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About GCSD

Preface

The world has witnessed unprecedented pandemic-led impacts that have challenged the health systems as well as the economic and social sectors. The COVID -19 pandemic has demonstrated the interlinked nature of development and, at the same time, reiterated the need for an integrated response to developmental challenges. There have been challenges to the progress on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) worldwide, and India is no exception. Today, a framework like the SDGs assumes much more importance. Focus on interconnectedness, leaving no one behind, and universality, as encapsulated in the SDG framework, is needed much more than ever before.

These wide-ranging strides towards achieving the SDGs have been championed by private and corporate commitments through corporate social responsibility (CSR) and to environmental, social and governance (ESG) practices. The private sector and corporations not only have a clear vested interest in achieving these goals and the wherewithal to do so but they are also increasingly becoming intersections of global governance, policy, and development. These private entities are, essentially, a new class of diplomat. Nims University Rajasthan, Jaipur being a leader in healthcare education focuses on impact of Infectious Diseases and emerging infectious diseases like COVID-19 which continues to pose substantial health and economic burdens worldwide.

We at Nims also focus on non-communicable diseases eg CVS, Cancer, Diabetes. Maternal and Child Health, Access to healthcare, Health inequalities, Antimicrobial Resistance, Global health emergencies, Environmental health, Health system strengthening, Health information systems etc.

We at Nims have a comprehensive approach, combining preventive measures, capacity building, innovative solutions, equitable access to healthcare, and strong partnerships between governments, organizations, and communities. Therefore, we are suitable for M8 partnership in South Asia.

Mission:

  • To provide affordable education to the society in all walks of life.
  • To provide modern technical, medical and other Professional courses with emphasis on developing value based ethical career orientation.
  • To carry out cutting-edge research and development for the benefit of society
  • To produce skilled and competent manpower with commitment to societal needs.
  • To develop employability and entrepreneurship of stakeholders.
  • Inculcate high standards of Public Health education through participation and collaboration.
  • Apply the principles of health promotion and disease prevention.
  • Have knowledge of the organization and provision of health care in community and in the hospital service.
  • Have knowledge of the social, cultural and environmental factors which contribute to health or illness.

Scope:

Followings are the objectives of the trust. Out of which no object in a nature to derived the profit from it

  • To undertake and participate in Scientific and Industrial Research in the field of Medical, Healthcare, and Life Sciences including Biomedical Technologies, Childhood Care, Clinical Science, Complementary & Alternative Medicine, Health Information Systems Curriculum design and development, Contemporary issues of education like peace, values, human rights, Technological and ICT based innovative practices, Philosophical and Psychological aspects.
  • To provide higher education leading to excellence and innovations.
  • To engage in areas of specialization with proven ability to make distinctive contributions to the objectives of the university education system that is – academic engagement clearly distinguishable from programmes of an ordinary nature that lead to conventional degrees in arts, science, engineering, medicine, dental, pharmacy, management, etc. routinely offered by conventional institutions.
  • To impart education with strong interdisciplinary and innovative programmes with matching research capabilities and to achieve peer recognition and verifiable scholarly attainment and research output.
  • To provide for high-quality teaching and research and for the advancement of knowledge and its dissemination through various research programmes undertaken in-house by substantial number of fulltime faculty/research scholars (PhDs and Post- Doctoral) in diverse disciplines.
  • To promote such objectives within the campus

About NIMS

Nims University Rajasthan, Jaipur, India is one of the leading university in India and a largest self-financed university in Rajasthan state. The university is located in a sprawling campus, surrounded by the aravali hills (one of the longest mountain chains in India) and in one of the country's most picturesque city, Jaipur.

Established under the Nims University Act, 2008, enacted by the Government of Rajasthan and recognized by the Government of India Under the provisions of Sections 2(f) of the University Grants Commissions Act, 1956, it is among the few professional universities in the Nation that has all the modern amenities and provides the highest caliber of education in a variety of diploma, degree, postgraduate, doctoral and research courses. The University is recognized by National Medical Commission (NMC), Dental Council of India (DCI), Pharmacy Council of India (PCI), Indian Nursing Council (INC), Rajasthan Nursing Council (RNC), Bar Council of India (BCI), University Grants Commission (UGC) etc.

The University is a leading centre of education in health sciences to human sciences, technical training to advanced engineering, personnel to corporate management, creative literature to innovative multimedia, art and architecture. NIMS truly is an Oasis for the students offering more than 450+ courses in medical, dental, pharmacy, paramedical, physiotherapy, nursing, allied health sciences, engineering & technology, advanced sciences, management & commerce, computer science & engineering, architecture, humanities, fashion design, hotel management, mass & media, law etc, preparing young minds for a better tomorrow. Nims is also running a 1450 bedded multi-specialty hospital in which super specialty facilities like kidney transplant, liver transplants are available.

NIMS Hospital a Superspeciality tertiary care hospital is a constituent unit of Nims University provides most modern treatment for all diseases and disorders and has modern sophisticated diagnostic and therapeutic facilities. Nims hospital has been developed as a super speciality hospital having ultramodern facilities viz angiography, angioplasty, bypass surgery, valve replacement surgery, laproscopic stone removal & prostate surgery, dialysis, kidney transplant, knee/hip replacement, spinal surgery, neuro surgery, cornea transplant, lens replacement infertility treatment along with ivf.

The university is one of the best in higher education institute in the country and has been labelled as the best private university in North India by many organizations. Considering its excellence in academics and innovative research, Nims University has been awarded as best 5th emerging medical college in India and many more as enlisted in application. Some of important aspects of Nims University is depicted below -

Governance

S. No.
Name & Qualification
Designation
1.
Prof. (Dr.) Balvir S. Tomar
MBBS, MD, MCH(USA),
MIAP, MAHT (ENGLAND)
FIAP, FAAP(USA),
FICA(USA), FACU (LONDON)


Paediatric - Gastroenterology
Kings College Hospital, London (U.K.)

Paediatric Nutrition
Harvard University (USA)

W.H.O. Fellow
Child Health in USA

Commonwealth
Medical Fellow in London (UK)
Founder & Chancellor
Nims University Rajasthan, Jaipur, India

President
• International society of
Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology,
Transplant & Nutrition

Director
• Institute of Paediatric Gastroenterology & Hepatology
• Institute of organ transplant

Chairman
• Institute of Nutrition & Public health
• Institute of Stem Cell & Regenerative medicine

Chairman (Past)
• National Council on Skill Development & Petro Chem. ASSOCHAM, New Delhi, India
• NABET, National Accreditation Board on Education and Training
2.
Dr. Sanjiv Sharma
MBBS, MD (Radiodiagnosis)

WHO Fellowship in Cardiovascular & Interventional Radiology at:
1) Dept. of Radiology (Cardiac Radiology), Univ. of California (San Francisco), USA

2) Dept. of Radiology (Div. of Cardiovascular & Interventional Radiology) Brigham & Women Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA
Pro Chancellor – Nims University Rajasthan, Jaipur, India

Director & Head – Department of Interventional Radiology, National Institute of Medical Sciences, Nims University Rajasthan, Jaipur

Former Professor & Head, Dept of Cardiovascular Radiology & Endovascular interventions, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, AIIMS, New Delhi

1) National Coordinator: National Registry of Vascular & Interventional Procedures, Indian Society of Vascular & Interventional Radiology (ISVIR), 1999- 2014

2) President- Asia-Pacific Society of Cardiovascular & Interventional Radiology, 2004-2006

3) President- Indian Society of Vascular & Interventional Radiology, 2003-2006

4) Chairman- ISVIR Research & Education Foundation, 2009-2015

5) President- Society of Emergency Radiology, 2017-2022

6) President- Society for Image Guided Therapies, 2021-2023

7) Chairman, Expert Group of International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for creating a white paper on the need of interventional radiology for emerging world countries, Vienna, Austria, 2014

8) Chairman, Expert Group of IAEA for creating guidelines for setting up a radiology department in emerging world countries, Vienna, Austria, 2015

9) Regional Editor- Cardiovascular & Interventional Radiology (CVIR, official journal of Cardiovascular & Interventional Radiology Society of Europe) since 2009 till date
3.
Dr. Sundeep Mishra
MBBS, MD (Medicine), DM (Cardiology) Fellowship in Interventional Cardiology, Washington Hospital Center, DC, USA
Vice Chancellor (President) – Nims University Rajasthan, Jaipur, India
Director & Head – Department of Cardiology, National Institute of Medical Sciences, Nims University Rajasthan, Jaipur

Former Senior Professor, Dept of Cardiology, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, AIIMS, New Delhi

Editor-in-Chief, Indian Heart Journal – 2014-17

International Editor, Sri Lanka Journal of Cardiology - 2018 – Present

Board of Trustees of SCAI, USA – 2015-18
4.
Dr Axel R. Pries Medical examination,
University of Cologne,
Doctoral degree
(Dr. med., summa cum laude)

Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Cologne
Advisor –
Nims University Rajasthan, Jaipur, India

Former Vice Director
Centre for Preclinical Medicine, Charité

Former Dean
Charité ‐ Universitätsmedizin Berlin

Former CEO
(interim) Berlin Institute of Health (BIH)
5.
Prof. (Dr.) Vladimír Marík
IEEE Life Fellow
Advisor – Nims University Rajasthan, Jaipur, India

Founder Director- Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics and Cybernetics (CIIRC), CTU, Prague

Founder - Rockwell Automation Research Center Prague, Czech Republic

Member - Austrian Society for Artificial Intelligence, Austria
6.
Dr. M.C. Mishra
MBBS, MS, FRCS (Glasgow), FAMS (India),
FACS (USA), FCLS (India), Hon. FRCS
(Glasgow), D.Sc. (Hon. Causa),
Advisor –
Nims University Rajasthan, Jaipur, India

ATLS, India Chair Ex-Director -
AIIMS, New Delhi
7.
Prof. Sarit K. Das
B. Tech.,
M. Tech., Ph.D,
Post-Doctoral Fellow at University of BW Hamburg, Germany
Advisor – Nims University Rajasthan, Jaipur, India

Institute Professor – Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras, India

Former Director Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Ropar, India
8.
Dr US Agarwal
MBBS, MD(Skin & VD)
Pro Vice Chancellor,
Nims University Rajasthan, Jaipur, India

Former Principal & Controller,
SMS Medical College, Jaipur, India

Former Professor & Head –
Department of SKIN & VD, SMS Medical College, Jaipur
9.
Dr Anurag Srivastava
MBBS, MS
Director -
Department of Surgical Disciplines,

Former Prof and Head – Department of Surgery, AIIMS-New Delhi
10.
Dr Rajeshwari Subramaniam MBBS, MS
Director -
Department of Critical Care & Anaesthesiology

Former Professor and Head-
Department of Anaesthesiology and Critical Care, AIIMS- New Delhi
11.
Prof. (Dr.) Ujjwal Chowdhury
MBBS, MS, M. Ch. (CTVS)
Director -
Department of Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery

Sr. Professor of CTVS, AIIMS- New Delhi
12.
Prof. (Dr.) Rama Chaudhary
MBBS, MD
Director -
Paraclinical Sciences, National Institute of Medical Sciences, Nims University Rajasthan, Jaipur, India Former

Professor and Head -
Department of Microbiology, AIIMS- New Delhi

Former Dean –,
Research - AIIMS- New Delhi
13.
Dr. Vinod Kumar
B. Tech.,
M. Tech., Ph.D
Advisor-
Nims University, Jaipur Rajasthan

Former Vice-Chancellor of Jaypee University of Information Technology, Himachal Pradesh
Former Professor of Electrical Engineering Department, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee, India
14.
Prof. Rajiv Saxena
B. Tech.,
M. Tech., Ph.D
Director -
Nims University, Jaipur Rajasthan

Former Vice Chancellor of Jaypee University, Anupshahar, Uttar Pradesh, India

Former Professor, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Roorkee, India

Financing

Nims University Rajasthan, Jaipur, India is approved by Government of India and Government of Rajasthan vide “Nims University Rajasthan Act” passed by legislative assembly in year 2008.

University is approved by all regulatory authorities viz. University Grants Commission, National Medical Commission, Dental Council of India, Pharmacy Council of India, Indian Nursing Council, Bar Council of India etc.

University is fully self sponsored and managed by its own funds.

Collaboration

  • Collaboration with Siemens Health, Samsung Electronics & Olympus India and establishment of first of its kind center in India to train medical and paramedical with engineering mindset and to provide state of art hands on training at their research center along with long term internships.
  • Establishment of National Referral Centre for Fluoride Poisoning in India – First of its kind center for measurement of fluoride in daily life therefore providing screening, training and treatment of fluoride poisoning in India.
  • Establishment of Centre for Excellence in Renewable energy & Sustainable Technology
  • Establishment of Nims Neuroscience Research Centre, Jaipur
  • Center on Polymer Interfaces & Macromolecular assemblies
  • Establishment of Robotics Laboratory
  • Establishment of Center for Computer Research in Music & Acoustics
  • Establishment of Center for the study of Language & Information
  • Establishment of Center for Advance Molecular Biology Lab.

Capacity Building at NIMS University

Under the aegis of Nims University and dynamic leadership of its founder and chancellor – Prof. Dr Balvir S. Tomar, Nims University has taken an extra lap in enhancing its capacity in terms of teaching and learning. In last 5 years following additions were done –

  • Increase of Intake in UG (MBBS) Seats from 100 to 250 per year
  • Starting of New Post Graduate Courses and super specialization like – Blood Transfusion & Hematology, Oncology, Onco Surgery, Nephrology, Cardiology, Cardiothoracic Surgery, Neurology, Neuro Surgery, Interventional Radiology, Gastroenterology, GI Surgery, Liver Transplant, Cornea Transplant, Kidney Transplant.
  • Recently Nims has collaborated with MOTOL hospital in Czech Republic for first in India uterus transplant program in India.
  • Establishment of department of Interventional Radiology: Nims has taken a step ahead in establishment of new IR department which is first in the whole state and is committed to provide ultra moder facilities for stroke management in state.

Awards & Achievement

Prizes (Institutional / Individual; National / International)

Institutional Prizes: International
S. No.
Title of the Award
Name of the Awarding Agency
Year of Award
1.
Nims University recognized as Top 100 institution in Humanity, Education and Science and Technology in World “Czech Best 100” by COMENIUS on December 03, 2022.
COMENIUS, Czech Republic
2022
2.
Member of International Association of Universities (IAU) 2022.
International Association of Universities (IAU)
2022
3.
Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), has awarded Nims University with the prestigious Diamond rating in the Year 2022
Quacquarelli Symonds (QS),
2022
4.
Best University in India for Skill Development
World Education Skill Council
2017
Institutional Prizes: National
S. No.
Title of the Award
Name of the Awarding Agency
Year of Award
1.
Ranked 5th Best Private Medical College in India
Indian Institutional Ranking Framework – IIRF
2023
2.
Best Hotel Management Institute in Rajasthan
GHRDC Hotel Management Institute Survey 2022
2022
3.
Best University in India for Placement
CEGR, New Delhi during 18th
2022
4.
Best Private Management College in North India
Centre for Education Growth and Research (CEGR), New Delhi
2022
5.
Best School of North India
CEGR, during 18th Rashtriya Shiksha Gaurav Purashkar Ceremony 2022.
2022
6.
Best Private Engineering College in India for Industry Interface
CEGR during 18th Rashtriya Shiksha Gaurav Purashkar Ceremony 2022.
2022
7.
Rated among 101-150 Rank Band, Year 2022 in University Category by National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF), Ministry of Education, Government of India.
National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF), Ministry of Education, Government of India.
2022
8.
Best University in India for Skill Development
Best University in India 2022 for Outstanding and exemplary contribution towards Education, Skill Development and Research by CEGR, New Delhi.
2022
9.
The Best of Bharat
Pride of India Brands by e4m.
2022
10.
Best Fashion Institute in North India for Placement
Centre for Education Growth and Research, New Delhi.
2022
11.
Best Law Institute in North India for Teaching Excellence
CEGR, New Delhi.
2022
12.
Rated among 101-150 Rank Band, Year 2021 in University Category by National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF), Ministry of Education, Government of India.
National Institutional Ranking Framework (NIRF), Ministry of Education, Government of India.
2022
13.
Best University for Internationalization of Health Education, 2019 by SPGHTN.
SPGHTN
2022
14.
Best Management College in India for Placement
Centre for Education Growth and Research (CEGR), New Delhi
2021
15.
Best Journalism & Mass Communication College in North India
Centre for Education Growth and Research (CEGR), New Delhi.
2021
16.
Best University in India
Centre for Education Growth and Research (CEGR), New Delhi.
2021
17.
Best Hotel Management College in North India
Best Hotel Management College in North India, 2021 by Centre for Education Growth and Research (CEGR), New Delhi.
2021
18.
Best Engineering College in India for Placement
Best Engineering College in India for Placement, 2021 by Centre for Education Growth and Research (CEGR), New Delhi.
2021
19.
Nims University Rajasthan have been accredited by National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) with Grade B+, MHRD, Government of India.
National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC), MHRD, Government of India.
2019
20.
Nims School of Architecture & Planning, Jaipur was ranked 16th Among Top Architecture Colleges in Outlook's 2019 Survey of India's Best Professional College.
Outlook's 2019 Survey of India's Best Professional College.
2019
21.
Nims School of Law, Jaipur was ranked 30th Among Top Law Colleges in Outlook's 2019 Survey of India's Best Professional College.
Outlook's 2019 Survey of India's Best Professional College.
2019
22.
Nims Dental College & Hospital, Jaipur was ranked 40th Among Top Dental Colleges in Outlook's 2019 Survey of India's Best Professional College.
Outlook's 2019 Survey of India's Best Professional
2019
23.
Best Engineering College in North India, 2018
Centre for Education Growth and Research (CEGR), New Delhi.
2018
24.
Best University for Skill Development
ASSOCHAM, New Delhi
2018
25.
Best Private University of the Year
Best Private University of the Year, 2017 by ASSOCHAM, New Delhi
2017
26.
Best Private University of the year
Best Private University of the year, 2017 by Centre for Education Growth and Research (CEGR), New Delhi.
2017
27.
University of the Future- 2017 by India Today (Aspire) Ed.
University of the Future- 2017 by India Today (Aspire) Ed.
2017
28.
Best Private University of the Year
ASSOCHAM, New Delhi.
2016
29.
Best Emerging Medical Institute of the Nation within top 5 Institutes of the Nation, 2016
India Today.
2016
30.
Best Private Medical University, 2015
Six Sigma Healthcare Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi
2015
31.
Best University in India for Innovations and Skill Development
Ministry of Labour & Employment, National Skill Development Council, MSME and Govt. of India, adjunct with ASSOCHAM
2015
32.
CCI Technology “Education Excellence Award
Education, Government of Gujarat.
2014
33.
Education Excellence Award
Time Research and the India News.
2013
Individual Prizes: International – Selected
S. No.
Title of the Award
Name of the Awarding Agency
Year of Award

List of Awards to Prof. (Dr.) Balvir S. Tomar – Founder & Chancellor, Nims University, India

1.
Life Time Achievement Award for outstanding services in the field of Paediatric Gastroenterology Globally
International Society of Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Transplant and Nutrition
2016
2.
Global Achievers Award
Dubai Health Authority for Outstanding Achievements & Distinguished Global Services
2015
3.
Bharat Gaurav Award
British Parliamentarian, London for outstanding contributions in Health and Education development in India.
2014
4.
Certificate of Merit
University of Primorska, Slovenia
2014
5.
Rajiv Gandhi Award
By the then Prime Minister of India Shri HD Deve Gowda, Government of India
1996
6.
International Award for excellence in pediatric gastroenterology
Japanese Society of Gastroenterology
1995
7.
International Award for excellence in pediatric gastroenterology
South Korean Society of Gastroenterology
1995
8.
International Award for excellence
By Governor of Rajasthan, Government of Rajasthan
1995

List of Awards to Prof. (Dr.) Sundeep Mishra – Founder & Chancellor, Nims University, India

9.
Finalist BMJ Awards South Asia 2017 Category: Non- Communicable Disease Initiative of the Year
BMJ Awards South Asia
2017
10.
Young Leader Award, Cardiovascular Revascularization Therapeutics, DC, USA
Washington Hospital, DC, USA
2010

Publications: 20 most relevant publications in the last 5 years:

S. No.
Publication / Author Name(s) / Name of Journal
1.
Nathiya D, Singh M, Suman S, Bareth H, Pal N, Jain A, et al. Albuminuria, glycemic variability and effect of flash glucose monitoring based decision making on short term glycemic variability in Indian type 2 diabetes patients: Indi-Glyvar Study. Frontiers in Endocrinology. 2022;13.
2.
Singh Tejavath A, Mathur A, Nathiya D, Singh P, Raj P, Suman S, et al. Impact of branched chain amino acid on muscle mass, muscle strength, physical performance, combined survival, and maintenance of liver function changes in laboratory and prognostic markers on sarcopenic patients with liver cirrhosis (BCAAS study): A randomized clinical trial. Frontiers in Nutrition. 2021Sep22; 8:715795.
3.
Devpura G, Tomar BS, Nathiya D, Sharma A, Bhandari D, Haldar S, et al. Randomized placebo-controlled pilot clinical trial on the efficacy of ayurvedic treatment regime on COVID-19 positive patients. Phytomedicine. 2021Apr; 84:153494. (Impact factor: 6.432)
4.
Tomar BS, Singh M, Nathiya D, Sharma A, Sharma E, Bareth H, et al. Prevalence of symptoms in patients discharged from COVID Care Facility of Nims Hospital: Is RT PCR negativity truly reflecting recovery? A Single-Centre observational study. International Journal of General Medicine. 2021Mar25; Volume 14:1069–78.
5.
Singh P, Nathiya D, Suman S, Raj P, Tripathi S, Chauhan DS. Indian community's knowledge, attitude, and practice toward COVID-19. Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry. 2021Mar31;37(1):48–56.
6.
Sharma A, Nathiya D, Suman S, Bareth H, Singh M, Sharma E. Impact of tocilizumab on inflammatory markers and oxygen status in severe COVID-19 patients: A single centre retrospective study. Infectious Disorders - Drug Targets. 2022 Apr26;22(5).
7.
Singh P, Nathiya D, Suman S, Raj P, Tomar BS. Mental health problems and impact on Youth Minds during the COVID-19 outbreak: Cross-sectional (red-COVID) survey. Social Health and Behavior. 2020Jul27;3(3):83–8.
8.
Tomar BS, Suman S, Singh P, Raj P, Nathiya D. Mental health outcome and professional quality of life among healthcare workers during COVID-19 pandemic: A frontline-COVID survey. Hamdan Medical Journal. 2020Dec17;13(4):196–202.
9.
Gupta VK, Basantani N, Carvalho AS , Gupta E. Long-Term Clinicoradiological Outcomes of Cervical Fusion with Polyether Ether Ketone versus Cervical Disc Arthroplasty in a Double-Blinded Randomized Control Trial. Asian Journal of Neurosurgery. 2021 Dec 18;16(4):725-731.
10.
Yadav RS, Sharma R, Singh N, Meeta, Singh CK, Ganti S. Assessment of Perceived Competency of Interns toward Dental Practice. Journal of Pharmacy and Bioallied Sciences. 2021 Nov;13(Suppl 2):S1338-S1340
11.
Nehal N, Singh P. Optimization of cultural condition of Bacillus sp. MZ540316: improve biodegradation efficiency of lipopeptide biosurfactant against polyethylene. Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery. 2021
12.
Senthilkumar A, Chhabra C, Trehan M, Pradhan S, Yadav S, Shamsudeen NH. Comparative Evaluation of Fluoride Release from Glass Ionomer, Compomer, and Giomer Sealants Following Exposure to Fluoride Toothpaste and Fluoride Varnish: An In Vitro Study. International Journal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry. 2022 Nov-Dec;15(6):736-738
13.
Jamod H, Mehta K, Sakariya A, Shoukani S, Sanapalli BKR, Yele V. Dual Acting Immuno-Antibiotics: Computational Investigation on Antibacterial Efficacy of Immune Boosters Against Isoprenoid H Enzyme. ASSAY and Drug Development Technologies. 2022 Jul;20(5):225-236
14.
Sanapalli BKR, Ashames A, Sigalapalli DK, Shaik AB, Bhandare RR, Yele V. Synthetic Imidazopyridine-Based Derivatives as Potential Inhibitors against Multi-Drug Resistant Bacterial Infections: A Review. Antibiotics (Basel). 2022 Nov 22;11(12):1680.
15.
Kharayat, B., Singh, P., Shera, S.S. et al. Enhancement of production of L-methioninase after optimizing culture condition of Pseudomonas stutzeri using artificial neural network. Vegetos 35, 453–464 (2022).
16.
Sharma K, Trehan M, Singh S, Mahlawat H, Kenkare P, Jayavarma S A. Comparison of Antero-Posterior Lip Position in Most Favored Facial Profile of Jaipur Population. Cureus. 2022 Aug 8;14(8):e27774.
17.
Vidyasrilekha v, Reddy SKB, Azam MA, DFT and Molecular Dynamics Simulation Studies of 4-(2-(2-(2- Chloroacetamido) phenoxy)acetamido)-3-Nitrobenzoic Acid and 4-(2- (Benzo[D]thiazol -2- ylthio) acetamido) -3-Nitrobenzoic Acid against Escherichia coli ParE Enzyme, Letters in Drug Design & Discovery 2022; 19
18.
Tomar BS, Nathiya D, Chauhan DS, Tripathi S. Association of increased oxidative burden and excessive fluoride exposure in obese children. International Journal of Gastroenterology, Hepatology, Transplant and Nutrition. 2018;3(3):1–6.
19.
Mishra S, Kumar S, Nathiya D, Tripathi S, Anuradha J. In vitro effect of triphala constituent in sodium selenite induced cataractogenesis. International Journal of Herbal Medicine. 2016;4(6):193–7.
20.
Singh P, Nathiya D, Jain S, Raj P, Suman S, Tomar BS. Isoniazid induced generalized lichenoid drug eruption: An unusual offender. Indian Journal of Pharmacy Practice. 2020Sep22;13(3):271–3.

NIMS & SDG

Nims University aligns its mission with UN-SDG and working closely with following agendas to attain UNSDG 2030 goals –

  • No Poverty (SDG-1): Since inception of Nims; Nims is committed and resilient for removing poverty in its surrounding by contributing towards creation of jobs therefore contributing in achieving SDGs.
  • Zero Hunger (SDG-2): All IPD patients of Nims Hospital is being served with free meals therefore contributing SDGs.
  • Good Health & Well Being (SDG-3): Regular health camps, screening camps, training on sanitation, drinking sanitation are being provided at Nims.
  • Quality Education (SDG-4): Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all
  • Gender Equality (SDG-5): Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls by providing incentive and institutional delivery free of cost.
  • Clean water and Sanitation (SDG-6): Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all.
  • Affordable and Clean energy (SDG-7): Nims hospital is committed towards,
  • Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure (SDG–9): Nims with more than 100 industry partners are working closely and ensuring innovation in different field of study.
  • Climate Action (SDG–13): Whole campus of Nims is having more than 100,000 trees providing sustainability for climate. Further Nims is also committed for planting more than 1 million trees around its surrounding of Aravali hills, for better and sustainable environment.
  • Life on Land (SDG–15): We at Nims are committed to protect, restore and promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems, therefore we use 100 % rainwater by means of rain water harvesting and having all ecosystem to reuse waste water.

Areas Of Academic Excellence

  • SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT
  • HEART FAILURE MANAGEMENT
  • GLOBAL HEALTH
  • EFFECT OF MICROPLASTICS ON HEALTH
  • FLUOROSIS AND ITS EFFECT ON HEALTH
  • STROKE PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT
  • POST-COVID AND LONG-TERM COVID RESEARCH
  • CANCER PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT
  • ADVANCED DIABETES MANAGEMENT (GLYCEMIC VARIABILITY, GLP-1 RA)
  • AI IN HEALTHCARE
Contributions and Commitment
  • Financial Contributions: Financial contributions to research and development health initiatives in low-income countries.
  • Knowledge Sharing and Capacity Building: We are committed actively towards knowledge sharing, disease prevention, public health strategies, and development of research methodologies.
  • Research and Innovation: We are committed for promoting research and innovation in the field of global health. This could include collaborative research projects, joint funding for research initiatives, and support for the development of new technologies, diagnostics, and treatments for various health challenges.
  • Health System Strengthening: We are committed to contribute to strengthening health systems in low-income countries. This may include providing technical assistance, training healthcare professionals, improving infrastructure, and supporting the development of healthcare policies and regulations.
  • Emergency Response and Preparedness: We are committed to enhance global emergency response and preparedness for health crises. This may involve sharing resources, coordinating efforts during outbreaks and pandemics, and investing in early warning systems, surveillance, and rapid response capabilities.
  • Policy Advocacy: We are actively advocating for evidence-based policies and interventions to address global health challenges help to shape global health agendas, support policy reforms, and promote health equity and social determinants of health.

Societal Functions

Details of Societal & Political Functions
  • Free Education to needy and poor family Childs – Scholarship worth a million USD per year is being granted by Balvir Singh Tomar foundation and Nims University.
  • Confederation of India Industry (CII) – NIMS Partnership: providing
    • Free education
    • Free health checkups
    • Free poverty elevation,
    • Health and food for all
    • Free medicine to needy and poor patients
    • Regular Sanitation programs for safe health
    • Safe Drinking
  • Adopt a family plan: Each medical student has a responsibility to adopt five families in nearby areas; when they take care of all records of family diseases and sufferings.
  • Rajeshwari Devi Mother and Child Scheme - Incentivization scheme to enhance institutional and safer deliveries at NIMS Hospital, result in 5 folds increase in institutional deliveries of child. (Each mother being incentivized by providing 11000 Indian Rupees Cheque – for better and nutrition rich diet to mother and child).
  • Save Girls Campaign / Gender equalization – Every girl child born at Nims Hospital are being incentivized with free School education in Nims International School and University Education at Nims University.
  • Food for all - Free food are being served daily to all the patient being admitted at Nims Hospital. During COVID-19, Nims University ensures that no person should sleep without food and therefore decided to distribute mans and more than 10,000 meals a day were distributed to individuals who were in need.
  • Regular Field visit to Slum Area - Creating awareness on Educating the slum children on hygiene and sanitation and benefits of safe drinking water.
  • Regular Health Checkup camp – Regular health camps are being organized by Nims Hospital in surrounding of 200 km; patients being filtered from camps and free treatment of all ailments are being provided at regular interval.
  • Breast Cancer Screening – Regular medical health camps are being organized at rural areas to screen breast cancer.
  • AIDS Awareness Programme - Awareness Programme for Community peoples regarding causes & prevention of AIDS / HIV infection
  • Swachh Bharat Abhiyan (Clean India Mission) - To make the community people Aware about importance of personal hygiene, impairment hygiene and explain the causes & prevention of community-based diseases.
  • Project Shakti for Skill Development - Under the aegis of "Project Shakti", Nims University and Princess Diya Kumari Foundation (PDKF) established specialized certified courses in various skills to provide free and holistic development to the women and girls of Rajasthan.
S. No.
Name of Programme
Objective of the Programme
1.
xzkeksRFkku vfHk;ku (Elevate Village Program)
• Adoption of Local Villages
• Health Awareness Program
• Health Clinics
• Digital Literacy
• Addiction Awareness
• Vocational Skill Development
2.
vkoks [ksys (Let's Play)
• Sports Development Program
• Sports training (Kabbadi & Kho Kho) in NIMS b) In Villages
• Sports Awareness
3.
fujksxh ekuq"k (Disease free human)
• Health Awareness Camps in Villages
• Cancer Awareness
• Heart Disease & Life-style Diseases Awareness
• Diabetes Awareness
• STD Awareness
• Drug Addiction Awareness
• Dental Health Awareness
4.
fo/kok fo|k nku (Widow Education)
• Widow Education Campaign
• Widow Literacy
• Vocational Skill Endowment (Widow / Widow's Children)
• Widow Job Placement
• Widow's Child Scholarship
• Widow's Child Employment
5.
dpjk fuLrkj.k ;kstuk (Waste Management)
• Bio-Waste Management
• Bio-waste Awareness
• Bio-waste Bins
• Bio-Waste STP
6.
lkFkh gkFk c<+kuk (Raise hands for help in need)
• Program for Handicapped
• Prosthetic Limbs Donation
• Wheel-chair Donation
• Handicapped Rehabilitation Training with Prosthesis
• Plant for Prosthetic Implants for handicapped
7.
lekt u'kk eqfDr eap (De-addiction program)
• Say No to Drugs, Yes to Sports Program
• Making Kabaddi Team of former Addicts to participate in sports events
• Addiction Awareness
• Free De-addiction facility
• Life-style re-structuring program for former addicts
8.
LokLF; tuKku ;kstuk (Skill Development in Health)
• First Aid Skills Development
• Basic Life Support Skills Certification
• First Aids skill Certifications
9.
vaxnku egknku (Organ Donation Program)
• Donation Awareness
• Eye Donation Awareness
• Organ Donation Awareness
• Cadaver Donation Awareness Program
10.
esjh nok rsjh nok (uses of unused medicines)
• Unused Medicines Program
• Medicines un-used by patients getting discharged to be used for poor needy patients
11.
vukJ; varksn; (Elevation of orphan)
• Orphan Personality / Social Development Program
• Free Education
• Free Clothing, books and other needs
• Personality Development Workshops
• Vocational Skill Development Program
• Scholarships for School / College Education
12.
vMksIV ,s fgy (Adopt a hill)
• Adopt a Hill Program
• Plantation Drive on Hill at the back of NIMS
• Rain Water Harvesting
• Landscaping into Meadow
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