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I Am FRCS

I am inching towards my goal of becoming A FRCS , Fellow Of Royal College Of Surgeons . From last week of December 1967 to the last week of September 1968 , a period of nine months , a time spent in toil , sweating , with frugal meals and at times fasting , studying , attending lectures at Royal College of Surgeons London , and with the help of books borrowed from Lewis lending library and all the struggle worth the trouble and every available period of time well spent towards achieving the purpose of my coming to England and with all thoughts of family and social life tucked away at the back of my mind I crossed the first step overcoming the hurdle of Part One of F R C S examination by end of February 1968 with success and felt on top of the world . I am now ready for Part Two of F R C S examination . I again went through intense preparation attending Clinical Lectures at Brooke general Hospital under the guidance of One Venerable British Professor Of Surgery by Name MR. Wheatley . Please note Surgeons in Britain are ' MISTERS ' whereas Physicians are Doctors . I am on my way of transformation from Doctor Murthy towards being MISTER MURTHY ( during my three year sojourn in England I was referred to as Mister Murthy ) .By the end of September 1968 I was ready to take my Final FRCS Examination and chose Edinburgh Scotland . The Royal College Of Surgeons Of Edinburgh Scotland was Founded in 1505 during The Reign Of King James IV Of Scotland and is located at Nicolson Street Edinburgh EH8 9BZ Scotland . I traveled by British Rail an express train ' Flying Scotsman ' from London Kings Cross Station to Edinburgh Waverley Station , lodged in a hotel and took My Final FRCS Examination during the last week of September 1968 and on That Memorable Day Friday 27 September 1968 I Was Declared ' MISTER MURTHY , FRCS EDINBURGH ' . My Joy knew no bounds and Ilst no time in sending a cable back home to my family about my achievement and I did not forget to inform my benefactors Sri Karri Satthireddy gaaru of Preston and Doctor Karri Nooka Raaju of Kingston upon Thames . It is time to earn my livelihood , make some money , repay 100 pounds ( I did not forget ) given to me by Sri Karri Satthireddy gaaru , and so it is time to talk about my professional experience as a surgeon , but before that I need some time to relax , recoup , replenish , and look back with joy . I will return back soon !.

AnasooyaAthreyaSeshaAnjaneyakrishna

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