Dhruv Singh Rajpurohit Batch of 1996-2003

The Fabindia School 1996-2003
MBBS from the US
Chief Resident, 2019-2020 Medical College: Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine Spartanburg, SC

Cardiology Fellowship
Ascension Providence Hospital
Southfield, MI
CURRENT STATUS: Dr Dhruv Rajpurohit is currently giving his services in Christus Good Shepherd Medical Centre, Longs View, Texas for COVID 19 patients. He works for 80 hours a week in this pandemic situation. Not only that he is also helping his village people in Sokra, Rajasthan by giving them advice and what medicine to take after examining the prescription and reports on WhatsApp. He has also got permission to open his hospital in the US.  after his completion of three years of duty as a Resident Doctor. We are proud of him for all the services he is giving for the patients of COVID 19. 

MEMORIES: I remember the time when I was a student at The Fabindia School from 1996-2003. I left in
2003 to further study abroad in the USA. I was fortunate to be a part of The Fabindia School because this school instilled in me all the qualities and challenges of life to be successful in the future. I want to thank all of my teachers for helping me get to where I am today. All of you students, I will tell you today that use this opportunity and education to better yourself and go further in life than you would love over imagined. In this atmosphere, I received all guidance necessary to tackle whatever obstacle that may arise in the future but you must take the initiative yourself by giving your best effort and using your time wisely.

Become a good student, be a good listener, be a respectful classmate, be curious and most important always be willing to work hard for what you want. When I was a student of your age my dream was to become a doctor. I made sure that I did everything I could to make it come true; it was never easy and it will never be easy if you have a similar dream. There were times when I thought I wasn't good enough, or that I will never get into medical school, or never pass a test. One thing kept me going and then t was motivated. I was motivated to be successful, and would never accept failure as a result.

I knew in my heart that if I worked hard, studied more, slept less, that one day I will make
my dream come true that I had when I was a child. The point is that once you realize your dream and work hard for it, it will come true. Don't think you're not good enough or you can't do it or let other people discourage you. Work hard even if you have to sacrifice a lot of things because those who never give up never lose. I have no doubt that you all can accomplish your dreams if you give your best effort, work hard and remain motivated.

I would like to end with my favourite quote by Abdul Kalam;
"Sapne wo nahi jo neend mein aaye, sapne wo hain jinhe pure kiye bina neend nahi aaye"

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