Scarcity of doctors might exist in the minds of respected doctors like Dr Devi shetty

Scarcity of doctors might exist in the minds of respected doctors like Dr Devi shetty sir but in this real world when government gives 10 vacancies for MBBS doctors around 100 MBBS doctors come for interview falling over each other, people compare number of MBBS doctors with the whole population and say there is scarcity of doctors but you have to compare number of MBBS doctors with medical resources of the state, tommorow if 1 lakh doctors finally decide to join job, do government has got enough medical resources to give them decent jobs and decent livelihoods answer is a big NO, I would suggest all NEET PG aspirants to keep studying for PG and try to attain a higher skill level and somehow rise above this desperate crowd struggling for survival.

Listen to his propaganda… He says that we need to give 15% grace marks (wrong terminology, because grace is something needed to pass, while what he should actually be saying is incentive) to those working for the coming 3 months… He also says that what other option do we have apart from this, it is a bad option but it is the only option… he says he would cut off his right hand for a PG seat…

Now, first of all, giving incentive marks to those working only for these coming 3 months is wrong… what about those who have been working for the past 1-1.5 year… were they wrong to do that? What about those who have been working as permanent MOs… will it be right to do this to them?..

Second thing, he says that PG seat is absolutely necessary… now he says that we should triple the number of PG seats…one thing he should understand is by saying this he is degrading and devaluing the MBBS doctors… according to this it means there is no value of being an MBBS… this is unfortunately the mentality of today’s corporate world… he says that India has become an engineering powerhouse because we increased the workforce to a great extent… one should ask him as to how many employable graduates were born out of that system… and even if they were employed, their salaries are very low due to the oversupply of engineers… basically this is what I have been emphasising until now… they are heading towards corporatisation of the medical field… they want to become the TCS and HCL of the medical field… they know that this is the right time to strike… they have the capability to build new hospitals as well as buy existing Govt health infrastructure… the NITI AAYOG is also planning to do this… it was discouraged by the public health Dept but the NITI AAYOG argued that it would be better for the country… in what way would it be better? When a public welfare enterprise would be handed over to a corporation whose only aim would be to maximise profits either by cost cutting measures in terms of staff and equipment (due to oversupply of both) or by increasing cost of treatment (to recover the cost of building and buying hospitals)…