HYDERABAD: Central Government presents the National Medical Commission (NMC) Bill as pro-private college management bill in the parliament, the Telangana Junior Doctors Association organised a massive protest at Osmania Medical College.
Doctors said that the bill surface the way for corruption as it removes all regulations for setting up a medical college and will definitely make medical education in India which leads to highly expensive.
Dr PS Vijayender, chairman, T JUDA said that “This bill is not for common people who ensures to emerge as doctor in future. It is pro-rich and pro-private managements. If the said bill is implemented, the cost of medical education and healthcare will rise astronomically. It is also anti-patient since it promotes unscientific mixing of systems. A medical Bill without the concurrence of the medical profession will be a disaster. So, we appeal to the government of India to abolish this bill.”
The T-JUDA association said that as per the provisions, the government can regulate the fee structure of only up to 40% of the seats at a private medical college and for the remaining seats management will fix the fee structure, which in turn will make medical education in India highly expensive.
More than 500 junior doctors and medical students took part in the protest which opposes to the Bill.