Dr. Devi Shetty On Elitism In Medical Education

“Liberate nursing and paramedical education.” This talk by Dr. Devi Shetty from 2017 found resonance as India struggles to stem Covid-19 cases in 2020.

09/06/2020 11:27 AM
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  • Farhan T.
    16/08/2020 05:07

    Absolutely facts

  • Areeba K.
    23/07/2020 11:31

    This government is busy to making temple and statue .

  • Hari V.
    16/07/2020 07:56

    He himself studied in elitist college

  • Najma B.
    15/07/2020 20:44

    Well said sir, today's school's and colleges runing like business, want to earn money by selling the seats

  • Rajib G.
    15/07/2020 14:51


  • Ajit S.
    14/07/2020 17:55

    I observed that whether one is from deprive background or rich the movement doctor start it's practice they think of only one thing that is money the queues in clinic are long and it is very lucrative to be doctor I am not talking about exception when individual take his profession to be social services or serve humanity majority is moved by economic return so why not they should pay for there education here in Agra lot of my relatives and known person have died due to lack of medical facilities because private nursing home refused to touch or admit a patient due to fear of Corrina no Hippocrates oath work when it comes to individual Iam not talking about exception in Agra or that matter in India medical care has got completely commercial and cater to market and is totally insensitive liberation paramedic cannot provide replacement to doctor highly skilled migrates outside India govt finance there education for nothing or no returns first opportunity they leave India or make it business is very hard fact to digest few are moved with humanitarian zeal rest is just market govt medical care is not of quality

  • Dotty F.
    13/07/2020 17:52

    Very good,well spoken,i salute you

  • Amrita D.
    12/07/2020 14:39

    Just what we were discussing today

  • Jeet P.
    12/07/2020 14:34


  • Jeet P.
    12/07/2020 14:32

    Absolutely correct

  • Manjari M.
    12/07/2020 10:56

    Very true.But what is the solution.?

  • Sanghamitra D.
    12/07/2020 09:58

    Well said

  • Raj S.
    12/07/2020 02:59

    this is what's going on in the country, the privileged ones getting more and more privileges instead of the worthy ones.

  • Sreenidhi S.
    11/07/2020 22:08

    I'm talking about my own college. One guy who belongs to a poor family (SC quota) gets Pg seat with all India rank 4,00,000. Another rich kid with AIR 3000 doesn't get any seat in any department so he opts for a private seat. Was he wrong to do that because the seat that belonged to him in the first place was taken by a much worse candidate. Tell me who was the better doctor. And was it fair to him and his family. I'm trying to say that money is not the only factor in play. This is a complex game where THE POOR ARENT ALWAYS THE VICTIMS and the rich aren't always the victors. I have seen talented poor kids, talented rich kids, hopeless poor kids and hopeless rich kids as well. Another example. My tailor, she is a poor lady. Her daughter became a doctor by studying 2-3 hours a day because they have something called EWS( economically weaker section) quota. I got the same seat by studying 18 hours a day for 2 years. In the process i suffered from depression , obesity and insomnia. It really pissed me off when I used to see her chilled out and relaxed in those days. When I was going through hell. As much as I admire this man and his work. And it kills me to disagree with him because I look up to him and his work. And he is a legend. A strong man. But I have to based on personal experiences

  • Minakshi P.
    11/07/2020 19:44

    Excellent. What he said absolutely right.

  • Harisha K.
    11/07/2020 12:20

    That's all

  • Aphu A.
    11/07/2020 10:03

    Please run medical colleges in rented halls. This will be a blessing for India

  • Dipankaj R.
    11/07/2020 09:13

    Well said

  • Priyaballav B.
    11/07/2020 08:47

    Very well said sir

  • Mujahid R.
    10/07/2020 13:15

    The unlimited greeds destroys their class and calibre as a doctor .Cricket match fixing is always done by top class cricketers of poor back grounds. Good doctors from poor back grounds are more dangerous than rich ones .

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