Name: Dr. Milind Kahile
Educational Qualifications: B.P.T, M.P.T, Ph.D. SCHOLAR
College: Laxmi College of Physiotherapy, Mangalore, Karnataka (UG)
VSPM's College of Physiotherapy, Nagpur, Maharashtra (PG)
Ravi Nair Physiotherapy College, Wardha, Maharashtra (PH.D.)
Current Position: Assistant Professor
Where are you working currently?
Datta Meghe College of Physiotherapy, Nagpur, Maharashtra
What are your areas of interest within your profession?
Geriatric Health, Industrial Health & Women's Health
Things that you are passionate about concerning the clinical/research/current aspects of your profession:
Research for concepts clarity & evidence base
What made you choose teaching or mentoring as a profession?
According to your experience, what is more important: getting good scores or acquiring knowledge?
3 topics/subjects that you like the most:
Pain, Geriatric, Industrial Health
Any 3 topics/subjects that you detest the most:
Politics, Economics & Mathematics
What are your fields of interest in Research?
Government Program for Geriatrics & Pain
What are your career goals or expectations?
Bring quality practices & adherence to professional ethics
What would you be doing if not for the current profession?
What do you like to do in your leisure time?
Play with my son
What change would you like to bring about in the Education sector?
Updated curriculum and conceptual clarity in students
What is your Mantra for success?
Who do you idolize and why?
Swami Vivekananda because of his discipline practice.
Kindly mention your Publication(s), if any:
Presently I am having 18 publications in the UGC care list, Scopus & Web of Science journals.
Kindly mention your achievements or awards:
Winner in three research paper presentations, two national and one international paper presentation.
And finally, what message would you like to give to today's youth?
Presently is the era of the digital knowledge ocean so choose wisely to challenge the concept because it becomes necessary to update yourself.
The amount of knowledge doesn't matter but the validity and reliability of that knowledge matter. So be focused when you learn and accept it with quality critic then serve it with quality care.