Looking at the current scenario of how doctors are treated in our nation would any doctor ever take the risk and operate on a patient in a case like this especially in a healthcare centre like CHC which is ill-equipped and the proper expertise is absent?
We don’t do/use 80% of what we are studying in entrance
That’s the thing isn’t it. PG Entrance exams are gearing towards making the questions more clinical and practical oriented(so as to force people to do their internship duties properly, or at least that’s what they are claiming) and yet are asking questions about stuff that’s never practiced in our nation.
So basically its still mugging up books and notes and doing your internship duties diligently or duties after you complete internship is useless because they serve you no added advantage.