Free Health Check Up Organised By Texila American University

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Free Health Check Up Organised By Texila American University

Texila American University recently organized a Free Health Check-up at Princess Hotel Georgetown, Guyana on 28th July 2017.

Texila is one among the best Medical Schools conducting frequent Free Health check-ups, blood donation drives and other medical camps for better analysing the community and it issues.

Free Health Check Up Organised By Texila American University

More than 60 patients were screened for various health related issues and were treated free of charge.  Free general health check-ups, blood group testing and RH typing, were among the many tests that were organised as a part of the event.

“It was a great opportunity for us to serve the community,” shared one of the student Volunteers of Texila American University.

Various conditions including malnutrition, jaundice and other disorders were treated. The event also served as a healthcare counselling where people were given simple alternatives and first aid preventive tips and measures to protect health.

Free Health Check Up Organised By Texila American University

Dr. Anand, the Vice chancellor of Texila American University quoted that, “Healthy students can build a strong society and we focus to mould the healthcare professionals who can serve their community in the best way possible.”

By rendering selfless service to the community, Texila American University has created another stepping stone for its Success in the upcoming years.  Few more medical camps and healthcare events are in queue for the upcoming months.

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Texila American University launched the National Seminar Series

A Brainstorming Seminar Series on the Roles of Nurses in Healthcare Industry  

The Vice Chancellor of Texila American University presents the certificate of appreciation to Dr. William Adu-Krow, PAHO/ WHO Representative, Guyana.

Texila American University – College of Nursing had launched its National Seminar Series for the year 2017. As a part of this, a brainstorming webinar was conducted on “Role of Nurses in Suicide Assessment, Prevention and intervention” on 7th July 2017 at the Texila American University Guyana Campus.

Dr. Williams Adu-Krow the Country Representative of Pan American Health Organization /World Health Organization (PAHO/WHO) was the Guest Speaker for the seminar. Some of the other dignitaries who took part in the seminar were the Deputy Mayor, the Nursing Director of the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) and the Nursing Director of Davis Memorial Hospital of Guyana.

Texila American University launched the National Seminar Series

The seminar provided a comprehensive understanding on the roles and functions of nurses in various streams of the healthcare industry. The event was focussed at:

  • Reviewing basic facts about the epidemiology and risk factors for death by suicide
  • New theories of suicidal behavior
  • Discussing approaches to suicide risk assessment
  • Describing developments in the treatment of suicidal behavior
  • Appraising developments in suicide prevention
  • Understanding the experience of people who are bereaved by suicide

Nursing fraternity from different parts of the country had attended the seminar and they observed that such seminars to be held in other parts of the country which will be helpful for the public and the professionals.

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Texila American University Zambia Signs MOU with Chulanga District Health Office

Now Texila Nursing students can pursue Clinical Placements in any hospitals in the district

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between Texila American University Zambia (TAU-Z) and Chulanga District Health Office (DHO) in Zambia on 19th June 2017 (Monday) for the clinical placements of the Texila Nursing Students.

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Texila American University Zambia Signs MOU with Chulanga District Health Office

The MOU was signed by Dr.Vijayakumar, the Assistant Registrar of Texila American University Zambia and Dr.Leah Namonje, the Medical Officer of Chulanga District Health Office in the presence of Dr. Sathish Kumar and others from the DHO.

In every Semester, the nursing students should undergo 4 to 6 weeks of Clinical placements for hands-on training. This affiliation will make it easy and convenient for the students to practice in any leading hospital in Chulanga  for the Clinical Placements upon completion of the course ware.

To know more about Texila American University Zambia and to apply, visit : http://www.tau.edu.zm

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“New Professional in YOU” – How to Develop Personality, Manage Stress & Self-Hygiene

An Event on Personality Development Conducted in the TAU Guyana Campus. 

“Individuals differ dramatically in the way they respond to the stress and strain. Your cognitive reaction to a situation plays a role in determining how stressful a situation is to you. This reaction is characterized by your nature and by your ability to effectively manage or cope with the event.’

A person’s personality is defined by their characteristics, behaviors, thoughts, and feelings.

Texila American University conducted the personality development, stress management and self-hygiene awareness program in Guyana Campus for the medical students under the theme “New Professional in YOU!”.

Personality Development program in TAU Guyana Campus
Personality Development program in TAU Guyana Campus

The program focused the participants to equip the knowledge, skills and attitude on proper behavior, socially and professionally, in formal and informal circumstances and to manage the stress effectively would be helpful to build self-confidence, enhance self-esteem and improve overall personality of the participants.

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The event was facilitated by the University faculties and staffs Mrs. Mary Josephine Judy, Ms. Emilyn Buluran along with Dr. Edna Cuaresma, Dr. Wilfredo Israel, Mr. Melvin Medes and Dr. Jeffrey Antonio. The active participation of the students made it a great success and gave much more confidence to them students to improvise themselves.

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Texila Medical Student – Not Just a Proud Moment – But A Vital Role in Supporting a New Entry into the World

Medical Student delivers baby during Guyana Defence Force’s (GDF) Emergency Flight

“We educate ourselves to lead comfortable lives in the future and get jobs to ensure the same. However, each speck of knowledge that we gain is meant for a purpose bigger than ourselves.”

             

A Guyana Defence Force’s aircraft was transformed into a delivery room on May 27th 2017 as a baby girl anxiously made her entrance into the world mid-air. In the statement given by the GDF Forces, the baby was born exactly at 05:48 pm during a scheduled flight out of Fairview; an Amerindian Village in the North Rupununi.

According to the sources, the mother had developed complications as the infant was in the breeched position and so a request was made for her to be air dashed to the city. Fortunately, a medical student from Texila American University was on board, who spearheaded the delivery and transported the mother to the city for emergency care and helped her come out of the complications.

The baby and mother were then transferred into the Georgetown Public Hospital for better treatments and wellbeing. Pilots, Major Mohinder Ramjag and Patrick Nicols were elated by the emergency medical service rendered by the Student of Texila American University and are also happy that both mother and child are safe.

This is the first known mid-air delivery, in recent times, that occurred on a GDF aircraft, the Forces said.

The GDF Forces appreciated the emergency medical service rendered by our Student and concluded that she continues her good work to help save many more lives.

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Mr.Saju Bhaskar, the Founder & President of Texila American University quoted that “What we act is a result of what we have learnt. We train our students to give up their best in  dealing with the real-time incidents like this. We are proud of students for their confidence in shining in their chosen field and we wish them all the very best in their journey of becoming healthcare professionals – be it a physician, nurse or a pharmacist to serve their community.”

Doctor is a word, when heard by anyone can immediately develop respect in the heart. Medical profession is considered a noble profession and the doctors have been always compared and equated next to God.

It would be a childhood dream for most of the people to become a doctor but due to non-availability of required funds / Limited Availability of seats and for various other reasons the decisions are changed or postponed.

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A New Address,  A New Identity & A New Occasion to Celebrate

The much-awaited new campus of Texila American University is now operational in Providence, Guyana – A campus spread across 5 acres with state-of-the-art infrastructure and ultra-modern facilities.

The Campus is spread across 130,000 Sq. feet (5 Acres) of Academic Space with State-of-the-art infrastructure. The campus is fully complied with international standards and is equipped with Smart classrooms that are completely adhered to green building standards.

TAU provides the opportunity to pursue world-class medical programs with hands-on clinical training and advanced infrastructure. Over 600+ students who are currently pursuing their studies in the campus are equally enthralled with the new campus and its amenities.

Witness few captures of our new campus and speak out loud

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Texila’s New Campus on Media

Kaieteur News:

http://www.kaieteurnewsonline.com/2017/03/23/texila-constructs-us10m-campus-awaits-intl-accreditation/ 

Guyana Chronicle:

https://guyanachronicle.com/2017/03/21/texila-u-mulls-construction-of-specialty-hospital-at-providence

Guyana Times:

http://guyanatimesgy.com/texila-university-plans-to-open-specialty-hospital-in-guyana/

TVG Evening News:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DUXEnc2yTYY

With a new campus in place and plans to expand operation, the Texila American University (TAU) is eyeing international accreditation for its medical programme. Fully embracing features to enable a green environment, TAU introduced the new campus valued at US $10 million at Providence, East Bank Demerara, with capabilities to cater to a growing intake of both local and international students.

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Message from the Founder & President – 6th Anniversary of Texila

Dear All,

“We are responsible for what we are, and whatever we wish ourselves to be, we have the power to make ourselves. If what we are now has been the result of our own past actions, it certainly follows that whatever we wish to be in future can be produced by our present actions; so, we have to know how to act.”

I would like to recall the journey from the inception till this moment, every single moment turned out to be milestones and step stones for us. A journey worth recalling, in 2010 when we decided to start a medical university, we decided Guyana as our campus location for various reasons, we were not sure about the reception and acceptance from global student’s community as it was not the trend.

But, things changed for us – students, especially parent’s community across the globe accepted not only Texila American University but also Guyana as a destination. The growth was eventual and the student count as well as representation from the countries kept increasing which motivated us to deliver beyond the committed levels. I would proudly say “we are offering one of the best medical education than anybody else in Americas”.

As any start up organization across the world, we also had initial problems like infrastructure, facilities, faculties and many more. Now, as we have crossed 6 successful years (as of October) of Commitment and Recognitions, I would like to thank every single student and their parents of our initial batches for the confidence they showed in us and for the patience. I vow our success to every single staff here for having stood with us in our tough times.

We continue to improve our teaching, learning and research facilities so as to create the best environment for our academics and students. “Success is never an accident – it is the outcome of Meticulous Planning, Planned Execution and Executed Monitoring” I strongly believe that Right People in Right Positions can create wonders for us and I am proud of my team today and I am confident that the phase of growth will be multiplied in the upcoming Years.

Let me thank you all for your support and insight as we move forward.

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UCN Representatives Pay a Courtesy Visit to Texila American University – Guyana Campus

Representatives from the University of Central Nicaragua (UCN) paid a courtesy visit to Texila American University on 13th January 2017. The Team comprising of Mr. Francisco Jose Lopez Perez, University Rector (Head of University), Mrs. Doris Rose Saldamondo Diaz, Director of Public and International Affairs and Mr. Danilo Alkala Avenda᷈no Martinez, International Program Coordinator, were warmly received by Mr. Saju Bhaskar, President and Founder of Texila American University, Ms Chithra Saju, Executive VP, Dr.Anand A, the Vice Chancellor, Mr Immanuel , Head Operations of Texila American University & other staff of Texila.

They were taken around the existing campus and the upcoming new campus. They were highly impressed with our facilities and our commitment to quality education. Through this Visit, we look forward to strengthen the partnership with the UCN for our Blended Learning Programs.

We are privileged to be associated with one of the oldest Universities to cater the needs of the student’s community and the working professionals across the globe.

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3rd Graduation Ceremony

A Doctor’s Voice

Sleepless Nights
Big Bright Lights
No fixed timings for me
At times I forget that I have a family behind
Just to make sure you are
happy and safe with your family!

Texila American University hosted its 3rd Graduation Ceremony with the Motto “TAU Graduates going beyond the challenges of change through Quality Education” at on 10th December 2016 to roll out the successful batch of Healthcare Professionals. Thirty-Five (35) Students from Guyana, Nigeria, India, South Africa, Uganda, Canada & Syrian Arab Republic were graduated from the University as Doctors and Nurses to serve the community.

It is a privilege and an honour to be hosting the graduation ceremony for our Third Batch of Graduates. We would like to express our gratitude for choosing Texila as a preferred partner for their career.

Since inception in 2010, TAU has witnessed immense growth. Every year “Graduation Day” is the only day for us which signifies the achievement and satisfaction of entire years of effort. We strongly believe that “Graduation is not just a goal instead it’s a beginning of a larger journey of life and all accomplishments we achieve during its course should be taken as starting points for further achievements.”

Our Chief guest, The Honourable Prime Minister of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana, Mr. Moses Nagamootoo, who presented the Graduation Message to our Students said “ the student being responsible healthcare professionals, should uphold the humanity and mankind to the society and treat this profession as noble one and should be committed to serve the community”

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The Keynote Address was delivered by Mr. S.P. Saju Bhaskar, Founder and President of Texila American University. Speaking on the occasion he thanked all of the families and friends in the audience who are present. Recalling the famous saying by Nelson Mandela “Education is the best weapon you can use to change the world”, which is very true. Being educated does not imply to be a matter of proud unless that education is productive with regard to the necessities of the surrounding people and society. A literate on paper and degrees could not be called an educated person, unless he knows how to implement the learnt knowledge. Mr. Saju Bhaskar advised all the students to take the next steps in their journey towards building their career and future.

The Plaque of Appreciation was presented to the Chief Guest by the President of Texila American University. The Degrees were awarded to the Graduates by Hon’ble Prime minister of Guyana.

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The welcome note was delivered by Dr. A. Anand, The Executive Vice-Chancellor of the University. Speaking on the special occasion he quoted “Medicine is never an easy path, but as I have always said, the best things in life never come easy. You all came to this country, far from your home, with dreams and hopes of one day, being called a “Doctor”. Today, your dreams are realized and your journey does not end; rather, it begins.”

We are proud of every single professional who graduated from our University and we are confident that our students will become “Responsible Citizens” “Responsible Healthcare Professionals” & “Responsible Life Savers” for their community, country and world.

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We would like to thank all our Students and Well-Wishers who had supported us throughout our journey in making this milestone possible in the History of Texila!

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“Texila Raises Bar in Education Provision in Zambia”

Texila American University (TAU) Group has pledged, through TAU Zambia, to push beyond the next level the quality of excellence in education provided in Zambia.

In so doing, over the last couple of weeks, TAU Zambia had been finalizing and consolidating its in-country operations prior to the January, 2017, inauguration of the newly acquired 25,000 sq. ft. state-of-the-art campus in one of the Capital City’s most exclusive suburbs.

This consolidation has seen the finalization of the acquisition of TAU Zambia’s new property and the recruitment of highly qualified academic and support staff to run the university when it opens in March, 2017.

TAU’s Founder and President, Saju Bhaskar S.P, made it emphatically evident that TAU’s desire for educational excellence that supersedes what currently is the standard in Zambian Education could only be achieved through the expanding and maximising of Zambia’s educational capacity.

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The President made this clear when he paid a courtesy call on the Minister of Health, Honourable Chitalu Chilufya M.D., at his offices on Tuesday, 25th October, 2016.

In plainly outlining how TAU, through TAU Zambia, would expand and maximize Zambia’s educational capacity, the President assured the Minister that TAU Zambia would bring together both local and international expats that would provide unparalleled and experience-drenched services, which, coupled with the quality education and infrastructure for which the TAU Group is synonymous, would maximize the aforementioned capacity.

“The high quality infrastructure that TAU Zambia’s facilities will provide in the form of state-of-the-art laboratories, classroom and libraries, and the Educational Tourism that will be generated by Zambia through the university’s aim of not only catering to Zambia but the rest of the region as well, will generate revenue for the country,” he said.

The President further unquestionably elaborated to the Honorable Minister that TAU Zambia was more than capable of not only exceeding the requirement standards set by the Health Professions Council of Zambia (HPCZ), but in setting a benchmark at which all other medical institutions in the country will be judged.

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And speaking at the same occasion, Dr.Chilufya stated that the Ministry would facilitate partnerships between TAU Zambia and local hospitals for the successful training of medical doctors who graduate from the university.

The President acknowledged that the Ministry of Health’s facilitation of partnerships with local hospitals on behalf of TAU Zambia and, more so, his pledged personal capacity facilitation, would allow for a much larger partnership for TAU Zambia beyond the more than the five (5) hospitals that are already keen to partner with the university.

The School of Medicine, Department of Nursing, Department of Pharmacy, Department of Public Health, School of Business, Information & Technology, and Education, are among the inaugural schools for which the university is currently enrolling and that will commence in March, 2017.

Furthermore, the President acknowledged that pushing educational excellence in Zambia would require a two-pronged approach that is anchored on one end with the provision of quality education, and on the other end with the generation of revenue for the country to, thus, bolster and encourage more investment in the sector by the Government.

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It is for this reason that when the President paid a courtesy call on the Minister of Higher Education, Honourable Nkandu Luo Ph.D., on Wednesday, 19th October, 2016, the main talking point was Educational Tourism and how TAU will capitalise on this revenue generating venture for the betterment of the Zambian republic.

Educational Tourism, which is one of the fastest growing areas of the travel that is part of the, as of 2014, US$7.6 trillion global tourism industry, refers to any programme in which participants travel to a location as a group with the primary purpose of engaging in a learning experience directly related to the location (Rodger, 1998: 28).

The main idea behind this concept is that travel is as much about self-improvement as it is about relaxation. Therefore, as students come to Zambia to study, they not only travel within their destination country of choice but throughout that county and even to neighbouring lands.

The goal here is to widen the educational experience so that university students do not only know their own culture but also that of at least one other nation.

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