57% of ‘allopathic doctors’ in India do not have medical qualifications: WHO

A recent report by WHO has revealed an alarming statistic that nearly 31% of allopathic doctors in India in 2001 were educated only up to the secondary school level and 57% did not have any medical qualification. Based on the 2001 census data, the study has brought the quality of India’s healthcare sector into question.

A recent report by WHO has revealed an alarming statistic that nearly 31% of allopathic doctors in India in 2001 were educated only up to the secondary school level and 57% did not have any medical qualification. Based on the 2001 census data, the study has brought the quality of India’s healthcare sector into question.

Sign Up for Our Newsletters

Get smarter with most important stories.

You May Also Like

Parse Open Sources Its SDKs

“Our SDKs are widely used by the mobile development community — in fact, Parse SDKs now power more than 800 million active app-device pairs per month. They’re an important part of our platform, enabling developers to get up and running with Parse in minutes. Today we’re excited to show developers what’s under the hood for the first time.”
View Post