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What should be inspected or looked into in any medical college?
Inspect the quality of courses in question-and-answer format in the English language.
You can inspect or look into these courses on the Internet.
Those interested in inspecting and looking into relevant courses in question-and-answer format should publicly display that they have better courses in question-and-answer format. They should be able to answer relevant questions to prove their competence.
A team tried to inspect a medical college to enhance its intake capacity from 100 to 150 students.
They did not mention the quality of courses in question-and-answer format in the English language.
Quality of courses in question-and-answer format in the English language is a prerequisite for any allopathic medical college.
There are medical colleges that have been given recognition while teaching from books that get reprinted in the same pattern for the past 30 years without presenting courses in question-and-answer format.
Medical doctors from such colleges are not able to reach correct diagnoses and treatment, and are not able to answer relevant questions in the real world.
If a medical college does not have requisite courses in question-and-answer format in the English language, their quota and grants should be offered to those that have such courses.
The number of faculty members is not required in the existing Internet setup.
Once the quota and grants are given, a public relations officer and server operator can be added.
A medical doctor should be trained to reach a correct diagnosis and treatment in any situation: emergency, non-emergency, medical condition with or without disability, Urban or rural.