Anbumani PMK CM Candidate

DR. ANBUMANI RAMADOSS

A name that has created history of sorts in the books of Indian healthcare; today is an iconic leader who has galvanized huge public opinion with his visionary outlook for Tami Nadu as PMK’s CM-Candidate.

Born into an agrarian family in 1968 to Dr. S. Ramadoss and Ms. R. Saraswathi, Anbumani completed his SSLC from Montfort Boys Higher Secondary School, Yercaud in 1984. He finished his higher secondary in 1986 from St. Ann’s Higher Secondary School, Tindivanam and stood first in the district. He chose to pursue medicine – MBBS and entered The Madras Medical College, the second oldest college in Asia through an open competition.

Anbumani Ramadoss, a name that has created history of sorts in the books of Indian healthcare; today is an iconic leader who has galvanized huge public opinion with his visionary outlook for Tami Nadu as PMK’s chief ministerial candidate. He is known crusading efforts demanding the ban of tobacco and bringing about total prohibition of alcohol in the country.

Serving office as the youngest cabinet minister at 35, Anbumani’s tenure in the ministry marked a milestone of bold reforms and innovative schemes that drew attention and appreciation from global leaders including the General Secretary of United Nations Mr. Ban Ki Moon who described him as a ‘public health champion’.

Anbumani’s pet project ‘The National Rural Health Mission (NRHM)’ that was established in 2005 witnessed worldwide recognition and was lauded as ‘the largest successful health scheme to be implemented anywhere in the world’ by the global economist Geoffrey Sacks. Today, Anbumani is a man on a fanatic mission to make Tamil Nadu a model state to the world.

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Born into an agrarian family in 1968 to Dr. S. Ramadoss and Ms. R. Saraswathi, Anbumani completed his SSLC from Montfort Boys Higher Secondary School, Yercaud in 1984. He finished his higher secondary in 1986 from St. Ann’s Higher Secondary School, Tindivanam and stood first in the district. He chose to pursue medicine – MBBS and entered The Madras Medical College, the second oldest college in Asia through an open competition.

He has also studied introductory macro-economics at London School of Economics – LSE. Anbumani always had a longing to take quality healthcare to the rural masses. This prompted him to spend one and a half years of his initial career serving as a medical practitioner in Nallalam, a small village near Tindiva