Dr Aneesa Shaikh of Bhatkal bags award for her achievements in Dental field in Mangaluru

Source: S.O. News Service | By Sajjad Quazi | Published on 13th November 2019, 7:08 AM | Coastal News | Don't Miss |

Bhatkal: The former recipient of Best student award of Bhatkal Anjuman Girls High School "Dukhtare Anjuman" and Bhatkals prestigious Rabita Gold medalist, Dr Aneesa Shaikh of Bhatkal, continues to excel in her field with excellent performance in the dental studies at AJ Hospital in Mangaluru. With her superb achievements, she has made the entire town of Bhatkal proud.

Daughter of Shaikh Zainul Abideen and Safoora Shaikh from Shirali Village in Bhatkal taluk, Dr Aneesa was conferred with the 'Kavita Memorial Award' comprising of a certificate and cash prize by renowned Surgeon Nandesh Shetty at the 13th Annual Program of the AJ Institute of Dental Science held here at 'AJMS Auditorium' in Mangaluru. She was also awarded the College's Best Student Award.

The program was presided by Dr AJ Shetty, whereas Vice-Chancellor Professor Subramanya Yadhpadit Tahya was present as the chief guest.

Dr Aneesa Shaikh completed her schooling and secondary education from the institutions of Anjuman Hami e Muslimeen, Bhatkal. After completing her 12th, she excelled in her CET. Having opted to enter the medical stream, she secured admission in the merit list at AJ Dental and Medical College, Mangaluru, where she continued to shine in the fields of General Pathology and Microbiology, Dental Materials, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Oral Medicine and Radiology, and Pediatric Dentistry. The awards were in recognition of this stellar performance.

Reflecting on her academic achievements, Dr Aneesa Shaikh said, entering the doctors' profession is not about making money, but to treat poor people at the lowest cost. Education has its own power and force. Speaking about her next steps, she said that she intends to enrol in the post-graduation in MDS from Gulf Medical College of Tumbe group in UAE.

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