The Australian crew along with Ms. Anna having a discussion with Dr.N.M.Veeraiyan,The Chancellor, Saveetha University in Saveetha Dental College, Chennai
Saveetha Universities first Ph.D
is moving a head to a world level Subject.
Chennai: Saveetha Universities first Ph.D subject is moving a head to a world level subject.
Tamilnadu’s “Role of finger dermatoglyphics in predicting susceptibility to dental caries” Ph.D research paper from saveetha has reached the world level. After Australian broadcasting corporation has made the documentary now it is moving ahead to make a software on this subject.This is the eight years research of Dr.Pratiba Ramani, the head of the OralPathology department of Saveetha detal college.
Australian broadcasting corporation and USA’s Smith sonian network has joined together and made the Documentry called “ Tales of the Unexpected”.
Dr.Pratibha Ramani, Professor and Head of the Department, Department of Oral Pathology, Saveetha dental college welcomes Ms. Anna, Member of the Australian crew.
The Department of Oral Pathology, Saveetha Dental College welcomes Ms. Anna, Member of the Australian crew.
Dr,Pratibha Ramani, gives Oral Hygiene Instructions to the Students of Pupil, Eco School.
The students of Pupil, Saveetha Eco school examined in the Department of Pedodontia
Dr. Pratibha Ramani, evaluates and analyses the finger prints pattern. The Australian crew shoots the scene for the Documentary series “ Tales of the Unexpected”
|Dr. Pratibha Ramani, evaluates and analyses the finger prints pattern. The Australian crew shoots the scene for the Documentary series “ Tales of the Unexpected”|