Doctor is Next to God: Not really. Terrible Statistics and Reports of Doctors in the Country

A doctor is known as God by the human race. When reality is sought for, it is found out that our lives are not in safe hands of near about 57 per cent of the doctors in the country. This data has been collected and shared by the विश्व स्वास्थ्य संगठन - World Health Organization (WHO) in its report.

The compiled report of the World Health Organization for the nation is based on the data which was compiled from the year 2001.

Appalling doctor patient ratio:

On an average there are 80 doctors in India for 1 lakh people.

No medical degree:

In accordance with the report, 57 per cent of the allopathic doctors in India do not have a medical degree. Out of these 57 per cent, 31 per cent of doctors are such who merely have studied till the senior secondary level only (Grade 12th).

There are 68 per cent of women allopathic doctors in the country who are more talented to comparatively 38 per cent of the male doctors.

There are 30.6 per cent of potential doctors from West Bengal and 38.4 per cent of such doctors from Kerala.

Worse medical cases found in villages of the country:

In the villages of the country, the condition and statistics of doctors is even more wretched.
Only 18.8 per cent of doctors in the villages have a certified medical degree.

Making money minting their rule to live by:

79 per cent of the doctors from the state have agreed to the fact that there are cases of money minting with the patients and the family that are prevalent at a large scale.

Pressure from the hospital administration:

The administration of the hospital pressurizes the doctor of the hospital to min a large sum on money from the patients. This revelation was made by the doctors themselves in a survey that was conducted by Curofy, which is the largest verified community of the Indian doctors.
In the survey, 2750 doctors from across the country along with the doctors from Rajasthan took part. In a British medical journal that was published in the year 2015, it was revealed that doctors in private hospitals in India are working under the pressure of the administration.

Order expensive tests and scans: An order and pressure to the doctors

In private and giant hospitals, treating the patients and making money out of that has turned into a vicious business circle. Money is being charged heavily on account of a normal check-up by the doctor, medicine prescription, private ward etc. Targets such as MRI scan, CT-scan, surgery etc are given to the doctors for such scans and check-ups require a heavy expenditure of money.

Big private hospitals:

There are 500 private and giant hospitals in the state of Rajasthan and there are 200 such similar hospitals in the city of Jaipur.

Doctors who have agreed in the country for all the above mentioned issues and pressurizing problems that they are faced with:





National Capital Region (NCR)






Madhya Pradesh




Himachal Pradesh




West Bengal


Uttar Pradesh


Tamil Nadu




Some data for the doctors in the country:



Medical doctor


Allopathic doctor


Ayurvedic doctor


Homeopathetic doctor


Other doctor






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