Research Presentation Program at SKIMS from March 28
87 PG Students To Present Their Papers
Srinagar, Mar 25: The SK Institute of Medical Sciences at Soura here is holding a three-day ‘Postgraduate Research Presentation’ programme from Thursday.
At least 87 postgraduate students are expected to present their research papers during the programme.
“The conference is likely to be attended by students and faculty members of all departments of SKIMS. The students and faculty members from other medical colleges have also been invited to participate in the event,” said Dr Fazl Q Parray, organizing secretary of the RPP.
The program is organized by the Department of General and Minimal Invasive Surgery.
According to SKIMS Public Relation Officer (PRO), Sana Kulsoom, the event is the 17th edition of an annual event started in SKIMS by former Director Prof Syed Zahoor Ahmad in 1988. “It is organized every year since then to boost academic and research activities in the Institute,” she said.
Director SKIMS Prof Showkat A Zargar said: “Such an activity will benefit the overall healthcare system in the State. I am optimistic that innovations through research will help in improving patient-care system which is the top priority of SKIMS.”
In a statement, Prof Zargar said the students had already submitted their research abstracts till January 15 after due registration in a prescribed format. “Selected presenters will make their final power point presentation of 8 minutes during the event. Best presentations will be rewarded by a panel of Judges on basis of subject content, study design, statistical methodology, presentation and time management,” the statement said.
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