I couldn’t sleep properly on the night of my results because I didn’t expect to score 70%. So what I want to say is that second year MBBS is comparatively easy.
Literature festivals are full of accomplished, acclaimed and awarded people, some eccentric beyond our wildest imagination and some gracefully grounded. Their intensity and grade of intellect makes them win our approval without hesitation. There were intensive sessions for 12 hours each day and yet we did not seem to have enough. Some sessions we sat cross legged on cold stone floor in Rajasthan cold weather, with pleasure, when no chairs were available. Diggi palace, the venue for the Fair, had six places where six sessions would continue simultaneously like the Front lawns, Baithak, Samvad, Mughal court, Darbar Hall. It was a literary interactive conference quite like and yet unlike Mumbai Lit Live or Bookaro festival at Delhi.
Virginia Woolf may have written an extensively-read commentary on women and the need for women’s institutions in her book, ‘A Room of One’s Own.’ However, while sitting in a discussion in Newnham College itself, I was taken aback when it did not end with a unanimous agreement in favour of women’s institutions.
Dissection sessions used to take place after lectures. Those 3 hours were life savers during those long mind-numbing lectures. We had the time and space to use our hands, cut, tie, pull, talk question and of course gossip! It was the time of the day I looked forward to.
As soon as I came to know about the debate, I decided I would participate. This decision was just based on my ASSUMPTION that I am a Great Orator. Next thing I did was to check out, what the topic is. I read some related literature on the internet. Then, as USUAL I left the…
They say that Medical Education and Training is amongst the toughest of all. Books heavier than your heads may be common with other streams too, but not everyone gets the lovely chance to dissect and appreciate the beautiful details of the divine creation-the human body. Here is an account of a routine clinical posting session.
This article is to all those students who have been trying to get admissions in good colleges but unfortunately due to some reasons could not do so. In this article I am talking about what all things I am going through and how tough it is to face this situation.
“If opportunity doesn’t knock, build a door”-Milton Berle We often hear from our elders, that opportunity knocks only once. But I think when you see an opportunity passing by; you could make an effort and grab it rather than waiting to let it knock on your door. A mail came on 15th April from Professor…
When you plan to take a path about which you don’t have a good idea, do ask the footprints of the adventurers who went through that path before you proceed. So let me share my first year MBBS experiences with you.
By mastering the basics, approaching the subject conceptually, and engaging with real-world examples, anyone can learn how to make physics interesting and appreciate its significance in our daily lives.