Department of Microbiology
|5 February 2023: CME on "Recent updates in Microbiology" organized by the Department of Microbiology|
|3 February 2023: Workshop on Audits in Infection Control held at the Department of Microbiology, AMU, Aligarh.|
|3 February 2023: Workshop on Bloodstream Infections: Best Practices and Best Outcomes held at the Department of Microbiology, AMU, Aligarh.|
|3 February 2023: Mycology Workshop on Invasive Fungal Infection: Laboratory diagnosis, AFST and Antifungal Stewardship held at the Department of Microbiology, AMU, Aligarh.|
|4 February 2023: XVIII Annual conference of the Association of Medical Microbiologists (UP & UK Chapter) hosted by Department of Microbiology at Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College and Hospital, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh.|
Annual conference of IAMM (Indian Association of Medical Microbiologists-UP & UK Chapter) held at the Department of Microbiology, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College and Hospital, Faculty members, and academics deliberated on an array of relevant topics at the 18th Annual Conference of Indian Association of Medical Microbiologists (UP-UK Chapter.
Chief Guest, AMU Vice Chancellor, Prof Tariq Mansoor appreciated the efforts of the Microbiologists at JNMC for pre-conference workshops and bringing together more than 300 delegates to this conference. He said these conferences provide an avenue to learn and collaborate for larger academic gains.
In her presidential remarks, the Dean, Faculty of Medicine, Prof Veena Maheshwari stated that the two-day event provides opportunities to the participants to discuss a wide range of topics that are relevant to the recent progresses made in the field of microbiology, especially relevant to the theme, “Role of Bacteriology in an era of Viruses”.
Earlier, in his welcome address, Prof Haris M Khan (Organizing Chairman) highlighted the salient features of the conference and introduced the resource persons. The Secretary, IAMM (UP-UK) Prof Rungmei S K Marak presented a brief academic report of the association.
Dr Nazish Fatima (Co-organizing Chairman and Chairperson, Department of Microbiology) highlighted the importance of Bacteriology and related fields and how they are interconnected.
Dr Fatima Khan (Organizing Secretary) extended a vote of thanks.
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|15 October 2022: To observe ‘Global Hand Washing Day,’ Hospital Infection Society India (HISI) Aligarh Chapter in collaboration with The Department of Microbiology organized “Hygienesi Fair" on the theme "Food Hygiene Nutrition"|
>>>Video Link Of the Skit performed by students
October 15 is celebrated as Global Handwashing Day, a global advocacy day dedicated to increasing awareness and understanding about the importance of hand-washing with soap as an effective and affordable way to prevent diseases and save lives. The theme of this year’s global hand-washing day is hand-washing food and nutrition. On this occasion, the HISI Aligarh Chapter organized the Hygienesia Fair, where the MBBS students put up stalls and disseminated the message of hand hygiene and associated it with the importance of clean, hygienic, and nutritious food.
The Fair was Inaugurated by the Chief Guest, Dr. Hamida Tariq, an eminent pediatrician and president of the women’s club of AMU. She said that the HISI Aligarh Chapter has always made efforts to celebrate this day and disseminate the message of hand hygiene clearly and loudly. The Guest of Honour, Prof. Naima Gulrez, visited the stalls along with the chief guest and said that consistency in following hand hygiene has been her Mantra since COVID times and urged others to follow the same to prevent the transmission of infection.
Dr. Fatima Khan, Secretary of HISI Aligarh Chapter, said that Global Handwashing Day is an opportunity to design, test, and replicate creative ways to encourage people to wash their hands with soap at all times.
Prof. Rakesh Bhargava, Dean Principal, and CMS JNMCH applauded the efforts of HISI Aligarh Chapter.
Prof. Haris M Khan, President of HISI Aligarh Chapter and Chairman Department of Microbiology, appreciated the efforts of the undergraduate students. The students also presented a skit to spread the message of hand hygiene.
Dr. Nazish Fatima, Dr. Adil Raza, Dr. Asfia Sultan, Dr. Hiba Sami, Dr. Anees Akhtar, and Dr. Shariq Ahmed, Department of Microbiology, were also present. The stalls were judged by Prof. Farah Ghaus, Department of Anatomy, Prof. Shaista Afroz, Department of Prosthodontics, Dr. Anwar Hasan Siddique, Department of Physiology, and Dr. Syed Mohd. Danish Qasim Department of Radiodiagnosis, based on their appearance, delivery of the theme, and innovation in food and games. The team Healthy Hangouts of MBBS 2021 Batch was declared the winner.
|27 July 2022: To observe ‘World Hepatitis Day’, the Department of Microbiology in collaboration with HISI-Aligarh Chapter and Student Network Organization (SNO-INDIA) organized a clinical workshop and quiz contest for Undergraduate students.|
To observe ‘World Hepatitis Day,’ the Department of Microbiology, in collaboration with HISI-Aligarh Chapter and Student Network Organization (SNO-INDIA), organized a clinical workshop and quiz contest for Undergraduate students.
Prof Rakesh Bhargava (Dean, Faculty of Medicine) pressed for the need to raise awareness among common people about the dangers of Hepatitis—a severe liver disease that can be caused due to bacteria, viruses, or parasites. He also discussed the prevalence of exposure of healthcare workers to various viruses, including Hepatitis.
While speaking on the safety of health care workers, Prof Haris M Khan (Medical Superintendent) pointed out: “Healthcare workers have a high risk of occupational exposure to many diseases, but these transmissible infections are preventable by vaccination.”
S Haider Mehdi, Dr. Ahmad Ansari, and Dr. Asfia Sultan conducted various sessions
in the clinical workshop. Dr. Bhanu Chaudhary engaged in a Clinical Case
Scenario based discussion with the participants. Mukul Verma and Dr. Ritik Garg
spoke about Needlestick injuries and steps to avoid such incidences.
In the quiz contest, MBBS
2019 batch students Mohammad Kamran and Mustafa Shamsi bagged the first and
second prizes, respectively; also, Medical and dental students performed
a skit on Hepatitis prevention.
Prof Haris with Dr. Fatima Khan also felicitated the speakers with certificates. Dr. Lakhan Prakash Gupta extended the vote of thanks.
|01 December 2021: Heath Camp for the Awareness & Screening of HIV/AIDS including other Sexually Transmitted Infections and Tuberculosis was organized in the District Women’s Jail Aligarh.|
Every year, on 1 December, the world commemorates World AIDS Day. People worldwide unite to show support for people living with and affected by HIV and to remember those who lost their lives to AIDS. The theme of World AIDS Day 2021 is “End inequalities. End AIDS” focusing on the inequalities that drive HIV and AIDS.
Forty years since the first AIDS cases were reported, HIV still threatens the world. Today, the world is off track from delivering on the shared commitment to end AIDS by 2030, not because of a lack of knowledge or tools to beat AIDS, but because of structural inequalities that obstruct proven solutions to HIV prevention and treatment.
If we are to end AIDS by 2030; Without bold action against economic, social, cultural, and legal inequalities, the world risks missing the targets, especially in today’s situation of a prolonged COVID-19 pandemic and a spiraling social and economic crisis.
Today, on 1st December 2021, on the occasion of World AIDS Day, a Heath Camp for the Awareness & Screening of HIV/AIDS including other Sexually Transmitted Infections and Tuberculosis was organized in the District Women’s Jail Aligarh. The Health camp was organized by the Department of Microbiology, J.N. Medical College Aligarh in collaboration with voluntary organization Subhiksha Plus UPNP.
Principal of J.N. Medical College, AMU, Prof. Shahid Ali Siddiqui, Medical Superintendent JNMCH& chairman Department of Microbiology Prof. Haris M. Khan and Senior Superintendent Aligarh District Jail Mr. Vipin Kumar Mishra formally inaugurated the health camp. While addressing the women prisoners on this occasion, Senior Jail Superintendent Shri Vipin Kumar Mishra, highlighted the importance of World AIDS Day and appealed to the jail residents to share their health problems.
In his address, Dr. Shahid Ali Siddiqui, Principal of J.N. Medical College, Aligarh and Medical Superintendent Dr. Harris, praised the jail administration for the successful organization of the medical camp and also presented the facts about HIV/AIDS. Dr. Parvez Anwar Khan, Assistant Professor, Department of Microbiology, talked about the objectives of the health camp and the prevention of HIV/AIDS. Dr. Hiba Sami, Assistant Professor, Department of Microbiology, and Shri Anand Pandey, Jail pharmacist, conducted the program, and Dr. Hiba Sami also presented the vote of thanks.
The women prisoners were counseled and screened for HIV/AIDS, including other Sexually Transmitted Infections and Tuberculosis. Relevant samples were also collected for the diagnostic tests. Dr. Safia Firoz, Dr. Aarti Kumari, Dr. Zainab Rehman, Dr. Lubna Parveen, Ms. Shaheen Gauri, Ms. Fareen Hasim, Ms. Farheen Aslam, Ms. Heera Safiq, Shri Amit Raghav, and Shri Deepak Sharma from Subhiksha Plus UPNP were also present on occasion.
|30th December 2021: CME on “Basics of Medical Research: Data Management & Analysis ” Organized by Department of Microbiology, JNMCH|
To sensitize the students and equip them with the skills and confidence needed to ask the right research questions and interpret data, which is the very basis of Medical research and the importance of evidence-based medicine, a CME on “Basics of Medical Research: Data Management & Analysis ” was Organized by Department of Microbiology, JNMCH.
Principal of J.N. Medical College, AMU, Prof. Shahid Ali Siddiqui, Dean faculty of Medicine Prof Rakesh Bhargava, Medical Superintendent JNMCH& chairman Department of Microbiology Prof. Haris M. Khan and Prof Seema Hakim formally started-off the CME by stressing upon the importance of proper research methodology and inferential statistics. Dr. Hiba Sami, Assistant professor Department of Microbiology, JNMC and Dr. Safia Firoze, Senior Resident,
Department of Microbiology conducted the program.
Dr Nafis Faizi, Assistant professor & Epidemiologist, Department of Community Medicine, JNMC talked about the Basics of Medical Research, Research Design and Data Capturing.
Dr. Parvez Anwar Khan,
Assistant professor Department of Microbiology, JNMC talked about the use of descriptive and inferential statistic and how to perform and analyze the statistical data on IBM-SPSS and Microsoft Excel software.
|02 March 2022: Orientation Program of MD Microbiology students (Batch 2022)|
|03 March 2022: Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Sensitization Lecture by Dr. Fatima Khan. Assoc. Prof. Dept. Of Microbiology, JNMCH, AMU|
|10 March 2022: To observe The world Kidney Day, Depart. of Microbiology in association with HISI-Aligarh Chapter organized an Online Quiz Competition on UTI and AMR for Undergraduate students|
|12 March 2022: One Day Workshop on HIV Testing and distribution of EQAS panel for HIV Serology (Round-ii) held at State Reference Lab, Department of Microbiology, JNMCH.|
|28 March 2022: One day workshop on "Inculcating Infection Prevention in Undergraduate Teaching" organized by Hospital Infection Control Committee (HICC)|
Aligarh, March 30: Resident doctors of the Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College (JNMC), Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) updated their pedagogical skills for teaching ‘infection control practices’ to the first year MBBS students in a recently concluded workshop of the Hospital Infection Control Committee.
“It is imperative that the Infection prevention and control practices for maintaining a safe environment and reducing the risk of the potential spread of diseases are taught early in medical education. The knowledge gained at this stage will remain in the reflexes of students throughout their careers”, said Prof Rakesh Bhargava (Dean, Faculty of Medicine).
“The knowledge of effective infection prevention and control is central to providing high quality health care for patients and a safe working environment for those that work in healthcare settings”, said Prof Shahid Ali Siddiqui (Principal, JNMC).
Prof Seema Hakim (Coordinator, Medical Education Unit) emphasized: Beginning of the MBBS course is the right time for students to understand the importance of infection prevention practices. I am sure that this workshop will come handy for resident doctors in their teaching assignments.
Dr Fatima Khan, Dr Asfia Sultan and Dr Hiba Sami conducted the interactive sessions. Dr Anees Akhtar and Dr Shariq Ahmed also answered queries of participants. Dr Fareha Husain bagged the prize for most active participation.
|13 April 2022: Induction Training of the interns of the 2017 MBBS batch on infection prevention practices, organized by Hospital Infection Control Committee (HICC)|
The incumbent interns of the 2017 MBBS batch of the Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College (JNMC), Aligarh Muslim University (AMU) were made aware on the functioning of the Hospital Infection Control Committee (HICC) as an integral component for patient safety and provided with hands-on-experience in infection prevention, its monitoring, surveillance, reporting, research and education in the recently held Induction Programme and wokshop.
Explaining the importance of the infection control programme to the new interns, Prof Rakesh Bhargava (Dean, Faculty of Medicine) urged them to work for efficiently to restrict the infection spread among patients and staff in the health care settings.
“Infection control is a team work, a shared responsibility, multidisciplinary in nature with doctors acting as leaders and torchbearers and interns being the youngest members of the team with potential of bringing changes in behavioral practices”, emphasised Prof Shahid Ali Siddiqui (Principal, JNMC).
Prof Rakesh and Prof Shahid facilitated Husain Shahid Rao, a computer engineering student of the Jamia Millia Islamia for developing a ‘needle stick injuries’ reporting app.
Prof Haris Manzoor Khan (Medical Superintendent) encouraged the participants to get vaccinated for Hepatitis B virus—the most common occupational exposure amongst interns.
Dr Fatima Khan, Dr Emaan Naim and Dr Nazish Fatima answered queries of students in the interactive session. Dr Asfia conducted the program. A quiz competition was also held later in the day in which Dr Prakriti, Dr Bhanu Chaudhary and Dr Hiba received the first, second and third prizes respectively.
|18 August 2022: “Monkey Pox Awareness Programme” organized by the Department of Microbiology and Hospital Infection Control Committee (HICC), Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College (JNMC), Aligarh Muslim University (AMU).|
Link: Monkey pox management awareness programme at jnmc
Monkeypox awareness programme was organized by Department of Microbiology and Hospital Infection Control Committee JNMCH, AMU, Aligarh for the faculty of Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh on 18th August 2022.
After dealing with Covid-19 pandemic for more than two years, the emergence of another Viral disease outbreak has created an environment of fear again in the population. Monkeypox awareness programme was held to create awareness about the disease among the faculty members of the Aligarh Muslim University, Nursing In charges, and residents.
The organizing chairperson Prof. Shahid Ali Siddique ex-principal, Chairman HICC, JNMCH, AMU welcomed all the valuable faculty members and spoke about how with the combined efforts of JNMCH staff we were able to sail through the dangerous waves of Covid-19 and we are prepared for Monkeypox also.
Prof. Haris M. Khan Chairman Department of Microbiology and Medical Superintendent remarked about the practical difficulties we might face dealing with the disease and how should we tackle them.
Prof. Rakesh Bhargav Dean, Principal and CMS JNMCH, AMU addressed all the attendees and informed them about the seriousness of the disease but ensured that it not a matter of panic if the protocols are followed effectively.
Before the beginning of the session, a fun activity of finding scrambled worlds related to the disease was also played, with Dr. Zeeshan winning the first prize. Dr. Shariq Ahmed Asst. Professor, Department of Microbiology, JNMCH, AMU conducted the programme and talked about the background of the Monkeypox disease.
Dr. Parvez A. Khan Asst. Professor Department pf Microbiology, JNMCH gave a presentation on ‘Virology and Diagnostics Of Monkeypox”; Dr. Ruhi Khan Asst. Prof. Department of Medicine JNMCH, AMU spoke about “ Clinical Features and Management of Monkey pox disease”; Prof. Kamran Afzal Chairman Department of Paediatrics, JNMCH, AMU presented a session on “Vaccination for Monkeypox” and Dr. Fatima Khan Associate Professor Department of Microbiology, JNMCH, AMU demonstrated the “infection Control Practices to be followed during the Monkey Pox outbreak”.
Along with the scientific sessions, a brainstorming fun activity was conducted by Dr. Mobasshir Hassan, with Dr. Zeeshan bagging the first prize in it.
|22 August 2022: The Hospital Infection Society India Aligarh Chapter HISI-Aligarh) and the Department of Microbiology organized a “Monkeypox Awareness workshop and Quiz” for budding Nursing students in the College of Nursing.|
The Hospital Infection Society India
Aligarh Chapter and the Department of Microbiology organized a
Professor Haris M. Khan Chairman Department of Microbiology, Medical Superintendent, and Dr. Farha Azmi Principal Nursing college welcomed the attendees.
Dr. Safiya Feroze, Senior resident, Department of Microbiology started the session by explaining the “Epidemiology of Monkeypox disease which was followed by Dr. Uzma Tayyaba, Senior Resident, Department of Microbiology discussing the “virology of Monkeypox virus.
Dr. Hiba Sami, Assistant Professor Department of Microbiology, Presented an engaging session on the “Diagnostic of Monkeypox disease” and Dr. Shariq Ahmed described the “Clinical Features and Case management” of Monkey pox affected individuals.
The sessions were rounded up by Dr. Uzma briefly discussing the “Vaccines” and Dr. Fatima Khan Associate Professor, Department of Microbiology, demonstrating the “Infection control Practices” to be performed during Monkeypox outbreak.
After these informative sessions it was time to test the acquired knowledge of the attendees in a fun way. A quiz was conducted by Dr. Fatima Khan in which Nursing students Firoz stood first, Anam came second and Hiba took the 3rd prize.
Workshop was hosted by Dr. Mobashir Hassan. The programmes were coordinated by Dr. Fatima Khan, Dr. Shariq Ahmed, Dr. Mobasshir Hassan.
|25 August 2022: Training program on the “Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare” Organized by The Department of Microbiology, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Aligarh Muslim University in association with Makeintern and E-Cell IIT Kharagpur.|
Link: Training program on the “Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare”
The Department of Microbiology, Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Aligarh Muslim University in association with Makeintern and E-Cell IIT Kharagpur, organized a training program on the topic “Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare”.
Addressing the program, Dean, Faculty of Medicine & Principal, JNMC, Prof Rakesh Bhargava stated that Artificial Intelligence refers to the simulation of human intelligence in machines that are programmed to think like humans and mimic their actions. “The term may also be applied to any machine that exhibits traits associated with a human mind such as learning and problem-solving. AI has proven to be very fruitful in analysing X-rays, especially during COVID-19 times,” he said.
Orgainsing Chairman & Medical Superintendent, JNMCH, Prof Haris M Khan in his welcome address emphasized that Artificial Intelligence can play a crucial role in global public health as a tool for combating epidemics and pandemics as well as in routine health care. “AI is bringing a paradigm shift, powered by increasing availability of healthcare data and rapid progress of analytics techniques' ' he added.
Dr. Puneet Kacker, Functional and Industry Analytics Manager, Applied Intelligence, Strategy and Consulting, Accenture (IIT Kharagpur); sensitized the participants regarding AI followed by a hands-on brainstorming workshop.
Students pursuing MBBS, MD, and students from Interdisciplinary Biotechnology Unit attended the program while Dr. Fatima Khan, Faculty Coordinator, presented the vote of thanks.
|14 October 2021: “Hygienisea” Hygiene Fair at Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, organized by the Aligarh Chapter of Hospital Infection Society – India to mark the Global Handwashing Day.|
|13 August 2021: Workshop on Post-Exposure Prophylaxis and Clinical Scenario discuss of- Hep-B, Hep-C and HIV organized by IMA Medical Students' Network - Uttar Pradesh in collaboration with Hospital Infection Society India, Aligarh Chapter & Students Network Organization, India|
|29th to 31st July 2021: Hisicon 2021:The XVII National Conference of the Hospital Infection Society India (HISI), hosted by the HISI-Aligarh Chapter (Department of Microbiology, JNMCH)|
|13 March 2021: Workshop and Training on NACO Prayogshala & Online Data Management on QMS to ICTC/PPTCT Laboratory technicians of Aligarh, Bulandshahar, Badaun, Bareilly, Etah, Kasganj and Pilibhit. Followed by distribution of HIV proficiency test panel for HIV serology (Round-II, 2020-2021)|
|24 February 2020: One-day workshop for distribution of HIV EQAS panel and training on NACO Prayogshala & Online data management on QMS to ICTC/PPTCTs|
|05 March 2020: External Quality Assurance Scheme Workshop on diagnosis of HIV infection for technicians of adjoining districts, organized by SRL Aligarh (Dept. of Microbiology, JNMCH).|
|26-30 October 2020: Training program on Viral Extraction and RT-PCR Testing for COVID-19 for Laboratory staff of Balia District Hospital.|
|05 December 2020: Observance of “World Antimicrobial awareness week 2020” Quiz competition of post graduate students on Antimicrobial Resistance.|
|17-18 February 2020: Workshop on Infection Control in Radiodiagnosis and Interventional Radiology, organized by the Hospital Infection Society India (HISI) Aligarh Chapter (Dept. of Microbiology, JNMCH) and Dept. of Radiodiagnosis, JNMCH.|
|1 December 2010: AIDS Awareness Camp on World AIDS Day|
|18 December 2010: National Symposium-Malaria An-Update|
|28 July 2011: Workshop on External Quality Assurance of HIV testing for laboratory Technicians|
|8 October 2011: National Symposium: Emerging Trends in Dengue and Other Hemorrhagic Fevers in India|
|14 August 2012: Hepatitis Week- Lectures & Quiz Program|
|31 December 2012: External Quality Assurance Scheme Workshop on HIV for technicians of seven adjoining districts organized by SRL Aligarh (Dept. of Microbiology)|
|26-30 August 2013: Training on Line Probe Assay , Genotype MTBDR Plus, Version 2.0, organized by Department of Microbiology|
|12 October 2013: Global Hand Washing Day Celebration|
|7 December 2013: University Extension Lecture: Testing of HIV/AIDS with special reference to the Molecular techniques by Prof. Preena bhalla|
|30 December 2013: Workshop on External Quality Assurance of HIV testing for laboratory Technicians|
|15th March 2014: Workshop of DMCs in HIV testing using WBPFT|
|22 March 2014: CME-Central Sterilization Services: principal and practice|
|19-24 August 2014: Practical course on the Rapid Molecular Detection of M. tuberculosis and its Resistance to Isoniazid and Rifampicin by PCR-based Line Probe Assay (LPA) -Hands on Training in LPA|
|8 September 2014: Training of Technical staff of central sterilization unit|
|18 September 2014: Intradepartmental Quiz Competition among Post Graduate Students|
|10-14 & 23- 27 Sept 2014: Refresher Training on HIV testing for Laboratory technicians of ICTCs & PPTCTs|
|28 October 2014: Refresher Training on HIV testing for Laboratory technicians|
|9 December 2014: National Symposium on Hospital Acquired Infections & Antimicrobial Resistance|
|9 March 2015: Extension Lecture on Clinical case management of H1N1 by Dr. sudha Kansal|
|9 March 2015: Extension Lecture on Diagnostics & Containment of H1N1 by Dr. Raman sardana|
|15 October 2015: Hand Washing Day celebration|
|24 August 2015: Training programme on Biomedical Waste Management, prevention of Healthcare Associated Infections & Occupational Hazards. JNMCH, AMU, Aligarh|
|14 September 2015: Workshop on sterilization services, JNMCH, AMU, Aligarh|
|07 September 2015: HISI Aligarh Chapter: De-escalation of Antibiotics in SSI & Antimicrobial Drug Policy, JNMCH, AMU, Aligarh|
|07 September 2015: Extension Lecture on Establishing and implementing Antibiotic Drug Policy: need of the hour By Dr. Chand Watta|
|07 September 2015: Extension Lecture on Antimicrobial Stewardship in Government hospital, Avoiding pitfalls & the Way forward By Dr. Sonal Saxena|
|26 October 2015: Workshop for OT Staff|
|26-30 October 2015: Infection control week Observation|
|27 October 2015: Quiz competition for post graduate students|
|28 October 2015: Poster competition for Undergraduate students|
|29 October 2015: Workshop for nursing students|
|30 October 2015: 1st Aligarh Chapter on SSI|
|09 April 2016: TROPACON (UP & UK Chapter)-2016 2nd Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand Chapter of Indian Academy of Tropical Parasitology (IATP)|
|05 May 2016: Debate competition for undergraduate students on: Can Hand Sanitizers Replace traditional hand washing|
|05 May 2016: Hand Washing Quiz for nursing and technical staff of the hospital|
|16-18 May 2016: Free camp for Anti- HBs titre detection for health care workers|
|15 October 2016: Poster competition on hand washing for undergraduate students|
|19 November 2016: Poster competition on bundle approach for postgraduate students|
|08 March 2017: External Quality Assurance Services (EQAS) Workshop for HIV Testing|
|03 May 2017: Workshop on Sterilization and Infection control for nursing and multi-tasking staff of ZA Dental College, AMU, Aligarh|
|09 May 2017: Workshop on Bio-Medical waste management, Sterilization and Infection control for nursing of Trauma Center, JNMCH AMU, Aligarh|
|17 May 2017: Workshop on flow Cytometry|
|05 December 2017: Poster competition on Prevention of HIV/AIDS for undergraduate students|
|02-03 February 2018: UP Microcon 2018 UP &UK Chapter of IAMM Conference & Workshop Organised by Deptt. Of Microbiology JNMC|
|08 March 2018: External Quality Assurance Services (EQAS) Workshop for HIV Testing|
|14 February 2019: Hands-on-Training on VITEK System|
|19 February 2019: University Extension Lecture on Antimicrobial Resistance: Current Indian Scenario and the way forward by Dr. Neelam Taneja|
|19 February 2019: University Extension Lecture on Antimicrobial resistance dynamics and Genomics in South East Asia by Dr. Stephen Baker|
|05 March 2019: External Quality Assurance Services (EQAS) Workshop for HIV Testing|
|05 April 2019: CME on Diagnostic Markers in TORCH infections|
|04 May 2019: Guest lecture on Recent advances in diagnosis of TB from smear to Smell with induction of TB-SURE by Prof Ashok Rattan|
|24 July 2019: Poster competition on Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PPE) for undergraduate students|
|08 August 2019: CME on Specimen Collection, organized by Department of Microbiology, JNMCH, AMU, Aligarh and Hospital Infection Society India (HISI) Aligarh Chapter|
|02 November 2019: External Quality Assurance Scheme Workshop on diagnosis of HIV infection for technicians of adjoining districts, organized by SRL Aligarh (Dept. of Microbiology, JNMCH)|
|18 November 2019: Photography competition on Antimicrobial resistance, organized by the Hospital Infection Society India (HISI) Aligarh Chapter as a part of Antibiotic awareness week (Dept. of Microbiology, JNMCH). Winners List at: https://www.amu.ac.in/newdata/depttmom/14787.pdf|