Mysuru, March 14:- The Skill and Simulation Centre of JSS Academy of Higher Education and Research was held symbolically at the Rajendra Centenary Hall of JSS Medical College here on Saturday (Mar 14).
Secretary of General Medical Council Dr Rajesh Kumar Wats inaugurated the centre symbolically. Seer Shivarathri Deshikendra Swamiji expressed his happiness over starting the centre as the council had asked all medical colleges to have it.
“All the doctors will be taught here before performing surgeries on patients. Equipment are provided here so that the doctors will be able to identify the health issues of the patients. Students of other colleges too can study here,” the seer said.
“Cholera affected India 30-40 years ago. People were frightened. Nowadays, people are having awareness. Discussions are being held on how the coronavirus evolved. Wherever it might have started, but people know that it is dangerous. We have also cancelled the programmes being scheduled for tomorrow and day after tomorrow. People should not think that the virus might be only with those who are coming from foreign countries and should follow what the Health Department suggests,” he added.
JSS Mahavidyapeetha Executive Secretary Dr C G Betsurmath, JSS AHER Pro-Chancellor Dr B Suresh and others were present. (MR/KS)