Background: Education is a refining process for any individual; with genetic constitution and the development as initial capital and on-going learning added to it, a person achieves by their appropriate application to the surroundings. Coming to professional education, demands become more critical. Health being a constitutional obligation of the Government, health education assumes an official concern. Ministry of Health bears the duel responsibility of health services and the health education. Broadly, health education is entrusted to Universities/ Special Boards / Charters by the enacted professional councils or Ministry itself. They institute degrees, diplomas, fellowship or certification, syllabi, theme of examination, organize teaching, conduct examinations and confer certificates under autonomy granted to them as per statute. They recognize the teaching institutions, teachers, and other teaching requirements such as facilities of built-up space, hospital and bed strength, essential equipments, library, tie-ups for clinical /special training etc.
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