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2013
News & Events
  • January 2020

    03.01.2020
    College reopen

    06.01.2020
    NIHS college picnic was organized at Abakash near Barasat. Student participated in different games organized.

    08.01.2020
    Final BPT Examination 2019 commenced.

    10.01.2020
    NIHS Faculty members were invited as speaker in Annual Conference of Society of Indian Physiotherapists (SIP).

  • December 2019

    Organised Cancer Rehabilitation Workshop with Resource Person Dr. Shailendra Mehta.

    Organised Free Physiotherapy and Mobility aids distribution camp in collaboration with Rotary Club Of Calcutta, Chowrenghee.

  • November 2019

    Induction of MPT, Fitfeet camp at Bangalore, 16th November.

    Organised SIP-TALK on Manifestations of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome by Dr. Upendra Goswami, 01st Nov, 2019.

  • October 2019

    Durga Puja vacation starts from 05th October and college reopen on 20th Oct.

    Dr. Shabnam Agarwal received award from vice chancellor of Janardhan Rai University and sharing stage with Minister of Health and Family Welfare, Government of Rajasthan.

    Dr. Shabnam Agarwal received award from vice chancellor of Janardhan Rai University and sharing stage with Minister of Health and Family Welfare, Government of Rajasthan.

  • September 2019


    Organised for a model presentration on bio-mechanics by 2nd BPT Students. Internship started in IPGME&R. Commencement of Final MPT Examination for 2017 batch. Community Awareness works on WORLD PHYSIOTHERAPY DAY & Postal Presentation.

  • July 2019


    MATP Program by Dr. Tanusree Basak & Dr. Tapas Kumar Pal in Delhi.

  • June 2019

    Commencement of IEC Meeting.

  • May 2019

    13.05.2019
    3rd BPT Examination 2018 result published. All student passed. 90% student get distinction in Surgery.

    Mr. Sudip Hazra get highest average mark in 3rd BPT Examination 2018.

  • May 2019

    13.05.2019
    3rd BPT Examination 2018 result published. All student passed. 90% student get distinction in Surgery.

    Mr. Sudip Hazra get highest average mark in 3rd BPT Examination 2018.

  • April 2019

    26.04.2019
    NIHS college picnic was organized at Jogomaya Park near Dankuni. Student participated in different games organized.

  • March 2019

    26.03.2019
    Achelois – The Annual Day of Nopany Institute of Healthcare Studies was celebrated at Gyan Manch with Dance, Drama, Music, Award Distributions.

  • February 2019

    10.02.2019
    NIHS Faculty members were invited as speaker in Annual Conference of Society of Indian Physiotherapists (SIP)

    15.02.2019
    NIHS Faculty members and Post Graduate students participated in Annual Conference of Society of Indian Physiotherapists (SIP) at New Delhi

    15.02.2019
    3rd BPT Examination 2018 commenced

  • February 2019

    19.02.2019
    2nd BPT Examination 2018 commenced

  • January 2019

    07.01.2019
    College re-open

    11.01.2019
    1st BPT Examination 2018 commenced

    12.01.2019
    On occasion of 156th Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, NIHS and Rotary Club of Calcutta Chowrenghee participated in a Free Physiotherapy and Assessment Camp organized by KMC 24 number ward Councilor at Pathuria Ghat Street.

  • January 2019

    13.01.2019
    Around 80 patient were assessed and prescribed treatment and some of them were assessed for Orthotics/ Prosthesis to be donated to them.

    23.01.2019
    Free Orthotics/ Prosthesis were distributed based on assessment of 12th Jan at Pathuria Ghat Street.

World Disability Day 2013

This year, we conducted our first camp on 31.10.2013 by visiting Amlamethi (Bali), Bidya Zone, Sundarban islands, West Bengal, India. This visit was facilitated by a NGO, Nature Environment and Wildlife Society (NEWS) which works in these areas and is committed to protect and conserve wildlife, ecology & environment. News is also committed to engage and help the marginalized community of the Sunderban area, who are majorly dependent on the use of natural resources in and outside the protected areas. Via the village panchayat, the villagers were informed in advance about the purpose of our visit. The News secretary, Mr Biswajit Roy Chowdhury himself accompanied two of our faculties, Dr Anwesh Pradhan and Dr BodhisatwaMaity from Kolkata. The distance from Kolkata to Amlamethi is approximately 100 km and the camp dominated the entire day. The villagers were screened for physical disabilities for eventual distribution of mobility aids. Although physical handicap and disability had been mentioned emphatically, the requirement of mobility aids was limited as most of the persons who attended the camp were visually disabled. The total number of patients screened were 50, of which 5 persons will receive mobility aids ( tri-cycle, crutches, wheel-chair, walker). The aids have been ordered and will be distributed as soon as they are received from the dealer.

Another disability camp on 1.12.13 was conducted at Nabadwip, Nadia district by the Nabadwip BakultalaVidyalaya PraktanChhatra Sammilanee which is the alumni of the BakultalaVidyalaya.The alumni works to uplift the current students of the school as well as assist and help students by providing vocational courses to enable employment. It does social work as well, and so organising the camp was within its framework. This camp was well attended by approximately 70 patients with physical disabilities. Quite a few heartbreaking as well as encouraging cases were seen.

A little boy (4 years old) with Cerebral Palsy, whose all four limbs were paralysed, lost his mother last July when his younger brother was born. The father had the responsibility of looking after two children, where one was a spastic quadriplegic. Yet as they waited for their turn, the father kept playing with the child and the child kept giggling. He had a cute naughty look on his face. His requirement was of a special chair which we shall provide for him.

We saw individuals with congenital bone malformations, untreated because of lack of money and guidance. Then there was this elderly man who has been moving around with an untreated dislocated hip. He was too poor to bear the expense of a surgery.

We felt pleased to spend time with these people, to help them, to encourage them and in some cases learn on how to cope with life despite severe problems from them as well.

We have placed an order for the appropriate aids and then will visit these places again to distribute the disability aids.





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