Saveetha School of Law, Entrepreneurship Development Cell and Department of Management Studies organised SSL Food Street for the blossoming entrepreneurs in the campus on 12th September, 2019.The students explored their business skills at SSL campus. More than ten food businesses with more than 50 items from traditional foods such as Kambu Kulu, Ragi Kulu, Butter Chilli, Tamarind Rice, Fish Fry, Chetinadu Chicken to modern foods such as Pasta, Noodles, French Fries, Flavored Cakes, Sandwiches, etc. Sale of food items was focused in one another perspective also, i.e., from North to South and East to West. It includes Punjabi Paratha, Kolkata Pani Puri, Bhel Puri, Rajasthani & Guajarati Sweets, Tamil Nadu Parambariya Sambar Rice, Biryani and Kerala Avial, etc. The importance of all these foods are not only about its specialty but it is all about, that the above-mentioned food was prepared by our Students themselves. In just two hours, during their course, SSL students generated more than INR 25000 as revenue through selling their products. The sales were unbelievable so the blossoming entrepreneurs felt very happy. This motivated them a lot and their interest towards business took them to the next level. It is not about only business, even they faced their competitors positively. We could see that our students implementing various concepts taught to them from management perspective to entrepreneurship perspective. It is a tough competition between our students. Based on the profit earned, the blossoming entrepreneurs K.Ahalya, Gowri P., Kavya Pradeep and Aswini of second year B.B.A. LL.B. (Hons.) won the ‘Best Entrepreneur’ for their business in the SSL Food Street. The students got real time experience and good exposure towards business. Saveetha School of Law once again proved that it not only concentrates on academics but also respects the other interests of students!!!
MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH KEY FOR SUCCESSFUL NEURO REHABILITATION -MULTIDISCIPLINARY APPROACH KEY FOR SUCCESSFUL NEURO REHABILITATION
Rehabilitation therapists, caretakers, physicians,non‑governmental organisations and societies, who devote their lives to the rehabilitation and care of neurological injuries and diseases, will bear testament to the enthusiasm it takes to care for a paraplegic young patient with minimal hope of recovery. Day in and day out, it is a struggle for these patients to clean and to feed themselves, to get out of bed, and to live.All the while while one’s life, family, and friends fade away.It is imperative to discuss the various facets of rehabilitation for all neurological ailments and injuries, a CME in collaboration with JH Rehabilitation has been held on 21st September 2019 by Saveetha College of Occupational Therapy
29 year RTA patient with floor of the orbit injury underwent surgery using state of the art, Navigation platform – Stryker NAV3itm This is one of the latest navigation systems available, with only few centers in India having access to.
Team from SIPRACS (Saveetha Institute of Plastic, Reconstructive, Aesthetic & Craniofacial surgery) Prof. R.V.M Surya Rao, Dr. Alagar Raja, Dr. Praveen Ganesh, and Dr. S. Naryanamurthy successfully executed the procedure.
Navigation in surgery is an important example of how technological capabilities are revolutionizing surgical care. It is one of the most reliable representatives of futuristic platform with its capacity to transform surgical interventions into precise, safe and less invasive Procedures.
Navigation has numerous applications in the orbitocranial region. It can be used in the following:
This surgery was a part of the initiative with Aravind Eye Hospital to establish a ‘’Centre of Excellence’’ in orbit and related surgeries where patients can get access to advanced surgical procedures like the navigation Platform at affordable price.
Saveetha Medicon 2019 is the first national conference organized and conducted by the Department of General Medicine, SMCH, SIMATS. It was a four days conference conducted from 5th September to 8th September 2019. The conference included guest lectures, oration, workshops, platform presentation- oral and poster presentations.
The conference included the topics useful for both the PG students and the practicing physicians of various parts of India. Various domains of Medicine were covered with all the essential updates in the field of medicine. About 300 delegates attended the conference.
Day one included various guest lectures with oration by Dr. Rohini Handa, Senior Rheumatologist from New Delhi. The oration topic was From Students of Today to Doctors of Tomorrow- How to transition from Knowledge to Wisdom. ECG workshop was conducted by Senior Cardiologist Dr. Chenniappan from Trichy.
Quiz programme was conducted by Dr. Mariraj for all the PGs on day two. Platform presentations - 60 oral and 31 poster presentations were done by various PGs on day three. Prizes were given for various categories in quiz, oral and poster presentation.
On day 4, a hands on workshop as conducted along with the department of simulation and skills lab was conducted for the postgraduates. Eminent faculties from various hospitals were the resource persons for the workshop. 30 participants took part in the program.
The Ist National Conference on CBRN (Chemical, Biological, Radiological & Nuclear) Emergencies and Disaster management was conducted in SIMATS, Thandalam, Chennai on the 9th and 10th of September 2019.
We are all aware about:
Hence, in Saveetha Medical College, it was considered apt to initiate a robust CBRN & Disaster Response Unit, which would have the know-how and skills to decontaminate and manage hazmat emergencies, treat Disaster victims and would be a focal point for reference and succor!
With this idea in mind the initiative was made and we had mentors on board in the conference who are stakeholders in CBRN and disaster management.
Our esteemed Chancellor Dr. N. M. Veeraiyan and our beloved Director Dr. Saveetha Rajesh inaugurated the event. The event cascaded following the initiative triggered by our Vice Chancellor, Prof Rakesh Kumar Sharma who has served previously as the Former Additional Director, Head, Division of CBRN Defense, Institute of Nuclear Medicine and Allied Sciences, New Delhi and facilitated by our Dean through his painstaking efforts.
Among the notable events in this conference were: presentations from Dr T V Ramakrishnan, Chief of ER, SRMC, Chennai, Dr Wasim, Chief of ER, Sundaram Medical Foundation, Chennai, Mr Selvakumar, State Head, EMRI. There was a robust presentation from 108 EMRI, (State sponsored free ambulance), who are the first responders here. We had an outstanding Scientist too on board, Dr. Srinivasan from Kalpakkam Nuclear Plant, who shared with us in a simple manner all about Nuclear particle contamination, demystifying issues, decontamination and management. There was a presentation on ophthalmic Decontamination and management from Dr Anuradha, Professor, Ophthalmology, Saveetha Medical College. Prof. Subbaiah, HOD, Department of Orthopedics, Saveetha Medical College highlighted the management of orthopedic emergencies attendant on CBRN events and Disasters. Prof. Vijaraghavan, Director, Research, SIMATS, spoke on deployment of Auto-injector kits during CBRN Emergencies. Mr Mohan, Advocate, High Court spoke of Disaster management ACT and the Nation's and State's Commitment to Disaster victims. Dr P V Lakshamana Rao, Former Scientist, DRDO spoke on managing Bio terrorism. Psychological and Psychiatric Implications were enlightened by Dr Viruddhagirinathan, Former Head, Clinical Psychology, Madras Medical College, Dr Samuel, Principal, Madras School of Social Work, Egmore, Chennai and Dr Shanthi, Professor, Psychiatry, Saveetha Medical College. Prof. Mahendran, Department of Forensic Medicine, Saveetha Medical College highlighted the forensic science aspects following CBRN events. There also was a " SIM WARS" event where students in 4 teams participated in Simulated disaster situations and prizes given to winning team.
Clinical Toxicologists , Dr Tejas from Ahmadabad and Dr Vivekanshu Verma from Gurgaon, were able to emphasize management of poisoning using innovative Simulations with mannequins, Role Play and Debriefing. Mr Hari Balaji, Disaster consultant, spoke on Private Public partnership during Disasters and stakeholders in Disaster mitigation.
Mock Drill: The NDRF Arakkonam battalion Deputy Commandant Mr J. Vairavanathan, presented on role of NDRF in Disasters in the morning of 10th September and also arranged for a mock drill in the evening.
The Drill was conducted in the college playground by 36 Army personnel. The scenario was a simulated bomb blast ( Dirty Bomb), where a bomb with radioactive material wrapped around it had been supposedly exploded by terrorists to disperse radioactive material over a wide area to inflict harm. The squad arrived with Bleeping alarms, cordoned off the area, demarcating into Hot, Warm and Cold zones. They further donned personal protective equipment to protect against radiation and went into the hot zones with Dosimeters to scan for radiation. They identified and provider first aid to the disaster victims and transported them back to cold zone in the periphery where further, decontamination was done to the " victims" and transportation arranged to the treating hospital. Further, the respondents and rescuers themselves were subjected to decontamination (by showers of water) procedures and wrapped up the Simulation. The events during the simulation was explained by the Deputy commandant using audio systems and loud speakers to the audience who were a mixture of students and staff of Medical, Nursing and AHS colleges. The simulation honed in knowledge and skills involved in rescue operations in a radiation/Nuclear Emergency, wherein demarcation of hot, warm, cold zones, First aid, donning PPEs (Personal Protective Equipment), evacuation, decontamination and transportation were all addressed.
We hope this initiative would have fulfilled its objective by creating trustworthy CBRN & Disaster response Centers in every Medical College /Corporate Hospital, paving way for countless lives to be saved with suffering mitigated by a conscious and responsive response.
The workshop on " Trademark Registration and its Procedure" was conducted by a TRADE MARK Practitioner Advocate R. SATHISH KUMAR High Court Of Madras. who was well versed in the intellectual property topic. The conference was based on the registration of trademark in India. He started with the basics of intellectual property law, and their essential elements. He further explained us about the trademarks and their purpose especially highlighting the distinguishable element of it. Following this, he also acknowledged us regarding what kind of trademarks can be registered and what kind of treatments cannot be registered and their duration. He also shared few examples of trademarks for better understanding. Later on he explained the registration process, the meaning of classes under the Trademarks Act and the manner in which application form need to be submitted. Overall the workshop was very useful and the session was completely an interactive session followed by clarification of doubts.
Saveetha College of Nursing hosts session on reemerging communicable diseases,its management,control &prevention
Department of Community Health Nursing organized, Guest lecture on Health awareness about Vector borne diseases and its prevention. The programme was combined with the IEC team members of Directorate of Public health and preventive medicine, Chennai. The main aim of this guest lecture programme is implementing health awareness programmes and focusing on improving the knowledge of health care has a significant effect on their ability to access affordable care and prevent illness.
The programme with welcome address by Dr.G.Bhuvaneshwri, Asso.Prof, SCON. Dr. K. Durairaj, MBBS, DPH, State Epidemiologist, gave a lecture on reemerging communicable diseases like Diphtheria, Dengue and Swine flu, its Management, control and preventive measures through power point presentation and videos. Followed by, Dr. M. Sekar, MVSC, PhD, State Veterinary consultant, gave health talk with videos about control and management of Rabies. Dr. S. Velmayil, MBBS, District Epidemiologist, and Mr Loganathan showed the live dengue larva to the students. Vote of thanks was delivered by Dr.S.Tamilselvi.