Our Health Columnist sets a world record of 3000 professional courses

 

Thilliar Varnakulasingham (File Photo)

Venkat Raman
Auckland, March 4, 2023

Indian Newslink Health Columnist Thilliar Varnakulasingham (known to most as Mr Singham) established three records in 2022 for exhibiting Mental Energy, Speed and Innovation.

The World Book of Records (London) has confirmed that he has created a world record by completing 3000 Continuing Professional Development Courses, proving that age is no barrier to learning and performing matchless contributions to community services through learning and teaching.

He is a Tamilan Book of Records holder, officially declared on April 19, 2022.

The Tamilan Book of Records is a brand of great worldwide achievers. It encourages Tamils living in any part of the globe to showcase their achievements on international platforms.

Mr Singham completed the highest number of Continuing Professional Development courses, counting 216 and scoring 5270 points in one month.

Physicist-turned-magician Thilliar Varnakulasingham MNZIP has received a World Record Certificate from Online World Records for performing mini magic based on the first law of thermodynamics. Besides being a corporate member of the New Zealand Institute of Physics, he is a lifetime member of the International Magicians Society.

The Academic Board mandated by the International Council of CCLP Worldwide that works under the International Treaty signed with Consortium Universities Euro-American elected Mr Singham as a Fellow Chartered Educator in 2014 for his contribution in the field of Education and research. His prestigious professional qualification qualifies him to have access to the United Nations and the European Parliament.

Mr Singham is an Official Ambassador for the American Sexual Health Association and a Certified Sexologist of the American College of Sexologists (International).

ACS Certified Sex Educators have credentials that qualify them to offer instruction, training and education in the field of human sexuality and sexology.

Mr Singham was admitted as a Professional Member (MRSNZ) of the Royal Society of New Zealand in 2007. In addition to others, the usual requirement is a PhD or Master’s qualification. In 1867 it started as the New Zealand Institute. In 1867 the name was changed to the Royal Society of New Zealand with the approval of King George V.

New Zealand Sports Medicine

Mr Singham was a Member of Sports Medicine New Zealand for three years.

Sports Medicine New Zealand (SMNZ) is a not-for-profit multi-disciplinary organisation for all health professionals and other groups and individuals interested in community health, with special reference to the principles of sports medicine and exercise science.

Admission to the body as a full member is reportedly an honour. It was bestowed on him in recognition of his contributions, to sports, health, alternative medicine and physical education for several years.

He is a Registered Medical Practitioner (RMP).

Mr Singham was an Associate of the Faculty of Public Health in 2005 and 2006.

The Faculty of Public Health (FPH) is a public health association in the United Kingdom. It was set up as a joint, autonomous faculty from the three Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom (London, Edinburgh and Glasgow).

Indian Medical Writers’ Association

Mr Singham is also a Member of the Indian Medical Writers’ Association.

His innovative article on ‘Climate Change’ appeared in the Carbon Capture Report.

The Carbon Capture Report is a service of the University of Illinois.

The Commonwealth Bank of Australia, in association with the ‘Brisbane Indian Times,’ presented Mr Singham with a Multicultural Award in 2008 for his innovative health articles that appeared in the publication for many years.

He was the recipient of a prestigious award from John Paul II in 1993 for promoting science, health and sport nationally and internationally

He has been the Health Columnist for Indian Newslink for the past 23 years and we take pride in congratulating him on his academic achievements.

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