Indian Medical Education - A Deep Dive

Date: May 1, 2011
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Publisher: eprobe Research Private Limited
Report type: Strategic Report
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Indian Medical Education - A Deep Dive
Medical education in India is full of opportunities and challenges both. As of now, the education system is facing huge challenges in form of lack of infrastructure and faculty available to grant lectures which are still more of didactic in nature.

India as of now produces about 27,676 doctors each year but still has only 0.5 doctors per 1000 people. India needs at least 6 lakhs doctors, 2 lakhs dental surgeons and one million nurses every year to reach the required doctor-patient ratio.

The gap here exists mainly due to the low availability of seats in the medical colleges with high number of aspirants applying for the same. Moreover, due to difficulty level of the entrance exams the students need specialized trainings and coaching classes which are not affordable by all. The written test is generally includes objective based questions, which doesn’t signify the overall personality of student as no personal interaction round is involved in the selection process.

It’s a general saying, A doctor’s smile and touch can heal the diseases and ailments which otherwise are not being cured.

Profession of a doctor is one of the most looked forward career options in India, and also the toughest to enter profession as well. Dedication towards clearing the entrance exams for pre medical tests and later dedication is required throughout your life towards serving the patients with utmost care and empathy to gift them with cure to the diseases they are suffering from.

A variety of specializations are available in India which one can opt for while studying medicine. The courses are available at both graduate and post graduate level but being just a practicing doctor is not of that high accreditation when someone has a specialization attached there with.

Indian doctors are known to be best around the world but due to lack of facilities available here in India, many of them settle down abroad and serve other nations.
Executive Summary
Overview of Medical Education
Healthcare in India
Healthcare Infrastructure
Medical Education & Workforce in India
Medical/ Doctor Associations in India
Medical Council of India
Dental Council of India
Pharmacy Council of India
Indian Nursing Council
Indian Medical Association
Top Medical Colleges in India
About Kasturba Medical College,Manipal
About AFMC, Pune
Top Dental Colleges in India
Department of AYUSH
Specialization in different streams of Medical Studies
Number of seats in Medical Courses
Post Graduate Specialization in Medicine
Eligibility in Medical Entrance Exams
Medical Entrance Exams in India
Medical Entrance exams – Coaching Institutes
Courses Offered
Specialization in different streams of Medical Sciences
Contents & Duration
Nursing Program
Tele Medicine in India
PEST Model
Private Medical College
Quality Accrediation
About NAAC
Key Challenges
Shortage of Doctors in India
Reforms suggested by Prime Minister in Indian Medical Education System
Key Reforms
Incentive to doctors for serving rural India
Amendment made in MCI regulations
Increase in number of seats by MCI
Corporate granted to set up Medical Colleges
Public-Private Partnership in Medical Education
Healthcare & Rural India
Single Entrance test for MBBS 2011

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