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SAI COMPUTER TYPING INSTITUTE, GULABARA CHHINDWARA (M.P.) CPCT ADMISSION OPEN MOB. NO.9098909565 Director By Lucky Shrivatri

created Sep 15th, 13:02 by Shankar Pawar


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Doctors are essential for any society. They are considered life savers. In our routine life, we often face health issues which are beyond our understanding. We have to take the help of a doctor to understand the problem and fix it. The condition may worsen without medical intervention. Thus doctors are considered to be life savers. He spends many years of his life studying medical science. Once they acquire the theoretical and practical knowledge about this field, they are thoroughly trained to handle the profession they aim to dive into. The medical profession has evolved over the centuries and is still evolving. Medicines and treatments for various diseases and ailments which were not available earlier are now developed. Medical technology has also increased over time. It provides a sense of relief if we have good doctors and medical facilities in our vicinity as we know that we have immediate help. Many students aspire to go into the medical profession and become a doctor. The first step for this is to appear for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test (NEET), which is conducted every year to select students for MBBS and BDS courses in government and private medical institutions across the country. It is necessary to have Physics, Chemistry and Biology as main subjects during 11th and 12th class if you want to appear in this entrance exam. A minimum percentage criterion is also prescribed. Those who get selected in this exam must qualify in the counseling and interview round to grab the seat. While people trust their lives with doctors, some cases in the past have shaken their trust. Doctors are required to stay true to their profession. So doctors are an important part of a society. Doctors in India are given a high status. However, the healthcare industry in India is not on par with the countries of the first world. Even though we have good facilities to study medicine and also have a pool of talented doctors, there is still a long way to go. Doctors in India are given a high status. However, the healthcare industry in India is not on par with the countries of the first world. Even though we have good facilities to study medicine and also have a pool of talented doctors, there is still a long way to go. Many private nursing homes and hospitals are being established in India. The irony is that none of these are being established for the purpose of serving the public. These are for doing business only.
The government has established many government hospitals. Many of these have a good infrastructure but most are not being managed well. There is a lot of corruption in the healthcare industry at various levels. Everyone wants to make money, even if it is at the cost of one's health. The employees working in government hospitals are also not committed to serve the patients properly.  
 
 

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