UV Gullas College Of Medicine Graduating Doctors with Directors of Visayas Education

UV Gullas College Of Medicine Graduating Doctors with Directors of Visayas Education

UV Gullas College of Medicine Graduation Day

UV Gullas College of Medicine Graduation Day

UV Gullas College of Medicine Graduating Doctors Happy Faces

UV Gullas College of Medicine Graduating Doctors Happy Faces

UV Gullas College Of Medicine Dr. Vasanth Philip with Visayas Education proprietors

UV Gullas College Of Medicine Dr. Vasanth Philip with Visayas Education proprietors

UVgullas college of medicine Campus Top angle view

uvgullas college of medicine Campus view

UV Gullas College Of Medicine students Celebrated their Graduation Day in Style

We never Expected in our dreams that this would happen amidst the Covid-19 as the Previous batches did not have the Moment to Celebrate. Thanks to VISAYAS EDUCATION & University Management Team.”

— Dr. Abishek Vasanth Philip

CHENNAI, TAMIL NADU, INDIA, August 1, 2022 / — It appeared as though UV Gullas College of Medicine in the Philippines had a wonderful event akin to New Year’s or Christmas Eve.
In order to find out what was really going on in the SEA SIDE MALL in Cebu City, we had to go in ourselves. As it turned out, the final year students were celebrating their graduation after successfully finishing their MD (MBBS) Course after a long struggle and Online, Offline lessons.
The students this year are particularly noteworthy since they underwent a roller coaster of a journey to finish this course, advance thus far, and turn the impossible into reality.
Even though students have graduated from UV Gullas College of Medicine through Visayas Education for the past six to seven years, they did not have the same exposure and enjoyment because they missed their offline classes and switched to online learning instead, felt ill, learned what quarantine and isolation meant, and received assistance in treating patients due to the patient overflow.
However, as you can see, all of their pain and suffering has now inspired them to value their doctoral degrees, embark on careers in medicine, and advance and help others.
In order to show respect, each nation’s national song was performed for the pupils from India, Australia, Ghana, the United States, Italy, and Germany. There were smiling, energetic faces around. The Future Frontliners are prepared to march into Reality.
They were delighted to get their certificates, but they also believed they would have no trouble passing the INDIA NEXT (FMGE) screening exam because of the superior quality of their education.

Please get in touch with VISAYAS EDUCATION, the UV Gullas College of Medicine’s official Representative, if you have aspirations of becoming a doctor! For the next 5.6 years, we are here to Help you.
Why choose UV Gullas College of Medicine

• Forty decades of promotion of medical students
• For excellence, UV Gullas College of Medicine is ranked 6650 globally.
• Third place among the Philippines’ top medical schools
• Education and syllabus materials adapted from the US
• Committed academics pushing for the highest levels of instruction
• For the comfort of international students, special batches
• There are now about 2500 Indian students studying medicine.
• The best amenities and infrastructure are offered
• Separate Indian student dormitories on campus with vegetarian and non-vegetarian food options.
• The campus’s hospitable and healthy environment
• No donation, capitalization, or entrance examinations are required.
• The low, extremely cheap cost structure that allows for monthly payments.

The Gullas College of Medicine’s admissions office will guide students through the following steps:
• Parents and applicants are asked to take into account their desire to study MBBS in the Philippines before enrolling them.
• UV Gullas College of Medicine’s admissions procedure shall be open and honest.
The UV Gullas College of Medicine cost schedule, the UV Gullas College of Medicine hostel, food and accommodation, safety and security, and the UV Gullas College of Medicine curriculum are all covered in the counselling.
• Following confirmation of the entrance status, the procedure will start.
• An acceptance notification will be sent by the university.
•The UV Gullas College of Medicine personnel will help students get PCC if they don’t have a passport. They also provide assistance to students who don’t have one.
• Additional assistance with documentation
• Training and transporting the students to the office to complete the visa processing The UV Gullas Staff also handles interviews.
• The staff finally travels with the students to the Gullas College of Medicine in the Philippines.
• The office purchases the student’s ticket so that they may be sent in batches together.

The following list of papers must be provided to UV Gullas College of Medicine in order to be admitted to study MBBS in the Philippines:

• The applicant must be at least 18 years old, have completed their high school education, and submit a complete application for admission.
•The original copy of the birth certificate, the report cards from grades 10 and 12, the NEET score sheet or card, and a passport photocopy are all required documents. A Certificate of Good Moral Character from the most recent institution attended is also required.
• Prior to mailing the originals to the office, these papers must be scanned and submitted to
If the documents are deemed to be in good order by the Staff, the university will issue a confirmation email.

Once you receive an email from the institution, it is imperative to have ready the following important papers for submission:
• Write the letter of post-admission.
• Obtain a financial affidavit for the apostil procedure.
• A medical report is required.
• The college administration must get original certificates.
• For certification and apostilship, the provided papers must be delivered to the Philippine Embassy in Guindy Chennai.

You now have the opportunity to realise your dream of becoming a doctor!
There are 15k Indian students studying in the Philippines, and between 2500 and 3000 Indian students attend UV Gullas College of Medicine, so you won’t be studying alone.

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Holocaust Survivor Joe Rubinstein Passes Away at 101

Joe Rubinstein on his 101st birthday, September 16, 2021. Photo by John Pregulman:

Joe Rubinstein holding a copy of the book about his life: Auschwitz #34207 The Joe Rubinstein Story (photo by Crystal Merrill 2019)

Joe Rubinstein holding a copy of the book about his life: Auschwitz #34207 The Joe Rubinstein Story (photo by Crystal Merrill 2019)

Holocaust survivor Joe Rubinstein holding photo of his beloved mother  that he had not seen since he was taken from the Radom, Poland, Ghetto in 1941

Holocaust survivor Joe Rubinstein holding photo of his beloved mother who perished in the Holocaust

“Love Life. Love God. Love each other. That’s all there is.”— Joe Rubinstein

I cannot imagine a world without Joe, but thankfully his life, legacy, and lessons will live on through the example he set for us all. Joe gave us an inspirational map on how to deal with adversity.”

— Author Nancy Sprowell Geise

CASTLE ROCK, CO, UNITED STATES, July 22, 2022 / — Holocaust survivor Joe Rubinstein passed away peacefully in Loveland, Colorado, on July 18, 2022. Joe was the believed to be the oldest known Holocaust survivor in Colorado.

Icek Jakub Rubinsztejn ”Joe Rubinstein” was born on September 16, 1920 in Radom, Poland. After Germany invaded Poland, Joe and his family were sent to the Radom Ghetto in 1941.

Two weeks later, Joe was taken from the ghetto and sent to several concentration camps. Joe never saw his family again. His widowed mother, Reska, his older brother, Dawid, Joe’s identical twin, Chaim, his younger brother, Abram, and younger sister, Laja, were all believed murdered at the Treblinka Death camp following the “liquidation” of the Radom Ghetto in 1942.

“It is my deepest prayer,” said Nancy Sprowell Geise, author of the award-winning book about his life, Auschwitz #34207 – The Joe Rubinstein Story, “that at this moment Joe is in the loving embrace of his beloved family. Although he survived decades without them, they never were far from his thoughts and heart. Even at the age of 101, Joe could not speak of them without weeping.”

Throughout his life, Joe defied the odds. He went on, not only to survive several of the most notorious Nazi concentration camps, including over two years at Auschwitz/Birkenau, but to live a long, productive, and joy-filled life. Joe and his bride, Irene, moved to the United States in 1949. Joe would become one of New York City’s leading shoe designers, working for such iconic companies as Korkease Shoes, Herbert Levine Shoes, Nina Shoes, Gelbrow Shoes, and later in California for Sbicca of California and Cherokee of California.

Joe’s philosophy of living so long: “Eat right, exercise every day and help each other. That’s what I did.”

Geise said, “For nearly 70 years Joe never told anyone about his story because he did not think anything good could come of it. After the book about his life was published, Joe was deeply touched by the many letters and feedback he got from people around the world telling him that if he found a way to live a joy-filled life after losing all he did, then they knew they could find a way to face their troubles.”

Geise is grateful that Joe finally decided to tell his story so that his family of origin will never be forgotten. “He became a voice for many who perished in the Holocaust and did not live to share their stories.”

“He was an inspiration to so many,” Geise said. “He will continue to be an inspiration for future generations about not giving in to despair and not turning to darkness. Instead, Joe saw the best in people. He lived into the idea of how we each have a choice in how we respond to adversity. Joe chose joy.”

Joe is survived by his wife, Irene, of 74 years, a son, daughter-in-law, three grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren.

On his 100th birthday, the City of Fort Collins, Colorado, declared the day “Joe Rubinstein Day.”

Geise said, “Joe told me in one of the last conversations I had with him, that every day he thanks God that he is alive, but that he is ready when God calls him home. Joe loved to remind people that life is precious and that we should never give up on it. I am grateful that he never did.”

To learn more about Joe’s remarkable life: Auschwitz #34207 – The Joe Rubinstein Story

ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1939919120

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Wealth and the Commonwealth

A New Way to Wealth

Giants of Social Investing

Bruce Piasecki

A New Way to Wealth is a master work on work in a world of change. Piasecki has done it again–33 years after being one of the first to write about climate change and the needs for corporate reform”

— CEO Globe Scan Chris Coulter

BALLSTON SPA, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, July 15, 2022 / — January 6 as an Assault on Society and Capitalism

“Piasecki’s work empowers you during these times of challenging social change. He is a master of revealing the new vitality between Business and Society, dramatizing the arts of competitive frugality ”
— Bill Novelli, former CEO of AARP, founder of Porter Novelli, author Good Business (John Hopkins Press)

Bruce Piasecki’s new book, “A New Way to Wealth: The Power of Doing More with Less” builds from his career as the founder of a global management consulting firm, and world traveler from his books World Inc (2007) and Doing More with Less (Doing More With Less became a New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestseller in 2013 and parts of 2014.)

A New Way to Wealth is his global framing and analyical description of a new form of capitalism–social response capitalism–that Piasecki and others see as operative today. This is a form of capitalism that changes corporate strategy, brands, and talent recruitment at the best firms committed to bold climate goals and net zero greenhouse gas emissions goals.

Within this book expect to find management and social marketing insights into:

1. how best to well managed global and mid-size corporations now respond to climate and capital constraints.

2. using exemplar lives from Ben Franklin to Bob Dylan, this new book reveals how competing on scarcity offers creativity and innovation.

3. using the principles in this book, small to large global firms can compete on what Piasecki calls the “arts of competitive frugality”, doing more with less law suits, less waste in advertising. Piasecki does this in explaining the shifts from print marketing to internet marketing now booming thru social media that reaches the new interests in Business and Society. The old messaging of business against society is over, according to this new book.

Piasecki’s firm, the AHC Group Inc, has served as change management teams to enhance the competitiveness of firms as large and complex as Merck, bp, Walgreens Alliance Boots thru world trend advisory councils, often across three to five year assignments reaching the top 50 of a firm. Lately, the new book has him being magnified thru immersive learning by the companies, like bp and others, that have him reach 10,000s in a exchange on these principles before corporate staff. He has begun building learning academies within some of these firms, after leaving tenure at both RPI and Clarkson, engineering firms, where he had built innovative education masters mixing science, management and legal training.

Dr. Michael Shippee, writing in the introduction to “A New Way to Wealth” notes “Dr. Piasecki’s popular work is built on the historical shoulders of Ben Franklin and Abe Lincoln, amplified by those that write introductions to his books like the CEO of Globe Scan Chris Coulter, megatrend bestsellers like Patricia Aburdene, or the governance heads of global valuation firms like Standard and Poors.” View the endorsements of this new book to see why bp and Walgreens Alliance Boots has global executives noted the value of this new form of capitalism.

What is most significant for today is to understand the current threats to social response capitalism, both in the United States, England and elsewhere where his work has been translated, and where he has met CFOs, corporate strategists as well as government officials on these topics for decades.

Piasecki’s new book sets the context to understand the Trump inspired assault on our Capitol as an assault against the new form of reliable rule-based social capitalism noted in World Inc and “A New Way to Wealth.”

His new talks in London, Greece, and his new editions of the argument in Greek, Korean, Japanese magnify his understanding of this new more swift and severe form of capitalism. For Piasecki, open global capitalism, a capitalism that responds to the social needs of the elderly, the disadvantaged, and the weak, is the opposite of the storming of the Capitol by an angry mob. His books provide examples of those that compete well for capital, talent, quality, innovation and social needs like Unilever and others.

Watch how Mia Funk on her top ranked podcast series, Creative Process, engages Bruce Piasecki in a few recent podcasts, offering him a ten part series based on Business and Society. His Amazon page contains his blog and hundreds of other user comments. You Tube select talks at Universities throughout the world.

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