Interview with our topper Dr. Kruthi. M.K

Interview with our topper Dr. Kruthi. M.K
Dr. Kruthi. M. K did her MBBS from KMC, Mangalore and joined DAMS regular batch
She secured Rank 80 in AIPGE 2015 and 57 in JIPMER Exam
DAMS: Congratulations on securing a  good  ranks. What is the secret of your success in this exam?
Dr. Kruthi:
Perseverance is the only word for it. This was probably the hardest year of my life until now and there were times when I just wanted to give up and give in, but, at the end of the day I knew the only way to move was forward and face my fears. As they say all’s well that ends well.
DAMS : How important you think was DAMS in your preparation ?
Dr Kruthi:
It was everything I needed and more. I can't even fathom where I'd be without DAMS , frankly. Wonderful faculty , precise teaching, Even more precise notes so that we knew what exactly we needed to focus on. I've learnt so many new things that I had no idea about during undergraduate days!. Our faculty at DAMS made us feel that tough things are easy when enough time and attention was given to them. They motivated us, moulded us , prepared us in every which way for what was coming in the near future. I couldn't thank them enough! Weekly tests and Grand tests were helpful in letting us know where we stood and how exactly to change our pattern of study for a better result next time.
DAMS: Indian PG entrances are highly competitive so to compete them students end up in appearing in multiple PG exams , kindly extend your views on this and also their pros and cons of appearing in multiple PG entrances .
Dr Kruthi:
Dear lord! Where to begin! Its a boon as well as a bane.
A boon because the chances of doing well in at least one of them is higher!!and that fact that you get used to the drill of exams, the travelling to the centres, organizing oneself for the day and all that jazz
A bane because, let’s face it, if the results are out before your next exam and you didn’t make it, it can be terribly demoralizing. Everyone's going on about how well they’ve done on social media, while you slip into the dark confines of your mind wondering where it all went wrong and contemplating whether you can actually crack the next exam! You feel lost and cheated even after putting in a lot of work. That, I think is one of the worst feelings ever.
DAMS: Which subjects did you focus on?
Dr Kruthi:
Medicine , Surgery, PSM, OBG carried most marks , hence the need to pay attention to them. But frankly I think, the short subjects play a even bigger role in your rank at the end cause everyone pays attention to the larger subjects , forgetting that the short subjects are the real tricky ones to crack and can change the playing field .Orthopaedics was my weakest subject , I paid a lot of attention to it.
DAMS: What do you want to specialize in, why and where?
Dr Kruthi:
General Medicine is my calling I believe. I'm looking at the best colleges for Gen Med, prime choices being KEM Mumbai, Lady Harding Delhi, etc.

DAMS: Which teachers in DAMS influenced you most and what do you like about DAMS and would recommend to your juniors?
Dr Kruthi:
This is the hardest question of all! Everyone influenced me in their own way and made me want to achieve this more than anything else
Some lecturers do need special mention though! Dr Sumer Sethi, such a dynamic personality and he made Radio seem like a piece of cake! He was so encouraging, funny, understanding and I’m so glad to be part of his brainchild!
OBG faculty, who makes even OBG numerical seem interesting!
Patho faculty! Head of Mangalore DAMS, and who made haematology and pathology so easy!
Surgery faculty, whose surgery notes saved my life!
Ortho faculty, who made me feel like I can actually crack that it! Anatomy faculty, whose diagrams were enough to understand a lot of difficult concepts, PSM faculty, for making PSM amazing! I know so much more about PSM than I ever did during MBBS, Pharma faculty, who made all drug names so easy to remember! All the medicine teachers. THANK YOU!!SO MUCH!

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