Keynotes From Pre-Medical & NEET Coaching Orientation Ceremony 2019 | Lincoln American University

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On September 17, 2019, Lincoln American University (LAU), in collaboration with Sharda University, organize...
On September 17, 2019, Lincoln American University (LAU), in collaboration with Sharda University, organized Student Welcome and Orientation Ceremony for students starting Pre-Medical & NEET Coaching Program (2019) organized by LAU in India at School of Medical Sciences & Research (SMSR) of Sharda University. Medical aspirants, esteemed faculty members of Sharda University, and Program co-ordinators of Lincoln American University took active participation in the ceremony which was graced by dignitaries including: ✓ Prof. U.V. Balakrishnan, Professor, Mathematics, Sharda University ✓ Dr. Hari Shankar Gaur, Dean, School of Basic Sciences & Research, Sharda University ✓ Air Marshal (Dr) Pawan Kapoor, AVSM, VSM, and BAR (Retd), Former Director-General of Medical Services (IAF), Vice-Chancellor of Lincoln American University, School of Medicine (LAU) ✓ Dr. H. Surya Prakash Rao, Dean, Research & Professor, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Sharda University ✓ Prof. P.K. Mitra, Dean, School of Humanities & Social Sciences, Sharda University The purpose of the ceremony was to encourage the students for their new journey, give them a warm welcome to the University, make them familiar with the new environment, faculty members, and peers, and motivate them to study hard and smart as they start their Pre-Medical & NEET Coaching Program followed by 4-Year Program for MD in Guyana (equivalent to MBBS). In this video, you will hear from dignitaries, distinct medical professionals, and professors with decades of experience, addressing the next generation of doctors with their words of wisdom, inspiration, hope, and optimism. You will also get to know the experiences of the speakers from their own student life and how failures helped them rise and reach where they stand today. For all the students who are yet to qualify NEET, remember “Having not qualified NEET in your first attempt or the second attempt is not the end of the world. It is the beginning of subsequent successes.