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Are doctors soft targets for government?

Bhushan Madke

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2012.077


Abstract

Every medical graduate is aware of the fact that getting a post-graduate seat in a good medical college in India is not child’s play. The numbers of post-graduate seats, especially in medical colleges run by state governments, are dwindling every year. One has to spend a good 10 years up to post-graduation in intense study and get out of medical college as aged, unmarried, balding doctors. To add to our woes, a few states in the country have made compulsory a bond service period of three years after post-graduation.

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