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An Indian dental student has done the country proud by winning the lecture competition at the International Association of Dental Students-"World Dental Congress-2011", New Delhi last week.
Amey Gopinath Patil, an intern-dental student of MGV’s KBH Dental College & Hospital, Nashik (MUHS) beat 15 other finalist including representative from various countries, to bag the First Prize.
The Dental Institute is delighted that student Amey G. Patil has won First prize in an International level competition organized by the International Association of Dental Students (IADS), Young Dentists Worldwide (YDW) and Dental Students Welfare Association of India (DSWAI). The winner was announced at the closing ceremony at Hotel Radisson Blu, New Delhi, India, following a day of adjudication.
President of DSWAI Dr.Chandresh Shukla said, “His achievement has not only made the university proud but also the country. It is the first time an Indian dental student has won the first prize in IADS-Lecture Contest since it started in 1993." Amey, who is also the member of Indian Dental Association, said he had sent the abstract of his invention- “PICOHYDROELECTRIC TOOTHBRUSH" to the organizers and was confident that it would be accepted. “I had expected a good response as it was a good research project, but was pleasantly surprised to be chosen the winner as there was a wide range of competition. I have indeed been very worthwhile," said Amey, who aspires to become a specialist.
Dr. Roberto Vianna (President of FDI) said,"Amey was voted the winner as he had chosen an interesting topic , put up a well -conceived presentation and presented it professionally."