According to Press Trust of India report, the said Bill would also propose that the medical officers, after completion of their respective PG courses again work for another three years in remote areas. Kulaste also added that the World Health Organization (WHO) country office has clarified that there has been no report in recent years of 70 percent population in rural India having minimal access to healthcare.
In another news Madras High Court had yesterday asked Medical Council of India (MCI) to submit a report on the expenditure incurred on state for education of medical students and had said that after spending close to Rs. 20 lakh on medical education the government ought to make those doctors serve in government hospitals for a minimum tenure of 10 years.
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