Srimanta Sankaradeva University of Health Sciences (SSUHS), Assam organised a Continuing Medical Education (CME) on ‘How to Write Thesis’ on Wednesday and Training of Trainers (TOT) on ‘Thesis Writing’ on Thursday at the GMCH Auditorium, Guwahati.
“Thesis writing is an extensive and enriching research work and is an integral part of postgraduate courses,” a communique stated on Saturday.
“Over 500 delegates from different medical and dental colleges of the state attended the event,” the release added.
The two-day event was inaugurated by Dr Anup Kumar Barman, DME, Assam and in his chief guest’s speech, he appreciated the efforts of SSUHS for conducting such an event for the benefit of the postgraduate students.
He emphasized the need for a ‘handbook’ on thesis writing and urged the university to look into it.
SSUHS vice-chancellor Prof. Dipika Deka stressed that enhancing the knowledge and skills of the students on thesis writing can be a hallmark in a student’s life for the achievement of a higher level of success and excellence.