MedTeacher - Mr. Ajit Pal Singh

Insights into the Lives of Healthcare Professionals and Students. A Glimpse into the Life of Mr. Ajit Pal Singh
Mr. Ajit Pal Singh, Assistant Professor at Sharda University, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India
Mr. Ajit Pal Singh, Assistant Professor at Sharda University, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India

Name: Mr. Ajit Pal Singh

Educational Qualifications: Bachelor in Medical Laboratory Technology, Clinical Laboratory Science/Medical Technology/Technologist from Allahabad Agricultural Institute (2003-2006), India

MSc in Medical Lab Technology from Allahabad Agricultural Institute, India (2008-2010)

Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.), Hospital Administration from Bharathiar University, Tamil Nadu, India (2010-2012)

Pursuing PhD from Bharathiar University, Tamil Nadu, India

Current Position: Assistant Professor

  1. Where are you working currently?

    Sharda University, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India

  2. What are your areas of interest within your profession? 

    Blood banking, pathology

  3. Things that you are passionate about concerning the clinical, research, or current aspects of your profession: 

    Research paper, patent

  4. What made you choose teaching or mentoring as a profession?  

    My vast clinical experience in pathology and blood transfusion

  5. According to your experience, what is more important: getting good scores or acquiring knowledge? 

    Acquiring knowledge and gaining more practical experience

  6. Any three topics or subjects that you like the most: 

    Blood banking, hematology, and histopathology

  7. Any topics/subjects that you dislike/ detest the most: 


  8. What are your fields of interest?  

    Blood banking and pathology

  9. What are your career goals or expectations? 

    To become a professor in Medical lab technology.

  10. What would you be doing if not for the current profession?

    Only teaching

  11. What do you like to do in your leisure time?

    Writing research papers, traveling, exploring various continental dishes.

  12. What change would you like to bring about in the education sector?

    Apart from the usual teaching, students should be more practically oriented.

  13. What is your Mantra for success?

    Give 100 percent to your job.

  14. Who do you idolize, and why?

    Warren Buffet, as he said, it's better to hang out with people better than you. Pick out an associate whose behavior is better than yours, and you will drift in that direction.

  15. Kindly mention your Publication(s), if any:

    Susceptibility to cervical cancer. An overview

    Blood components and its usage: A clinical insight from diagnostic lens. When will this pandemic end? A review

  16. Kindly mention your achievements or awards:

    - 40 publications to date, five copyrights, attended 10 conferences, Patents-14

    - Honorary doctorate from Global Peace University for my contributions to the field of medical lab technology

    - Indo-Asian Best Teacher Award 2021

    - Indian Glory Award for the best medical lab scientist of the year 2021.

  17. And finally, what message would you like to give to today's youth?

    Education is the backbone of every developing country. If the youths are educated, they will bring more innovations, patents, etc. to the country.


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