Dean Desk

Dr. Dinesh Udainiya
Govt. Medical College, Datia

Our goal is to change the world through education. It may sound idealistic, but this is precisely our mission. It is what motivates the work of everyone at the Datia Medical College —

from faculty . It inspires our teaching and our research. It fuels our work with teachers, principals, and leaders in education both here .

We are driven by the belief that every child deserves a high-quality education and that educational opportunity is a basic human right. Regardless of where a child is born, who his parents are, the color of her skin, whether he can see or hear, or whether she sleeps in a mansion or a shelter: that child deserves a high-quality education. Providing ample educational opportunities is one of the most fundamental obligations each generation owes to the ones that follow.

National Tuberculosis Elimination Program workshop
Department of Pediatrics, Government Medical College, Datia M.P. organised one day National Tuberculosis Elimination Program ( NTEP) workshop on 23rd April 2022 Saturday. This workshop has been organized during 75th year of independence “Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav” under the aegis of Indian Academy of Pediatrics with collaborations of Dept. of Pediatrics GMC, Datia & Gwalior Academy of Pediatrics (GAP) . Total 77 delegates from Government medical college, Datia as well as Dept. of public health, M.P. including DTO’s & Medical Officers from Datia, Guna, Shivpuri, Morena and Sheopur Districts attended workshop. Workshop faculties were Dr. C.P. Bansal ( Past National President IAP), Prof. Dr. Ajay Gaur ( Head Dept of Pediatrics GRMC Gwalior),  Dr. Ajay Kumar Jain (Meerut), Dr Rashmi Gupta ( Gwalior) and Dr. Amber Kumar ( AIIMS Bhopal). Dr D K Udainiya , Dean GMC Datia formally inaugurated workshop. Prof. Dr Rajesh Gupta , Head Dept of Pediatrics GMC Datia welcomed all guests and delegates. Dr Vishal Verma , D.T.O. Datia informed about current status of tuberculosis diagnosis and management facilities at Datia. All guests addressed the event.  Workshop sessions were moderated by Dr Manish Ajmariya, Asst Professor and vote of thanks given by Dr Puneet Agrawal. Photos from National Tuberculosis Elimination Program workshop event:
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Department of Psychiatry, Government Medical College Datia, organized a Marathon “Run 4 मन” on 10 October 2021 World Mental Health Day, started from new OPD block District Hospital premise to Medical College, Datia campus, which was formally inaugurated by hounrable Dean & CEO Prof. (Dr.) Rajesh Gaur & actively participated by all senior faculty members, resident doctors, MBBS students, nursing staff, paramedical and other supporting staff. After completion of marathon “Run 4 मन” winners were facilitated with medals and certificates. Winners of Mankatha-2021 also received their prizes.
Hounrable Dean Prof. (Dr.) Rajesh Gaur, Superintendent Dr. Arjun singh, Chief organizer of “Run 4 Man” & HOD Psychiatry Dr. Kapil Dev Arya, HOD Obstetrics and Gynaecology Dr. Shweta Yadav, HOD Community medicine Dr. Pradeep Sukla, HOD Paediatrics Dr. Rajesh Gupta & Civil surgeon Dr. K. C. Rathore addressed the runners with their valuable thoughts. Programme management was done by team “Run 4 मन” under guidance of Dr. Kapil Dev Arya including Dr. Prashant harit, Dr. Kamal kachawa, Dr. Gyanendra Raghuvanshi, Rachna Sharma, Vinod Yadav and MBBS students Vedant Patidar and Mohini Vyas. Vote of thanks was given by assistant professor Psychiatry Dr. Amrita Chauhan with announcement of Mental Health Activist Mascot design competition.

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