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Chhina Inaugurates High Tech Modern Khalsa Diagnostic Lab’s Extension

 Amritsar, April 7   Khalsa College Governing Council honourary secretary Rajinder Mohan Singh Chhina today inaugurated a high tech extension counter of Khalsa Diagnostic Lab (KDL) at Khalsa College premises for the convenience of the general public. The Lab offers all diagnostic tests at the lucrative discounted rates for the health benefits of the general public, students, staff and Council members.
  Being run by Khalsa College of Pharmacy (KCP), the lab already providing services inside the campus would now help even the general public to obtain the basic facilities of testing at the lab at reasonable prices. Chhina said it was with this in mind that the management has set up the extension counter which will be a lifeline and beneficial for the people of rural as well as urban areas.   Accompanied by the lab KCGC joint secretaries Gurbir Singh and Ajmer Singh Heir, Chhina said the lab will offer various popular packages for routine tests. The tests and samples are tested in the lab with the help of imported automatic machines and modern instruments without human touch, said Principal KCP Dr.RK Dhawan.
  He said that the lab also provides a platform to students and researchers with the latest technology. “All kinds of pathology tests are possible in the lab where students of graduate and post graduate courses carry out studies and research.
 Council joint secretary SS Mannan, Members Paramjit Singh Bal, Dr. Mehal Singh, Principal Khalsa College, Dr. Jaspal Singh, Principal Khalsa College of Law, Dr. Harpreet Kaur, Principal Khalsa College of Education, G.T Road, Dr. Surinder Kaur, Principal Khalsa College for Women, Dr. Harish Kumar Verma, Principal Khalsa College of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, Dr. Kawaljit Singh, Principal Khalsa College of Physical Education, Dr. Kamaljit Kaur, Principal Khalsa College of Nursing, AS Gill, Principal Khalsa College Public School, Dr. Charanjit Singh, Medical Officer, NK Sharma, Projects Manager were present.