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Author Topic: Kicking the poor out of education  (Read 582 times)

Krant

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Kicking the poor out of education
« on: January 01, 2018, 12:43:38 PM »

The new bill proposed in India is a trap.

Some quotes from the article by the wretched Telegraph of India:

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The Telegraph Monday, January 1, 2018

Doctors call Tuesday shutdown over bill
G.S. Mudur Jan 01, 2018 00:00 IST

New Delhi: India's largest association of doctors today called for a 12-hour nationwide shutdown of outpatient and routine services on Tuesday to protest against a bill that proposes a new regulatory structure to replace the corruption-tainted Medical Council of India.

The Indian Medical Association, seeking to intensify its opposition to the National Medical Commission 2017 bill tabled by the Union health ministry in Parliament on Friday, has asked doctors to provide "only emergency and critical care services" between 6am and 6pm on January 2.
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"The bill in its present form is anti-people and anti-poor," Ravi Wankhedkar, the IMA's national president, told The Telegraph. "Provisions in the bill will increase costs and lower standards of medical education. They will also increase the scope for corruption."

The bill proposes the creation of a national medical commission and four autonomous medical boards to oversee education, assessment and rating of medical institutions, ethics and regulation.

The proposed national medical commission will fix fees for only 40 per cent of seats in private medical colleges which, Indian Medical Association officials has pointed out.

"This will allow private colleges to raise fees for 60 percent of their seats," said Shivkumar Utture, professor of surgery at the Grant Medical College, Mumbai, and a member of the IMA, which has a nationwide membership of nearly 276,000 doctors.

"What is the use of a single national entrance exam for entry into medical colleges if candidates who are high on merit just cannot afford seats in private colleges because they are too expensive?"
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The board will have discretionary powers to impose monetary penalties ranging from one-half to 10 times the total amount charged by the college for one full batch of students.
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The IMA is also opposing proposals in the bill for a National Licentiate Exam that all MBBS graduates will need to clear before they can practice medicine and a bridge course to allow practitioners of homeopathy and the Indian systems of medicine to prescribe modern medicines.

Copyright © 2018 The Telegraph. All rights reserved.
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To read the full article, go there:
https://www.telegraphindia.com/india/doctors-call-tuesday-shutdown-over-bill-197801

And shoot the ad server!


The new bill contains several sword blades cutting down education.

1. The bill leaves a backdoor for the colleges to let money decide. This will kick out qualified applicants, whose only fault is that they cannot pay the tuition. 60 percent is a random figure. Other countries might chose others.

2. The "bridge" courses for alumni of homeopathic "studies" offer to cross their horrifying ignorance of medicine by adding some minor classes with "some" training in real medicine.

3. And more tricks, like the "financial punishment".


Putting all of this in a proposed bill leaves the bill to be rewritten in the decision process. This makes is possible to make deals, like "okay, we can leave this out if you accept that". The bridge courses are discussed in politics for a longer time. The 60 percentage selection choice is a well-chosen gift to make the lobbyists of the private colleges accept deals.

How will this end? With the 60 percent selection choice and with the bridge courses.

Take that as one step. But think further.

The ones studying homeopathy will be in the lower range of income. The "studies" is easy and will be the entrance for both the poor and the less qualified applicants. Big cash is made by modern, i. e. western medicine. This will be the field of those with wealthy parents who can pay the high tuition fees.

Interestingly, homeopathy is pushed by the government on one hand, but on the other wealthy citizens can have more influence and get access to high income range, pushing back homeopathy. This is rather tricky and will develop in the next 1 or 2 decades. I wonder how the homeopathic societies will react. Could it be that the homeopathic societies form financial support systems, so that students can receive loans? Homeopaths are not as poor as one might think, and with united financial power they can manage such a loan organization easily.
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