“The success story of Dr Naresh Babu, who achieved 1st Rank in NEET SS 2022. He shared how he prepared for the NEET SS exam using DBMCI | eGurukul as his primary source to clear the concepts.“
My name is Naresh Babu. I recently appeared for NEET SS and by God’s grace and neurology lectures from DBMCI, I achieved Rank 1 in All India. I am very happy that I got the 1st rank. I joined DBMCI in my third year of MBBS and from there my journey started.
I cracked MD Internal medicine and I got state 13th rank. I am from Hyderabad and I joined the Nizams Institute of Medical Sciences, then I completed my MD medicine. During my final year of MD medicine, I came to know about eGurukul. I am still following eGurukul but I came to know that there is a series of lectures called Smart Medicine. Then I see the lectures and see if those lectures were helpful to me.
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My first interest came in the smart version with the videos of coma brainstem. There was full confusion for me between three states that were Persistent Vegetative State, Coma State, and Minimally Conscious State. I could not understand anything and was not able to draw a fine line between all the three states. Whenever I used to read Harrison, I used to read that those three terms are different. But when I saw Dr Mukesh Bhatia’s videos, I made notes of that and still I remember the difference between these states clearly and exactly. That was my first interest in Smart Medicine.
I also thought that these videos are very helpful for MD Graduates also and then I regularly started watching the video and prepared the notes for the same. Dr Bhatia’s next video helped me with neuro-ophthalmology and the medial longitudinal fasciculus. By watching your videos, I got a clear-cut concept about which side is the right side and which side is the left side so that we do not make mistakes.
The next video was the scissors video and that scissor video helped me a lot Dr Mukesh Bhatia’s lecture on neurology topic is almost two hours. I have seen almost every video and I made notes of it. The questions came from these topics so I remember every topic. There was a question on the apnea tester for my brainstem in the video and it was mentioned that water should rise to this much level to call it an apnea test and declared the patient as Brained Death. I have focused on these topics because these questions were asked at DM Entrance.
I must say the DBMCI platform is good and with the help of this platform, I am building step by step. I completed my MD and now I am going to complete my DM also. I am a part of the DBMCI family from MBBS. My message to all aspirants is that now the pattern is going to be changed and now they are saying that there is nothing like super speciality. You will have to read the whole medicine hundred percent and all the questions will be from medicine only. There is no specific weightage any speciality.
The biggest challenge to all the aspirants is that they will have to read Harrison with clear concepts. It’s practically not possible to read the whole Harrison but with the help of Dr Mukesh Bhatia’s mini Harrison, you can clear all your concepts. There is no specific specialization of focus on reading so even general MD first-year students should have a holistic approach to medicine. There should be equal importance to each and every speciality.
Dr Mukesh Bhatia’s videos have slides with some matter and I used to make key points of it and I never forget it and this helped me a lot. These key points are very helpful for me and were authentic and we cannot challenge them. Smart medicine is a good platform not only for cracking DM entrance and is also good for becoming a good physician. It will also help you to get a good grip on the medicine and will make you a good physician.
“I wish very good luck to all the aspirants.”