Dr Shahida Mir, Dr Muneer Masoodi accorded farewell
GK NEWS NETWORK
Srinagar, July 30: The Medical Faculty Association of Government Medical College and Government Dental College in Srinagar Saturday accorded a warm farewell to the Principal, Prof Shahida Mir and Social and Preventive Medicine Head of the Department, Prof Muneer Masoodi on attaining age of superannuation.
The MFA organised a function inside the college campus in which all the faculty members, paramedical staff and students participated.
The speakers hailed the contribution of the outgoing principal, Prof Shahida Mir. They said Prof Shahida played a pivotal role in bringing the medical college back on tracks. “During her tenure, the medical college and its associated hospitals witnessed positive changes and many more facilities were added up for the benefit of the patients and improvement in patient care,” the speakers said and wished her a happy post-retirement life.
The speakers also appreciated Dr Muneer Masoodi for his contribution towards the SPM department and SMHS.
The SPM Department later organised a separate farewell function for Prof Masoodi who has served the department for more than 30 years.
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