Our Hospitals and Dispensaries


and midwifery. The sense^ of responsibility and capacity and desire for discrimination will be found wanting amongst those who make money their aim and ambition, and whose customers are generally poor, ignorant and unlettered. Tt is idle to think that these lowly trained men will not handle all sorts of cases in the mofussil. When there is no guarantee, and no check, abuse is inevitable. There is a universal cry for raising the standard of medical education, and increasing the period of study in medical schools from four to five years, which is considered by the members of the All-India S. A. S. Association as the " irreducible minimum," and it will

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@inproceedings{Ganguli2016OurHA, title={Our Hospitals and Dispensaries}, author={Satkari Ganguli}, booktitle={The Indian medical gazette}, year={2016} }