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Karnataka: 152 medical students given away graduation certificate

Karnataka: 152 medical students given away graduation certificate

Mysore: Graduation certificates were given away to one hundred and fifty two graduates of the 2011 batch of the Mysore Medical College and Research Institute (MMC&RI) on Sunday, at JK Grounds.  The event was co-hosted by MMC&RI and Mysore Medical College Alumni Association (MMCAA).

Dr CN Manjunath, Director, Rajiv Gandhi University of health Sciences (RGUHS), gave away the graduation certificates to the students

Student Toppers: Dr Bhavika Vijavat, Dr YR Arshitha, Dr S Abhishek, Dr HR Bharath, Dr Madhu Kikeri, Dr Shruthi Parimo, Dr Soumya S Aithal, Dr Girija,  and Dr Arpitha, were given gold medals for their outstanding performance.

Dr Manjunath highlighting qualities of a doctor said a medical practitioner ought to be noble, with maximum patience and orientation to service  towards patients. He told thedoctors present to stay away from making the service commercial in nature and serve their patients by understanding their ailments appropriately reports city today.

MMC&RI Dean, Dr B Krishnamurthy, MMCAA’s Dr HT Chidananad were present for the event.

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    Dr Ramesh Vardhan March 23, 2017, 7:09 pm

    What is Good about this news ? , God only knows. Numbers means any thing? . The Guys are not likely to work for the poor and needy despite getting all the benefit from the Government, and learning skills from very poor Patients. I am sure the so called best are more likely to Find their way to U S / U K or to slog for the so called Corporate Hospitals/ To Gulf Unlike the Director of RGUHS who served the poor and Needy in Jayadeva Institute of Cardiology at every level.