Kuwait: Dr. Amir Ahmed is elected as the New President of Indian Doctors Forum (IDF) 

Kuwait: Indian Doctors Forum (IDF), a prestigious sociocultural association of Indian Doctors for the welfare and well being of the fellow Indian Doctors working in Kuwait recently elected Dr. Amir Ahmed as the new President for the year 2020-22.

IDF was established in the year 2004 and is affiliated to the Medical Association, Kuwait. They have more than 500 Indian doctors working in the Ministry and Private Hospitals and clinics.  IDF has conducted hundreds of free medical camps in Kuwait for the benefit of the Indian residents and others.  During COVID-19, IDF has conducted free medical consultation camps, counselling and webinars were arranged in collaboration with several Indian Associations in Kuwait for the benefit of the people.

The following Doctors have been elected as the new office bearers for the year 2020-22.

Dr. Amir Ahmed, President

Dr. Sajna Mohammed, Vice President

Dr. Sunil Yadav, Vice President

Dr. Nazim Parker, Gen. Secretary

Dr. Anila Antony, Joint Gen. Secretary

Dr. Jagannath, Treasurer

Dr. Asit Mohanty, Joint Treasurer

Dr. Susovana Sujith, Community Welfare Secretary

Dr. Burhan Shabbir, Joint Community Welfare Secretary

Dr. Aparna Bhat, Cultural Secretary

Dr. Thomas Koshy, Joint Cultural Secretary

Dr. Shahed Pathan, Membership Secretary

Dr. Mehboob Khan, Joint Membership Secretary

Dr. Rajaguru Parmaguru, Web Secretary

Dr. Arti Chadha, Joint Web Secretary

Indian Doctors Forum (IDF), Kuwait has received the Pravasi Bharateeya Samman Award in 2013 from Late President Shri Hon. Pranab Mukherjee, the ultimate recognition by  Govt. of India conferred for a NRI organization overseas.

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Bengaluru: Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister, Dr. Ashwath Narayan on Friday confirmed that the state government has decided to reopen Degree and Engineerng Colleges in the state from November 17.

He was speaking to media reporters after attending a meeting at the CM’s house office, chaired by Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa to discuss resumption of colleges in the state.

He added that in the first phase Degree, Engineering and Diploma Colleges will be resumed and attendance for the students will not be mandatory. Furthermore, the students will also have an option to attend classes online and not necessarily attend classes physically.