UAE: Gulf Medical University Honours Ramanath Rai, U T Khader

UAE: Gulf Medical University, the leading private medical university in the UAE owned and operated by Thumbay Group, honoured Ramanath Rai, Minister for Forest, Environment & Ecology, Govt of Karnataka – India and U T Khader, Minister for Health & Family Welfare, Govt of Karnataka – India, during its 12th Annual Convocation function held at the Emirates Hospitality Centre in Al Jurf, Ajman here, on Wednesday, 9 December.

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The awards of recognition were handed over to the ministers by the chief guest of the function, Sheikh Humaid Bin Rashid Al Nuaimi, member of the Supreme Council, UAE and Ruler of Ajman, in the presence of Sheikh Nahyan Bin Mabarak Al Nahyan, the Minister of Culture, Youth and Community Development – Government of UAE, members of the Ruling Family of Ajman, Thumbay Moideen – Founder President of the Board of Governors of Gulf Medical University, as well as Ministers, Ambassadors and Consuls of various countries.

The appreciation was accorded to the ministers in recognition of their long tenures as successful ministers/legislators and for their outstanding services to political initiatives and social causes in their official and personal capacities.

Speaking to the media after receiving the awards, Ramanath Rai and U T Khader thanked Thumbay Moideen for bestowing them with the special recognition. They also congratulated Thumbay Moideen for his successful journey as a leading entrepreneur in the Middle East, and for his vision in setting up pioneering institutions such as the Gulf Medical University and the Thumbay Hospitals and Clinics in the UAE. They conveyed their good wishes for all future endeavors of Thumbay Group.

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