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Our achiever students

A nice summarized feedback from a few of our achievers:
I am Joydip Hazra (BPT) currently working at Medica Superspecialty Hospital, Kolkata as an executive physical therapist, with an ongoing experience of 5 years. Studying in IPTST was a great experience, amongst a diverse group of students and qualified teachers. It has a good infrastructure and a competent learning environment. College life, the friendships, and the kind teachers are and will always be cherished and I will carry the memories with me wherever I go in life.
My self Dr. S. S. Rawani(PT). I was a student of IPTST Durgapur from the year of 2007 to 2012. I m very lucky to study from my college. During those days I leart several things which are very useful for me. My thanks and heartfelt wishes to Dr. Amrit Biswas sir has played a great role in my career for which I am here today.
My 4 years at IPTST have been excellent and have been a memory to cherish for a life time. IPTST has always believed in helping and guiding it's students, special thanks to our Director of IPTST who was very understanding and keen to solve students' genuine problems. I also thank to IPTST faculties for putting in all the efforts to groom us. Regular classes held at our college to help us with our aptitude and professional skills.
Currently working as a Neurophysiotherapist , MANIPAL HOSPITAL- Bangalore
Its almost a decade when I first checked into the campus of IPTST, Durgapur - a lush green, calm and peaceful environment. After the admission procedure, I moved in to the Boys Hostel; Room Number 23, wherein, I had spent the next four long years- the same room, the same hostel, and developed a brotherly relationship with my seniors and thereafter headed on to become one of the favourite seniors in the hostel and one of the popular student in the college. The best part about IPTST was the faculty. We had the best of teachers in our Department of Physiotherapy, led by Amrit Biswas Sir- undoubtedly a role model for many of us. We also had the opportunity for a full fledged OPD for Physiotherapy and we were also exposed to trainings and postings in the private and government hospitals during our course of study. And not to miss out, the fun filled sports weeks and the much loved annual cultural events where we enjoyed to the fullest and still relive those memories. Indeed, I had the best of my days as a proud student of IPTST, Durgapur and shall cherish those golden days throughout my life. Thank You IPTST for building me into the person which I am today. Lots of Love and Gratitude.
Assistant Professor, Department of Physiotherapy, Assam downtown University, Guwahati.
Ex Consultant Physiotherapist - Apollo Hospitals, Guwahati and VLCC, Guwahati
One of the most interesting stages in life that gives you an opportunity to explore the college phase.life at college is the time when the teenage years end and we all dive deep into the ocean of new beginnings and possibilities.This golden period better equips you for all the challenges you will face in life.i was Small Town boy from Tripura.when I first started my College I was unsure about my future and anxious about the different challenges I was heading forward to face.I thank to my director sir, HOD sir, professors, friends,and my roommate for their constant encouragement and support. All gave me support and confidence to grow both personally and professionally. All faculty members are supportive and helpful.this attributes were the key reason of my success.i will forever cherish the memories I made in all.
Current position: Lecturer - Physiotherapy, Posting- CRC Tripura ,under NILD Kolkata
I recognized my skills in the IPTST and knew the true meaning of life. And whatever i am today is the gift of the IPTST.
I did MPT in Orthopedic and currently working as a HOD - Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation, Medica Hospital, Jamshedpur.