Being a Doctor

Hello Aspirant!

Isn’t it a beautiful thing, when a career and a passion come together? Are you experiencing this or ever felt this way? I am sure, most of you might have.

In this blog, you will get to read the thoughts shared by UV Gullas College of medicine Indian students.

Hope this keeps you motivated towards your dream of becoming a doctor.

Becoming a doctor is a long road but it’s worth it.

Always remember that as a medical student you do not study to pass the test. You study to be prepared for the day when you are the only thing between a patient and his/her life.

You might have heard people stating that to be Doctor is a cool carrier, where your life gets settled and you can enjoy the rest of your life with the attractive pay scale. However, this alone doesn’t complete the definition of a doctor’s life.

Sometimes, you may feel like quitting, you will struggle. You will encounter the days, where you’ll wonder,” What’s it all for you?” There will be days when people attempt to break you down, may challenge your intelligence, skills & the right to be where you are.

To your surprise, sometimes you’ll have moments when you question your own abilities, and perhaps your stability-but you have to rise.

You must rise because your strength as a doctor is not just fixated one grade, a shift or a single job. Rather it’s an evolving journey of insight, honor, humility & an opportunity to make even the smallest difference in the lives of your patients.

You will see life begin and end; this really makes it an honor to be a doctor. You will never be bored, always surrounded by challenges. You will carry an immense responsibility of stepping into people’s lives to make a difference.

Therefore, being a doctor is really not an easy thing. But as a doctor, you have the opportunity to heal the soul and body of the patients. And that will give the true essence to your life and keeps you going and you will never cease to be amazed at this profession.

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