Ajman: Minister of Higher Education, Information Technology & Biotechnology, Science and Technology of Karnataka, Dr. Ashwath Narayan on Monday visited the Thumbay Medicity here in Ajman, UAE. He was received by the President & Founder of the group Dr. Thumbay Moideen.

According to a press statement from the group, the visit has opened several doors to Thumbay Group and GMU to strengthen the relationship ties with Karnataka in areas of Higher Education, Healthcare & Research.

Also present were the other top officials of the university, Associations & Hospital, They later proceeded to visit Thumbay University Hospital. The Minister was given a guided tour of the entire Thumbay Medicity and Thumbay University Hospital and was introduced to the activities of Thumbay Group.

The Minister was highly impressed by the infrastructure and facilities provided by the management and congratulated President Dr.Thumbay Moideen for having made such remarkable progress in such a short span of time.

The Minister Said “I am proud of Dr. Thumbay Moideen a kan from Karnataka could establish such a big Institution which serves the United Arab Emirates for its Higher Education needs, this a very humble cause and very much needed for this country, Education provides the real strength to build the future of society and the country, Education can change the way we live. Thumbay Group has been fulfilling dreams of many people and providing quality Healthcare creating an impact on society.” We Invite Dr. Thumbay Moideen to Karnataka and Start such an Institution and project which make an impact in Karnataka and assure him all support required.

Thumbay Medicity, Ajman, plays a key role in the advancement of medical education, healthcare, and research. It houses the Gulf Medical University – the region’s leading private medical university, Thumbay University Hospital – the largest private academic hospital in the region, Thumbay Dental Hospital – the first private dental hospital in the country and the largest academic dental hospital in the Middle East region’s private sector, and Thumbay Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Hospital – the biggest state-of-the-art rehabilitation hospital in the country.

Thumbay Medicity also has outlets of Thumbay Pharmacy – including the biggest robotic pharmacy, in addition to the central lab of Thumbay Labs – the biggest CAP-accredited private diagnostic facilities in the region. It also has leisure and hospitality amenities, such as Body & Soul Health Club and Spa, Thumbay Food Court with diverse food brands and cuisines, The Terrace Restaurant, Blends & Brews Coffee Shoppe, with its state-of-the-art facilities and superior amenities, Thumbay Medicity is expected to attract 15,000 visitors daily.

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Bengaluru, Nov 30: Karnataka logged 291 new COVID-19 cases and eight deaths on Tuesday, taking the total number of infections to 29,96,148 and the toll to 38,211.

The day also saw 745 discharges, taking the total number of recoveries in the state so far to 29,51,492, a health department bulletin said. Bengaluru Urban continued to top the list in number of cases (185), as the city saw 654 discharges and 6 deaths.

The total number of active cases is now 6,416.

While the positivity rate for the day stood at 0.47 per cent, the Case Fatality Rate (CFR) was 2.74 per cent.

Behind Bengaluru Urban in number of deaths was Bidar and Mysuru, with one each.

Among the districts where the new cases were reported, Bengaluru Urban accounted for 185, Mysuru 28, Dakshina Kannada 19, Dharwad 9, followed by others.

Bengaluru Urban district headed the list of positive cases with a total of 12,56,452, followed by Mysuru 1,79,771 and Tumakuru 1,21,095.

Among discharges too, Bengaluru Urban was on top with 12,35,281, followed by Mysuru 1,77,102 and Tumakuru 1,19,830.

Cumulatively a total of 5,32,89,808 samples have been tested in the state so far, out of which 61,804 were done on Tuesday alone.

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