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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University’s 33rd convocation ceremony on Friday by video-conference, his office said. During the convocation ceremony, a total of 17,591 candidates will be granted degrees and diplomas. Also present on the occasion will be the Governor of Tamil Nadu.

The Office of the Prime Minister (PMO) said, “Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the Tamil Nadu Dr. MGR Medical University’s 33rd conference on February 26, 2021, at 11 am via video conference.”

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The university is named after MG Ramachandran, the former Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.

Under its umbrella, it has a total of 686 affiliated institutions covering the fields of medical, dental, pharmacy, nursing, AYUSH, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and allied sciences of health.

These institutions are spread over the length and breadth of Tamil Nadu, including 41 medical colleges, 19 dental colleges, 48 AYUSH colleges, 199 nursing colleges, 81 pharmacy colleges, and the remainder are specialty post-doctoral medical and allied health institutions.

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