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y should be protected from any scope of interference into their autonomy from politicians and bureaucrats. And government should understand that such highly skilled institutes could not be developed easily. Huge money goes into it. If by interference, degeneration sets in at such a place, then recovery would be difficult.”

Another senior consultant said, “It is not the loss of Dr Venugopal. He will continue to be a doctor of repute. Nothing will happen to the minister either. He may become a bigger minister and bigger politician. But what will happen to the institute. Already a kind of exodus of doctors to private practice or abroad has started happening from such institutes. So ultimately it is the institutes that will suffer.”

The situation that has arisen is such a sad outcome of interference, which should remind us of 50 years back when the then health minister in the Jawaharlal Nehru’s cabinet, Rajkumari Amrit Kaur, rose to move the ‘All-India Institute of Medical Sciences Bill’, She addressed the parliament on her dream venture stating, “An institute of this nature in India which would enable our young men and women to have their own post-graduate education in their own country, in their background with the necessary experience that we would all like to have of work in the villages and the impetus we would like to give to them to do research in the various spheres of medical education.’’ It is heartening to see that her vision also envisaged what could happen in the future as she also then stated, ‘‘Subject to such minimum control as the Government of India may exercise through its rule-making powers, the Institute will enjoy a large measure of autonomy in order that it may fulfil the objectives—I humbly claim they are very fine objectives—The future of the Institute will lie ultimately in the hands of the Director, the Professors and the other members of the teaching staff and stdents...”


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