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nimaptd
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Have you read the ' Editorial : Time Starts now'  published in the of Journal Of The National Integrated Medical  Association..???





The Editorial completely misguiding & it seems that guest editors have not studied the issue deeply.


1)The editors have said that there is nothing wrong in starting such a course, while most of the NIMA members are opposing the very concept of the course.


2)They have mentioned the name  of course as BRMS & duration of thecourse 3.5yrs.While the fact is the course is now BRHC & its duration is4.5yrs.


3)The editors have mentioned that all the medical fraternity has given the green signal to the course, but the fact is IMA is still opposing the course. The delegation from Maharashtra IMA have appealed to State Health Minister not to start such course in Maharashtra though the Central Health Ministry have accepted the draft.


4)The editors have suggested to give memorandum to authorities to include ayurveda syllabus in the course, we couldn’t understand why such misguiding suggestion is made..?



The Editors seems to have superficial knowledge of the subject or they might have intentions to mislead entire NIMA on this issue..!

 

We hereby condemn the editorial..!!!

NIMA PATHARDI

March 4, 2010 at 10:48 AM Flag Quote & Reply

DR.SURESH AVHAD
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Posts: 2

It seems that the writers have not studied the issue deeply.

I wonder how it is published on Editorial page?


The Editorial in the Journal of NIMA is not just wrong but also misguding & misleading...

We condemn it..!


PRESIDENT

NIMA PATHARDI

March 4, 2010 at 11:11 AM Flag Quote & Reply

DR.MAHAVIR
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Posts: 2

Hello..

I am Dr.Mahavir Gandhi,

Editor Of  VAIDYAKIYA VARTA

A weekly publishing from ahmednagar & having large subscription base in Maharashtra.

I am publishing VAIDYAKIYA VARTA since last 4 years but not a single article was ever controversial.

Editing any publication should be responsible. When you are writing on a serious issue you should have studied the issue properly.

      

When editor is publishing any associations journal, its editorial should reflect the views of the association & not individual one.


The editorial team should regret for the editorial published in the latest issue of NIMA JOURNAL..!

March 5, 2010 at 10:52 AM Flag Quote & Reply

DR.YOGIRAJ DESHMUKH
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Posts: 4

DON'T FALL PREY TO ANY DALAL'S PROPOGANDA..

SAY FIRM NO TO BRMS-BRHC-BRHS COURSE..!


LET US UNITE TO PROVIDE BETTER HEALTH SERVICES FOR OUR PEOPLE..!

 


March 6, 2010 at 3:16 AM Flag Quote & Reply

DR.SANTOSH TUPERE
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Posts: 1

I WONDER HOW SUCH SUPERFICIAL WRITING PUBLISHED AS EDITORIAL IN NATIONAL JOURNAL.

THERE IS OVER SATURATION OF DOCTORS IN RURAL MAHARASHTRA. OUR AHMEDNAGAR DISTRICT HAVE WITNESSED  MURDER OF DOCTOR & ANOTHER CASE OF ATTEMPTED MURDER OUT OF PROFESSIONAL RIVALARY

HOW THE SO CALLED GUEST EDITORS SAY THERE IS NOTHING WRONG IN STARTING SUCH COURSE..?


NIMA JOURNAL EDITORIAL TEAM SHOULD APOLOGIZE TO ALL NIMA MEMBERS FOR PUBLISHING SUCH IDIOT EDITORIAL.

March 6, 2010 at 11:20 AM Flag Quote & Reply

DR.SUHAS URANKAR
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Posts: 2

I HAVE JUST READ THE LATEST ISSUE OF NIMA JOURNAL


WHAT I READ IN THE NAME OF EDITORIAL IS JUST " IDIOTORIAL "


VERY SUPERFICIAL WRITING ON THE SERIOUS ISSUE

March 7, 2010 at 4:48 AM Flag Quote & Reply

drvbpawar@gmail.com
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Posts: 4

           This Editorial Issue showes the inactiveness of the Senior Members towards the basic Rights of the AYUSH Doctors. It was very shameful & also stupidness about the basic Hazards of this B.R.H.S. Course. If central government can not do anything about proper establishment of the AYUSH Doctors in India. Then who gives the Right to Health Ministry to start this " Small Brother Of M.B.B.S. "  If the Health Ministry properly utilise the 8 Lakhs AYUSH Doctors in our Health Sector the basic problem of 1.45 Lakh deficiency of the sub centers has been solve with in 1 month also.

          But our Ministers spend the  common peoples money 6000 corods per year as a grant for each Medical college for only 50 students batch of the 300 districts with 20 corods each. It shows that 15000 Doctors come out in Health Service after 4 years with common peoples money spend by Government 24000 corods. That mean one B.R.H.S. ( " Small Brother Of   M.B.B.S. " )  Doctor complit his education with 1.6  corods of  government  money. This  1.6  corods of  governments grant for one individual  B.R.H.S. doctor is  it  necessary  to  solve the shortage of the doctors in rural area ?  Any  illertate man  says no need . Then  why  Editorial  was  written  in  favour  of  it ? This is a reserch  subject .

                Because if Health Ministry wants to fill up the vaccant post of rural area, then there is not another best solution rather than to introduce AYUSH  Doctors  in  main  stream  of  Health  Sector. It's cost was nothing , but it saves  the Thousand Corods of our Country .  

March 9, 2010 at 1:03 PM Flag Quote & Reply

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