He has developed a a nodal treatment system for neural tube defects under NCHP
Dr Daljeet Singh was awarded the prestigious Dr BC Roy Memorial Award in the field of medicine. Dr. Singh is working at Delhi’s GB Pant Super Specialty Hospital. On behalf of the Medical Council of India (MCI), these awards are given to doctors working in extraordinary medical fields. In the recent past, the President of India Pranab Mukherjee honoured him with this award. Dr Singh is a renowned neuro surgeon and is also headshospital’s department. He has been declared as an eminent teacher by the MCI.
Significantly, Dr Singh has been a member of the Neuro Society and India for the past two decades and has made an invaluable contribution neuro-science education. Dr Singh is also known for developing a modal treatment system for neural tube defects in the National Child Health Programme. He has also been the President of the Delhi Neurological Society. During his tenure, he achieved many successes in the field of neurology. He has also played an important role in setting higher standards in the field of medicine. Dr Singh worked as a consultant of the Delhi Medical Council which deals with the complaints of medical negligence against the doctors. Besides, he has also played an important role as a member of the Ethical Committee of many medical institutions. According to Dr Singh, any award enhances the sense of responsibility, that’s why he has increased his responsibilities towards the profession. He is trying to get patients find the right treatment but also to get it easily and at the right time.
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