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Study Article Crass commercialization and corruption from the Indian medical education program and the resulting decay with the Indian Wellness Education within the last two decades. A case for vital international assessment and monitoring. Deshpande Srinivas Ramachandra1, Deshpande-Naik Gayathree Srinivas2 Melmarvathur Adiparashakti Institute of Medical Savoir, Melmarvathur. Tamilnadu, India, Pin 603319 2 1
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Corresponding author: Doctor Srinivas Ur Deshpande MD Associate Professor in Biochemistry, Melmarvathur Adiparashakti Institute of Medical Sciences, Melmarvathur. Tamilnadu, India, Pin number 603319 E-mail: [email protected] com Bibliographic information of this daily news for citing: Deshpande Srinivas Ramachandra & Deshpande-Naik Gayathree Srinivas. Crass commercialization and corruption from the Indian medical education program and the resultant decay from the Indian Health Education within the last two decades. A case for immediate international assessment and monitoring. Electron. Pysicician 2009, one particular: 9-16, Available at: http://www.ephysician.ir/2009/916.pdf Received: 16 Come july 1st 2009 Approved: 25 September 2009 Published: 30 March 2009 В© 2009 Electron. Physician Indian medical education system has seen quick growth within the last two decades. Private medical universities now be the cause of more than half of the 270 medical colleges last year. This not regulated unequal growth brings two issues to concentrate: the declining quality of medical education and applying effective solutions to address an artificial teachers shortage due to faculty mal-distribution. The menace posed by the unfettered merchandisation of medical education has to be controlled and efforts should be made by the Government to ensure maintenance of standards and check the unexpected growth of substandard medical colleges and substandard education norms in colleges or all their constituent
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medical educational institutions. Since Indian Independence, MCI nor the University Grants Commission nor the component universities including the health sciences universities have never attempted to grade medical universities as per their very own quality criteria hence in the absence of health education top quality standards, the student output via recent, hurriedly established latest science establishments is definitely substandard. There is a good case for a review of the entire approach to medical education and tests in the country. Some solutions just like increasing pension ages of MD teachers to seventy years, posting of faculty, increasing the total quantity of MD seating, allowing common institutions like IIT's for taking over substandard colleges, permitting clinical MDs to teach para-clinical and pre-clinical subjects or temporary merger of expertise may talk about the generally publicized teachers shortage rather than relying on improperly qualified MSc. non-medical teachers.
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Keywords: Qualified Medical teacher, India, medical schools, faculty shortage, Medical Authorities of India (MCI). Short-hand DCI=Dental Council of India. MSc=Master of Science, IIT's=Indian Institutes of Technology, DNB=Diplomate National Table, RGUHS=Rajiv Gandhi University of Health savoir INTRODUCTION Developing a medical college takes a huge number of competent, competent, medical council up to date manpower to create quality doctors (1, 5, and 7). Having proven a Medical College, preserving the excessive standards of education to world acceptable levels with a vision to eradicate health scourges has been a concern of the Indian planning committees. Likewise, the good name a medical care institution attains is due to the all-round successes of their faculty and alumni. Because regard, proper emphasis on the standard of medical education, in spite of the recent fast proliferation of private medical colleges, has deservingly been the working domain of...
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