M.D. DMRD., FIMSA
Meenakshi Medical College Hospital and Research Institute, Kanchipuram, has been in the forefront of providing competent, compassionate and caring medical professionals in the country for the last two decades. This institution is known for providing global leadership in human development, excellence in education and quality health care. With committed and skilled faculty, excellent infrastructure, state of art equipment’s, library facilities, museums, laboratories and skill labs provide hands-on training to the students. The undergraduate and postgraduate students who have graduated from this institution have been successfully practicing medicine in reputed institutions and hospitals in India and in various countries.
Prof. Dr.K.V.Rajasekhar M.D., DMRD., FIMSA is the Dean of Meenakshi Medical College Hospital & Research Institute, Kanchipuram. He completed his Medical graduation from Stanley Medical College in the year 1986 and Diploma in Medical Radiodiagnosis from Madurai Medical College in 1991. He stood first in the Tamilnadu Postgraduate entrance examination and pursued his M.D.(Radiodiagnosis) from the prestigious Madras Medical College in 1995. He has since then been involved as a teacher and consultant in the field of Diagnostic Radiology for more than 25 years. He has rich experience in Tamilnadu Medical services, posted as Assistant surgeon in Primary health centres, Assistant professor of Radiology in Barnard Institute of Radiology, Government General Hospital for 6 years; Associate Professor of Radiology in Government Mohan Kumaramangalam Medical College, Salem for 1 year. Later, in 2004 he joined Meenakshi Medical College Hospital & Research Institute as Associate Professor of Radiology for 3 years and as Professor of Radiology for the past 15 years. He has immense experience in administration discharging his duties as Head of Radiology Department for 15 years, Heading Students Council Committee & Green Audit Committee for 3 yrs and as Dean of MMCHRI for past 2 Years. He is also the Chief and Head of Imaging Department at Swami Vivekananda Diagnostic Centre (Lions Club Charitable Organisation), Chennai for the past 22 years. He has 16 publications to his credit and delivered several lectures in various Radiological meets and conferences. He has organized International, National and State level Radiological conferences. He has been an Examiner for Radiodiagnosis Postgraduate & B Sc Radiography courses in several Universities for past 20 years. He has been a Guide for PhD students for more than 10 years. Some of his Notable Achievements are being the President of Indian Radiological & Imaging Association (TN & Py chapter) from 2010 to 2011 & Secretary of IRIA (TN & PY chapter) from 2004 to 2008; Joint Secretary of Central IRIA from 2009 to 2010; Member of Editorial Board of Indian Journal of Radiological Imaging for 12 years He is a recipient of “Ashok Mukerjee Young Radiologist “Award – in the year 2001 and “Prof. Arthur Daniel Memorial Oration” award for the year 2017 during the State Annual Radiology Conference held at Tuticorin. He received several honours for rendering exemplary charitable service in the field of Radiological Imaging from Lions club of Anna Nagar. Recently he received Life time achievement award in the field of Radiology and Imaging from Indian Radiological & Imaging Association. He is a member of Indian Medical Association, Indian Radiological & Imaging Association, Indian College of Radiology and Imaging, Indian Society of Vascular and Interventional Radiology, Fellow of International Medical Science Academy and American Institute of Radiologic Pathology. He is also actively involved in the field of Sports, has won several awards in Tamilnadu Table Tennis Veterans Tournaments, represented Tamilnadu in National Veterans Table Tennis Championship, Jaipur in 2018 & Sonepat in 2019. Represented India in World Veterans Table Tennis Championship Las Vegas in 2018. Last but not the least he is an expert in performing Yogasanas and has been taking classes on Yoga for several years.