Importance of IMA and its Full Form and Meaning
The Indian Medical Association (IMA) is the country’s largest voluntary organization of doctors. It was founded in 1897 and has over 2,00,000 members. The IMA is a professional, not-for-profit society, which works to improve the quality of medical care in India.
The full form and meaning of IMA is Indian Medical Association.
Short History of the IMA
The IMA was founded in 1907 as the Indiana Mathematical Association. The first president was C. A. Waldo. The name was changed to the Indiana Section of the Mathematical Association of America in 1941. The name was changed to the Indiana Mathematical Association again in 1977.
The Organization of IMA
The Indian Mathematical Association (IMA) is a professional society of mathematicians in India. It was founded in 1918, and has around 7000 members.
The IMA publishes a journal, “The Indian Journal of Mathematics”. It also organizes an annual conference, the Indian Mathematical Congress.
The IMA is a member of the International Mathematical Union (IMU) and the Association for Symbolic Logic (ASL).
How to Join IMA?
To join IMA, visit the IMA website and click on the “Join IMA” link. You will be redirected to the IMA website’s membership page, where you can choose the type of membership that best suits your needs.
Objectives of IMA
To promote and advance the art and science of medicine and surgery.
To maintain the honor and dignity of the medical profession.
To maintain the highest standards of medical education.
To maintain the strictest code of ethics for the medical profession.
To cultivate fraternalism among its members.
To protect the public health.