Culture day and Sports day!

 
So, yesterday we had our Inprints (Cultural day)! A day full of dance competitions, Quize, fashion shows and the famous Mr&Ms MCON competition!
It was a great day and so fun to see all the indian dances, noticed classmates special talents etc...
 
 
One group is practicing for the semiclassical dance competition!
 
 
 
 
I always wondered how the Indian women do their hair in that manner, and now I know! 
 
 
 
 This is the best pic I got on some of our girls in our group who was doing our Fashion Show with the theam "Go Green"! I got the honour to be "Pollution". And we got 2nd price!
 
 
 
 

And so in the Mr&Ms MCON (Beauty competition) we got through the talent show, the question part and in the last part we had to answer a question and write it down on a paper. And I ended up getting price for "best smile" and "first runner up
I have a lot to thank this gem! Every one in the group worked very hard in getting things right, practicing dance steps, fixing costumes etc. But Neethu, our group leader, did her very best to get the group together:)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Culture day!

 
Tomorrow we have a Cultural day where the whole day will be filled with competitions, dances, fashion shows and a "Mr/Ms MCON competition"! There have been a lot of preparation done for this day. And I am so impressed of the engagement my classmates and college friends is showing. This morning we were told to meet up six in the morning to practice for our fashion show.
And I might not have the same problem of waking up early in the morning as I had in the begining when I first came to India, but I am quite sure that Indian students are they only students that wakes up early in the morning for practicing corricular activities before classes starts.
 
Am looking forward to see all the performanses!!
 
 
 

Surgery nurse maybe?

 
Four weeks of clinicals is over, and included is the two weeks of posting in the operation theathre! It has been four very interesting weeks, where I actually could concider continue speciallize in surgical field. It has been so inspiring observing how the surgical team including the physician, technician, anasthetics and nursea are working together! The last day I assisted the scrubb nurse (being the circulating "nurse") during a case of intramedullary nailing of femure. Which means that the physician puts a "metal stick" inside the bone strengthening the broken parts. The work looks more or less as reparing a car while watching the procedure and looking at all the instruments lying on the tables.
But it was such an great feeling standing there, doing simple things as tying the coats, pouring Normal Saline in the bowls handing over suture materials etc, but in one way getting the feeling as you were one in the team;)
 
Now, I am looking forward to four weeks of classes, then one week of second sessional and then...holiday!!