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The magnolia tree in front of this institute is the replica of one at the Atkinson Morley Neurosciences Hospital, London, set up by Sir. Wylie McKissock and recognized all over the world for developing the first CT scanner in 1972; an achievement that earned the Nobel Prize in Medicine for Britain.

At the foundation of this institute, soil from the premises of the Institute of Neurological Sciences, Glasgow, has been laid down. The Glasgow institute is foremost in modern Neurosciences, credited to have spearheaded pioneering research in its field, revolutionised the care of head injuries, and introduced the Glasgow Coma Scale.

Both these institutions are Professor Devkota’s alma maters. The magnolia tree in the front and the soil in the foundation of this building shall stand witness to our resolve to achieve their high standards.