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The Chhatrapati Shahuji Mharaj Medical University in Lucknow has urged the Medical Council of India that graduation degrees be granted toSCand ST medical students, who have repeatedly failed to clear the final exams.A few of them have been trying since 1996.The VC also said that a seperate passing percentage should be fixed for students belonging to the reserved category as they get selected with alower qualifying marks through the medical entrance.
Your take on this please.

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Asked by HEMANT MEHTA, 07 Dec '11 12:24 am
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First reserve the sc/st patients from the list of patients for the doctors passed out from the sc/st reserved quota.Why the general patients be treated by the sc/st doctors who passed out against reserved quota with a lower %age.
Answered by Ravindra Yadav, 08 Dec '11 08:56 pm

 
  
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Much of this typ of problems are out-come of un-far-sighted vote - oriented political competitive marketing awsome stratagies of post indepndent poltical gimmick,which needs to be rolled back-sooner the better.Then those polticians be humbled to gt treated through such stuff produced through their curtsey.
Answered by vishwabandhubajpai, 07 Dec '11 07:59 am

 
  
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Standard must be maintain
Answered by vijay, 07 Dec '11 12:25 am

 
  
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All our VIP'S and political netas should be made to take treatment only from such doctors!
Answered by SREENIVAS, 13 Dec '11 07:20 pm

 
  
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Doctor is doctor. Standard must be maintain
Answered by Motu, 21 Sep 06:00 pm

 
  
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Doctor is doctor.
Answered by Sweet Tamarind, 20 Mar 09:30 pm

 
  
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