Tweet by Narendra Modi provide relief to many

A decision has been declared to charge 50% private medical colleges as government colleges

While speaking at a webinar on the announcement for health sector in the union budget, the Prime Minister of India urged the private sectors to expand their participation with an aim to produce more doctors locally within India.
The Prime minister's statement had the united voice of hundreds of Indians who went abroad countries and had to face several challenges in those countries. In his speech, Modi said, "Today our children are going to smaller countries to study, especially for medical education. They go despite the language barrier. Millions of rupees are going out of the country. Can't our private sector enter this field in a big way? Can't our state governments make policies so that India can produce a maximum number of doctors".
It was highlighted that this year's budget will be focusing on bringing a big transformation in the health sector. Along with healthcare, equal emphasis will be laid on uplifting the holistic health of every individual. It was highlighted that the launch of Ayushman Bharat Digital Health Mission has aimed in providing the betterment of the people. It was mentioned that under the several health schemes, health care centres will be set up in every district.
A few days ago, an office memorandum was issued by the National Medical Commission, which mentioned the decision of 50 per cent private colleges and deemed universities to seat at the price of medical college seats
The recent reports regarding the latest issues of distress in Ukraine say that around 18000 medical students were trapped in Ukraine, who went there for their higher studies. 7000 were stranded in Sammy. Recently 200 students arrived in Delhi from Poland.
representative image of Narendra Modi
Image: representative image of Narendra Modi
In India, the number of seats in Medical is less than the number of aspirants who leave school with a dream to peruse a medical career.  Out of the 1.6 million students who appear in the National Eligibility Cum Entrance Test in 2021, only 88, 120 made it into the 562 medical colleges in the country.
The nominal fees of medical education in Ukraine and some other countries are the reason behind the Indian students going out to those places to study the degree they wish to.



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