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Not an educational experience

Shyam Asktekar


Abstract

My first memory of my medical college days is of a professor who would ask me strange questions during the bedside clinic, such as: “Where is Kamshet?” or, “Where are the Alpana Talkies?” As an outsider to the city,I had no clue of the correct answer. Everybody enjoyed such interrogations except me. I later learnt that many rural students had the same experience.

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