A report from the 🌐World Health Organisation (WHO) published in June ’16 called ‘The Health Workforce in 🇮🇳 India’. It said that 31% of 🇮🇳 Indian allopathic 👷doctors in 2011 were only educated till the secondary school level, 57% weren’t medically qualified. In rural 🇮🇳 India, only 18.8% of allopathic 👷doctors were medically qualified. Secretary of the Medical Council of 🇮🇳 India (MCI) Dr Reena Nayyar said🔉, “I don’t think this report has officially come to the MCI yet. But in general, any person practising allopathic medicine who does not have a registered medical qualification comes under quackery.” The report📄 also showed that female🙋🏻 workers, 38% of them, were found to be more medically qualified✅ than men. In allopathy, 67% of females🙋🏻 were qualified compared to 38% of males. The total number of 👷doctors (allopathic, ayurvedic, homoeopathic & unani) in 🇮🇳 India was 80 per 1⃣ lakh 👥population. For comparison, 🇨🇳China has 130 per 1⃣ lakh 👥population.
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