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Government of India Should Recognise Speciality Training Abroad
by Dr. Praveen Kumar Da - 12577 reads, based on 20 votes
It gives me immense pleasure to write on this popular website. I am more than certain that it will go a long way in creating more awareness of the problems faced by Indian doctors (trained abroad) when they decide to return home. One of the most important factors on this front is the failure of the MCI and the Government of India to recognise speciality training abroad. Though these doctors manage to secure jobs in the private sector , they are still not legally covered , which simply means that they are left on their own in the event of a legal problem. ... More

Fish Medicine and Selfish Medicine
by superashdoc - 9545 reads, based on 28 votes
Every year half a million asthma patients flock to a small village in Andhra Pradesh for a dose of the miraculous fish medicine.This medicine is dispensed free of cost every year by a Brahmin family for the past 100 years.They claim to cure asthma if taken for 4 consecutive years.... More

Quota unquote...
by jax - 6333 reads, based on 25 votes
A lot has been said about reservations in the last few weeks. The sound bites have been accompanied by disturbing images, be it the water cannons in Delhi, to the brutal lathicharge in Mumbai, the mad free for all that the pro-quota reservations in Patna turned into and very importantly the angst of patients suffering in hospitals in Gujarat and Delhi. There are many issues here... the government's reservation policy, the use of force by the police to quash peaceful protests and whether it is right for the patients to pay for the protests. ... More

Youth for Equality - An Appeal
by superashdoc - 5490 reads, based on 75 votes
On 14th May 2006, Mother India died again. The brutal and merciless assault by the Mumbai police on her dearest and most gifted children broke her heart. What had they done wrong? It was just a peaceful protest. Afterall the Hon. Governor is the chancellor of the medical university and hence like a father to us. If some kids wanted to express their grievances to the Governor where was the need for this battering? ... More

Fight the Politically Motivated Reservation Policy in India
by shapers19 - 5986 reads, based on 18 votes
It is really cruel and pathetic that the Government has resorted to this desparate policy of Reservations to sustain its political lifeline.[I wish to say that I am not against all the sensible means of support,even very minimal reservations, for all the progress in all fields for the deserving class of the socially backward people]. But this hazardous measure of unwarranted proportion candidly reflects the Political and administrative bankruptcy and total insanity of ruling Politicians. They have reached the abyss of misusing parliamentary privileges to devise most crooked means of reservations to buffer their failure in bringing about social progress of the deprived by sensible pol... More

Multiple Index Related Affirmative Action (MIRAA)
by zolt - 6408 reads, based on 13 votes
Following is the concept note on MIRAA - Multiple Index Related Affirmative Action. I propose this as a new and comprehensive system of Affirmative Action taking into account not just caste but also economic conditions, region, educational qualifications, gender and status of a first generation learner. It is an alternative to mere caste and quota based reservation, which has been derided for compromising on "merit" and for perpetuating the institution of Caste.... More

Subsidising Health and not PG Education
by Bruno - 4532 reads, based on 23 votes
Let me explain. An engineering college, has many departrments and an administrative office. The administrative office deals with the pay and other functions. The departments include, Mechanical, Engineering etc in an engineering college and Maths, English etc in an Arts college ( I have no idea about IIM)... More


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