Friday, July 30, 2010

96 students graduate from Co-operative Medical College

KOCHI: Minister for Co-operation, G. Sudhakaran, on Friday said that he would be requesting a grant for the professional educational institutes in the co-operative sector so that it would be able to check the commercialisation of professional education.

Speaking after inaugurating the graduation ceremony of the 2004 MBBS batch of the Co-operative Medical College (CMC) at Kalamassery, the Minister said the grant would also help the functioning of the college, which is running at a deficit.

Ninety-six medical graduates of the batch passed out on the day. The Minister also gave away medals to the top two students of the batch.

S.S. Chithra won the best outgoing student award besides the top medal for the first and the final years. Aishwarya P. got the top scoring medal for the second year and the second position in the first and final years of graduation.

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