awards to national and international levels.

Govt. College of Yoga Education and Health organizes ‘Annual Athletic Meet’

By Tricitynews Reporter
Chandigarh 08th April:- Govt. College of Yoga Education and Health, Sector 23-A, Chandigarh organized a one day ‘Annual Athletic Meet’. On this occasion Dr. Rakesh Kumar Kashyap, Director Health Services, UT Administration, Chandigarh was the Chief Guest.
The Programme commenced with the inauguration of the meet by unfurling the college flag by the Joint Director Sports, U.T. Administration and Principal ‘Dr. Mahender Singh’ followed by oath taking ceremony. While addressing the guests & students he shared his insight about the significance of sports in a student’s life and motivated them for the whole-hearted participation.
In the morning session various events like 100 mtr race, Three Legged Race, Long Jump, High Jump, Discuss Throw, were performed by students with great zeal.
The afternoon session comprised of wheel and Barrow Race, Thread and Needle race, Lemon Spoon Race and various adventurous games in which students as well as staff participated and enjoyed immensely.
In the evening session Dr. Rakesh Kumar Kashyap the worthy Chief Guest awarded the Prizes and Certificate to the winners and congratulated them for their enthusiastic performance Sarabjit Singh was declared the Best Athlete (Boys) and Paramjeet Kaur was declared as the Best Athlete (Girls). The Annual Sports Achievements were presented by the Principal of the college. The event concluded with the National Anthem.