The National Medical Council (NMC) Bill is a much-needed reform to transform the corrupt and ill-structured Medical Council of India (MCI) which has made the medical society incompetent and weak. This new dawn has sent shock waves within the medical fraternity, which was very comfortable with the old fraudulent, substandard system. If one understands the true nature of this new bill many doubts among the medical fraternity will easily fade away.
For many decades, voices have echoed to reorganize the structure of the MCI which has continuously succumbed to the pressure of the rich. From getting a licence to starting new medical colleges, or hospitals to maintaining a NO-Competition NO-Progress theory, Red tape had left no way forward for innovation and growth of medical research.
The Parliamentary Health Committee in its report, stated “Any attempt at overhauling the regulatory framework will face huge challenges from the deeply entrenched vested interests who will try to stall and derail the entire exercise.”
The report was honest and straightforward. Without misleading the facts it rightly stated there’s a need for a complete overhaul of medical administration in the country. It summarized all the ills and anomalies of MCI. It stated, “To sum up, the Committee observes … that the need for major institutional changes in the regulatory oversight of the medical profession in the country is so urgent that it cannot be deferred any longer. The Committee is, however, aware that any attempt at overhauling the regulatory framework will face huge challenges from the deeply entrenched vested interests who will try to stall and derail the entire exercise. But if the medical education system has to be saved from total collapse, the Government can no longer look the other way and has to exercise its constitutional authority.” Today, vested interests have put all their energy to mislead the medical fraternity and create havoc in the public.
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In dealing with disease, think of disordered function as much as of damaged structure – James Alexander Lindsay
NMC bill – Factual truth and reality
‘Tis strange — but true; for truth is always strange; Stranger than fiction. – LORD BYRON
Mainstream media, public and the social media is being misled by the vested interest. As a regular reader of YouthKiAwaaz, I was surprised reading an article influenced by vested interests and the reality has been under the mask in this article. Doctors fraternity is trying to liquidate the much-needed reform. All previous governments at have succumbed to such pressure. Will J.P.Nadda, Union Health Minister, and Modi government end up doing the same or will they succeed in this mission? Mr.Rahul Gandhi on No-confidence motion referred to many such links of vested interests with the Modi regime. This session will answer all such questions. A vast campaign on this issue must start against these colossal amount of forces to expose the truth in public. Jai Hind.