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Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS), Nashik, Maharashtra
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Mhasrul, Dindori Road
Gangapur Road, Anandvalli
Nashik
Maharashtra, India
Pin Code : 422004


Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS), Nashik Maharashtra is a University recognised by UGC.
Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) is situated in Nashik of Maharashtra state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Fax # of Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS), Nashik Maharashtra is 0253-2531836, 2539195, 344343, 2539100.

Residence Phone No(s) of concerned peron(s) of Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS), Nashik Maharashtra is (are) : 2539130.

email ID(s) is Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) Nashik Maharashtra

Website of Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS), Nashik Maharashtra is www.muhsnashik.com.

Vice Chancellor : vc@muhsnashik.com.


Contact Details of Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS), Nashik Maharashtra are : Telephone: +91-253-2531837, 340271, 72, 345599
Pin : 422013
Phone: +91-253-2531835
email: vc@muhsNasik.com



Courses

Courses Conducted
Under-Graduate Courses

* MBBS
* BDS
* BAMS
* BUMS
* BHMS
* GRADE BHMS
* BPTH
* BOTH
* BPO
* B.Sc Nursing/Basic B.Sc Nursing
* BASLP
* B.Sc HLS

Post-Graduate Courses
Medical Faculty
* M.D. (General Medicine)
* M.D. (Pathology)
* M.D. (Microbiology)
* M.D. (Pharmacology)
* M.D. (Community Medicine / Preventive and Social Medicine)
* M.D. (Paediatrics)
* M.D. (Radio-Diagnosis)
* M.D. (Psychiatry)
* M.D. (Dermatology, Venereology and Leprosy)
* M.D. (Biochemistry)
* M.D. (Forensic Medicine)
* M.D. (Tuberculosis and Respiratory Medicine)
* M.D. (Physiology)
* M.D. (Anaesthesiology)
* M.D. (Radio-Therapy)
* M.D. (Anatomy)
* M.D. (Hospital Administration)
* M.S. (General Surgery)
* M.S. (Ophthalmology)
* M.S. (Otorhinolaryngology)
* M.S. (Orthopaedics)
* M.S. (Obstetrics and Gynaecology)
* D.M. (Cardiology)
* D.M. (Neurology)
* D.M. (Nephrology)
* D.M. (Medical Gastroenterology)
* D.M. (Endocrinology)
* D.M. (Clinical Pharmacology)
* D.M. (Neonatology)
* D.M. (Clinical Haematology)
* D.M. (Medical Oncology)
* M.Ch. (Urology)
* M.Ch. (Paediatric Surgery)
* M.Ch. (Cardio Vascular and Thoracic Surgery)
* M.Ch. (Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery)
* M.Ch. (Neuro Surgery)
* M.Ch. (Surgical Oncology)
* M.Ch. (Surgical Gastroenterology)
* P.G. Diploma in Dermatology, Venereology and Leprosy (DDVL)
* P.G. Diploma in Psychiatry (D.P.M.)
* P.G. Diploma in Child Health (D.C.H.)
* P.G. Diploma in Radio Diagnosis (D.M.R.D.)
* P.G. Diploma in Anaesthesialogy (D.A.)
* P.G. Diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology (D.G.O.)
* P.G. Diploma in Public Health (D.P.H.)
* P.G. Diploma in Forensic Medicine (D.F.M.)
* P.G. Diploma in Tuberculosis and Chest Diseases (D.T.C.D.)
* P.G. Diploma in Orthopaedics (D.Ortho.)
* P.G. Diploma in Otorhinolaryngology (D.L.O.)
* P.G. Diploma in Ophthalmology (D.O.)
* P.G. Diploma in Clinical Pathology (D.C.P.)
* P.G. Diploma in Diabetology (D.D.)
* P.G. Diploma in Hospital Administration (D.H.A.)
* P.G. Diploma in Marine Medicine (D.M.M.)
* P.G. Diploma in Radiation Medicine (D.R.M.)
* M.Sc. (Medical Biochemistry)
* D.M.L.T.

Dental Faculty
* M.D.S. (Prosthodontics)
* M.D.S. (Conservative Dentistry)
* M.D.S. (Community Dentistry)
* M.D.S. (Periodontics)
* M.D.S. (Paedodontics and Preventive Dentistry)
* M.D.S. (Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery)
* M.D.S. (Orthodontics)
* M.D.S. (Oral Medicine and Radiology)
* M.D.S. (Oral Pathology),

Ayurveda/Unani Faculty
Ayurveda Courses
* Preliminary M.D./M.S. Ayurved
* M.D. Ayurveda (Ayurveda Samhita)
* M.D. Ayurveda (Ayurveda Samhita - Sushrut Samhita)
* M.D. Ayurveda (Ayurveda Samhita - Ashtang Sangrahashtangrudhayo)
* M.D. Ayurveda (Ayurveda Sidhanta)
* M.D. Ayurveda (Rachna Sharir)
* M.D. Ayurveda (Kriya Sharir)
* M.D. Ayurveda (Dravya Guna Vigyana)
* M.D. Ayurveda (Ras Shastra)
* M.D. Ayurveda (Bhaishajya Kalpana)
* M.D. Ayurveda (Kaumar Bhritya - Bala Roga)
* M.D. Ayurveda (Kayachikitsa)
* M.D. Ayurveda (Swastha Vritta)
* M.D. Ayurveda (Rog Nidan)
* M.D. Ayurveda (Panchkarma)
* M.D. Ayurveda (Agad Tantra avum Vidhi vaidyaka)
* M.D. Ayurveda (Sangyaharana)
* M.D. Ayurveda (Chhaya avum Vikiran Vigyan)
* M.D. Ayurveda (Vikruti Vidnyan)
* M.S. Ayurveda (Prasuti Tantra and Stri Roga)
* M.S. Ayurveda (Shalya Tantra)
* M.S. Ayurveda (Shalakya Tantra)
* M.D. Ayurveda (Mano Vigyan avum Manas Roga)

Unani Courses
* Preliminary M.D./M.S. Unani (Moalijat)
* Preliminary M.D./M.S. (Tahaffuzi-Wa-Samaji Tibb) Unani
* M.D. Unani (Amraz-E-Dimagh-Wa-Asab)
* M.D. Unani (Hifzan-E-Sehat)
* M.D. Unani (Kulliyat-Wa-Mahiyat-Ul-Amraz)
* M.D. Unani (Ilmul Advia)
* M.D. Unani (Ilmul Qabalat Wa Amraze Niswan)
* M.D. Unani (Moalijat)
* M.D. Unani (Moanafe-Ul-Aza)
* M.D. Unani (Jarahiyat)
* M.D. Unani (Tashreeh)

Homoeopathy Faculty
* M.D. Hom. (Regular) - Part I
* M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Organon of Medicine with Homoeopathic Philosophy)
* M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Homoeopathic Materia Medica)
* M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Homoeopathic Repertory)
* M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Homoeopathic Pharmacy)
* M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Practice of Medicine)
* M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Paediatrics)
* M.D. Hom. (Regular) (Psychiatry)
* M.D. Hom. (External) (Organon of Medicine with Philosophy)
* M.D. Hom. (External) (Homoeopathic Materia Medica)
* M.D. Hom. (External) (Homoeopathic Repertory)

Allied Health Sciences Faculty
Nursing
* First M.Sc. Nursing
* M.Sc. Nursing (Community Health Nursing)
* M.Sc. Nursing (Medical Surgical Nursing: Cardio Vascular and Thorasic Nursing)
* M.Sc. Nursing (Medical Surgical Nursing: Critical Care Nursing)
* M.Sc. Nursing (Medical Surgical Nursing: Oncology Nursing)
* M.Sc. Nursing (Medical Surgical Nursing: Neurosciences Nursing)
* M.Sc. Nursing (Medical Surgical Nursing: Nephro-Urology Nursing)
* M.Sc. Nursing (Medical Surgical Nursing: Orthopedic Nursing)
* M.Sc. Nursing (Medical Surgical Nursing: Gastro-Enterology Nursing)
* M.Sc. Nursing (Obstetric and Gynaecological Nursing)
* M.Sc. Nursing (Paediatric [Child Health] Nursing)
* M.Sc. Nursing (Mental [Psychiatric] Health Nursing)

Physiotherapy
* M.P.Th. (Musculoskeletal Sciences)
* M.P.Th. (Neurosciences)
* M.P.Th. (Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences)
* M.P.Th. (Community Medical Sciences)

Occupational Therapy
* M.O.Th. (Musculoskeletal Sciences)
* M.O.Th. (Neurosciences)
* M.O.Th. (Developmental Disabilities)
* M.O.Th. ( Mental Health Sciences)
* M.O.Th. (Cardiovascular and Respiratory Sciences)
* M.O.Th. (Community Medical Sciences)
* M.O.TH. (CSM)

Audiology
* M.A.S.L.P. Part-I
* M.A.S.L.P. Part-II (Audiology)
* M.A.S.L.P. Part-II (Speech Pathology)
* M.A.S.L.P. Part-II

Prosthetics
* M.Sc. (Prosthetics and Orthotics)

University Campus Conducted Courses
* M.Sc. Pharmaceutical Medicine

Profile of Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS)

Introduction
Maharashtra University Of Health Sciences (MUHS) is located in Nashik District, Maharashtra, India. The university was established on 3 June 1998 by the state Government of Maharashtra through an ordinance. The State Legislature passed Maharashtra University of Health Sciences Act 1999 (Act No X) and received the assent of the Governor, in the Maharashtra Government Gazette on 21 January, 1999. The University was declared open by the Governor of Maharashtra on June 10, 1998 and all colleges and institutions imparting education in health science in the state of Maharashtra have been affiliated to this new university under Section 6(3) of the Act.[1]

The University has been established for the purpose of ensuring proper and systematic instruction, teaching, training and research in modern medicine and Indian Systems of Medicine in the State of Maharashtra. Within 3yrs of formation a committee was formed in year 2000 by the Government Of Maharashtra to review the progress of the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences and to recommend measures for modifying its functions and responsibilities in the light of the new challenges faced by the university.

The committee, headed by cardiologist B K Goyal, had been appointed to review the university's performance and had been asked to submit a report within three months. The committee included Dr Snehlata Deshmukh, vice-chancellor of the University of Mumbai, N C Chawla, vice-chancellor of the University of Punjab, Sharad Hardikar from Pune University and former medical education secretary Kiran Baroi.The Committee had recommended that the MUHS be closed down or be entrusted only with research and non-academic activities.[2] The Committee recommendation was never implemented and the MUHS continued to function, and it has moved from its rented premises to its own premises in 2005. The is allowed to conduct only Graduate courses in allopathy and Indian system of medicine. The task of conducting Post-Graduate courses still rests with the various local university as prior to the establishment of MUHS.

Profile of University
Maharashtra University of Health Sciences has been founded on 21st January 1999. Currently it is the leading medical university with six faculties and about 200 institutions recognized by this university. Nearly 11,000 students take admissions per year to its affiliated institutions; out of those 4500 candidates come out with MBBS degrees.

Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS), located at Nasik, was established in 1998 by the state Government of Maharashtra. The State Legislature passed Maharashtra University of Health Sciences Act 1999 and received the assent of the Governor, as published in the Maharashtra Government Gazette in 1999. The University was declared open by the Governor of Maharashtra in 1998.

Incepted in 1998, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS), Nashik has been imparting proper and systematic instruction, teaching, training and research in modern medicine and Indian systems of medicine in the state of Maharashtra. The institute has made consistent progress since it came into being. The state legislature passed Maharashtra University of Health Sciences Act 1999. All colleges and institutions imparting education in health science in Maharashtra are affiliated to the university.

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Media coverage of Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS), Nashik Maharashtra, Maharashtra

State expects a high-five from VCs

Mumbai: The resignation of some senior academicians within a year of them taking over the post has prompted the state higher and technical education ministry to come up with measures to ensure that vice-chancellors of state universities do not quit in a hurry. The ministry plans to introduce a bond for vice-chancellors that will make it compulsory for them to serve their entire tenure of five years. The move comes after Pune University vice-chancellor RK Shegaonkar quit the post within a year-and-a-half of taking over and joined IIT-Delhi as director. Ministry officials also said that appointing a vice-chancellor is a lengthy and tedious process and that a sudden vacancy leads to problems.

It takes at least six months to appoint a vice-chancellor. The state government appoints an expert panel to interview the candidates and then places advertisements in newspapers inviting applicants. The panel meets the worthy applicants and sends its recommendations to the governor who also interviews the potential candidates. It is only after these steps that a vice-chancellor is appointed.The state government now wants a five-year commitment from vice-chancellors.

We havent taken a final call but plan to introduce a five-year bond for vice-chancellors soon. Appointing a vice-chancellor is a tedious process and we dont wish to do it every year. The resignation of some vice-chancellors within a year or two of their appointment left us in the lurch. We dont want such a thing to repeat, said DP Sawant, minister of state for higher and technical education.

Mumbai University vice-chancellor Dr Rajan Welukar said no such provision exists in the country but he understands the rationale behind the ministrys proposal. Senior academicians must inform the authorities at least three months before they decide to quit to ensure that work is not affected, he said.
Vice-chancellor of the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik, Dr Arun Jamkar, supports the ministrys plan. Such a provision is needed to an extent because if a person leaves the post midway, the education department has to go through a time-consuming process to appoint a new vice-chancellor. It hampers the growth and development of the university as well. If everybody understands their responsibilities, there will be no need to sign such a bond, he said.

MUHS cancels affiliation of 75 colleges

NASHIK: The Nashik-based Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) has rejected the applications for renewal of affiliation of 75 colleges teaching various disciplines of medical science.

The vice chancellor of MUHS, Dr Arun Jamkar, told reporters on Thursday that the varsity has taken the step as these colleges failed to fulfil the criteria for imparting medical education to students.Jamkar said that all the 280 colleges affiliated to MUHS under various disciplines of medical science have to seek renewal. These colleges have to fulfil the prescribed criteria, including staff strength, course compliance, educational infrastructure and facilities provided.

The immediate fallout of the MUHS move is that these colleges cannot take fresh admissions. Students seeking admissions should check the varsity website, www.muhsnashik.com, to ensure that their desired institute figures in the list of affiliated colleges, Jamkar said.

A committee appointed by the MUHS visits the colleges to examine whether the criteria have been met or not. The panel then submits a report to the varsity, which is discussed in the academic council before granting affiliation, he said.
According to him, the varsity had received many complaints from parents and students studying in different colleges. Moreover, the officer of the chancellor of the varsity has been stressing on improving the quality of medical education. All these factors were discussed at the academic council meeting, which decided to take a policy decision on granting affiliation based on fulfilment of basic criteria, Jamkar said.
Initially, 122 colleges that failed to fulfil the criteria were given three months time to make amends. Of these, 47 colleges fulfilled the criteria and became eligible for renewal of affiliation, Jamkar said.

The colleges whose affiliation were cancelled include five dental colleges, 10 Ayurveda and Unani colleges, six homeopathy colleges, 11 physiotherapy colleges, four occupational therapy colleges, 26 basic nursing colleges, 10 post-basic nursing colleges, and three Bachelor in Audiology and Speech, Language Pathology (BASLP) colleges.

Errant medical colleges agree to meet standards

Nashik-Pune: Of the 75 colleges of various disciplines of medical sciences whose applications for renewal were rejected by the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS), 16 are from Mumbai and four from Pune.

These colleges impart education in disciplines like homeopathy, nursing, dentistry, physiotherapy and occupational therapy. The admission process to medical science colleges ends on September 15.The vice chancellor of the varsity, Dr Arun Jamkar said these colleges have been given a months time to meet the criteria for renewal of affiliation. Some of these colleges are already in the process of fulfilling the criteria. If we are satisfied, the renewal of affiliation would be granted by MUHS, he added.The varsity on July 28 had announced that it had rejected the applications for renewal of affiliation of 75 colleges as they failed to meet the criteria to impart education. It has cautioned students seeking admissions to check the list of the affiliated colleges from the varsity website, www.muhsnashik.com.Jamkar said the academic council of MUHS has decided to get all the colleges accredited under National Assessment and Accreditation Council (Naac). The decision will be communicated to the colleges.Jamkar said the academic council of MUHS has decided to get all the colleges accredited under National Assessment and Accreditation Council (Naac). The decision will be communicated to the colleges.

BMC steps in to curb drug misuse

Mumbai: In keeping with the World Health Organisation (WHO) theme for 2011 of antimicrobial resistance (AMR), the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has planned a host of measures to spread the message.Firstly, the civic body will warn citizens against the intake of antibiotics for cough, cold and types of diarrhoea. Dr GT Ambe, executive health officer, BMC, said, We are already witnessing the fallout of irrational antibiotic use with many developing multi-drug resistance. People pop pills even for an ordinary cold and cough. Most times, they force doctors to put them on antibiotics for speedy recovery.

The corporation plans to spread awareness on the use of antibiotics via posters. It has also sent guidelines to general physicians. Along with our team from medical colleges, we have set a standard treatment protocol as per WHO recommendations, said Dr Ambe.An increasing number of bacteria are becoming resistant to common antibiotics. In addition, many bacteria are becoming resistant to all known antibiotics. This condition is known as multi-resistance, and is generally described as one of the most significant future threats to public health.The Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) is also conducting research to replace or reduce dependence on allopathic drugs for common ailments. Arun Jamkar, vice-chancellor of MUHS, said, Ayurvedic colleges across Pune and Nashik will soon conduct clinical trials to test the efficacy of Ayurveda-based medicines in routine treatments. We are not trying to combat allopathy, but evolve a holistic system of medicine. This can also reduce the burden of treatment on allopathic medicines and reduce the problem of drug resistance.

Court reprieve for 28 interns of dental college

Twenty-eight interning doctors who faced mid-term expulsion from Government Dental College, got a reprieve from the Bombay High Court on Tuesday. On March 19, the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) cancelled orders allowing the 28 dental degree holders to do their compulsory internship at Government Dental College after protests from local interns.

The protesting interns stopped work in February demanding that all interning doctors from outside the state be sent back to their respective colleges. They alleged that MUHS had broken a rule of allowing only 15 per cent externs in the internship transfer programme.

A division bench of Justice J.N. Patel and Justice Ashok Bhangale, on Tuesday, not only ordered the state government to allow them to complete their compulsory one-year internship but also directed the dean of Government Dental College to take stern action in case any further protests take place in the compound of St George Hospital where the Dental College is located.

Eight interns, who had been asked to leave the internship half way, had approached the high court challenging the action. Their lawyer V.M. Thorat said their permission to complete internship at Government Dental College was cancelled only at the instance of protestors.

The division bench accepted the contention after the dean filed an affidavit, claiming there were enough seats to accommodate local as well as outside students for internship.Rules framed by Dental Council of India says degrees are conferred upon students and they are enrolled as dentists only after completing the one-year internship, which can be completed in any recognised dental college.

Health university plans emergency care training

NASHIK: The Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) here has decided to impart basic emergency care training to as many people as possible against the backdrop of the upcoming Kumbh Mela, which will see lakhs of devotees coming here, to take a holy dip in the Godavari.

MUHS, in association with the district collectorate, recently organized a workshop on disaster management. MUHS vice-chancellor Dr Arun Jamkar said many devotees would be coming to Nashik for the 12-yearly Kumbh Mela. While the administration will take steps to ensure proper planning of the religious affair, the university plans to come up with a disaster management model so that all are aware of what needs to be done in case of a disaster. He said the varsity would later include government and semi-government employees in the workshops.

Dr Sanjeev Bhoi, director of the basic emergency care course programme, said proper handling of disasters helps save many lives.Assistant commissioner of police Ramesh Gaikwad too said the health varsity would play a major role in planning for the mela. He said the administration will have a challenging job at hand.

Police officials, employees of the government and semi-government departments and officials and employees of the university attended the workshop. Experts from fields connected to emergency wound care, trauma management, snake and animal bites and other special scenarios guided participants at the workshop.

Students of Maharashtra University of Health Sciences demand second revaluation

NASHIK: The students of Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery (BHMS) and Bachelor of Ayurvedic Medicine and Surgery (BAMS) at Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) demanded on Tuesday that another round of revaluation of their exam papers be conducted by the university.

On Tuesday students of Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) studying BAMS and BHMS demanded that their exam papers that were already revaluated be once again sent for revaluation.

The students had silently protested within the university campus since morning.

But at around 4.30 pm today the students called Nandan Bhaskare, an NCP activist of the partys youth wing and they stopped the vice- chancellors vehicle demanding that he make a promise before all the students that the papers be revaluated once again. The Panchavati police arrested 34 students alongwith the Bhaskare but released them immediately.

Vinod Govindwar, a student said, We are demanding a challenge revaluation, which means checking our revaluated papers once again. Revaluation of only second phase of BHMS exams and an old batch of BAMS exams has been declared. Regular exams will begin in ten days. Those who have been given an ATKT (Allowed to Keep Term) but have not yet got their results ,are worried.

The students are demanding their revaluated papers be checked again because they feel that after revaluation they have failed by just a mark or two and that they would pass if it is checked again.

Sharadkumar Khandilakar, another student said, Students feel that the revaluation has not been done properly. The next exams will begin on May 22 and students feel that if their papers are revaluated once again they could pass. At present they have failed by a mark or two. Since there is not much time for the exams, we have also demanded that the exams be postponed but the vice chancellor said that it is a long procedure and it has to be discussed with the faculty dean. He however gave a positive response on revaluating the papers once again.

But MUHS authorities said that it would not be possible to revaluate the papers once again. Moroever for getting a go-ahead on exam postponement, the governor and many other concerned individuals would have to be approached.

Vice Chancellor of MUHS, Dr Arun Jamkar said, After the revaluation 13% of the students who applied for revaluation had passed. On the delay, he said that 55,000 students studying in the university had applied for revaluation. We create doctors, so it is important to us that they be evaluated properly. Most of the time, the result of the revaluation is declared on the day of the next exam. Moreover, there is still 15 days for the exams of the next semester to begin.

The authorities also expressed doubt about revaluating the papers that had already been revaluated also ruled out the possibility of the postponement of exams.

Nashik health varsity awarded $2, 50,000

Nashik-based Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) has been awarded $2, 50,000 jointly with the Michigan University based in United States under the Obama-Singh Knowledge Initiative. It has become Indias first medical university to bag the prestigious award launched in 2009.

The grant is meant for joint development of a masters degree programme in education for medical profession faculty in the United States and India. The grant will be utilised to develop the programme that would address the educational needs of the faculty in the medical profession, including public health, nursing, medicine, dentistry, pharmacy, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and Indian systems of medicine, said Dr Arun Jamkar, vice-chancellor of MUHS.

Jamkar added that while the faculty members hold their positions by virtue of their expertise in their

disciplinary domains, they typically do not have any

training in educational methods, assessment of learner performance, programme evaluation, curriculum design, or educational research and scholarship. Principle

investigators for this programme are Dr Larry D Gruppen of University of Michigan and Dr Payal Bansal of MUHS.


US university awards $250,000 to Maharashtra University of Health Sciences

NASHIK: The Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) has been awarded $250,000 (approximately Rs 1.37 crore) by University of Michigan under the Obama-Singh 21st Century Knowledge Initiative, said vice-chancellor of MUHS, Dr Arun Jamkar.
In 2009, US president Barack Obama and prime minister Manmohan Singh had, in a meeting, decided to increase international cooperation by promoting education. The two nations had together raised $500,000 for the purpose of which $250,000 was awarded to MUHS this year.


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