H.H Sheikh Saud Bin Saqr Al Qasimi Inaugurated RAKCODS New Campus at Ras Al Khaimah,U.A.E


Ras al Khaimah: September 23, 2012

By:Zulfiqar Shah

H.H Sheikh Saud Bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Chancellor Supreme Council Member & Ruler of Ras Al Khaimah, the Chief Guest of the ceremony, inaugurated new Campus of RAK College of Dental Sciences.

Dr. S. Gurumadhva Rao, Vice Chancellor of RAK Medical and Health Sciences University, Dr. Anis Ahmed, Vice Chancellor of Riphah International University, along with dignitaries from RAK, Pakistan and Mauritius were also present at the occasion.

His Excellency, Mr. Rajesh Jeetah, Minister of Tertiary Education of Mauritius, who was specially invited at this occasion, was the Guest of Honor.

Speaking at the occasion, Mr. Hassan M. Khan the CEO of RAKCODS apprised the audience about the building and the future plans.

RAK College of Dental Sciences is a constituent college of RAK Medical and Health Sciences University it was founded in 2007 RAKCODS new building is a State-of-the-Art, purpose-built Oral Healthcare Center,  housing  the Dental College equipped with latest and finest machinery. This building is another landmark of Ras Al Khaimah, serving students and the local community. The college currently has students from 20 nationalities including UAE, Bahrain, Saudi Arab, India, Bangladesh, Syria, Pakistan, Jordon, UK, Canada and United States.

RAKCODS specialty is provision of clinic based training cum learning environment, in a peaceful, clean and secure environment, providing best learning place for the students.

The Chief Guest inaugurated the building and he along with the Guests of Honor visited various departments of the building. He also witnessed labs, auditoriums and equipment that cater to various technical training and requirements of the Institution.

The Chief Guest also graced RAK Dental Hospital in the building. This hospital caters the needs of oral Health care of the local population, as well as would provide Lab services for clinics in the Emirates. He also interacted with senior doctors and students busy in treating patients.

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