He said that he still remembers the first rupee earned with the gifted hands of the great couple who would always be blessed by the people in society, he said referring to the couple Dr. Sundarachary. “As I said, a newborn child gets the best nourishment from breast milk, I also received first and last care as a doctor just by sitting next to you, sir,” said the army captain. He said he learned the lessons Dr. Sundarachary taught a major in Neurology during his days at GMC between 2008-2013 as a medical student and 2014-16 as a graduate student in Neurology. “You asked me never to run after money, to run behind excellence, to be human, to uphold moral values and to follow ethics. I am proud to say that I am your Sishya if I follow your writings, ”said the army captain with the medical officer. Although he was a quick-tempered guy who came from a middle-class family, he said that only his teacher at the medical college put him on the right track. “I am choosing a career where I can get an equal share of money, respect and responsibility without bowing down to the illiterate, sir,” he explained. He said his graduate student became a captain in the army to serve the soldiers and officers who work tirelessly for the nation. He said that as an army officer he was proud to serve the nation. He asked his teacher, Dr. Sundarachary to give him the opportunity to take him in while visiting his workplace.