drjesuraj wrote:hi guys,
i took my pg in north thru aipg,and superspeciality also in north.i am still not able to understand why so much of allowances given to service.
people who are in service ,in stable government job,who are allowed to do private practise are given 50% exclusive and marks for service plus marks for rural service.as for as i know no other state has so much of allowances.tn reserves 50% seats in DM / MCh also to service,while no other state has.
It is because no other state has this much number of government hospitals and this many number of specialists posted
The seats are reserved so that Government Hospitals have specialists http://www.doctorsandlaw.com/2006/01/validity-of-service-quota.html
Seats are reserved for Service Candidates NOT TO HELP THE CANDIDATES (Quotas like Institute Quota in AIIMS where 33 percent seats are reserved for AIIMS Undergraduates are for helping the doctors. Quotas like Ex Service man quota are for Helping Candidates)
Take the case of Institute Quota is AIIMS. All AIIMS Undergraduates are guaranteed a PG Seat in AIIMS. Do you know that those who have got just 16 % in Entrance are getting MD Gen Medicine and Masters in OG in AIIMS through Institute Quota
In Service Reservation is a different kind. The doctors who have done their PG through Service has to serve in TN Government till retirement.
i know few people in this forum always support this stepmotherly attitute to nonservice candidates,who get one of lowest stipend among all states,who are foced to do post pg service,pay one of the highest fee among the states.
It is because the Non Service PGs do not unite and fight. There is no association for Non Service PGs.
people may argue that they sacrifice their life for rural service.
Can you refuse this.
how many of you will continue if govt bans private practise.
You will only know when Government Bans Private Practice
And When they ban, they need to give around 45000 for Assistant Professor and 1,00,000 for a Professor (in line with Central Government).
dont say no nonservice candidate goes to rural areas.
No one said that. Many doctors posted in Compulsary Rural Service are working in rural areas only. Only few non service candidates are against the compulsary rural service. So majority of non service candidates do go to rural areas
prefrences to people who do service is needed,but the same time this stepmotherly attitute towards non service candidates is not good either.
tell me one more state in india which gives so much allowances to service.
Tell me one state in India which has TOTAL FREE TREATMENT in Government Hospitals (including Cardiac Bye Pass, Total Knee Replacement)
Tell me one state in India where there are 1400 PHCs for 4.5 crore Rural Population
Tell me one state in India where there are more than 100 CEMONC Centres (for a Population of 6 Crores)
Tell me one state in India where there are 17 Government Medical Colleges (for a population of 6 Crores)
Tell me one state in India where there are 14000 vacancies for doctors of which 10000 vacancies are for specialists (for a population of 6 crores)
dont say only in tn doctors are interested in govt service.
Not at all. In every state doctors are interested in government service
this like giving money to rich,and say to poor get rich then we will give you money.
I am not getting your point here
nonservice candidate who has neither job nor degree is treated like a enemy and every year govt comes with new clauses,rules ,bonds and along with studying he has to fight cases with govt,powerful service doctor unions.it looks odd.
MBBS Doctors are welcome to join in Government Service. There was a counselling on Jan 29-31. (http://www.tngda.in/2009/01/blog-post.html) There will be another counselling in the next 2 weeks.
Further there is a TNPSC Next week www.targetpg.com/exams/tnpsc/2009_general
So this no job is not at all a valid argument now (few years ago, you need to wait for a lot of time to join Service)