New Delhi: Doctors, who are always boasted as demo-gods in case of any crisis situation, have always been at the forefront of peace and war. Currently, these mortals have been the frontline army battling against the unseen enemy in order to protect the Nation. While the World’s largest vaccination drive is at its peak, it is imperative to remember the dedication, tireless efforts, and selfless services rendered by the medical fraternity on the occasion of World Doctors Day.
It is commendable to receive cheers and encouragement from the PM during the recent ‘Mann ki Baat’ on 27th June 21, stating the contributions of the doctors during tough times. Without worrying about their families and lives, doctors who have been on the forefront, make this Doctor’s Day furthermore special.
“During the second wave of the pandemic, thousands of doctors and medical fraternity have been infected and over 800 have lost their lives, and yet delivering the healthcare system with dedication. It is heart-wrenching to hear the loss of Dr. KK Aggarwal, who has been an admirer to many, which is a huge loss for the nation as well as the medical industry. We respect and salute the efforts made by all the doctors, nurses, paramedical staff, and each and everyone involved in the healthcare sector.” Said Saurabh Kumar, Academics Director, Vidyamandir Classes
On the occasion of Doctor’s Day, VMC has introduced 100% scholarship on tuition fees for doctor’s wards for admission to any course. In addition, VMC will provide upto 100% waiver on the admission fee to all the NEET aspirants willing to join VMC’s Medical 2 year and 12th Pass courses.
While the Government has given the clarion to adopt for active intervention to further reduce the mortality rate through vaccination, this doctor’s day is the right occasion to remind them of their leadership. This Doctor’s Day is dedicated to the innumerable doctors who are serving during this epidemic in the primary and secondary care setups as well as the dedicated COVID care hospitals where every single effort counts.