Nagpur: Senior Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist –Endoscopist and Microsurgeon, Dr Manjula Rohatgi was conferred “Lifetime Achievement Award” by Nagpur Obstetrics and Gynaecological Society (NOGS) during recently concluded Laparoscopy Carnival in “Gynaecon 2015.” The event was jointly organized by NOGS and Indian Association of Gynaecological Endoscopists (IAGE) at Hotel Radisson Blu recently.
Dr. Rajendra Sankpal, President IAGE, felicitated Dr Rohatgi by offering her with shawl & shreefal and presented a Citation honouring her for immense contribution in the field of Laparoscopic Surgery in Gynaecology. Dr. Indrajeet Mulik, Organising Chairman and President of NOGS, Dr. Sandeep Nikhade, Org. Secretary and Hon. Secretary of NOGS and Dr. Swapna Sharma graced the programme by their presence.
Dr. Manjula Rohtgi also presented “Laparoscopic Management of Ovarian Endometrioma” during Gynaecon 2015 Laparoscopic Carnival, which was chaired by Dr. Rajendra Sankpal, Dr. Chaitanya Shembekar and Dr. S. Krishna Kumar. Dr. Manjula Rohtagi is wife of Dr. S. N. Mukherjee, Consultant Physician and Ex. Director of Mure Memorial Hospital, Nagpur. Dr Rohtagi is MBBS, (Calcutta); FRCOG (London), FICOG (India), FICMCH (India) & Director of Shonali Rohatgi Nursing Home, Endoscopy-Infertility & Microsurgery Centre. 275, Civil Lines, Nagpur.
Commenting on the award, Dr Rohatgi said, “This Award has made me extremely happy as it was presented by my own Society, NOGS. President Dr Indrajeet Mulik and Secretary Dr Sandeep Nikhade along with other members worked hard to select the awardee. I am proud member of the Society . I was President of NOGS way back in 1990 when annual congress of FOGSI was held first time in Nagpur. Since then I have organized two World Congress events in 2000, 2010 and annual conference of Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in 2004 (AICC- RCOG). I have presented papers in various conferences in India and abroad. Now I am 81yrs old, though done enough work in the field of Obsterics and Gynaecology for the care of local women of Nagpur, I still carry the spirit of progress,” stated Dr Rohatgi with pride staring her face.