Visit to National Institute of Nutrition, Hydrabad.
Session One: Presentation on facilities available at NIN
Detailed presentation of NIN Facilities by given by Dr.D.Raghunatha Rao, followed by discussion on recent trends and opportunities in the field of Nutritional Sciences.
Students observing Detail presentation on Analytical and Research facilities available at NIN
Session Two: Presentation by research scholar on recent trends in diabetes research
In second session detailed presentation was given by Research scholar on Diabetes Miletus diagnosis and prevention, after complete presentation students had interacted and asked queries regarding his research.
Session three: Visit to NIN Museum
In third session all students had visited NIN Museum which is houses informative charts and posters on nutritional them
Students asking queries regarding research Posters
Students while observing posters in museum
Group Photograph of Students at NIN Gate after complete visit
Industrial visit where students visited ESSILOR 20-20 OPTICS PVT LTD, Hyderabad.
From 18th February 30 student of Optometry had an Industrial visitwhere students visited ESSILOR 20-20 OPTICS PVT LTD, Hyderabad.
A colorful and memorable trip was at ND Studio Karjat
A colorful and memorable trip was organized by MHA, MGMSBS on 22nd February 2019 at ND Studio Karjat.
Visit to International Knowledge Park, Hydrabad.
Session One:Visit to IKP Genome valley by bus and observation of startup companies, detail information was given by Dr.Viswanadham, IKP, Hyderabad.
Session Two:Detail visit was organized by Dr.Viswanadham, for visit and hands on training to various sophisticated analytical Instrumentation facility housed at Genome Valley.
Selected students had performed the experiment for analysis of Plant extract sample on the NMR Instrument
Detailed Analysis of Spectra obtained from the NMR Instrument was taught by technical person operating NMR Spectroscope
Students asked various queries regarding analysis and application part.
NMR Spectroscopy Machine Seen at IKP, Genome valley, Hyderabad
Detailed operational and functional behavior of the machine was taught by Technical team operating ICPMS Machine
Detailed information was given on types of samples analyzed, sample preparation and result interpretation was taught to students by technical Team of IKP, Genome valley.
Detailed operational and functional behavior of the HPLC Column and machine was taught by Technical team operating ICPMS Machine Detailed information was given on types of samples analyzed, sample preparation and result interpretation was taught to students by technical Team of IKP, Genome valley.
Session Three:Visit to Biotechnology Lab for Genome Preservation
Detailed visit of the facilities in the field of biotechnology was conducted in presence of technical team of genome valley with Dr. Wiswanadham.
Facilities observed: Wash area, autoclave, safety shower, eye wash, cold room refrigerators, Millipore water, PCR, fermenter, centrifuge, incubator shaker, polarimeter and other basic equipments reuired in the field of biotechnology
Detailed application of the facility for Genetic modification of microorganisms for production of useful therapeutic products were taught by technical team of biotechnology staff of genome valley
Group Photograph of Students and Biotechnology staff of Genome Valley, IKP, Hyderabad
Session four:Take home message by Dr.Viswanadham:
Dr.Viswanadham, after detailed visit of genome valley facility addressed students regarding goals and objectives of IKP Knowledge park, Hyderabad & how they are harmonizing government schemes in collaboration with BIRAC and BIG to explode the field of Biotechnology Research from past decades.
He also encouraged students regarding writing of proposals for funding support and incubation of ideas in the field of biotechnology which has potential to impact socio-economic factors. IKP will assist student entrepreneurs financially as well as technically for startup.
Group Photograph taken at International Knowledge Park
Visit Karnala Sanctuary
The visit to Karnala bird sanctuary was done by the PSM dept, this included the students of MBBS, Physiotherapy and MGM school of Biomedical Sciences. The total number of students that attended this event was around 306 including the coordinators of MBBS, Physiotherapy and School of Biomedical Sciences. The students could see many different types of birds that were there, some of them are Peacock, peahen, parrots, Rabbit etc. It was a fun trip for the student and they enjoyed it a lot.