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Gov inaugurates symposium on Global trends in health technology and management

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Dehradun, 15 March: Governor Lt-General Gurmit Singh (Retd) on Friday inaugurated the symposium on “Global Trends in Health Technology and Management”, organized at Veer Madho Singh Bhandari, Uttarakhand Technological University. During this, the Governor also released the souvenir of the seminar. National and international experts and researchers are participating in this three-day international seminar organized under the joint aegis of Global Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research Kashipur, Global Health Technomanagement Forum and Uttarakhand Technological University, who are sharing their experiences and ideas on these three days.
On the occasion of the inauguration of the seminar, the Governor welcomed the delegates from different countries and congratulated the organizers for this seminar. He said that health is an important foundation of life and health is the greatest wealth. The Governor said that the Covid pandemic has taught us that we need to be extremely cautious about our health.
Lt-General Singh said that we will have to be prepared to deal with new challenges related to health in the coming times, and for this there is  need to focus on new research  every day. The Governor said that we have to find solutions to health related challenges through mutual coordination and cooperation. He emphasized on the use of innovative technologies and resources like Artificial Intelligence in the health sector.
The Governor said that the Covid pandemic has awakened us to multidimensional development of health, technologies and their management needs. For this, it is necessary that educational institutions, researchers, industrial units, related non-governmental and government organizations work shoulder to shoulder with each other. With this, every kind of problem coming in the way will be solved quickly, which will not only help in the upliftment of Uttarakhand or India but the entire human race will be free from diseases and will be able to move towards a better future.  He stressed on finding solutions to health related challenges through mutual coordination and cooperation.  He expressed confidence that the thinking and brainstorming that will take place in three days through this seminar will yield meaningful results.
On the occasion of the inaugural session of the seminar, Vice Chancellor Technical University, Prof Omkar Singh welcomed all the participants. On this occasion, Dr Omer Saka representative of Switzerland, Dr AK Sharma, Chairman Global Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research Kashipur, Dr Sonia Nityanand, Vice Chancellor King George Medical University, Lucknow and participants from different countries, researchers, university directors, teachers and students were present.