Awards of M.P.S.O.S

Awards of M.P.S.O.S

Introduction

Only Regular Life Members of M.P.S.O.S are eligible for the award. No individual can be awarded the same award twice. The award is to an individual. The recipient has to be a member of “Good standing with no-society dues” All award are to individuals.

Awards are a reason for efforts to excel They also show the gratitude of the members for those who have served the society admirably and enhanced the, name, fame and status of the society. The society has to be ever vigilant to prevent them from becoming cheap gimmick for favoritism by anyone.

About Awards to be instituted on name of individuals – The society shall carefully evaluate the personal standing of the individual in the society before accepting donation for award on the name of the individual. The rules for the award shall be framed only by the MPSOS. The contributor may express their thinking in general terms while proposing the Award but the rules will be framed by the MPSOS only.

After the passing of this Constitution revision by the Special General Body in the 29th Annual Conference Indore donation shall be as follows. Yearly award –Rupees 50,000, alternate years award—Rs 30,000/-. Every third year award– Rs.25000 / For an award in one conference year only one name can be nominated.

In case the name of a awards committee member or his relation is likely to figure for any award the concerned member shall quit his position from the committee for that year.

Honorary Awards

These awards are given to members of the society who have at least 15. years of membership for their outstanding ophthalmic service to the community, continued interest in the progress of the society and active scientific interests.

At present there are 3 such awards.

  1. Prof. R.K.Mishra. Award
  2. Prof. R.P. Dhanda Award
  3. Prof. A.H.Firdousi Award

The Honorary awards are to be given every third year by rotation in this order.(Year of institution)

Competitive Awards

No combined authorship papers are to be included for the competitive awards.

The award is to an individual. The recipient has to be a member of “Good standing with no society dues”

At present there are 18 such awards.

  1. Prof. G. S. Wagle oration competition award
  2. Dr. P.L.Dubey memorial Award
  3. Prof. D.N.S. Choudhary Memorial award
  4. Prof. R.P.Dhandha memorial award
  5. Prof. I.B.Goel memorial award
  6. Prof. B.Shukla Award
  7. Smt. Prabha Devi Award
  8. Shri Sadguru Seva Sangh Chitrakoot award
  9. Dr. H.C.Setiya award video award
  10. Haripad Datta Award
  11. “Teachers” award
  12. “Non teachers” award
  13. Smt. Narsing Bahadur Memorial Award
  14. Low Vision Aids Award
  15. Dr J K Raizada Award
  16. Late Dr Kumud V A Joshi Award
  17. Dr Ramesh Krishna Agarwal Award
  18. Smt Mani Heeresh Chandra Award

Details of various awards

As of now there are the following (Total) 21 awards

(1) Prof. G. S. Wagle oration competition award.

Any regular life member of 10 years. Standing can send his paper for this competition. It has to be a one-person work on any subject of his/her choice. The paper shall reach the Chairperson of the Scientific committee at least 8 weeks before the date of the Annual conference. The paper shall be judged by a panel of three judges from amongst the RLM of the MPSOS with a minimum standing of 10 years in the society. The judges will be appointed by the chairperson of the scientific committee.

(2)Prof. R.K.Mishra. Award

To be given to a Regular Life Member of the society of a minimum of 15 years standing.

The member should have an impeccable ethical as a member of the MPSOS. Must have a record of “Active interest” in the affairs of MPSOS and a contribution to Academic progress of the society.

(3) Prof. R.P. Dhanda Award

To be given to a Regular Life Member of the society of a minimum of 15 years standing.

The member should have an impeccable ethical record as a member of the MPSOS

Should have a record of out standing community Service in Ophthalmology.

(4) Prof. A.H.Firdousi Award

To be given to a senior person deeply interested in ophthalmic service to the weaken section of the society and having no personal or professional blemish in his/her carrier.

(5) Dr. P.L.Dubey memorial Award

For the best free paper on “Posterior segment”

(6) Prof. D.N.S. Choudhary Memorial award. (by Dr S C Batalia)

To be awarded to the over all “best free paper of the year”.

(7) Prof. R.P.Dhandha memorial award.

To be awarded to the best free paper of the year on “Cornea”

(8) Prof. I.B.Goel memorial award

To be given to the best free paper on “Pediatric Ophthalmology”

(9) Prof. B.Shukla Award.

For the “Best grass root free paper” presented by RLM working /practicing at district or sub district places.

(1O) Smt. Prabha Devi Award.

Best free paper presented by a lady R L M .of the MPSOS

Video films received for the competition will be presented at a Video Session and judged by a panel of judges appointed by the scientific committee. The video entries could be either institutional or individual and award certificate will be issued accordingly.

(11) Shri Sadguru Seva Sangh Chitrakoot award

For the best Video Film by an Institution

(12) Dr. H.C.Setiya award video award

For an Individual

(13) Haripad Datta Award

…is to a “District “and not an individual for

[a]. Number of operations done in the year in the district.
[b] Academic activities like scientific meetings, seminar symposium work shops etc.
[c] papers presented from the members of the district in the state/national conference. The Divisional societies shall encourage their district units for submitting their records to the awards committee in time

Divisional districts like Bhopal, Gwalior, lndore , Jabalpur, Rewa, Saugar Ujjain etc will not be eligible for this competition.

(14) “Teachers” award for the best free paper by a teacher

All teachers RLM in the medical colleges who are 40 years or bellow shall be eligible.

(15) “Non teachers” award

RLM who have never been a teacher in a medical college or have not been above the rank of RMO/RSO in the past. Are eligible for this award.

(16) Smt Narsing Bahadur Memorial Award: (on glaucoma, introduced by Dr Salil Kumar):

Only Regular Life Members/Honorary Life member of MPSOS shall be eligible for this award. This award shall be presented for the best free paper on glaucoma presented during the MPSOS conference.

(17) Low Vison Aids Award:

This award shall be presented for the best free paper on low vision aids by a RLM during the MPSOS conference.

(18) Dr J K Raizada Award:

This award shall be presented for the best free paper on Cataract by a RLM during the MPSOS conference.

(19) Late Dr Kumud V A Joshi Award

This award shall be presented for the best free paper by a post graduate member in a special session during the MPSOS conference.

(20) Dr Ramesh Krishna Agarwal Award

This award is for best poster presented by RLM/PG member. Physical posters 4 x 3 feet. Chief author should be present during judgement by panel of judges. Time of the judgement will be informed in the scientific programme.

(21) Smt Mani Heeresh Chandra Memorial Award

This award is for the best paper presented by RLM on Orbit and Oculoplasty in annual conference every 3rd year with all common rules for competitive awards.