He said that he still remember the first rupee he earned from the gifted hands of the great couple who would always blessed by the people in the society, said referring to Dr Sundarachary couple. “As said a new born child gets the best nutrition from the mother’s milk, I also got the first and last grooming as doctor only by sitting next you sir” said the army captain. He said that he was strongly following the lessons taught by Dr Sundarachary during his days at GMC between 2008-2013 as student of medicine and 2014-16 as student of post-graduation in neurology. “You asked me to never run after money, run behind the excellence, be human, keep moral values and follow ethics. I am proud to say that I am your Sishya in following your scriptures,” said the army captain cum medical officer. Although, he was a short tempered guy, hailing from middle class family, he said that he was brought into right track only by his teacher at the medical college. “I choose a career where I can get money, respect and responsibility in equal proportions without bowing before the illiterate corporate people sir,” he explained. He said that his doctor student had become captain in the army to serve the soldiers and officers who are relentlessly working for the nation. He said that as an army officer he was proud to serve the nation. He pleaded with his teacher Dr Sundarachary to give him an opportunity to host him by visiting his place of work.
GUNTUR: In what could be paying highest gratitude to the teacher, an army medical officer in the rank of captain has written a heart-touching letter to his teacher at medical college on the occasion of Teachers’ Day on Saturday. The captain stationed in Ladakh medical unit dashed off the letter to the legendary teacher and chief of neurology department at Government Medical College (GMC), Guntur in Andhra Pradesh, Dr NV Sundarachary. While withholding his name for security reasons, the army captain said in the letter that he was proud to tell the world that he is leading a good life with wonderful career in the path shown by Dr Sundarachary. The medical officer cum army captain was resident of Vijayawada city in the AP and studied in GMC under the guidance of Dr Sundarachary. “Being immensely inspired by sitting next to you and having learned the skills observing the extraordinary manners of a doctor towards the patients,” said army captain.