In a momentous occasion, Mrs. Kala Hari Kumar, President of the Navy Welfare & Wellness Association (NWWA), along with Cmde G Rambabu and Prof. Dayananda Siddavattam, Vice-Chancellor of GITAM University, signed a landmark Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on February 2, 2024. This significant event took place in the presence of Shri Bharat Muthulkumilli, President of GITAM, and VAdm Gurcharan Singh, Chief Personnel Officer (CPS).
The MoU signifies a collaborative effort between GITAM University and NWWA, aiming to facilitate a subsidised medical seat for deserving candidates. The agreement showcases the commitment of both organizations to provide quality education and healthcare opportunities to the beneficiaries.
Mrs. Kala Hari Kumar, representing NWWA, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership, emphasizing the importance of education and wellness in the lives of naval personnel and their families. The collaborative efforts between NWWA and GITAM University are expected to create opportunities for individuals aspiring to pursue a career in medicine with the support of subsidised medical seats.
Cmde G Rambabu and Prof. Dayananda Siddavattam highlighted the mutual goals of fostering education and well-being, making this partnership a testament to the shared values and objectives of the Navy Welfare & Wellness Association and GITAM University.
The signing ceremony not only marks a significant step in the direction of educational empowerment but also underscores the commitment of both organizations to contribute positively to the welfare of naval personnel and their families.
This partnership is poised to create a pathway for individuals to access quality medical education, reinforcing the ethos of collaboration between academic institutions and welfare organizations for the greater good.