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“India’s Covid Fightback has become a learning lesson in overseas Universities”, says Dr. Preetha Reddy, Apollo Hospitals: XLRI 66th Annual Convocation

© Provided by The Indian Express  “India’s Covid Fightback has become a learning lesson in overseas Universities”,  says Dr. Preetha Reddy,  Senior Vice President,
Apollo Hospitals at the XLRI 66th Annual Convocation held at Jamshedpur Jharkhand India.
Dr. Preetha Reddy, Sr VP, Apollo Hospitals, was key note speaker at the 66th annual convocation of XAVIER SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT
held at Jamshedpur Campus of XLRI. Dr Preetha Reddy was conferred, ‘Sir Jehangir Ghandy Medal for Industrial and Social Peace’ 
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