"Making her mother's dreams come true, Srinija has topped in medicine with a Gold Medal". Scoring a good percentage, she admits, she has a lot to achieve through her services to society. In a brief conversation with the team of Brainbuxa, a compassionate enthusiastic medico shared her experiences with great happiness.
1.Initiating with congratulations on your success, share us your experience when you came to know about your achievement?
I was so happy and surprised when I came to know the results. I am not exactly aiming for a higher score, but for better knowledge. I believe when you put your whole effort, the result will be on your side. I am really happy with the fruits of my labor. The results filled me enough confidence to step ahead for further actions confidently.
2. Srinija, nothing can be achieved alone. What kind of support have you received from the college as well as your family?
I must thank our professors who taught me medicine like an art. They have shared their experiences which are true lessons. This helped a lot in understanding the field better. I can proudly say that my professors didn't just teach me, but they made me understand the importance of Medicinal Sciences for the society. This inspired me every day and motivated all through the time. Coming to my family, nothing could have been done if I didn't have the support of my family. Both of my parents had put their efforts in their own ways and supported me in every aspect of my educational path. I am really thankful to my family for standing at every step of my success.
3. Every person gets motivated by one of the persons in the field. Who inspired you in the medical field and do you have any role model?
For me, every physician and homeopath are a role model. But in particular to say, Samuel Hahnemann, the Father of Homeopathy, has inspired me more than anyone else. His distinctive vision has changed the attitude of way to medicine. Many doctors who stand as the true meaning of a doctor are in the list of my inspires. Those doctors spare the time, even for the poor and provide free service for them besides working in a sophisticated hospitals.
4.Undoubtedly, your hard work is the main secret behind your success. Apart from that, on what traits of yours have helped you to achieve Gold Medal?
Time Management and Positive Attitudes are major traits of mine, according to me. Right from childhood, I strongly trusted them and followed. This helped me to achieve 92% in my 12th standard and as a University topper in BHMS. As I mentioned earlier, I tried to gain better knowledge than to gain ranks which became a key factor in my success.
5. It is clear from your words that you have a clear idea about your future since your childhood. What is your future aspect of this moment?
I really wish to become a researcher. I want to bring great advancement in the medical field through my research. That is the reason I am planning to go for Homeopathic Materia Medica in my Post Graduation which gives me a great exposure of Homeopathic medicines and their working nature.
6. Srinija, do you have any particular plans for the service you wish to serve the society?
I am planning to conduct campaigns in rural areas to bring the awareness among the uneducated regarding the health aspects. My main motto is to inject them with the concepts of prevention.ÃÃÂ There are many misconceptions regarding the health issues, even among educated. I wish to guide the people in a right way and avoid major missteps they follow.
7.Coming to another aspect of yours, share something about your hobbies and interests.
I love music and I have pursued a Diploma in Classical Music and participated in eleven concerts. I have also received the award of 'Upcoming Artist' by an organization named Kala Bharathi. I want to continue my musical career in music besides my career as a doctor. I am also passionate about drawing and traveling.
8. Having the background of the middle class has not become constrain for your success. What message could you leave for your friends as medicine, education has become a costly affair?
"I strongly agree with the opinion that medical education has become a costly affair. Fortunately, the government is providing opportunity to the talented candidates through quality of education in government medical colleges. Though it is rather difficult to gain a seat in those colleges, nothing is impossible if you put your full efforts".
9. Finally, we would like you to say a few words for this initiative of our portal www.Brainbuxa.com?
I am really happy with the recognition. ÃÂ I am really thankful to the team for sharing my story in the portal. I wish the aspirants get a great platform to get inspiration from success stories besides the huge information through the portal. I heartily wish the portal and its team a great success.
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