Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham conducted the convocation ceremony of the outgoing students of various postgraduate and undergraduate courses of Allied Health Sciences 2014 (partly) and 2015 batches on September 5, 2019, at the Health Science Campus, Kochi. 

279 students graduated in the function from various courses. The postgraduate courses include M.Phil. course in Clinical Psychology, Hospital Administration, Clinical Nutrition & Food Science, Medical Laboratory Technology, Deglutition & Swallowing Disorders, Biostatistics and Post Graduate Diploma in Medical Radiological Sciences. 

Undergraduate courses of Allied Health Sciences include Medical Laboratory Technology, Medical Radiologic Technology, Emergency Medical Technology, Anaesthesia Technology, Respiratory Therapy, Dialysis Therapy, Diabetes Sciences, Physician Assistant, Cardio Vascular Technology, Echocardiography Technology, Cardiac Perfusion Technology, Optometry, Bachelor of Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology (BASLP) and Neuro Electro-Physiology. 

Dr. (Col.) Vishal Marwaha, Principal, Amrita School of Medicine, welcomed all the dignitaries, invitees and the graduands. Sampoojya Swami Purnamritananda Puri delivered the benedictory address. 

The presidential address was delivered by Sri. M. V. Thampi, Chief Program Administrator, Amrita Centre for Allied Health Sciences. 

The program was inaugurated by Justice C. N. Ramachandran Nair, Retired Judge, High Court of Kerala. In his graduation address, Justice Ramachandran emphasized the rising importance of allied health professionals in delivering quality healthcare in our country.

Dr. Anand Kumar, Vice Principal, Amrita School of Medicine, Dr. Dhandapani, Controller of Examinations and Dr. Mini Pillay, Professor & Head, Department of Anatomy, offered felicitations. 

Awards were distributed to the graduates and postgraduates who excelled in their academics. Student representatives of outgoing graduates, Ms. Archana Narayanan and Ms. Swati Pattil shared their experience in Amrita School of Medicine. 

Mr. Prasad V. G., Senior Lecturer and Program Coordinator proposed the vote of thanks.

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