About DSWAI: -
Dear Dental Students -
Welcome to the DENTAL STUDENTS WELFARE ASOCIATION OF INDIA This is one association that gives you access to the largest and most active dental student organization in INDIA.The Dental Student Welfare Association of India was incepted in 2004 to unite the dental students in India with world of dentistry and give them an opportunity to exchange their academic knowledge and professional experiences on an international platform. The prime aim of the organization is to grant the dental students an access to different cultures and help foster long-lasting friendships with people from across the world. DSWAI is living proof of the power of a dream, the dream to unleash the spirit with in every enthusiastic student. The dream that started with 6 people now embraces more than 50,000 students from all over India; students, who cherish, respect and love each other despite the diversity in their something that would have been a distant dream without the help of DSWAI. Since its inception, more than 289 dental colleges in India, with more than 50,000 students, have been associated with this organization and is still growing. The principle behind the formation of DSWAI is to establish an efficient work force, which will create awareness of oral health and fight oral cancer and other oral diseases which is deep-rooted within the Indian community.Now the DSWAI is associated with renowned associations of the world, for instance the IADS (international association of India), FDI (WORLD DENTAL FEDRATION), UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization), WHO (world health organization), YDW (young dentists worldwide).As per the students’ needs and interests regarding the exchange programmes, the DSWAI is soon collaborating with another renowned associations of world like the ASDA (American students dental association), EDSA (European dental student association), APDSA ( Asia pacific dental student association).Our aim and objective is to strengthen our determination to further fight against oral cancer, open channels of exchange at the student level and increase our efforts to enhance the standard of dental training in India.