Dr. Mukti Bhatnagar, a dynamic, versatile, charismatic and multidimensional personality is a Professor of Medicine and a teacher of high acclaim and repute. She was born in the holy city of Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India, in a prestigious family of educationists, doctors and civil servants, which somewhat predestined her future and purpose as a Medical professional. She completed her graduation (MBBS) and post graduation (MD in General Medicine) from M.L.N. College, Allahabad.
Presently, she is Professor of Medicine at Subharti Medical College and a popular teacher, extensively upheld for her professional competence, calibre and knowledge.
She has added to her professional qualifications by attaining specializations such as Post Graduate Diploma in Maternal and Child Health, and in Geriatric Medicine from Indira Gandhi National Open University, New Delhi.
Being a multitalented student, she excels in extra-curricular activities, which include debates, declamations, dramatics, Indian classical vocal and instrumental music, dancing, fine arts, athletics etc. She did a course in Imaging Techniques at Blackpool, Preston and at South Hampton Royal Hospital in United Kingdom and has had the honour of being invited by the National Institute of Social Defence as a Resource Person, to lecture students of six months and one year Diploma Course on Integrated Geriatric Care.
She has had the most coveted distinction of presenting lectures on “Physical Disability in the Elderly” and on “Physical Rehabilitation: Disabilities in Old Age” before an august gathering of 'SAARC' member countries in 2008 and 2009 respectively. She is also a Director in Lokpriya Hospital, a 150 bedded super speciality hospital and has been Senior Medical Superintendent of 1044 bedded Chhatrapati Shivaji Subharti Hospital, Meerut. In recognition of her dedicated services in the field of education, health and social service, she was conferred with the 'U.P. Ratna' in 2008 by all India Conference of Intellectuals. She received 'The Mahila Gaurav Samman' on International Women's Day, from U.P. Films Photo Journalist Welfare Association (Regd.) on 8th March 2009 for her commitment to the cause of Women upliftment and empowerment.
She has been decorated with the “Rajiv Gandhi Shiromani Award” by The National Integration and Economic Council, New Delhi on 9th August 2009 for her unstinted contribution towards the spread of peace and harmony in the community.
She was honoured by Hon'ble Vice Chancellor Prof. N.K. Taneja for 'Services towards the Women Welfare' on International Women's Day by Department of History, C.C.S. University Meerut, on 10th March 2011. Recently, she has been felicitated by the Consortium of Competence in Education for her Excellence in this field on 4th March 2012.
On a national medical platform, she has presented a guest lecture on “HIPPOCRATIC OATH- Revisiting in the Present Medical Scenario” on 1st February 2013 at the 68th APICON 2013 (National Conference) at Coimbatore, India and authored in much acclaimed API medical update Vol. 23, 123: Chapter 149, Titled: Hippocratic Oath: Revisiting in the Present Medical Scenario.
The birth and thrift of this vast university is the sweet fruit of the shared vision & diligent labour of Dr. Atul Krishna and Dr. Mukti Bhatnagar who have staked their dreams to establish and raise this seat of quality learning with passion…Yes, 'passion for education', promoting vigorously the spread of literacy and learning through the University's fifteen famed Institutes of higher learning and professional education.