Lucknow: Medical professionals win praise for their theatrical abilities

Rhapsody 2022 is King Georges Medical University's annual cultural festival . Dr.

LUCKNOW: Senior doctors, medical students, and faculty members of King Georges Medical University displayed their dramatic skills on the first day of Rhapsody 2022, the university's annual cultural fest, at Atal Bihari Vajpayee Scientific Convention Center on Thursday.The convention center was brimming with music, dancing, and applause from the audience.Medicos and faculty members were seen dancing, singing, and taking selfies.Lt Gen (retd) Bipin Puri and his wife Anita Puri, the KGMU vice chancellor, and their husband inaugurated the festival.

Then Lubb Dupp, who is better known as the Heart of Rhapsody, performed Dil Ki Dukaan, a comedy satire drama about human desires and acceptance of their original self.Students had the opportunity to interact with alumni, including former director of PGI Dr Rakesh Kapoor, and dean student affairs Dr RN Srivastava, in Coffee with Georgians, to discuss challenges and opportunities in the field.We never expected to get an opportunity to win the award this year, Ankitpal and Shivani Yadav, BDS second year students who took the first prize in duet dance, said.We will be motivated in our studies as well as by appreciation of teachers and colleagues.

Attending such an event is extremely refreshing, according to Sabeeh Khan, an MBBS first year student.I had never heard of Rhapsody, said Neha Pal, a first year BDS student.But I wanted to go.It was an amazing trip.

It was the best day of our lives.I learned a lot from the discussion, according to Shreya Palit, an MBBS second year student who took first prize in the medical debate competition.It would support me in my academics.In addition, up to 19 activities were held, including a pictionary competition, band performance, media debate, mythology quiz, creative writing, kavi sammelan, anime quiz, and a painting competition.