On the one side there is a shortage of doctors in the hospitals and on the other side is the high cost and limited number of seats in medical education. Very brilliant students are absorbed at the first stroke, what about the remaining students? Private colleges want to collect huge funds of Rs 35 to 50 lakh per seat. And the students who go for such highly paid seats, they decide to cover these funds at the cost of patients. It is very well said that both education and health are fundamental duties of the government. Who is there to check this exploitation in these needed courses? Here leaders have the job only to put irrelevant and personal remarks on one another, leaving one party and joining the other in election days. No worry where the country goes, but :Kursi” may not go.
K. K Chawla