RECRUITMENT OF DENTAL SURGEONS IN INDIA
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I am tremondously exagerrated while I am typing this but I am sorry for not sounding so because I would have ended slanging enumerable people.
Well. I want to be specific with what I want to say.
When I took my admissions in Bachelors of Dental Surgery in 2011, I didnt know that it has become so crucial to keep money in my pocket for applying job even after competing for one of the most prestigious competitions in india. (AIPMT/WBJEEM/NEET)
Yes. I took my admissions in North Bengal Dental College and Hospital (government) after competing several laks of canditates and still after 6 yrs of completion of whatever i am doing i am owning nothing but unemployment.
Just tell me one thing. If BDS has nothing to do with the health administration of India then why is the government cheating with the fate of enumerable bright students in india?
Why is the exam and curriculum kept same for mbbs and bds?
Why do my seniors who got admission in masters of dental surgery had to leave there MDS seats for a pathetic job offer which came up at the end of 2016 ?
That to with bribes to dignified people of administration?
Why has dentistry rendered to street corners and greedy unemployed eyes?
Why do the government brings out thousands of job vacancies for other medical fields but not BDS?
Why DCI and MCI in a joint venture are not yet coming up with the bridge course which had been planned several years ago?
Why the administration do not inform prior about the fate of a particular career field?
Mearly bringing up 1/100 or I dont know how much of vacancies to the number of educated people wont help much. It would only result in brain drain!
And if that is so then why is the goverment appreciating the licence of private dental coleges and rendering the group A citizens UNEMPLOYED?
I heard of a new dental college called KUSUM DEVI somewhere near dumdum, West Bengal.
Precisely I would sadly narrate the story of my college from where I pursued my BDS.
It was inaugurated in the year 1991 but has failed to claim MDS seats even today when its late 2017.
Instead of working upon the developments of an existing dental college, the government is aproving new colleges.
I am quite frightened at what my fate will turn to even after brushing my back for the last enumerable years against heavy books and tough duty schedule.
I studied my curriculum with love.
I treat my patients with affection.
Dont let my colleagues, juniors and seniors change their profession just for the fear of being unemployed.
We all have studied blood soak hard for reaching where we are!
We play with blood. We play with drugs.
Stop playing with our future!
Stop pranking our fate!
Stop victimizing the group A citizens!
Let the golden era of dentistry begin!
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