National Unity day (also known as Rashtriya Ekta Diwas) is celebrated every year on 31st of October by the people all through India. It is celebrated to commemorate the birth anniversary of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel who really unified the country. Rashtriya Ekta Diwas or National Unity Day was introduced by the Government of India in 2014 with the aim of celebrating this event every year on 31st October. The aim of introducing this event is to pay tribute to the great man, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, on his birth anniversary by remembering his extraordinary works for the country. He really worked hard in keeping India united.
National Unity Day (or Rashtriya Ekta Diwas) is the birthday (birth anniversary) of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel, a famous personality for uniting India. This day was decided and introduced by the central government of India in New Delhi in 2014 in order to observe the birth anniversary of Patel every year as Rashtriya Ekta Diwas. It aimed to pay tribute to him for his great efforts made to unite India.
M/s. Thangam Hospital & Cancer Centre, Namakkal,
M/s. Thangam Hospital & Cancer Centre, Namakkal, Women’s Wing of Namakkal Indian Medical Association, Thangam College of Allied Health Sciences, Namakkal, Mission Pink Health and Namakkal Obstetrical & Gynaecological Society jointly organized a one day Cancer Day Awareness Event held on 4thFebruary 2020 in the venue of NIMA (Namakkal Indian Medical Association) Hall. In this regard, Mrs. P. Usha, Chief Educational Officer, Namakkal district was the chief guest. Dr. R. Kulandaivel, Chief Medical Officer, Thangam Hospital & Cancer Centre presided over the programme.
The details of resource persons were as follows:-
|S.No||Name of the Topic||Name of the Resource Person|
|1||Causes of Cancer||Dr. Saravana Rajamanickam,Consultant, Thoracic Surgical Oncologist,Thangam Hospital, Namakkal|
|2||Breast Cancer||Dr. Aruna Prabhu, Consultant Surgical Oncologist,Thangam Hospital, Namakkal|
|3||Cervical Cancer||Dr. Malliga, Director, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Thangam Hospital, Namakkal|
|4||Lung Cancer||Dr. Deepan Rajamanickam, Consultant Medical Oncologist, Thangam Hospital, Namakkal|
|5||Cancer Treatment – Myths and Facts||Dr. Karthick Rajamanickam, Consultant Radiation Oncologist, Thangam Hospital, Namakkal|
In this regard, the following staff members of our College have actively participated.
|S.No||Name of the Staff||Designation and Department|
|1||Dr. J. Barathi||Assistant Professor in Tamil|
|2||Dr. B. Vishnupriya||Assistant Professor in Tamil|
|3||Dr. R. Pradeepa||Assistant Professor in Tamil|
|4||Mrs. N. Thangamani||Assistant Professor in Chemistry/HOD|
|5||Dr. N. Santhi||Assistant Professor in Chemistry|
|6||Mrs. G.Nithya||Assistant Professor in Commerce|
|7||Dr. S. Devi||Assistant Professor in Economics|
|8||Mrs. M. Umamageswari||Assistant Professor in Commerce|
|9||Mrs. A. Kavitha||Assistant Professor in Computer Science|
|10||Mrs. M. Ranjani||Assistant Professor in Computer Science|
|11||Mrs. C. Divya||Assistant Professor in Mathematics|
|12||Ms. P. Nandhini||Assistant Professor in Mathematics|
|13||Ms. R. Bairavi||Assistant Professor in Physics|
|14||Mrs. R. Sakunthaladevi||Assistant Professor in Physics|
|15||Ms. L. Deepika||Assistant Professor in English|
|16||Mrs. S. Latha||Assistant Professor in English|
|17||Ms. S. Bharathi||Assistant Professor in English|
|18||Mrs. A. Nithya||Directress of Physical Education|
|19||Mrs. D. Prabha||Computer Programmer|
|20||Mrs. P. Sathiya||Library Assistant|
|21||Mr. N.S.Senthilkumar||Assistant Professor in CS/ Administrative Officer|
|22||Dr. M.R. Lakshiminarayanan||Principal|
All the above said participants are greeted.