I am pleased to reach out to all members of IACDE in my first direct communication and take this opportunity to thank all the members for having elected me to the post of President for the year 2020. I feel humbled and blessed to be representing IACDE, as PRESIDENT and truly appreciate the faith the past presidents, have placed in me and will do my best to make IACDE even more empowered for the future extraordinary sessions and make it sustainable.
As I begin my term as President of IACDE, I would like to congratulate the past Presidents and the Secretaries for their humongous effort in leading and meticulously molding IACDE in its formative years and making this association as one of the most sought after in India and also in some parts of the world. Thanks to all the sacrifices, time spent and the tireless effort that each and every past president, their teams and their families made to make IACDE what it is today, largest of its kind in INDIA.
Our association has grown leaps and bounds under my immediate predecessor and I wish to take that legacy forward. We are looking forward to a productive year and all members of IACDE have been given my go ahead to perform their duties toward the association in best possible manner. The turn over from Zonal Convention to PG convention has been implemented from this year to improve academic content of our conference and to promote innovative work in the field of Endodontics.
As per my presidential theme, I am committed to bring excellence and perfectionism in all facets of education and patient care. In this quest, full cooperation and participation of all members will be sought and welcome. IACDE is greater than one person or a team, it belongs to all members and all of your heartfelt participation is much appreciated.
I am excited and hopeful to be able to identify, involve, build and mentor the future leaders of IACDE to carry the torch forward and feel rest assured that the future of IACDE will be in great hands. As a profession, we are undergoing changes and challenges faster than at any other time in history. For our association to remain relevant and grow we need to attract the next generation of dentists. In this regard I would request the younger generation for their active participation.
My Vision is to Provide services, benefits, and recognition to assist and support the members for meeting the needs and challenges inherent in pursuing our missions.
Dr. V. Chandrasekhar,