Junior Cabinet TYS

The Yenepoya School held investiture ceremony for the Junior Cabinet at the Yenepoya School auditorium. Mr Saad Yenepoya, Ex student of the school was the Chief Guest for the occasion. Ms. Mishria Javeed presided over the event. Nuha Jameela and Manbir Singh from Grade III were elected as the head girl and head boy, respectively. The newly elected junior cabinet members administered the oath enthusiastically. The program was co-ordinated by Ms. Reshma Nayak, Programme Leader  and teachers. The event received a lot of appreciation from the parents who were overwhelmed on seeing their kids assume responsible roles.



The Yenepoya Pre University College, Jeppinamogeru, had a tremendous season this year clinching all the major soccer titles in the district. They won the Independence Cup organised by the District Football Association. They lifted the District level Trophy and six members of the team represented the State level Football Tournament. They finished Runners Up in the State and six members of the Yenepoya PU College got selected for the Nationals.



With the expansion in road network, motorization and urbanization in the country, the number of road accidents have surged and it is becoming one of the leading causes of deaths across the world. In order to control accidents and Road Traffic injuries within the campus, Yenepoya Univerity implemented Helmet compulsory rule for the students and staff riding two-wheelers.

Mr. Yenepoya Abdulla Kunhi, Chancellor, Yenepoya Univeristy, feels that wearing a helmet should come willingly rather than being forced by an authority. He further said that, “controlling the speed of vehicles and following the traffic rules are essential measures for road safety. We cannot keep track on students wearing helmet outside the campus, but by this rule atleast they will understand the importance of wearing a helmet. However, self realisation is more important.”


Instructional course on degenerative disc disease of the spine with live surgery demonstration held at YMC.

Degenerative disc disease is a condition of the discs between vertebrae with loss of cushioning, fragmentation and herniation related to ageing and 10 million cases are reported in our country every year. The two-day workshop of “Instructional course on degenerative disc disease of the spine with live surgery demonstration” on 7th and 8th October 2017 held at Yenepoya Medical College Hospital premises, University campus, Deralakatte, Mangalore was a huge success attended by 80 delegates.


The workshop was organized by the department of orthopaedics under the guidance of Professor Mahabala Rai head of the Department of Orthopedics YMC in association with Department of Neurosurgery, Yenepoya Medical College, Canara Orthopaedics Society and Canara Spine Forum. Dr Shreekumar Menon, Registrar, Yenepoya University inaugurated the program on 7th morning and Dr Shanatharam Shetty, Pro-Chancellor, Nitte University and Mr Farhaad Yenepoya, Finance Director, YU attended the program as chief guests.

One of the key features of the workshop was live surgery demonstration by spine surgeons from Mangalore and various problems related to backache were discussed by visiting the faculties. Organizing Secretary and Chief Spine Surgeon of Yenepoya Medical College, Dr Janardhana Aithala who coordinated live surgeries said that all 80 delegates were actively involved in the sessions and the program was highly successful.



Ask for Robotic Surgery

The Yenepoya Medical College Hospital achieved the distinction of being the first hospital in the Coastal Karnataka region to establish an Advanced Robotic Centre with the latest  Da Vinci minimally invasive surgical technology. The state of the art centre was inaugurated on 30th July 2016 by the Hon’ble Governor of Karnataka, Shri Vajubhai Vala. The Centre works with a team of dedicated doctors and has successfully completed 150+ Robotic assisted surgeries in the hospital.

The centre is undertaking lot of awareness building measures to help the general public understand Robotic surgery. Before the surgery the patients are given proper counselling about this surgery and it’s benefits. The Robot does not do anything on its own, every movement of the Robot is controlled by a surgeon who sits at the console. The use of these technologies is enabling the medical students of the Yenepoya Medical College to get exposed to the changing face of surgery and medical care in today’s world.

Robotic surgery was developed to overcome the limitations of invasive surgery and to enhance the capability of open surgery. In the past, surgeons had to make large incisions in order to reach the organs they needed to operate on. This often meant big, ugly scars and long recovery period. Robotic surgery offers patients the possibility of less invasive surgery, with smaller incisions, less scarring, decreased post-operative pain, and shorter hospital stay.

Robotic surgery has only been around since the early 2000s. In India, this advanced surgery is available only at a handful of reputed hospitals. With the establishment of this centre, Yenepoya Medical College Hospital has made this advanced facility available for the first time in Dakshina Kannada District and Northern Kerala. It also became the first medical college in the state to implement such advanced surgical facility in Coastal Karnataka region by a private Deemed to be University under the Department of Urology and Oncology. Keeping in view the large number of below poverty line  patients under various government schemes who come for treatment, the hospital is making this facility available to them at highly subsidised cost and in many cases almost free.



Using drama to raise awareness about Alzheimer’s

World Alzheimer’s Day, September 21st of each year, aims to raise awareness on the most common form of dementia, increased among people aged 65+ with a progressive decline in memory, thinking, language and learning capacity. It is estimated that every 3 seconds, someone in the world develops dementia and at least 44 million people are living with dementia.


Using drama/street play to raise awareness of Alzheimer’s on the World Alzheimer’s Day with the theme “Remember me” was the idea of the doctor’s from psychiatry department of Yenepoya University to get people to think positively about how to be with people who have dementia, to provide encouragement & support for people with dementia, so they realise they are not alone.The play was entirely conceptualized and performed by staff and post-graduates of the Department of Psychiatry.


The audience received the play very well and got good feedbacks from everywhere. It helped the audience with a lot of things which they didn’t know about Alzheimer’s and it also provided a safe space for people to share their own experiences as has happened following previous performances.

Convocation 2017

Convocation is a milestone for a university as it reflects the achievements of the students, teachers and the founders of the university. 21st October was one of the most memorable day in the history of the Yenepoya University as it was the Seventh Convocation of the University. With a cast of 421 graduates, chief guest, guests, friends and family who gathered in YENDURANCE(university auditorium) witnessed a truly momentous occasion

Chief guest Dr G.K Rath Head, National Cancer Institute-India, Chief, Cancer Center & Prof, Radiation Oncology, AIIMS, New Delhi, in his convocation address to graduates, stressed the importance of taking Clinical Research (Translational Research) in India as their career and concentrate on solving medical problems facing the country, as India is experiencing a rapid transition in the health sector.Guest of honour Mr. Faizal Kottikollon Chairman KEF Holdings, in his speech, emphasized on moving with the time and technology and briefed the importance of living a better life with good values.

Yenepoya Abdulla Kunhi (Honorable Chancellor, YU) presided the function. Graduates took their pledge to fulfil the expectations of founder and to be honest in the discharge of their duties and serve for the cause of the nation and they were awarded the gold medals and degree certificates. Dr. M. Vijiaya Kumar (Vice- Chancellor, YU), Dr. G. Shreekumar Menon(Registrar), Dr. B.T Nandish (Deputy Controller of Examinations), Y. Mohamed Kunhi (Chairman, IAE), Dr. Akhter Husain (Secretary, IAE) and other dignitaries were present in the programme.

The Program ended with the divine blessings and return of academic procession.

Engineers Day’17 Celebration in YIT

Every year on September 15th, YIT celebrates the “Engineer’s Day” to commemorate the birthday of the legendary engineer Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvaraya (1861-1962), an eminent Indian engineer. Function was invoked by the seeking the blessing of almighty. Chief Guest Dr. Ashok Rao, Former Project Head, CADET. IISC, Bangalore garlanded Sir.M. V. photo as token of respect accompanied by Principal Dr. R.G. D’ Souza.

Dr. Rao in his address spoke about changing faces of engineering and management in education system and contribution of young engineers towards developing INDIA. Dr. Rao was felicitated for his achievement in engineering. Dr. R. G. D’ Souza, Principal of YIT and Prof. Gangadhar, HOD of ECE presided over the function.

Karaseva -be the change !!!

Karaseva is an organization for early detection of common diseases in school children by medical undergraduates of Yenepoya University. They aim to screen the students of government schools who don’t have access to quality health care and the children who are found to have conditions are treated in University Hospital.


These group of dedicated and diligent medical students eager to serve the society they live in, during their study course they came across young children with conditions which could easily be prevented if they had access to the right kind of medical attention. The conditions they suffered from was reflected on their attendance in school and hence their education. This thought reinforced Karaseva the importance of screening and prevention.



They believe that biggest change can be brought only if small steps are taken. This lead to the birth of Karaseva. They started as a small group of eight students out to make a difference is now an expanded family of 80 members . They have successfully screened over 1695 students in 11 schools and 199 students were successfully treated for the conditions they suffered from in the University hospital.


Karaseva now stands here as a testimony to the fact that small steps lead to big changes and welcoming you to be a part of their little family and help them to make the world we live in a better place than we found it in.

Reach them @kasarasev16 in Instagram and facebook.

Graduation Day’17 Celebration in YIT

Yenepoya of Technology & Management (YIT) organized graduation day ceremony at the institute premises on 6th August 2017.  Graduates who passed out during the academic year 2016-17 received  their graduation certificates from the chief guest, Chief Guest, Prof. K Uma Maheshwar Rao, Director NITK, Suratkal and Mr. Yenepoya Abdulla Kunhi, Chancellor of Yenepoya University.

In his address to the graduates, Prof. Rao stated that a person can achieve success  in his life only when he possess self-power, behavioral skills and concern about the relationships.

The dignitaries on the dais also included the Governing Council Members, Mr.Ramachandra Shetty and Akthar Hussain, Principal Dr. R G D’Souza, HODs of the various branches Dr. Sathisha N,(ME), Prof. Gangadhar(ECE), Prof. Guru Prasad (CSE), Prof. Pandu(ISE), Prof. Prasanna (EEE).


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