Starting the first Enterostomal Therapy training programme in India
Inauguration of Canteen/Catering training unit of the Rehabilitation Centre by Miss Thangam Philip, Principal, Catering Technology, Bombay.
Inauguration of Children's Recreational activities.
Starting of Nagpur Cancer Registry.
Started Cancer Education Units.
Establishment of Solapur Branch of the Indian Cancer Society.
Arrangement of first picnic for children patients at Aksha Beach, Malad.
New building of the Rehabilitation Centre formally inaugurated by Air-Chief Marshal O.P.Mehra, the then Governor of Maharashtra.
Government of Maharashtra allotted a plot of land to Indian Cancer Society for Medical Research Centre at Maharshi Karve Road.
Inauguration of the collaborative project on Rehabilitation of Rural Cancer Patients and their families with National Institute of Handicapped Research of U. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare at Taj Mahal Hotel.
Inauguration of the Printing Press Unit of Rehabilitation Centre by Mr. Saran Singh, the then Secretary, Ministry of Social Welfare, Government of India.
Receipt of award for outstanding achievement in the field of training and employment of the disabled from Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry for 1981, New Delhi.
Starting of Orthotic and Prosthetic Unit and aids and appliances scheme for giving free appliances to needy cancer patients with grant-in-aid from Ministry of Welfare, Government of India.
Implementation of Placement and Self-employment scheme with grant-in-aid from Ministry of Welfare, Government of India.
Recognisation of the Rehabilitation Centre for implementing ADP scheme for physically handicapped person by Ministry of Welfare, Government of India.
Donation of 500 artificial larynges from Kyoseikai Trust, Japan.
Visit of Mrs. Wiesenthal, Member of Reach to Recovery, American Cancer Society.
Establishment of Society's branch at Delhi and starting of two Cancer Detection Centres by this branch at Delhi and Mobile Cancer Detection units.
President of India appointed Dr. Jussawalla as Hon. Surgeon on his staff and he was nominated to the Advisory Committee of Cancer Research by the Director General, Indian Council of Medical Research, New Delhi.
An exhibition was held at Sholapur by the Rehabilitation Centre.
Model project for rehabilitation of cancer patients in six districts of Western Maharashtra was taken up and successfully completed. Financial assistance for the project given by Ministry of Social Welfare, Government of India.
The Director of the Rehabilitation Centre was invited to participate at 15th World Congress of Rehabilitation International held at Lisbon, Portugal.
Two export orders for Christmas decoratives received from New Zealand and U.S.A. and successfully completed.
Completion of NIHR Project on Rehabilitation of Rural patients and their families.
Allotment of land at Bandra-Kurla Complex to Indian Cancer Society by Bombay Metropolitan Regional Development Authority.
Organization of first orientation lecture and visit of medical students from Preventive and Social Medicine Department of Sion Hospital.
staff members for a six months training course in Rehabilitation
Visit of Dr. Philip Selby, the then Executive Director of UICC.
Participation in 13th Asia Pacific Rehabilitation Conference in Bombay.
Lady Ratan Tata Medical & Research Centre became functional in May 1986.
Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India gave grant-in-aid to the Society for a three year Cancer Control Project.
Inauguration of a special project for the Rehabilitation of Children and Youth Cancer Patients by Dr. Edward Beattie, Former Director of the Sloan Kettering Memorial, New York at the Rehabilitation Centre
Published final NIHR report.
Inauguration of the first Cancer Insurance Scheme in India.
Presentation of vehicle to Indian Cancer Society by Puncham organisation.
Cancer Education in schools jointly organised with Tata Memorial
from OXFAM for equipment