Mangalore, August 27: ‘There is requirement of proper medical facility to mass neglected people and on this regard youth doctors must take the leadership’, said Nitte University V.C Dr. M. Shantharam Shetty.
He was giving lecture at Yenepoya University in the memory of Moideen Kunji.
There are 30 percent people are below the poverty line and 28 percent people are illiterate. Nearly 15 percent people having various vima scheme and most of the people are deprived from such kind of facility. There are 365 medical colleges and in every year 25 thousand post graduate students and 45 thousand graduate students are comes out. In the rural area at fundamental facility less place, need of doctors and medical service, he said.
In the modern medical field Euro- Americans have dominated and in the India during the time of Charaka, Shushrutha valuable medical treatment system grown up, but due to improper registration the Indian system did not spread. Hence, Indians must think to give the leader to medical world and there is need of positive changes. Along with the professionalism, people must build the human value and social responsibility, he added.
Because of the Moideen Kunji’s contribution Yenepoya University reaching the sky, he appreciated.
Yenepoya group of institution president Yenepoya Mohammad Kunji, Islamic education trust’s trustee Khalid Bava and others were present.
By: sathish Kapikad