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1st October, 2017
Draft salient decisions taken by the IMA Central Working Committee
At its recently convened 218th meeting held on September 23-24, 2017, New Delhi, the Central Working Committee of IMA took some salient decisions on various issues pertaining to the medical profession and the Association.
Part 1 of the draft salient decisions is as below:
  • While paying rich tributes to Dr VCV Pillai, Past National President IMA, who passed away on August 1, 2017, the following resolutions were passed by the House as a mark of respect to the departed soul:
All National Past Presidents of IMA shall be given National Honor after their soul leaves their physical body.
IMA Flag to fly at half-mast from the day of demise till the day of last rites.
All members of IMA to observe 2-minute silence at the time of last rites of departed National Presidents
"Dr VCV Pillai Memorial Annual Address" shall be delivered at the ensuing Installation ceremony on 28th December, 2017 at Mumbai, Maharashtra as a part of the IMA Foundation Day
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