Nagpur: “The young doctors from India only are in great demand from all over the world, Not only doctors the highly educated youths are cherished by several countries across the globe. I am very proud over this fact. However, when the nation is entering the 21st century, the young doctors must give a thought over serving the poorest of poor in the society selflessly. How the excellent health services could be reached at the doors of poor should be pondered over by these young doctors,” said the Guardian Minister Chandrashekhar Bawankule on Saturday.
Bawankule was speaking after releasing annual publication of “Spandan 2015” prepared by medical students of Government Medical College and Hospital. The programme was organized at the meeting hall of GMCH. Deal of GMCH Dr Abhimanyu Niswade, MLA Dr Milind Mane and Dr Nina Mishra were also seated on the dais.
Speaking further, Bawankule said that the strength of young generation is far greater in Indian than any other country in the world. The Indian youths have taken a lead in scientific technology, engineering, computer technology, and other fields. Majority of important posts have been occupied by Indian youths. Therefore, the importance of youths has got increased not only in India but across the world, said Bawankule.