IMANATCON2019

NATCON 2019

94th ANNUAL CONFERENCE OF INDIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION

80th ANNUAL MEETING OF CENTRAL COUNCIL-IMA 

27th AND 28th DECEMBER,2019

ORGANIZED BY-IMA BENGAL STATE BRANCH

About IMA
 
Indian Medical Association is the only representative, national voluntary organization of Doctors of Modern Scientific System of Medicine, which looks after the interest of doctors as well as the well-being of the community at large.
 
The founding fathers way back in 1928, while struggling for liberation of the Motherland from British rule simultaneously felt the need of a national organization of the medical profession. Before that, some members of the profession- a selected few – were members of the British Medical Association, which had opened branches in India to cater to the local needs. These stalwarts, ultimately succeeded in formation of Indian Medical Association and reached an agreement with the British Medical Association that they will have no branch in India, and got mutually affiliated, which relationship continues till today.
 
Indian Medical Association in the year 1946 helped in organization of the World body, namely, World Medical Association, and thus became its founder member. As an organization it has been, and continues to play an important role in its deliberations. It hosted the III World Conference on Medical Education under the joint auspices of W.M.A. and I.M.A. in New Delhi in 1966.
 
Today, I.M.A. is a well-established organization with its Headquarters at Delhi and State / Terr. Branches in 32 States and Union Territories. It has over 400000 doctors as its members through more than 1700 local branches spread all over the country.
 
Objectives:
 
To promote and advance medical and allied sciences in all their different branches and to promote the improvement of public health and medical education in India
 
To maintain the honor and dignity and to uphold the interest of the medical profession and to promote co-operation amongst the members thereof;
 
To work for the abolition of compartmentalism in medical education, medical services and registration in the country and this to achieve equality among all members of the profession.