Spreading the message of cleanliness among students and surrounding areas. A series of programmes were conducted with wholesome participation of students and staff of MGPGI. The programmes were successfully conducted under the guidance of Prof. Dr. V. Ramesh,MDS, Dean, valuable support of Associate Deans, active participation of faculty members and students.
Clean Campus Day : All students participated in cleaning MGPGI Campus on 07.09.2017:
Clean Mess Day : All Hostel students participated in cleaning MGPGI Campus on 08.09.2017:
Clean Hostel Day : All students participated in cleaning MGPGI Campus on 09.09.2017:
Essay Contest on "Innovative ways for spreading the message of Hygiene : Sstudents participated in the contest at Examination Hall, AD Block on 11.09.2017:
Cleanest Hostel Room Contest : Cleanest Gents & Ladies hostel rooms were selected on 11.09.2017:
Clean Surroundings Day : All students participated in cleaning of roads leading to MGPGI Campus on 13.09.2017:
Elocution Contest on "Health & Hygiene is the real Welath" : Held at Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Hall on 14.09.2017:
Green Campus Day : All students and staff participated in Saplings Plantation Programme on 05.12.2017:
Closing ceremony for distribution of prizes and certificates for participants : Held at Dr. Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan Hall on 14.12.2017:
International Yoga Day-2017 : In commemoration of International Yoga Day, an activity of Yogasana Demonstration & Training was conducted on 21st June, 2017. A total of 43 UG students and staff members were actively participated in the programme.
Dental Camp for Hemophilia Patients : A camp was organised by MGPGI in association with Hemophilia Society, Pondicherry Chapter on 28th April 2017. It was inaugurated by the Chief Guest Dr. V. Ramesh, MDS, Dean, in the presence of Dr. P. Nalini, President of Hemophilia Society, Pondicherry Chapter, Dr. M. Jonathan Daniel, MDS, Associate Dean (Academic), Dr. V. Arun Prasad Rao, MDS, Professor, MGPGI and Dr. Prakash Rao, Additional Director (Retd.), Central Homeopathic Research Institute. A total of 79 hemophilia patients which included 35 children and 44 adults benefited from the dental screening camp.