Doctors in the field of medicine face an uphill battle as they struggle to obtain a diploma.
The government recently announced plans to offer a diploma to those who complete a postgraduate course.
However, it is still difficult for doctors to obtain the degree as the curriculum does not cover the basics of medicine.
This is a key point in the struggle of doctors who lack a diploma, said Dr. Anupam Bhanu, an associate professor at Indian Institute of Medical Sciences (IIMS).
“We are seeing a gradual rise in the number of doctors with a bachelor’s degree who are not able to get a diploma because of a lack of curriculum.
But the number will likely increase as there are more graduates,” he said. “
As of now, the number is around 3,000.
But the number will likely increase as there are more graduates,” he said.
The number of new doctors is expected to rise by nearly 30% in the next five years.
There are currently around 10,000 doctors who are completing their Bachelor of Medical Science degrees, while the number in the medical profession is around 13,000, according to a report in the Indian Express newspaper.
Doctors are facing a shortage of doctors, a shortage that has been exacerbated by the implementation of the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM), which aims to improve rural health.
Currently, there are about 40,000 registered doctors in the state of Gujarat, which is home to over 300 million people, according the government.
To fill this void, the National Health Mission has introduced a scheme called the National Medical Education Scholarship Program (NMESP).
The plan aims to offer the first-year students an additional $20,000 in grants to attend medical colleges across the country as well as a certificate and diploma in medicine.
However, the government has also been keen to attract more doctors to the field, which could also help it in increasing the number and quality of medical graduates.
While a bachelor degree in medicine can bring in a lot of prestige and prestige, it can also be a tough road.
Dr. Bhanus says doctors are in desperate need of training to help them become a better and more effective healthcare professionals.
He said doctors are often trained in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia and New Zealand and they do not have the requisite training.
“It is because of this lack of training that doctors are unable to enter the field,” he added.
“Doctors in India are very focused on completing a master’s degree in the US, but we have not had enough time for that,” said Dr Bhan.
With this in mind, he said that the government should focus on training more doctors.
According to the National Council of Medical Research (NCMR), there are around 10.3 million registered medical doctors in India, with the medical field having more than 1.5 million graduates.