Published On: Sun, Jul 31st, 2016

Jharkhand Chief Minister Inaugurated College of Nursing, Mobile Eye Surgical Unit Inaugurated at TMH, Jamshedpur

harkhandJamshedpur: Chief Minister of Jharkhand Shri Raghubar Das today inaugurated the College of Nursing and also the MESU (Mobile Eye Surgical Unit) Project at the Tata Main Hospital, Jamshedpur. Also present on the occasion were Shri. Bidyut Baran Mahato (M.P, Jamshedpur), Shri. Saryu Rai (Minister for Parliamentary Affairs, Food, Public Distribution & Consumer Affairs (Govt. of Jharkhand), Padma Bhushan Dr.S.S.Badrinath and Dr.P.Rajesh from Sankara Netralaya, Mr.Anand Sen (President TQM & Steel Business, Tata Steel Mr.Sunil Bhaskaran (Vice President Corporate Services, Tata Steel), Air Marshal (Dr) Rajan Chaudhry (Retd) GM Medical Services, Tata Steel, Mr.R.Ravi Prasad, President Tata Workers Union and Mr.Dinda and Mr.Tunnu Choudhary besides other officials and medical staff members.

Speaking on the occasion, Shri Das said, “ The MESU project will first be launched in Chaibasa and if successful, it will be implemented in the whole of Jharkhand.” He welcomed Dr.Badrinath to Jamshedpur and Jharkhand and requested him to see the possibilities of setting up of unit of Sankara Netralaya at Ranchi. He mentioned about other medical initiatives being taken by the Govt. and said that in the next 4-5 years Jharkhand will become a healthy Jharkhand.

Mr.Bidyut Baran Mahato spoke about the concern of the Chief Minister about a year back on how to reach medical care to villages and said that today, his wish was being fulfilled. He thanked Tata Steel for working with the Govt on such projects. Mr.Saryu Rai spoke about the benefits of nursing and said that today nursing was important not only in hospitals but also in homes. He congratulated the State Govt and Tatas for this venture. Dr.Badrinath spoke on how each patient today spends more time in care of nurses and hence this profession was requiring more and more competent people. On the MESU project he said that this was a complication free process and a good way to tackle the issue of blindness where major cause is cataract.
Earlier, Mr.Sunil Bhakaran welcomed the guests and thanked the Chief Minister for his support which had made the two projects possible in a short time. Air Marshal (Dr) Rajan Chaudhry (Retd) GM Medical Services, Tata Steel proposed a vote of thanks.

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