Current Topics in Medicine and Medical Research Vol. 12,
9 February 2021,
“Aharnish Sevamahe” vguÊ’k lsokegs “Eternally in Service of Mankind at every moment”. This is the motto of my life.
India will be the largest producer of Medical Graduates. In other words every Indian medical graduate will be responsible for the health of the world. We in India are keen on improving the state of affairs of Medial Education in our Country and health services for every citizen of our country.
Being prepared for change is an attribute of the educated and enlightened. Illiterate in the 21st century, are not always those who cannot read or write; but more often they are those who do not want to ‘change’ or do not want to accept change. Medical Education has seen tremendous change in both content and delivery. The system is in place and people in the hierarchy of transforms in the education system have time and again incorporated the subtle changes necessary.
So if we need to stand before the growing demands of the complexities of these changes, we need not make many efforts to change the system as much the attitude of people towards this change.