Absence of medical facilities in the rural part of the rural is evident to everyone. This is one of the major factors behind a low life expectancy in rural villages of the rural. In an edgy endeavor to give therapeutic administrations in rural areas which are tormented by empty positions in government healing facilities, the state government has now made it compulsory for the students conceded in its seven self-financed restorative schools to serve for one year in rural regions.
The Gujarat Medical Education and Research Society (GMERS), a general public shaped by the state government to oversee government-run restorative schools, has chosen that students conceded in the universities in Sola, Gandhinagar, Valsad, Gotri, Patan, Himmatnagar and Junagadh will need to give an endeavor that they will do temporary position for one year in rural territories. The students are obliged to outfit a surety of Rs 2 lakh which they will be obliged to outfit on the off chance that they decline to do the internship in rural territories.
The seven universities which are overseen by the GMERS are in the class of self-financed. The expense in the universities oversaw by GMERS is Rs 3 lakh for each annum, while the same in the administration run schools is around Rs 6,000 for every annum.
The authorities in the medicinal instruction office said that every school has an ability to concede 150 students. As a rule, students of self-financed universities, which charge high expenses, don't go for temporary job in rural zone. "The legislature can drive students to do entry level position in rural regions as it gives sponsored instruction to them. Be that as it may, the SFIs can't drive the students. Be that as it may, the administration needs to implement the same measuring stick notwithstanding for the students who are conceded in SFI universities."
The authority said that the legislature was of the conclusion that regardless of the fact that half of the students go for entry level position consistently in rural zones, they would have the capacity to give restorative administrations comfortable essential wellbeing focus level. At present, there are almost 1,200 PHCs, 300-odd group wellbeing revolves where there are around 35% opening."
Nitin Vora, head of Sola Medical College, said, "The administration of GMERS has taken a choice and we are just the executing office. Regardless we have not got the duplicate of the bond, but rather have implied every last understudy who had secured confirmation in the schools keep running by GMERS about the choice."
P D Vithlani, medicinal instruction chief and overseeing board individual from GMERS, said the administration is giving sponsored training to the students conceded in the school of GMERS. "We are not charging high expenses as those by the SFI universities and thus the administration can acquire such regulations. We have been requested that actualize the same by the administration and we have quite recently taken after the directions."