Doctors pursuing higher studies in the US to sign return bond

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  1. Apollyon

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    Doctors pursuing higher studies in the US to sign return bond ........:laugh::laugh:

    The Hindu : News / National : Doctors pursuing higher studies in the US to sign return bond

    Better Late than Never
    Still Medical Students going abroad is much less than their Engineering Counterparts ............ :nod:
     
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    High time.

    When recession strikes, or when they really want to come back, they will realize that they cannot practice in India. Excellent move!
     
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    I don't agree with this policy. Anyone can study and settle down anywhere, provided he has the capability. Instead the government should focus on why people settle down abroad, or join IT companies, instead of DRDO etc. If the government wants a qualified person, they should pay him the same as the private industry pays. Instead of focussing on the core issues, they come up with idiotic policies.

    I work for money; if the government wants loyalty, then get a fcuking dog.
     
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    Why would the US govt. want an NOC from India? IS US the only destination for Indian medical students?

    Looks like to be a very ill thought of move. Conditions should be made favourable for students to work in India after their studies. An MD course costing Rs. 1 Crore in india, would always push more students to study abroad.
     
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    /\/\/\ Many Indians go to UK too.
     
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    Good move for both the countries!
     
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    It's not about the Pay they get

    Only those who studied in a "Government Institution" (highly subsidized education) have to sign a Return Bond

    I think those who completed there MBBS from a Private Institution are being excluded, and rightly so

    Why to waste Tax Payers Money on those retards who take advantage of highly subsidized education and after completion flew to developed countries to earn a better chunk ... :nod:
     
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    Remove all reservations from P.G. courses.Nobody will go to U.S. for higher studies.Why should they come back after doing P.G. there in 1st place ?? If your own nation doesn't give you opportunity instead resists your growth, there's no need to come back.
     
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    How is it a good move? As I see it,students will shun US and go to other countries for higher studies.
     
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    rock127 Maulana Rockullah Senior Member

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    Brain drain... they got enough jobs if they want to do here.
     
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    Why only doctors? This is a little unfair. It should be applicable to all folks from govt. owned institutions like IIT, IISc etc. Why leave the engineers and the scientists out if it? They are as much an asset to the country as the docs.
     
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    I did not get your post. What do you mean by subsidized? Do you mean students who get admission into government medical colleges through quota only have to sign the bond? Or is it the same for general category students who study in govt medical colleges?
     
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    So, should not the government address the issues of brain drain instead of coming up with a stupid bond. Brain drain happens when there are lack of oppurtunities, and people migrate abroad to fulfil the basic criteria of slogging for 16 years, and you're telling me there are enough jobs?

    Your brain drain....and enough jobs logic is wrong. There would be no brain drain, if there are ample jobs.
     
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    :dude:

    Education is SUBSIDIZED for every one (wheather General OBC SC/ST) in all Government Institutions ..... True Story ... :nod:
     
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    A mindset has been created in India about going abroad and settle whether it's skilled job or hairdressing.For same reason Australia also made the rules strict since loads of guys were going there for small courses and settling.

    The "job nahi hai" excuse was a genuine one but not today.
     
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    Ok, I get it. So you mean a guy doing say Engg in a govt institution pays much less fees than in a private institution. What about the other points I raised about quota?
     
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Howmuch taxpayers' money do you think govt. is spending behind a doctor ??Do you know most of institutions don't even provide quality education to an M.B.B.S. student.Even in M.D.,M.S. courses, students learn everything by themselves.Excluding few good colleges, every med clg is waste of tax payers' money,hell every govt. hospitals are waste of money. Ask me, after pursuing M.B.B.S. course, I don't get practice which is written in books and also I won't get admission in my desirable branch.Don't blame students, blame govt. policies for such mess.
     
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    Hold on! You brought brain drain into this thread and now you're digressing into something else.

    But, I do agree with this post of yours, but there are other factors too why people go abroad, for e.g a class infrastructure, better governance, and many more tidbits. Why don't the Americans migrate to India? Think and you'll get your answer.
     
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Enough Jobs ??Job isn't issue here....
     
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    I agree too, no comparison of facilities but then as I said a mindset has been created "Go to US, study and settle and forget India"

    As I said more and more foreigners are coming to India for a job, though they are not in millions but the trends is changing.
     

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