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Salary of a Doctor in India

Salary of a Doctor in India

As a medical student I strongly believe that being a doctor is one of the nobel proffesion in India. Let’s talk about the salary of a doctor in India after MBBS. It varies from state to state and also the place of work. Here we catagorize the earning of a doctor by his speciality in work and experiences he gather.

Goverment vs Private sector– In general Govt hospital pay less money than a private sector. A MBBS doctor earn 30000/- to 50000/- from a Govt hospital and 40000/- to 70000/- from a Private hospital. Whereas a specialised doctor like MD or MS can earn about 50000/- to 120000/- from a Govt hospital and 70000/- to 300000/- from a private hospital. It seems that there is a huge difference there. Right? Yes, it is. As I have already said that earning by a doctor depends on their speciality, degrees and experiences. It may varies from 30000/- to 2-3 lakhs per day.

Note that– An ex-professor of AIIMS had been offered around 12 crore per annum from a big corporate hospital. That’s almost 3 lakh per day !

But after all an Average salay a doctor can make is described below

Post MBBS- Rs. 10,000 to 40,000/month
Post MD/MS – Rs. 30,000 to 2,50,000/ month
Post DM/Mch/Fellowship – Rs. 50,000 to 5,00,000/month.

A report has seen released by Medscape 2016-2017 on Annual earning of a doctor according to his/her speciality.


Somatoform Disorders

Somatoform Disorders

These are a group of disorder in which the patient presents with multiple clinically significant feature and physical symptoms that cannot be explained.These unexplained physical attributes often leads to anxiety of the patient; We don’t actually understand the actual mechanism of these disorders. There can be a problem with the nerve impulse that send signals of pain, pressure and other unpleasant sensation to the brain.They tend to come and go .Though various underlying causes tends to increase the risk of such disorders.
1. Its mostly occurs in subject under 30 years of age.
2. Genetics has a profound influence over such disorders
3. Negative attitude towards life.
4. Unusual sensitivity towards physical and emotional pain.
5. Family history may be positive.

Clinical criteria which are common to all the somatoform disorder are
1. Cannot be explained by medical condition, another mental disorder, or effect of a substance,
2. Not related to factitious disorder and malingering.
3. Cause significant impairment of social functioning and occupational and other functioning.

Characteristics of Somatoform Disorders


1. Hypochondriasis- Subject affected with this type of disorder are always in a false belief that they are suffering from a serious illness.The belief is not fixed and could be removed transiently by explanation and reasoning to have another belief about another organ of the body.The patient expresses fear while discussing their symptom.The patient must have a non delusional preoccupation with their symptoms at least six months before diagnosis can be made.
2. Conversion disorder- The neurological syndrome does not correlate with a medical cause.The symptoms are mainly weakness,tremour,deafness,blindness,etc. It though start as a mental or emotional crisis and converts to a physical problem.Conversion disorder is not conformed to any anatomical pathway or physiological mechanisms, but instead they fit a lay view of physiology. It rarely occurs below 10 years of age or after 35 years of age.It is commonly found in rural population, person of lower socioeconomic status , and those with minimal medical or psychological knowledge.
3. Pseudocyesis- Here the woman feel labour pain along with other indication of pregnancy. Here the somatic symptoms occur less than six months.
4. Body dysmorphic disorder- It is the obsession with with a flaw in his or her appearance which can either be a minor flaw or non-existing.In case of real physical imperfection, the defect is usually slight but the patient’s concern is excessive.The disorder occurs equally in men and women.
5. Somatization disorder- Also known as Briquet disorder, here the patients are
Below 30 years of age and present with unexplained physical symptoms .
The symptoms include-
• One pseudoneurogenic symptom
• One sexual problem
• Four pain symptom
• Two gastrointestinal problem
People with such disorder make frequent clinical visits , have multiple
Diagnostic test done, are referred to multiple doctor due to their myriad
6. Undifferentiated somatoform disorder- it is a less specific version of somatization , here it extends up to six months or longer , with one or more than one unexplained physical complain with other necessary clinical criteria.Chronic fatigue that is unexplained by any relevant clinical criteria is a typical symptom.
7. Pain disorder- It is fairly common. At its onset , the pain is associated with psychological factors. Though its maintenance may be associated with a general medical condition.Though pain is is the the focus of the disorder, but psychological factor are primary to play in the perception of pain.

Here the result of medical test are either normal or fails to explain the person’s symptoms.And the history and physical examination do not reveal any known medical condition.


It is quite a challenge to work with somatoform disorder it requires considering a mental health diagnosis while excluding the medical causes of the physical symptoms.The problem with these type of disorder is the that there is no specific physical examination or laboratory finding that are required for confirmation of the diagnosis.Though appropriate non psychiatric medical condition should be considered by unnecessary laboratory testing should be avoided in such cases.Factitious disorder and malingering though are related disorders should be excluded before diagnosing a somatoform disorder . In factitious disorder the patient has a internal desire to be sick , while in malingering the patient bluff the physical symptoms so that he may have any sort of gain such as financial benefit ,legal benefit , escaping a unfavorable situation. But in somatoform disorder, there is no possible gain for the patient and the physical symptoms are not feigned , rather fear and anxiety stimulates these disorders.

The diagnosis of Somatoform disorders have been assisted by clinical diagnostic tools such as patient health questionnaire .

If the patient is bothered a lot lot by at least three of the symptoms without a medical reason then there is a possibility of somatoform disorder.

The patient have a strong believe that their symptom have a physical cause , though is is contrary .This is due to the false interpretation of the symptoms.
The steps of the treatment are-
1. Discussing the key features of the diagnosis with the patient-
The initial steps in the treatment is to discuss about the disorder to the patient early in the work-up and, after ruling out organic pathology as the primary ethology for the symptom, to confirm the psychiatric diagnosis.The physician must first construct a therapeutic alliance with the patient.then the physician must review with the patient the therapeutic criteria for the suspected somatoform disorder. He must inform the patient that the goal of treatment is management rather than cure.
2. Therapy-
First and foremost is the treatment of the psychiatric comorbidities , since the psychiatric disorders are generally found in union with the co morbidities.
There is limited effectiveness of the pharmacological interventions.
Cognitive behavior therapy have been found to be effective in the somatoform disorder.It focuses on reducing cognitive distortions , imaginary belief , worry and behavior that lead to anxiety and somatic manifestation.

3. Follow up-
Regular and brief follow up with the physician is an important aspect of treatment.This is important for the maintainable of the therapeutic alliance with the physician .The patient can openly ventilate about their worries and the opportunity to be reassured repeatedly that their symptoms are not due to a physical condition

Practice Management Strategies for Somatoform Disorders:-
Accept that patients can have distressing, real physical symptoms and medical conditions with coexisting psychiatric disturbance without malingering or feigning symptoms
Consider and discuss the possibility of somatoform disorders with the patient early in the work-up, if suspected, and make a psychiatric diagnosis only when all criteria are met
Once the diagnosis is confirmed, provide patient education on the individual disorder using empathy and avoiding confrontation
Avoid unnecessary medical tests and specialty referrals, and be cautious when pursuing new symptoms with new tests and referrals
Focus treatment on function, not symptom, and on management of the disorder, not cure
Address lifestyle modifications and stress reduction, and include the patient’s family if appropriate and possible
Treat comorbid psychiatric disorders with appropriate interventions
Use medications sparingly and always for an identified cause
Schedule regular, brief follow-up office visits with the patient (five minutes each month may be sufficient) to provide attention and reassurance while limiting frequent telephone calls and “urgent” visits
Collaborate with mental health professionals as necessary to assist with the initial diagnosis or to provide treatment

Origin of AIDS from oral polio vaccine

Origin of AIDS from oral polio vaccine

Hi everyone! This is the story about the origin of AIDS and how HIV came to infect humans. There are two broadly accepted theories –

  1. The hunter theory– this goes that Africans in central Africa hunted chimps ans other primates and ate the bushmeat. The chimps are the carriers of SIV, the closest ancestor to HIV( The SIV is very well dealt with by chimps as our body deals with chickenpox or common cold but its cousin HIV wreaks havoc in human immune system. possibility of a cure then by studying chimps!!!! go start researching ). During the process of skinning the meat they got infected as HIV spreads through contact of blood and mucosa. This is what you will read in your books. Now, let me ask you this -“these very humans were hunting and eating bushmeat for thousands of years but why AIDS was transmitted now??????”. This is the question which kept bothering me.
  2. The oral polio vaccine theory- From vaccines??? yes. “So is AIDS manmade???” possibly. Here is what happened. In the turn of the 20th centry children in America died from polio quite frequently. Sp, the big pharma companies started a race to come up with a polio vaccine. We all heard about Mr. Salk. His injectable vaccine was a boon. Very soon about 90 million children was immunized. Then suddenly 11 children fell ill and died, the cause, probably the vaccines were contaminated. This created the need for a safer vaccine. In came into the picture two doctors each legends today Hillary Koprowsky and Albert Sabin. Both developed a oral polio vaccine. Sabin tested the vaccine in his home country, the USSR. Koprowsky went to the central congo in Africa then under the colonial rule of Belgium. Why Belgium? because it had for the day state of the art labs for vaccine production and research. Here the vaccines were cultured using chimpanzee kidney cells. Sabin on the other hand used rhesus monkeys from india and phillipines for his vaccine production. The rhesus monkeys are not carriers of SIV but chimpanzees were. The fact that monkey viruses could be transmitted to humans by vaccines is also well documented- the transmission of sv40 from rhesus monkeys to humans through sabin vaccine. Could a similar thing occurred with SIV in Koprowsky’s vaccines…possibly. when the live vaccines are prepared, the virus is cultured using monolayer cell cultures of monkey kidney cells. however in those days these cell cultures were very crude and often contained other types of cells infected by other contaminated viruses. In the book “the river origin of AIDS”, journalist Mr. Hooper conducted a survey in all the villages in congo where Koprowsky’s vaccine was administered. He found a direct correlation with emergence of AIDS there. The oldest seropositive sample for AIDS is the L70 from leopldville, presnt day Kinchasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo. “wait, wait!!! how can such a disaster remain hidden and suppressed from the public ????”. Well here are the reasons why- a. It would suggest that medicine is responsible for the present day AIDS pandemic and that legendary doctors like Koprowsky would loose their reputation. b. People would loose faith in vaccine screating a panic among them. c. The big pharma companies would loose their millions in revenue if people stopped taking vaccines.

So, this was the story about how SIV entered human population and then evolved into the dreaded HIV, killing millions over the past few decades. All I am saying that there should be more debate about the safety of vaccines. There are amny who refute the vaccine theory but where are the facts that will prove them right. There are no vaccines left from  the batches used in congo. Even though we have the technology to synthetically prepare our vaccines , we still use the old method involving animals simply because it would cost the pharma companies extra money to upgrade and all they care about is their profits. I want us, the future doctors to debate and create a dialogue between us, the public and these companies. We all hope that a cure or vaccine for AIDS is found out soon.


What People in India think about Doctors !!

What People in India think about Doctors !!

Well you may be wondering that this article may highlight the glorious history of Indian medicine and how people in India should appreciate  that. But well lets just say thats not the scenario presently. Lets just say it is one of the most respected career options available in India. People are trying hard to crack the entrance exams to be in this. But the weird thing is that very parent who is actually criticising the doctors admits his/her child in the best coaching institute so that entering into that very profession becomes easy. So you can say a lot of bad things but at the end of the day you unknowingly admit that they are still the saviours of the society. That means people do not actually think that way but they are made to believe certain things by some group of people. now lets think about the so called “Group of People” who are spreading a poison in our profession.

Is it the biased media who considers themselves greater than any doctor and apparently end up channeling an artery?

or is it the fake doctors who are practicing in reputed institutions 

Or is it the local goons who just waits for a moment to take out their frustration on Doctors maybe because he was unable to save an 80 yr old chronic alcoholic with liver cirrhosis . ?

Or is it our very own system who actually makes a doctor work for 10-20 hours continuously ?


All these poisons have actually misguided people about us. We still do work as hard as possible. We sacrifice our own lives for the betterment of society. So lets hope for a day when people will again start admitting that they do respect us and more importantly they need us when their mind will be free from all the influences . Then will be a time when you actually wont be hearing people mumbling behind our backs…you wont actually feel the need for greater security during a night duty… will finally be happy after seeing “That Smile” in the innocent face of a child who will actually admire you after you had treated him .

Lets hope for a better future…

PCOS: A growing emergence of the society

PCOS: A growing emergence of the society

One in every 10 women in India has polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), a common endocrinal system disorder among women of reproductive age, according to a study by PCOS Society. And out of every 10 women diagnosed with PCOS, six are teenage girls.

PCOS was described as early as 1935. However, even today there is a general lack of awareness regarding the condition in India and it often remains undetected for years. This health condition is estimated to affect about 10 million women globally.


WHAT IS PCOS? : Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), also known as polycystic ovarian syndrome, is a common health problem caused by an imbalance of reproductive hormones. The hormonal imbalance creates problems in the ovaries. The ovaries make the egg that is released each month as part of a healthy menstrual cycle. With PCOS, the egg may not develop as it should or it may not be released during ovulation as it should be.

PCOS can cause missed or irregular menstrual periods. Irregular periods can lead to:

1. Infertility (inability to get pregnant). In fact, PCOS is one of the most common causes of female infertility.

2. Development of cysts (small fluid-filled sacs) in the ovaries


RISK GROUPS : Between 5% and 10% of women of childbearing age (between 15 and 44) have PCOS.1 Most often, women find out they have PCOS in their 20s and 30s, when they have problems getting pregnant and see their doctor. But PCOS can happen at any age after puberty.2

Women of all races and ethnicities are at risk for PCOS, but your risk for PCOS may be higher if you are obese or if you have a mother, sister, or aunt with PCOS.


SYMPTOMS OF PCOS : Some of the symptoms of PCOS include:

1. Irregular menstrual cycle. Women with PCOS may miss periods or have fewer periods (fewer than eight in a year). Or, their periods may come every 21 days or more often. Some women with PCOS stop having menstrual periods.

2. Too much hair on the face, chin, or parts of the body where men usually have hair. This is called “hirsutism.” Hirsutism affects up to 70% of women with PCOS.

3. Acne on the face, chest, and upper back

4. Thinning hair or hair loss on the scalp; male-pattern baldness

5. Weight gain or difficulty losing weight
Darkening of skin, particularly along neck creases, in the groin, and underneath breasts

6. Skin tags, which are small excess flaps of skin in the armpits or neck area


CAUSE OF PCOS : The exact cause of PCOS is not known. Most experts think that several factors, including genetics, play a role:

1. High levels of androgens. Androgens are sometimes called “male hormones,” although all women make small amounts of androgens. Androgens control the development of male traits, such as male-pattern baldness. Women with PCOS have more androgens than estrogens. Estrogens are also called “female hormones.” Higher than normal androgen levels in women can prevent the ovaries from releasing an egg (ovulation) during each menstrual cycle, and can cause extra hair growth and acne, two signs of PCOS.

  1. High levels of insulin. Insulin is a hormone that controls how the food you eat is changed into energy. Insulin resistance is when the body’s cells do not respond normally to insulin. As a result, your insulin blood levels become higher than normal. Many women with PCOS have insulin resistance, especially those who are overweight or obese, have unhealthy eating habits, do not get enough physical activity, and have a family history of diabetes (usually type 2 diabetes). Over time, insulin resistance can lead to type 2 diabetes.


MEDICINES FOR PCOS : There is no permanent cure for PCOS. However, its symptoms are manageable. The types of medicines that treat PCOS and its symptoms include:

1. Hormonal birth control, including the pill, patch, shot, vaginal ring, and hormone intrauterine device (IUD). For women who don’t want to get pregnant, hormonal birth control can:


  • Make your menstrual cycle more regular
  • Lower your risk of endometrial cancer
  • Help improve acne and reduce extra hair on the face and body (Ask your doctor about birth control with both estrogen and progesterone.)
  1. Anti-androgen medicines. These medicines block the effect of androgens and can help reduce scalp hair loss, facial and body hair growth, and acne. They are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to treat PCOS symptoms. These medicines can also cause problems during pregnancy.
  2. Metformin. Metformin is often used to treat type 2 diabetes and may help some women with PCOS symptoms. It is not approved by the FDA to treat PCOS symptoms. Metformin improves insulin’s ability to lower your blood sugar and can lower both insulin and androgen levels. After a few months of use, metformin may help restart ovulation, but it usually has little effect on acne and extra hair on the face or body. Recent research shows that metformin may have other positive effects, including lowering body mass and improving cholesterol levels.




  1. The Endocrine Society issued a Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) for the diagnosis and treatment of polycystic ovary syndrome, the most common hormone disorder in women of reproductive age and a leading cause of infertility. In the CPG, The Endocrine Society recommends that a diagnosis be made if adult women have two of the three cardinal features of PCOS (diagnostic criteria supported by the NIH panel):

    • Excess production of male hormones called androgens.
    • Anovulation, a condition where the ovary does not release a mature egg each month. This causes irregular menstrual cycles.
    • The formation of clusters of pearl-size cysts containing immature eggs in the ovaries, which is called polycystic ovaries.    
  2. Women with PCOS are at increased risk for endometrial cancer, whereas their risks for breast and ovarian cancer are similar to those of women in the general population. Our finding that women with PCOS also are at increased risk for cancers of the kidney, colon and brain requires further study.
  3. Vitamin D and calcium supplementation in addition to metformin therapy in women with PCOS could result in a better outcome in a variety of PCOS symptoms including menstrual regularity, and ovulation.
  4. As the prevalence of these endocrine dysfunctions increases, the association of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and autoimmune thyroid disease is increasingly being recognised. While the causality of this association is still uncertain, the two conditions share a bidirectional relationship. The exact nature of this link has not been elucidated yet.

LONG TERM HEALTH RISKS : PCOS affects all areas of the body and not just the reproductive systems. Insulin resistance increases the chance of the metabolic syndrome, which means that there is a much higher chance of developing diabetes mellitus, heart disease, obesity, hypertension and increased levels of cholesterol. The lining of the uterus (lining of the womb), called the endometrium tends to become thicker with time. This is called hyperplasia and can lead to cancer of the endometrium. Depression, mood swings, day time drowsiness and snoring are also linked to the effects of PCOS.

EATING RIGHT : Experts agree that eating right can help control insulin levels, make one feel better, keep the heart healthy, lower the risk of getting diabetes and help losing weight. Include fruits, vegetables and whole foods (like whole meal bread, whole grain cereals, brown rice etc) in your diet. Choose lean meat, chicken and fish over red meat. Avoid excess sugar, salt, caffeine, alcohol and smoking. Have regular meals.

Average salary of a doctor in India – Recent Study

Average salary of a doctor in India – Recent Study

Some killer facts about salary of a Indian Doctors, how much the doctors earn in India. Doctors are the most respected persons in a society. These noble persons are regarded as “The living God”.  They are some most paid professionals with high salary compared to other professionals. Salary of doctor in India or monthly income varies from Rs.30,000 to Rs.50 lakhs per month. There are doctors with highest tax payers to poor doctors supported by parents for a living. So, there are no fixed salary for a medical professional in India.  These are some general queries about salary of doctor in India often asked by general people to growing baby doctors. Here everything will be discussed about salary of doctors in India. Definitely as a developing country with low GDP, PPP Indian Doctors get low salary compared to USA medical professionals. Salary of doctor in India varies depending upon several factors like Country, Place of work, Type of Specialization, Type of sector – government or private , Skills of the doctor , Experience, Strategies with Personal setup and others.

Some facts about salary of doctor in india –

  1. There are only one doctor present for serving One thousand five hundred people.
  2. 48,180 hours are needed to be a doctor to earn 48K per month.
  3. A Intern can work continuously for 68hours.
  4. A MBBS doctor works 18hrs a day.
  5. The highest paid interns earn 50 paisa per second that is 30 Rupees a hour.
  6. If a doctor start a nursing home he can buy a new BMW every month.
  7. Government spent 24 lakhs to produce one MBBS doctor.
  8. Sometime, A medical seat in private medical college costs 5 cr.

Here I will mainly discuss about the salary of doctor in India with several dependencies.

Time table for a doctor to earn 60K+ in a month – A doctor who has spent 5.5 years for a MBBS degree. If he is too lucky, hardworking and brilliant and passes the Postgraduate entrance in one attempt then he has to give 3 years for MD and let us assume 5 years for experience. So, he has to give 13.5 years of life to earn 60,000 rupees per month – salary of doctor in India who has passed MD.

MBBS Course – 4.5 years.

Internship – 1 year.

MD – 3 years.

Experience – 5 years.

Total – 13.5 years

Number of doctors present in India – Number of doctors present in India are very low compared to other countries like it’s neighbor China. There are 1.9 doctors present for 1000 Chinese but for India it is 0.7 doctors for one thousand people of India. It means there are 7 doctors for 10000 Indians. So, statistics said that 1450 Indians are dependent on one doctor. It is clear picture of India’s poor health service. If you consider United Kingdom and United States the ratio of Doctor and Patient is quite high compared to India. Spain has an absolutely high Doctor to Patient Ratio. DP ratio of Spain is 4.9. Spain has one doctor serving 200 citizens of the country.

Doctor and Patient Ratio in different parts of the world:

Country: India

Doctor : Patient Ratio = 0.7

Patient dependent on One Doctor = 1450

Country: China

Doctor : Patient Ratio = 1.88

Patient dependent on One Doctor = 550

Country: United State

Doctor : Patient Ratio = 2.52

Patient dependent on One Doctor = 400

Country: United Kingdom

Doctor: Patient Ratio = 2.92

Patient dependent on One Doctor = 350

Country: Spain

Doctor: Patient Ratio = 4.87

Patient dependent on One Doctor = 200


Salary of intern doctors in different states of India

Assam – ₹14,000 per month

Andhra Pradesh – ₹10,000 per month

Bihar – ₹14,000 per month

Bengal – ₹18,000 per month

Chhattisgarh – ₹10,000 per month

Delhi – ₹15,000 per month

Gujrat – ₹9,500 per month

Himachal Pradesh – ₹12,000 per month

Jammu – ₹7,000 per month

Karnataka – ₹ 22,000 per month

Maharashtra – ₹8,500 per month

Madhya Pradesh – ₹8,000 per month

Orissa – ₹15,500 per month

Punjab – ₹10,000 per month

Rajasthan – ₹7,000 per month

Tripura – ₹10,500 per month

Uttar Pradesh – ₹9,500 per month


Post MBBS- Rs. 10,000 to 40,000/month (5.5 years of training)

Post MD/MS – Rs. 30,000 to 2,00,000/ month ( 9-12years of training)

Post DM/Mch/Fellowship – Rs. 50,000 to 3,00,000/month. (12-15 years of training)


Radiologists 1.5 -3.5 lakhs.

Gynecologist 1 – 2.5 lakhs

Pediatrician 1 – 2  lakhs

Orthopaedician 1 – 2 lakhs

Orthopaedician  surgeon– 1.5 to 26 lakhs

Anesthesia 1 – 2 lakhs

General Physician 1 – 2  lakhs

General Surgery  1 – 1.75 lakhs

Ophthalmologist – 80k – 1.75 lakhs

Pathologist doctor – 9.0 to 10.0 lakhs

Dermatologist doctor – 9.0 to 10.0 lakhs

Microbiologist doctor – 4.0 to 5.0 lakhs



Cardiology 3.5 – 7 lakhs / month

Neurology 2.5 – 6.5 lakhs / month

Urology 1.7 – 5.5 lakhs / month


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  7. Medical Coder fresher salary – 1.0 to 2.0 lakhs
  8. Medical Writer fresher salary – 1.0 to 2.0 lakhs
  9. Accounts Receivable Analyst fresher salary – 1.0 to 2.0 lakhs
  10. Medical Biller fresher salary – 1.0 to 1.5 lakhs


Strategies with personal setup:

The following strategies can make a doctor earn money quickly and effieciently.

Private Practice – Private practicing is the way most of the doctors earn a lot.

Commission from pharmacy and labs – Doctors earn by getting commission from different pharmacy and laboratory.

Investment – If you invest some penny in your business you are the winner.

Private setup – Setting up a private nursing home gives you the choice to have a new car every 3 weeks.

Marketing skills – Your marketing skill will help you make a comfortable zone to have good no of customer.

Professional skill – Finally your professional skill is the thing you can really sell to earn a lot of money



Eye Surgeon: 15,000-30,000 Yuan a month.

Heart Surgeon: (Cardiology): 20,000 to 50,000 Yuan a month.

Regular Doctor: At least 5,000 Yuan a month.

Other Doctor Professions: 5,000 to 10,000 Yuan a month


Story of poor doctors:

The story of Hemang Sanghvi, a gold medallist plastic surgeon of Bangalore Medical College is demoralizing for the society of baby doctors and aspirants. The doctor has to work for 18 hours a day to get a salary of 30,000 per month. He is unable to afford a home and the institution has not provided a house for him. He has to live in the Men boy’s hostel of the Medical College. This is same story of 300 other doctors.


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