दुर्गा प्रसाईकाे राेदन – अब बिएण्डसी सरकारबाट सञ्चालन हाेस् , नत्र सधैंको लागि बन्द गर्दिनुहोस्

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झापास्थित प्रस्तावित बिएण्डसी मेडिकल कलेजका सञ्चालक दुर्गा प्रसाईले प्रधानमन्त्री केपी शर्मा ओलीलाई सरकारले मेडिकल कलेज लिन अनुरोध गरेका छन्।

शनिबार काठमाडौंमा पत्रकार सम्मेलन गर्दै प्रसाईले मेडिकल कलेजलाई सम्वन्धन दिनुपर्ने, कि सरकारले सञ्चालन गर्नुपर्ने वा सधैंलाई बन्द गर्नलाई निर्णय दिन अनुरोध गरे।

‘मेडिकल कलेजलाई सम्बन्धन दिन वा, सरकार आफ्रैले सञ्चालन गर्न वा सधैंका लागि बन्द गर्ने विषयमा अविलम्व स्पष्ट र ठोस निर्णय लिनहुन प्रधानमन्त्रीज्यू समक्ष मेची अञ्चलको बतिस लाख जनातको अनुरोध,’ उनले भने।

केही समय अगाडी प्रधानमन्त्री केपी ओलीका विश्वासपात्र दुर्गा प्रसाईले बिर्तामोडको पूर्वान्चल क्यान्सर अस्पतालको उद्घाटन गराएका थिए।

उद्घाटन कार्यक्रममा प्रसाईंले ओलीको खुब तारिफ गरे। ओलीले त्यसको बदलामा विएण्डसी मेडिकल कलेजले छिट्टै सम्बन्धन पाउने घोषणासमेत गरेका थिए।

प्रधानमन्त्री तथा आयोगका अध्यक्ष शर्माले विएण्डसीलाई सम्बन्धन दिनका लागि निकै जोडबोल गरिहेका छन्।

केही दिन अगाडी आयोगको बैठकमा प्रधानमन्त्री शर्माले उपाध्यक्ष डा. श्रीकृष्ण गिरीलाई ऐन, नियम छोड्नुस भन्दै तत्कालै बिएण्डसीलाई सम्बन्धन दिन आयोगका तर्फबाट सैद्धान्तिक सहमति दिने भनेर माइन्युट लेख्न निर्देशन दिएका थिए।

तर, डा. कानूनविपरीत हुनेगरी निर्णयमा हस्ताक्षर नगर्ने भन्दै बैठकबाट निस्केका थिए।

आयोगले बिएण्डसीको मापदण्ड नपुगेको भन्दै सम्वन्धन दिन इन्कार गरिरहेको छ।

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  1. We are far behind from the standard Doctors-population ratio [0.17 per thousand].
    Still lots of chaos and objections and agitation.
    Its nice to hear (adarshabadi slogans) that education and healthcare should be free, but how much it is practical to provide a free standard education and healthcare in present circumstances. Would it be sustainable maintaining the quality?How many students from poor economic class have had the advantage of free medical education so far in our country….?. It’s debatable. Or the ongoing agitation is only for the students from boarding english schools of metropoliton cities on the name of reservation and opportunity for poor people. How many doctors, who completed medical education in full scholorships served the nation voluntarily or in low salary in the government hospital so far, how many of them left abroad for better opportunity. It’s a big question mark for free medical education without return for the nation. So, the free medical education should be targeted to the people who are indeed in the need. For that we have to improve the quality of school education in remote places of the country, so that they can compete the entrance examinations.
    The educated persons of our society must understand the difficulty of establishment of an institute and government must protect the investment of private sector as well. If we go through the data of medical schools in India, there are total 562 medical colleges (out of which 274 medical colleges are private, 278 run by gov), the MBBS seats are increased to 82645/year effective from 2021 (Last year it was 70000 seats/year). About 16 lakhs students appear for entrance.
    There should be both education with different forms of scholorships , and paid. The mechanism of standardization of medical education should be strict and fair and equal to all institutions. Quality control authority must be strict without corruption, experience in medical education without political bias n influence. There must be regular monitoring and control by gov authority. There should be access to medical education with standard. For that, private sector has equally important role and it shouldn’t be barred, there shouldn’t be foul play of politics and personal difference.
    If there is already large investment done in the country from the citizen level, and lots of Nepalese people have got the opportunity to work there and getting tertiary healthcare facility, and thousands of people are directly and indirectly involved, It’s the responsibility of each citizen to welcome such institution.

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