National Integrated Medical Association
Pathardi Branch

Let's unite to provide better health care for our people...




      Father of Nation


He drafted Constitution of India, that allows us to Express our views freely..


        Father of Integration

He was founder of India's first Integrated Medical Institute at Ahmednagar, Maharashtra..

He was great follower of Mahatma Gandhi & his Institute at Ahmednagar has provided shelter to underground Freedom Fighters of Indian Freedom Struggle..

Nationalize The Medical Education...

Health Ministry of India & MCI are planning to introduce new course,BRMS/BRHC for Rural Health..

This is the retrograde move..

The new course will benefit education barons rather than rural population..

It will create more problems to the already ailing Health Care System of India..

Here we have discussed the basic pathology & treatment options available for the disease of India's Health Care System...



We hereby request to


Hon,President of India,

Hon,Prime minister of India,

Hon, Health Minister of India

& All the Hon, MP's from Rajyasabha & Loksabha


to seriously think on "Nationalization of Medical Education"...

1)Medical Education should be on the top of priority list of Govt of India,it is as important as Defense. No privatization should be allowed in Medical Education..

Privatization of medical education started in 1953,

& now every big politician owns a Medical College .

Those who cant own medical college, own BAMS or BHMS colleges..

management quota seats are literally sold

Medical Education is now a market, where those who have lot of money can get admissions

Truly worthy students are deprived from getting medical education, in this Bazar.

Those who invest money for education naturally tries to put out the invested money with interest, they are going to accept freebies & gifts fromthe Pharma companies, no matter MCI's Ketan Desai  bans it.

True Medical professional  needs Empathy, Emotions & Ethics in his heart.

Privatization of Medical Education kept all these words into dictionary

2)Upgrade all the existing BAMS/BHMS/BUMS/BSMS colleges to MBBS & provide them with necessary infrastructure.

3)Existing BAMS/BHMS/BUMS/BSMS practitioners should be upgraded to MBBS by offering them refreshing course in medicine & pharmacology through CME centers at Taluka/Tehsil level.The CME centers at Taluka/Tehsil level should be provided with recent advances in technology like video conferencing.

4) Government's job is to provide/ensure proper health care to it's citizens & not to promote the different pathies, hence AYUSH dept. & CCIM &CCH should be scrapped.

& Uniform scientific medical syllabus should be applied in the Nation,

Ayurveda,unani & siddha would be offered as optional subjects,as they have the Indian origin & should be considered as potential resource  for research in main stream medicine.

Thanx with Regards


Let's Unite To Provide Better Health Services For Our People..!


BAMS/BUMS/BHMS/BSMS i.e. AYUSH Doctors should be considered as victims of corrupt & illogical Medical Education System of India..

National Integrated Medical Association has sent Memorandum to Health Minister of India regarding Health Ministry & MCI's proposal to start new three & half years course (BRMS/BRHC) for rural health.

There is no need of such course as 7.5 Lakh AYUSH DOCTORS are already serving India's Health Care very efficiently.

We have not taken admissions to different AYUSH Courses like BAMS/BUMS/BSMS/BHMS out of love for Ayurveda/Unani/Homeopathy but because we missed admission to MBBS by fraction of points & we could not afford the hefty fees of private medical colleges,so..


AYUSH DOCTORS should be considered as victims of Corrupt & illogical Medical Education System of India & should be given fair opportunity to prove themselves.

We demand to enroll AYUSH DOCTORS in main stream medicine by providing us refreshing course through CME Centers at District & Tehsil level.The CME Centers should be provided with latest technology like video conferencing. Our suggested module will also help in strengthening the infrastructure of Health Care System.& the expenditure on this project will be far less than the expenditure on proposed course.

NIMA's strike gets huge response from General practitioners & Students all over The Nation, Media unaware of the motives of the strike

National Integrated Medical Association called for one day Nationwide strike to protest against the Lathicharge on the doctors of NIMA in UP and to oppose the New BRMS Course, the Union Govt is introducing for Rural Health..
Annual Budget declared 2yrs back for this course was Rs6000 Crores..
The course is totally not required as the majority AYUSH doctors are giving cost effective & quality services in Rural Area..

Central Govt is going to benefit Education Barons in the name of Rural Population.To understand how please read the post below.

More than Rs.6000 Crores annually will be unnecessarily wasted on this idea BRMS Course..
This huge amount can be utilised for the development of Infrastructure of Rural Health Care System & huge force of AYUSH doctors can used to provide Medical Services in the rural area, so that our health care will be as per WHO recommendation.

Friends though our yesterdays strike was successful, it was disorganized.

Media was totally unaware of the motives of the strike..
when I called NEWS CHANNELS, most of the News Editors said that no one from NIMA approached them,
In Maharashtra most of the news channel editors thought that the STRIKE WAS IN SUPPORT OF CHEMISTS..
We have to accept that it was total failure of MAHARASHTRA NIMA in providing proper media coverage, We have to take care that future strikes would be in organized manner.
Those who have not knowledge of our problems, those who could not give justice to their posts SHOULD BE REMOVED..

If we could not solve the problems of General Practitioners,



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