The Graduate Admission Committee,
I am pleased to write a few words in the form of recommendation for Dr. Ambarish Jamgade as an applicant to the University of Liverpool for an MPhil in Medicine. I know him since he was posted in department of medicine in his second year of M.B.B.S. in January 1999. He is a student with excellence. He is ambitious and self believing. He has great devotion towards medicine field especially in research aspect.
Let me introduce myself; I am In-Charge of HIV unit in Lata Mangeshkar hospital and research center which has over 60 new OPD patients who are HIV positive per month and I deal with about 20-25 in patients per month. I also worked as lecturer of Medicine in Government Medical College and Hospital, Nagpur.
During his clinics I found him many times coming back to the patients after class is over and taking history of his own interest many times I had talk with him about this and every time he used to say there are lot of thing which are there to be extracted from a patient which are not extracted during the clinics. Surprisingly I found many times he was successful in extracting many points of interest. Thus he has exceptionally good interviewing and interpersonal communication skills.
For publishing and presenting a paper on, HIV patients named, “Behavior and social aspect in MSN and HIV positive patients in central India”. Dr. Ambrish has been a great help to me. He interviewed many HIV patients very impressively. I found many HIV patients giving hidden histories to him which I think nobody in my department able to extract. He also helped me in collecting the data and analyzing it; in which I found him exceptionally good. His coordination with his team mates is simply fantastic. He is socially active and is associated with and doing a good work for “self help group” an organization of HIV positive people and MSM people under LMH.
So since 1999 I found that Dr. Ambarish has displayed a keen sense of learning, assimilated the facts quickly and developed inchoate ideas masterfully. He has excellent grasping power and an aptitude for understanding new concepts and techniques. His approach is methodical and systematic coupled with a high degree of precision. As a result his reports and assignments, as I found, were of commendable quality.
He has good command over written and spoken English; therefore communication for him has never been a problem. He has actively participated in various other college activities also.
Ambarish has been clear of her goals all along and I am confident that he will perform brilliantly during his studies in the UK. I strongly recommend him for your esteemed university. I wish him all the success in his academic and professional carrier.
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