Healthy re­spect for tra­di­tion as young doc­tors re­ceive re­sults

Irish Independent - - News / Education - Dean Grey

THERE were scenes of cel­e­bra­tion as more than 250 fi­nal-year med­i­cal stu­dents re­ceived their exam re­sults from the Royal Col­lege of Sur­geons in Ire­land.

The col­lege’s age old tra­di­tion of read­ing the re­sults out to the stu­dents from the top of the stairs was once again ob­served at the cam­pus in St Stephen’s Green yes­ter­day in Dublin.

De­lighted stu­dents will now be able to em­bark on their ca­reers as doc­tors.

Dr Anusha Louly Nathan (main picture, far left) and Dr El­iz­a­beth Paul (right) cel­e­brated with their friend Dr Sarvie Es­maeilzadeh (cen­tre), who fin­ished top of the class.

The Cana­dian na­tional was handed a bot­tle of Cham­pagne as the hard­work­ing stu­dents de­servedly let their hair down.

Dr Ruth Carey (in­set, far left), Dr Shazil Ja­mal (cen­tre) and Dr Liah McEl­liott (right) were clearly also over­joyed af­ter hear­ing their fi­nal re­sults.

Pho­tos: Julien Be­hal

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