Dr.O.P.Dhalla, then president Dentists Association of India, Delhi and also registrar Delhi Dental Council in his keynote address pointed out that in spite of our best efforts offering co-operation, the dentists community is not given full respect as it deserves. He further said that around 30 years back when AIRDA under whose banner the Dentists Association of India (Regd.) fought for the fundamental rights of dentist’s community. He further said practice makes a man perfect. We are not against opening of new colleges but simultaneously we should create more avenues for the dentist (young) who has spent his hard earned money in joining the profession. He requested Shri. Madan Lal Khuranna, the then Executive Councillor Medical who later became Chief Minister of Delhi to take some concrete steps and form a policy so that young graduates don’t feel frustrated and discontinue their aim of doing mankind service as dentists.