Mumbai: Medical interns at civic-run hospitals still to receive their raised stipend

On August 27, 2019, the Directorate of Medical Education and Research (DMER) has decided to increase the amount in the existing stipend from Rs 6,000 to Rs 11,000. The raised stipend was to given from the month of August. While medical interns at state-run hospitals have received the stipend, medical interns at civic-run hospitals allege that they are yet to receive their raised stipend

Mumbai: Medical interns at civic-run hospitals still to receive their raised stipendMedical interns from the Association of State Medical Interns (ASMI), Maharashtra stated that interns at BMC associated colleges such as Nair, KEM, LTMMC (Sion) and Nair Dental Hospital, have not received the raised stipend. All the other medical colleges have got the stipend of Rs 11,000. Medical interns from the Association of State Medical Interns […]

The grim reality of medical students in India

We are all here, young doctors with white coats, ready to serve the country irrespective of what society thinks of doctors, we are here to save you all, to heal your pain, to cure it. We just expect the world around us to remember that we are humans entering early adulthood having limits to every aspect of ours!

The grim reality of medical students in India“The medical fraternity is like a public toilet, the ones outside are waiting eagerly to enter it and the ones in it want to exit it.” I feel really sorry to start with this bitter metaphor, but reality is always hard to digest. In awe if the idea of serving mankind and saving human lives, […]