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Rai Dr Arvind National Institute of Communicable Diseases Delhi

Rai Dr Arvind The National Institute of Communicable Disease (NICD) was launched on July 30, 1963, subsequent to the conclusion of the Government of India to elaborate and organize the activities of the Malaria Institute of India (MII) which stayed in possibility under different names since its origination in 1909.The regrouped Institute was launched to grow a national centre for teaching and research in various disciplines of epidemiology and control of contractable diseases. The Institute was envisaged to act as a centre par excellence for providing multi disciplinary and integrated expertise in the control of communicable disease. The Institute was also passed the task of developing reliable rapid economic epidemialogical tools which could be effectively applied in the field for the control of communicable diseases.

22, Sham Nath Marg.,
Sham Nath Marg,
New Delhi (110054),
Delhi, India

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