# Donation of Paediatric Ureteroscope to Urology department # Donation of Paediatric OGDscope to Gastroenterology department # Commissioning of 4 dialysis machines at Nephrology department (courtesy TGA - USA chapter) # Distribution of 5 scholarships of Rs 40,000 each to deserving students (courtesy batch 1967) # Donation of 4 Infusion Pumps to Cardio-thoracic Surgery department # Distribution of 120 white coats with TGA emblem to 1st MBBS students
Two highly advanced computer printers donated to the TNMC library.
More than 350 attended. Fun-filled evening for the alumni.
A fully revamped and completely equipped 66 seat Medicine Seminar Hall was rededicated to TNMC.
College function of Reunion 2011 was organised at the auditorium. More than 250 attended. Teachers and meritorious students felicitated. Scholarships distributed.
A Trinocular Microscope (1000 magnification) with digital camera and relevant software attachments donated to Pathology department. Inaugurated by ex. HOD Dr I M Vora, in presence of the Dean and TGA office bearers.
TNMC Global Alumni Association - US Chapter was formally launched with Dr Hemant Panchal from Chicago, IL as its first President.
Held at The Westin, New Port, Jersey City, NJ. Attended by more than 285 alumni. TGA US Chapter formally launched. Pictures can be viewed in Photo Gallery.
A latest six channel ECG machine worth Rs 70,000 donated to Cardiology department courtesy Sun Pharmaceuticals.
12 ex teachers felicitated, an LCD projector worth 35 thousand donated to Biochemistry dept, Hearing Aids worth 25 thousand donated to Audiology dept, scholarships worth 50 thousand given to meritorious and deserving students.
A new section was commissioned in TNMC library, which housed six computer stations giving access to most of the top academic journals of medical field. 'Was inaugurated by Dr Sanjay Oak, Dean, KEM hospt. TGA donated all the hardware required for the purpose. It happened to be the founder's day of the TNMC as well.
TGA and NutritionVista.com came together to organise a symposium on "Obesity and Chronic Illnesses in India: Implications and Outlook". Dr Sunil Jhangiani (1974 batch), founder NutritionVista, was the co-convenor. More than 160 delegates attended. Pictures available on 'Photo Gallery'.
The deferred banquet function of the Reunion 2008 was held on February 08, 2009. More than 225 alumni attended. Many teachers attended the function too. Fun, frolic and fellowship were the highlights of the evening. Dr Narendra Garach was felicitated for being the chief anaesthetist at the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's CABG surgery.
Held at TNMC Auditorium. Keynote speakers were Dr Dushyant Mohla and Dr Rashid Merchant. Deans, teachers and meritorious students were felicitated. All alumni received a smartly designed T-shirt as free gift. Approximately 260 attended.
This project was courtesy TONAMEC - UK. Dr Stephen Pereira, who donated 12 Lakh Rs in memory of his late father, was the guest of honour. Dr Dushyant Mohla, Dr Asgar Bhanji, Dr Jagdish Shah and their team of TONAMEC members mobilised these funds
Inauguration of Autism centre, run by Psychiatry department. TGA donated roughly 3 Lakh Rs (courtesy 1982 batch) to bring up the said dept for poor children suffering from Autism
Held at TNMC auditorium in December, teachers and meritorious students felicitated, 450 attended. Renovated and upgraded Anatomy Museum (courtesy Dr K C Mehta) dedicated to TNMC, inaugurated by Shri Uddhav Thackeray.
A delegation of Alumni headed by Dr Ajit Desai, President, TGA, attended the global meet of TNMC Alumni at London. 108 alumni members attended the reunion. The meet offered an opportunity to connect with the international group of alumni. The meet also raised a substantial sum of donation (approximately Rs 24 Lakh) for the alma mater. Once the TGA has the permission by govt. of India to accept foreign donations, these donations will be remitted to association's bank account. Dr Asgar Bhanji (President, TONAMEC), Dr Dushyant Mohla (Executive Organising Secretary) and their band of dedicated team members worked tirelessly to make the reunion truly memorable.
Renovation and up gradation of the Staff Room with LCD TV, Refrigerator and Desk-Top Computer, internet connection, new furniture and new fixtures.
Inaugurated the state-of-the-art Dr I M Mehta Memorial Anatomy Dissection Hall with complete Audio-Visuals and Projection Facilities (Laptop Computer included), courtesy 1981 batch
Inaugurated the new Dr K N Dastur Surgical Seminar Room, complete with hi-tech Audio-Visual Facilities
Donated a Laptop computer to the Surgery Dept, courtesy Dr Shashank Parekh
Renovated and upgraded the Girl's Common Room
Reunion 2006 in Mumbai (College Auditorium and Jade Gardens, Nehru Centre), more than 600 alumni attended, past Deans, teachers and meritorious students felicitated
Donated an LCD Projector to the Pharmacology Dept, courtesy Dr Neel Anand
Renovated and upgraded the Boy's Common Room
TGA office shifted to college building, ground floor
Renovated and upgraded Anatomy Lecture Hall with Audio-Visual LCD Projection system and a Laptop computer
Donated a Laptop to the Dept of Medicine, courtesy Dr Megha Venkatraman
Donation of a ventilator to the hospital
Donation of a desktop computer to Forensic Medicine department.
Donation of two laptop computers to the college.
Donation of an LCD multimedia projector to the college
Donations to local research society and poor patients fund
Construction of a sixty five seater mini auditorium for Pharmacology department - inaugurated by shri Dattaji Salvi, Mayor, Mumbai
Construction of a reading room in new RMO quarters - inaugurated by Mr Nihchal Israni, MD, Blue Cross Labs.
Renovation of Physiology lecture hall - inaugurated by Dr Sanjay Oak, dean, TNMC
Renovation of Anatomy lecture hall - inaugurated by Dr M S Kekre, ex-dean TNMC
Reunion organised at the Grand Intercontinental, Mumbai - no of attendees 700
Reunion organised at the college, past deans and teachers felicitated Lectures and visits by alumni organized Etc
A delegation of Alumni headed by Dr Rajeev Walavalkar, Vice President, attended the global meet of TGA at Boston in July 2005. The meet offered an opportunity to connect with the international group of alumni. The meet also raised a substantial sum of donation for the alma mater, albeit in pledges. Once the TGA has the permission by govt. of India to accept foreign donations, these donations will be remitted to association's bank account.