Address the Post graduate students of Biotechnology, faculty and public at Alva’s college. on"Are we paying a price for ignoring zoonotic Diseases” with particular reference to rabies

India

Mooda Bidri, Dakshina Kannada District, Karnataka (Local event)

Sep 17, 2013 (11.30 AM) to Sep 17, 2013 (13.30)

Several such talks are planned in Bangalore in education institutions by Dr. Nidaghatta Gangadhar. Institutions may pl contact Dr. Nidaghatta Gangadhar for arranging slide show and talks on rabies awareness

Price: Free admission

Event is open to the public

Additional information: Contact Dr. Nidaghatta Gangadhar, +91-80-9880616660, 080-23364228, nlgangadhar@rediffmail.com

Contact name: Dr. Nidaghatta Gangadhar

Contact email: nlgangadhar@rediffmail.com

5 comments already posted

  1. Dr Rama Bhat P. - Oct 1, 2013

    It was a very interesting and informative program for every one, covered all the aspects of important zoonotic diseases. Dr Gangadhar narrated in a such a way that a lay man can understand about it and also regarding precautionary measures.

  2. Nidaghatta Lingannaiah Gangadhar - Sep 20, 2013

    As a part of World Rabies day observation the Kendriya Vidyalaya (2) Mangalore had arranged my talk 18th Sept 2013 on topic “Stray dog menace in Mangalore: Is the solution elusive?”
    Principal Sri Ishwar Bhat, Vice Principal Mrs. Rama Bhat, Mr. Benny and other faculty and large number of students attended the talk. The young participants posed interesting questions and evinced keen interest on the talk. This I feel is the right approach to educate the young minds and to pass on a message to their parents on issues relating to rabies prevention and control.
    Dr. Nidaghatta Lingannaiah Gangadhar Bangalore

  3. Nidaghatta Lingannaiah Gangadhar - Sep 20, 2013

    Alva’s College World Rabies day talk report contd.  ...Pic 3

  4. Nidaghatta Lingannaiah Gangadhar - Sep 20, 2013

    Alvas college world rabies day talk report continued

  5. Dr. nidaghatta Lingannaiah Gangadhar - Sep 20, 2013

    A lecture was arranged in connection with World rabies day at Alva’s college, Moodabidri, Mangalore, India on Sept.  17th 2013. Dr. Nidaghatta Gangadhar Sr. scientist (zoonosis) and free lance microbiologist was the guest of honour and spoke on subject “Are we paying a price for ignoring zoonotic infections - particular reference Rabies” The event was presided by principal Prof. Kurian.  The participants included the Head of the Dept of biotechnology Dr. Rambhat,  Associate Dr. Annapurna Agastya and members of the faculty and Post grad. students of the Dept.  The event lasted for about an hour and half with spirited participation by the participants.  The session of interaction   lasted for 30 Mts. The information was very well received and appreciated by the participants.  I am confidant   the message and efforts of Global Rabies Control   are admired and appreciated by the participants.

    Dr. Nidaghatta Gangadhar

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