New team of Mysore Obstetrics and Gynaecological Society
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New team of Mysore Obstetrics and Gynaecological Society

April 24, 2022

The new office-bearers of Mysore Obstetrics and Gynaecological Society (MOGS),    Mysuru, for the year 2022-23 were elected recently. Seen are (sitting from left) Dr. Anjali Siddesh, Dr. R. Sudha, Dr. N. Pushpalatha (Secretary), Dr. Roopa Prakash (President), Dr. Swetha V. Padaki (Treasurer), Dr. S. Vijayalakshmi, Dr. Ambarisha Bhandiwad; (standing from left) Dr. Mythreyi, Preethi, Dr. Sushma V. Dev, Dr. Prakash B. Savanur, Dr. K.B. Suma, Dr. N.S. Praveen, Dr. M.B. Asha and Dr. Sonia Mandappa. The first Executive Committee meeting of MOGS was held at a private hotel in city on April 16.

13 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “New team of Mysore Obstetrics and Gynaecological Society”

  1. Veda says:

    Wow..Happy to see All the gems of Mysore Silks..💖💖💖with beautiful Smiles..😍😍💓💓 together..
    Let the patients be benefited by this dedicated group of Good Health Services.🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏👍👍

  2. Veda says:

    Bytheway are you testing our mathematical skill for the qualifying comments??

  3. Nandini says:

    Private healthcare in private hospitals means these OBGs fleece patients. India follows the American healthcare model, based on private healthcare, so that the doctor get rich, no matter whether they diagnose or treat properly, and patients I Know-my relatives were left with no savings in their banks.
    Unlike in America, where one could get the best consultations and treatments, because the doctors there-the American-born ones, are very good, and get their degrees by entering the medical schools based on merit, not like through the hefty capitation feed in most medical colleges in Mysore/India. ; the speciality needs very good knowledge and skills,
    When the OBG doctors in Mysore mess things up, which are very often, those who can afford go to Singapore for corrective surgeries or treatments, as they have a world class group of specialists in their excellent hospitals., I know quite a few cases, some of them were my relatives-I helped a few of them with their fees in Singapore hospitals
    Hopefully, the impending expansion of Mysore airport ,bringing in the Boeing 738/A 320, will have Singapore Air lines Jetliners operating their services, , so that those women who are let down by Mysore doctors, can take the direct flight to Singapore with just one-stop.

  4. Roopini says:

    This comment is for Nandini
    Its high time that we Indians stop glorifying Foreigners who have studied MBBS which is descended from greek medicine which itself is copied from ayurveda the age old science of India in the times of Alexander of 300bc

  5. Nandini says:

    Just read properly what I posted, and realise that I am commenting on the quality of the OBG doctors. You need to learn to read and understand.
    As for the other aspects of your post, you are writing nonsense. Next time, you have a health problem which needs an operation, go to your Ayurvedic doctor!
    Let me correct your English: “”Its high time that we Indians stopped”. That is grammar.
    BTW, I do not live in India, and hence I get a good quality doctor here in my city in the West.

  6. Shankar says:

    It is not at all unusual for Indians to denigrate fellow Indians around the globe and praise the light-skin individuals. We need to be reminded that ‘bad apples’ are present in both the groups.

  7. Nandini says:

    Wait until you are fleeced by these OBG doctors, left almost dying and then have to seek help abroad to survive.
    The reasons why you have so many bad apples there is because of your reservations based on caste to medical colleges which do not consider merit and plenty of private medical colleges where you need lakhs of Rupees not merit to get into. I know India,/Mysore but it appears you do not know the quality of doctors in the West. Why then your ministers go abroad for treatment?
    Nest time, you go to a hospital in Mysore, pray for Chamundeshwari, and then go!

  8. Shantala says:

    @Roopini and @Shanker
    Wonderful to know that you have such a faith in your doctors in Mysore!
    When Nibhaya, the poor woman in New Delhi, a few years ago, was raped and mauled by thugs there, the AIIMS, the arguably the best national hospital in New Delhi, could not treat her, and sent her by private plane to Singapore? What was that for?
    When Jayalalithaa , Tamil Nadu CM became very ill and admitted to Apollo Hospital in Chennai, they brought in an English specialist and a team of Singapore doctors. What was that for\?
    All you have there are doctors who entered medical colleges through SC/ST/Backward caste reservations. I would co sider them all as bad apples.
    Those with a rare exception of getting entry because of merit and become doctors, leave India.
    Whhen Shatabdi Express was introduced first, most of the passengers for weeks were the patients from Mysore, let down by Mysore doctors, who were going to the CMC Hospital in Vellore. The journey then became easier.
    I agree that when the Mysore airport gets expanded and takes in Jet aircraft like A320, you will see Singapore Airlines operating there. You will see rich Mysoreans, perhaps even you going to Singapore for medical treatment. That will be an excellent things that comes out of this airport expansion.
    Before any Indian doctors are accepted in the West, they have to go through rigorous examinations to validate their medical knowledge.

  9. Mann Ki Baat, Bisi Bele Baat! says:

    You have dark skin Eswarappa, the minster who resigned,. He has the same coloured skin , you have! You have the MUDA officials who lost 300 names of those who were allotted plots, and they have the same colour as your skin. Well done!
    The next time, you buy your rice bag, and find stones ground like rice particles and mixed there, you should remember that the person who sold you the rice costing 3500 Rupees will have the same colour skin as yours! Jai Hind!1

  10. Howdy, Modi! says:

    Do you ,live in Mysore?
    Then you should wonder why one of the MLAs Mr Tanveer Sait had to go abroad for his medical treatment, when according to you, there are plenty of dark-skinned good doctors in Mysore! He was treated by light skin doctors abroad!
    A@Roopini says,:”Its high time that we Indians stop glorifying Foreigners who have studied MBBS which is descended from greek medicine which itself is copied from ayurveda the age old science of India in the times of Alexander of 300bc”. Why then did Tanveer Sait seek Ayurvedic treatment in Mysore?

  11. Howdy, Modi! says:

    Correction: “Why then did Tanveer Sait NOT seek Ayurvedic treatment in Mysore?

  12. Howdy, Modi! says:

    Correction: “Why then did Tanveer Sait NOT seek Ayurvedic treatment in Mysore?

  13. Shilpa says:

    In mysuru where do i consult all of these doctors?


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