Medical students need to take an oath to serve the society and thus in
turn give back what they received, said Mabel Rebello, member of
parliament from Jharkhand at the inaugural programme of Fr Muller
Central Research Laboratory on Monday January 11.
the inaugural function, she said that there are millions of people
suffering from diseases owing a derath of proper food and basic
amenities in Indian villages. As 70% of the Indian population is in
villages, it is there the medical professional need to serve, she said.
becoming a doctor, serve in rural areas at least for two years. This
will help improve the marginalized people in the areas. Calling upon
students to be committed to treat poor with love, she said charge the
rich for the treatment and not the poor.
Pointing out the misappropriation in budgets she said that hardly 40% of the Rs 4 lac crores budget declared last year was spent
and at the same time was not distributed to all the states. It was
allocated only to the states, which have ministers and people’s
representatives who fight for funds, she added.
should empower youth and prompt them to think about the society. India
is not only about metropolitan cities, but rural areas where farmers
and poor people live, she said.
also took part in interaction with students and spent several hours in
hospital visiting and meeting the managing committee.
Denis D’Sa, administrator of Fr Muller Medical College welcomed and
conducted the programme. Director in-charge Fr Stany Tauro and dean Dr
Sanjeeva Rai among others were present.
Edited & Published By Konkanifriends Team.