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Disparities in pay of medical teachers all over India: need for a central governing body

Anupama Sukhlecha

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2014.019


While most professions have national level bodies governing the pay structure of their teachers, there is no functional body to govern the pay of medical teachers. The result is that the net pay of teachers in the central institutions (such as AIIMS, and the medical colleges of Chandigarh University etc) is higher than that of their counterparts in the medical colleges run by state governments. There is a central body, the Medical Council of India (MCI), which maintains standards of medical education all over the country. 

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