Doctors and schools Corruption
Government must make a team to check all the city wise hospital's at least in a month. Mostly all the doctor's they charge whatever they want. Charges must be fixed for consultant fees and each treatment same for everyone.
Second point about schools and colleges: In each class 50 plus students are occupied with only single teacher for each subject. Its became a business hospital and school/ college. My request to the government please look after this matter. more
We need to understand that government alone cannot stop corruption but every citizen must do his/her bit towards this. Since corruption has gone down into the blood of many of us who part of nation's growth over period of years, it will take some more time to remove this evil from its root. Yes, we need punitive measures imposed on offenders involved in corrupt practices in any field. It is nice to note that current government is taking action towards corruption free India. Hope to see major change in people's attitude in the near future. more
One is location and another is people have paying capacity and hence they go to such doctors. more
Govt policies ( except AAP govt.) clearly indicate that education & public health are no more the subject of their primary interest. Hence this is false hope. more
It is not expected Govt. to look after everything. A policy guidelines is necessary from the Education Secretary. PTA in school should be mandatory. Un resolved issues may be sent to The secretary for appropriate action. Regarding Medical treatment and related matter Medical Council may be the proper authority to formulate guidelines and take suitable action on desirable cases of anomaly. more
Doctors, all specialists who have their consulting rooms in Doctor House, opposite Jaslok hospital in Mumbai charge around Rs.5000 for consultation while others equally efficient charge around 500 to 800 in other parts of the city. Wonder why this huge differential in consulting fees. Some regulation will definitely help. more