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I once again congratulate AAPI for organizing this Global Summit and I wish all the very best in your future endeavours.
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I appeal all the doctors to visit a School every week to counsel children on dangers of lifestyle diseases and unhealthy dietary habits.
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Along with strengthening our Primary Health Centres, we must explore innovative, out of box technology solutions such as telemedicine.
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Primary Health Centres would form the backbone for building a robust low cost healthcare system in India. I urge the doctors of Indian diaspora to adopt their own villages and help in improving the Primary Health Services there.
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I urge all medical practitioners of Indian origin working across globe, to collaborate and work with our government and academic institutions to make Indian medical education world class.
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It is crucial that we address this huge gap in the supply of trained healthcare practitioners by opening more medical colleges and increasing the number of seats at both graduate and Post graduate levels.
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We face a huge shortage in the number of qualified medical practitioners in India, especially specialist doctors.
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Our health sector still grapples with inadequate public spend, low doctor-patient ratio, high share of out-of-pocket expenditure, inadequate infrastructure in rural areas, lack of penetration of health insurance and inadequate preventive mechanisms.
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India has launched ‘Ayushman Bharat’, touted to be the world’s largest health insurance scheme, under the aegis of which 10 lakh people have already received free treatment under the scheme.
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We are indeed proud of our doctors and healthcare practitioners who are rendering invaluable healthcare services in countries across the globe. Only a healthy nation can be a progressive and wealthy nation.
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Delighted to be present at 13th 2019 organised by American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI), in Hyderabad today. I am glad to learn that AAPI serves as an umbrella organisation with a Network of over 160 chapters across USA.
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VicePresidentOfIndia 3h
It is a welcome trend as educating a woman is equivalent to educating a family. Empowerment of women is of paramount importance to achieve rapid progress.
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Heartening to see that higher percentage of girls than boys migrated from their home States particularly from states like Bihar, Odisha, UP, Rajasthan and MP in pursuit of education, according to 2011 Census.
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VicePresidentOfIndia 20h
I compliment Dr. MCRHRD Institute for designing a comprehensive approach towards training, which included outdoor, extra-curricular & co-curricular activities to enable the MES Probationers develop a broader vision & emerge as productive members of the Military Engineer Services.
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VicePresidentOfIndia 21h
Currently, the defense infrastructure is moving towards modernization in a big way. In addition, the Armed Forces expect the latest technologies to be adopted for infrastructure development.
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VicePresidentOfIndia 21h
You must learn from the best practices within and outside India, from both the private as well as the public sector, and strive to reform the procedures and systems for producing outstanding results.
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Understanding the needs of the marginalized sections of the society, getting a firsthand experience of service delivery in remote areas would help you to plan better when you go back to the drawing board.
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VicePresidentOfIndia 21h
Equally important must have been the ‘Village Visit’ as it must have opened up new vistas of learning and gave you an exposure to unique problems, felt-needs, and priorities of rural India.
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VicePresidentOfIndia 21h
I hope, all the MES Probationers would agree with me that Trekking in the Munnar, Kerala not only exposed them to the natural grandeur of the hills and forests but also provided them with an opportunity to understand leadership and group dynamics.
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VicePresidentOfIndia 21h
Training should not be a one-off affair. Training at regular intervals is essential for officers and others to upgrade their skills, knowledge domains and to keep abreast of the latest developments.
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