I practice in a hospital where we have a visiting consultant who holds an MCh in paediatrics surgery from AIIMS. He works as a visiting surgeon for a number of hospitals here and is probably the only paediatric surgeon in the city. Having specialised from AIIMS doesn't make him different from other beings. Except for his area of expertise. He too loses patients, sometimes in the OR itself. He works and practices like other qualified doctors do.
My point is, having a PG from an A grade institute might give you an edge over others in terms of exposure, guidance and even future opportunities but you still need to work hard in order to earn a decent living like all other doctors who complete their post graduation from any other college.
Surbhi Singh, studied Medicine and Healthcare