Date :Sep 13, 2017

The Inauguration of Allied Health Science Courses – Masters in Hospital Administration, M.Sc. Medical Laboratory Technology, Masters of Physiotherapy, Bachelor of Physiotherapy, B.Sc. Medical Laboratory Technology, B.Sc. Medical Imaging Technology and B.Sc. Radiotherapy for the year 2017-18 was held on Tuesday, 12th  September 2017 in the Decennial Memorial Hall of Father Mullers.  Sr Maria Shruthi,AC, Principal of St Agnes Special School was the Chief Guest on the occasion. The Director of Father Mullers Rev. Fr Richard Coelho presided over the function.   Dean of Father Muller Medical College Dr Jayaprakash Alva, Administrator, Father Muller Medical College Rev. Fr Ajith Menezes,   Administrator of Father Muller Medical College Hospital  Rev. Fr  Rudolph Ravi D’Sa, Vice-Dean Dr Padmaja Udayakumar and Course Coordinator Mr Sudeep Pais, were present on the dais.


The Dean welcomed the gathering. Rev. Fr Rudolph D’Sa welcomed Sr Shruthi with a bouquet of flowers. The courses were inaugurated with lighting of the lamp by the dignitaries. Rev. Fr Ajith Menezes introduced the Chief Guest Sr Shruthi and appreciated her achievements and contributions to the cause of specially abled children.   Sr Shruthi, in her inaugural address, expressed her gratitude to Father Muller Charitable Institutions   and the association that St Agnes Special School has had with FMCI.  She called upon the students to work hard and dedicate their services to healing ministry.  Rev. Fr Richard Coelho in his presidential address expressed his deep sense of gratitude to Sr Maria Shruthi  for her presence on the occasion.  He congratulated the students for having chosen various Allied Health Science Courses at FMCI and also spoke on the importance of Allied Health Science Professionals’ contribution to mainstream Healthcare services.


As a token of appreciation, the Chief Guest was felicitated with a memento. Mr Sudeep Pais, Course Coordinator, Department of Physiotherapy delivered the vote of thanks and thanked all the dignitaries for their presence and support.