A famous axiom “as you sow so shall you reap “ has an application to health system. As NEET has been implemented and there has been some effort to find out information about admissions to medical colleges, at least tip of the iceberg is getting visible. More you know or read the news items about NEET, more one is convinced that industry selling medical college seats has been quite powerful and practically every technique to sell seats is prevalent to by pass the merit and deny seat to deserving candidates. These meritorious children, who are denied seats could have been good doctors and real custodian for the health of people. But if for some reason, business prevails and government fails to prevent this cruel and corrupt selling of medical seats, an Einstein brain is not required to guess the whole malaise prevalent in health system. Foundation of medical system is suffused with sand rather than touch stone of merit. It is the business and fraud which is rampant.
Astronomical fee of medical colleges without proper facilities and medical education can be born only by investors and not good candidates. It is the people and society, who will be the real sufferers in future. Therefore resentment to such system should come from the society. If every one is happy by the arrangement , then one has to introspect, whether they really deserve kind of doctors, they wish.
Following may be MEAGER TIP OF THE ICEBERG
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