How to build more Hospitals in INDIA.

India after Independence.

INDIA after Independence has grown by more of the people's entrepreneurship abilities rather than by the Government policy of Bureaucratic and Red Tape administration not suitable for super fast development like Brazil or China.The market today has everything that any country is selling and is also exporting with unwanted restrictions in some areas which of course is perhaps needed due to bad quality and greed of exporters to make money for themselves and not bothering to project our country as a trustworthy nation.

Emerging Market Report :-

Health in India 2007 - PricewaterhouseCoopers - Growing Healthcare Sector

Healthcare is one of India’s largest sectors, in terms of revenue and employment, and the sector is expanding rapidly. During the 1990s, Indian healthcare grew at a compound annual rate of 16%. Today the total value of the sector is more than $34 billion.

This translates to $34 per capita, or roughly 6% of GDP. By 2012, India’s healthcare sector is projected to grow to nearly $40 billion. The private sector accounts for more than 80% of total healthcare spending in India. Unless there is a decline in the combined federal and state government deficit, which currently stands at roughly 9%, the opportunity for significantly higher public health spending will be limited. Growing population and economy is One driver of growth in the healthcare sector is India’s booming population, currently 1.1 billion and increasing at a 2% annual rate. By 2030, India is expected to surpass China as the world’s most populous nation. By 2050, the population is projected to reach 1.6 billion.It stands at 1.2 billion today and even before 2050 India will cross China and will have a youngest workforce in the world.

What is the need of the Hour?

The need of the hour is healthcare from new born baby's to high School students.Who can give this health care free to deserving poor families in our country.I feel there is none other than the ashrams that are thriving in the Himalayan border all along the Himalayan Ranges.Why are so many Ashrams located under the Himalaya.These Ashrams give training in Yoga and health care education to those who can afford to send their children to there place.They do not want to come down to southern India to teach their yoga and healthcare education as they are afraid of govt of India departments of In Come Tax, and police intrusion in to their Ashrams and political pressure and interference in their activities.Let's go to their website and find what they are doing.

Hindu Ashrams and Hindu Organizations

Auroville Ashram.

What is Auroville?
Auroville is a universal community in India, situated near the Pondicherry city. The city has been built to house a population of up to 50,000 people from around the world. The main motto of all the people living in the Auroville city, near Pondicherry, is to convert life into 'Supramental Consciousness'. It is also known by the name of Sri Aurobindo Ashram and is devoted towards 'unity of mankind'. Auroville intends to become such a city that will serve as a model to the cities of the future, cities where people will strive towards a harmonious future.

Auroville is going to be a city with harmonious future.Yes that is possible in Auroville not in Mumbai or Delhi or Chennai or Bangalore.What these city's needs are good schools and hospitals.Do not laugh at my thoughts since we do not even get water and power 24 x 7 days and dreaming of good affordable schools and hospitals will remain as dreams is what you say.No it is not a dream it is possible as I have proved in my Hub else where on Hub pages how we can make every city a home surplus city where the middle class people can get 2 Bed Room Flats for just Rs.11 Lakhs.as their population is going to go up by 63% shortly from 45% in 1998.

Brahma Kumaris.

Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University (BKWSU)
Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University is a monastic community, founded in India. It teaches Raja Yoga, a form of meditation, which emphasizes on the development of mental abilities to learn the true meaning of life and achieve salvation. One of the unique features of the movement is that it is headed by females only. This is one of the main reasons why it is known as Brahma Kumaris.

This is another organization which which does nothing for the poor.They want one religion and one God.To me it looks as though they eat only one type of veritable,only one type of Roti from wheat and only steamed Rice and Yoghurt.All of them wear only white cloths though.They establish their organizations in 180 countries but do not build any schools or run any hospitals in 29 villages in 29 states in India.Govt must make it mandatory to such organizations to run one school and one hospitals in every state for every branch they open in any foreign countries.

Nityananda Ashram
Bhagwan Sri Nityananda Ashram is situated in Ganeshpuri, in the state of Maharashtra in India. It enshrines the samadhi of the great sage 'Swami Nityananda'. The ashram was founded by a disciple of Swami Nityananda, Swami Muktananda, after being so instructed by the Swami himself. People from far and wide come to Swami Nityananda Ashram of Ganeshpuri to find their inner self and move forward on the path of self-realization.

This Ashram runs a 2 year course on Yoga for the fat rich people and runs not a single school or a hospital any where in India but open branches in USA so they earn more money and more facilities can be made to the FAT & RICH people who need 24X7 hours power and water in their Ashrams fully Air Conditions and fully carpeted with costly floor coverings and served delicious food.WHY CANT GOVT ask them to build one Hospital in one Village for every branch they open in USA.


ISKCON.

Mission Statement of Iskcon
The mission statement of International Society for Krishna Consciousness consists of the following points…

  • Developing transcendental pastime places, dedicated to Lord Krishna.

  • Promoting humanity and identification with Krishna amongst members.

  • Propagating spirituality, unity and peace worldwide.

  • Spread Krishna consciousness, as given in Bhagavad-Gita and Srimad-Bhagavatam.

  • Teaching a simple way of living to its members.

  • Teaching and encouraging the sankirtana movement.

  • Publishing and distributing periodicals, magazines, books and other writings to achieve the above mentioned purposes.

Expansion of ISKCON
Since the time of its establishment, the ISKCON movement has expanded to a great extent. Today, the movement has extended its membership to 10,000 temple devotees and 250,000 congregational devotees. It also boasts of setting up more than 350 Hare Krishna Iskcon temples, 60 rural communities, 50 schools and 60 restaurants, throughout the world. One can find an Iskcon temple in most of the countries of the world.

Projects Undertaken
The following projects have been undertaken by the members of ISKCON…

Back to Godhead:
It is a magazine, devoted to the Hare Krishna movement.

The Bhaktivedanta Archives
The archives are being prepared to preserve and maintain the teachings and personal life of Srila Prabhupada.

Children of Krishna
This project has been started to promote the educational, economic, emotional, and spiritual development of the children of the Hare Krishna movement.

ISKCON Deity Worship Ministry
The ministry has been set up to encourage deity worship.

Iskcon Prison Ministry It has been set up to teach Krishna consciousness to inmates and guide them towards the path of spiritual development.

Bhaktivedanta Library Services
This project aims at wide distribution as well as promotion of Srila Prabhupada's books and other audio and visual materials.

Vrindavan Institute for Higher Education (VIHE)
VIHE has been established to promote the study of Srila Prabhupada's literature.

ISKCON Youth Forum (India)
Youth forum comprises of spiritually strong students, who diligently follow the Sanatana Dharma (Krishna consciousness).

Vrindavan Institute for Higher Education (VIHE)
VIHE, devoted to the Iskcon movement, is situated in the holy city of Vrindavan, India.

It was established in the year 1987 and aims at promoting Krishna Consciousness amongst the masses. The courses taught at VIHE emphasize on the main books of Srila Prabhupada's - 'Bhagavad-Gita: As It Is', 'Srimad-Bhagavatam', 'Chaitanya-Charitamrta', 'Nectar of Devotion', 'Nectar of Instruction' and Sri Isopanisad.

I ask them only one thing that is:-

Have they built one Hospital for the poor in 10 villages in India.

What is the use of teaching when you cant provide good reading books freely to children in their own language and also open primary health centers to help pregnant woman and new born baby's.in remote villages where there is no primary health center.I lived in a village in tamil nadu and around my village there were a cluster of 9 villages with in a distance of 5 KM and there was no primary health care center in any village and in village where there was a primary health center it was not functioning and was closed for 3 years and is closed now also.There are other also and they function in their own way and.the following are the Ashrams and others engaged in their own way doing what they think fit and proper.

(1) Shakaracharya Peetas,

,(2)Viswa Hindu Parishad,

(3)AuroVille Ashram,

(4)ISHA Foundation,

(5)Anand Marg,

(6)ISCON,Temple,

(7)The Divine Life Society,

(8)Satya Sai Baba Ashram,

(9)Rastriya Swayam Sevak Sangh,

(10)Missionary of Charity,

(11)Sri Kanchi Kama Koti Peetam,Hindu Endowment Board,

(12)Akhla Bharatiya Ayyappa Seva Sangham,

(13)Shivanabda Ashram,

(14)Unity of Man ( Austria ),

(15)Sri Omkara Ashram,

(16)Swadhyay Parivar, Arya Samaj,

(17)The Society of Abidance in Truth (SAT),

(18)Arya Vidya Gokulam,

(19)Bharat Sevashram Sangha ( New Jersey ),

(20)SonoMa Ashram,

(21)Art of Living Foundation,

(22)Baba Ramdev Ashram,

(23)Shri.Mataji Nirmala Devi Center,

(24)Sudhansu Maharaj Ashram.and many more who can run one hospital in one Village in One district.The Law of the land allows them to work as they want collecting millions of money and they do not go by any standards nor publish balance sheet.The RTI act has no control over these and many more.

India traditionally has been a rural, agrarian economy. Nearly three- quarters of the population still lives in rural areas, and as of 2004, an estimated 27.5% of Indians were living below the national poverty line.Some 300 million people in India live on less than a dollar a day, and more than 50% of all children are malnourished.How can these Ashrams work with no control by the govt.

If the State and Centrel Govt's make up their mind they can run more hospitals than their party offices in states and towns and villages.They can also run Govt hospitals by handing over these hospitals to those organizations such as TATA'S and BIRLA'S as also many other corporate organizations.


Mahatma Gandhi's Ashram.

I can post 1000 Ashram Pictures.( They can build 1000 primary Health Care centers in 1000 Villages in 30 days.)

IS THIS A ASHRAM OR LUXURY RESORT TO SPEND UNACCOUNTED MONEY BY POLITICIANS,BUREAUCRATS AND FILTHY RICH GUYS WITH THEIR FAMILY AND FRIENDS.
IS THIS A ASHRAM OR LUXURY RESORT TO SPEND UNACCOUNTED MONEY BY POLITICIANS,BUREAUCRATS AND FILTHY RICH GUYS WITH THEIR FAMILY AND FRIENDS.

Anothere 5 Star Ashram like others all 5 Star Mega Ashrams.

Is this a Ashram or a Palace for a Swamyji.Shivananda Ashram.

A Primary Health Care Unit in Tamil Nadu.

WHAT WOULD BE THE COST OF SUCH A UNIT.HOW MANY SUCH UNITS ARE THERE IN INDIA IN 33.25 LAKH TANSILS.
WHAT WOULD BE THE COST OF SUCH A UNIT.HOW MANY SUCH UNITS ARE THERE IN INDIA IN 33.25 LAKH TANSILS.

How many such units in Tamil Nadu - They need atlest 50% of its Teluka's which is 10,000 do they have?

WHY DON'T THEY ASK EVERY INDUSTRY TO MAINTAIN ONE UNIT IN ONE TALUKA IN A RURAL VILLAGE.
WHY DON'T THEY ASK EVERY INDUSTRY TO MAINTAIN ONE UNIT IN ONE TALUKA IN A RURAL VILLAGE.

Good Planing Poor Execution.

I LIVED IN THE MIDST OF 9 VILLAGES IN TAMIL NADU AND THE ONLY PRIMARY HEALTH CARE UNIT WAS CLOSED FOR 2 YEARS I WAS TOLD.
I LIVED IN THE MIDST OF 9 VILLAGES IN TAMIL NADU AND THE ONLY PRIMARY HEALTH CARE UNIT WAS CLOSED FOR 2 YEARS I WAS TOLD.

India & USA a comparison.

Everything
India
USA
GDP
$4,164,000,000,000.00
$13,060,000,000,000.00
GDP per capita
$3,751.99 per capita
$43,680.67 per capita
Education spending (% of GDP)
4.i %
5.7
Oil Reservs.
5,700,000,000 barrels
22,450,000,000 barrels
Happiness Level.
23%
39%
Ask a 10 farmers what is GDP or Ask 10 - I A S recruits the same question.and get the score.

Why Educated Youth Engineers & Doctors do not Join Army.

There is a huge shortage of Army personnel in India our youths and the option and their priority is not to Join our Army.Most of them prefer if they get a chance to go to ant country especially to Dubai.

No one wants to join army to get killed just to catch terrorists and get back to their villages wrapped in National Flag over their caskets.....

No one wants to get killed rescuing flood affected areas every year after year when they see dead body's arriving in their villages.

No one wants to get killed taking training in 17th century model Choppers and Fighter Jets.

Earlier this year, AIIMS was in the news for a CRITICAL shortage of Doctors and a CAG report suggested that the country’s defense services are facing a similar situation. The report, tabled in Parliament on Friday, said during 2006-2010, at least 250 specialists left the services prematurely. The maximum attrition of specialists was in the fields of Anesthesiology, obstetrics, medicine and Gynecology. ‘This explains high levels of deficiency of specialists in these disciplines,the report said.

Some other findings of the report were:

  1. Of the 508 doctors commissioned, in to service 73 paid Rs 15 lakh as bond money to opt out of service (Doctors are buying out their contracts which bound them to serve under an institution for a fixed period of time).
  2. Attrition level of fresh recruits through the Armed Forces Medical colleges had touched an all-time of high of 24% in 2010.
  3. 1There was an overall shortage of 12% medical officers (MO) in all hospitals
  4. Several armed forces hospitals had no specialists.

So what is causing this staff crunch? Why are the doctors leaving?

These could be some of the reasons docs are leaving the armed forces:

High stress environment

Says an insider, ‘Many students who join the armed forces medical colleges (AFMC) don’t realize what they are getting into, they think it’s the best for them because it’s a premier medical institute. But they don’t realize how taxing the job can be. Often new graduates are sent to remote areas, bad terrains, war zones, etc.’ It’s usually a big shock for people who don’t have an army background. ‘For example, a doctor who might not have any weapon training could be sent to a forward area where gun fire is the most normal occurrence. The injuries too are far more ghastly than one would see in a normal civilian setting. They also have to spend a great deal of time away from their families and other creature comforts. It requires a lot of strength to be a doctor on the field and many people don’t have it or find it too taxing in the long run.’

Private sector and self-employment lure

Another major reason docs quit public practice is to either open their own clinics or work for big private corporations which give them more benefits, easier working hours and a comparatively stress-free environment. Doctors, especially specialists spend a great deal of time studying and interning as part of their education where their pay is comparatively lower than other professionals like engineers or architects. It’s natural that they would also want to get paid handsomely for their expertise.

Red-tape and bureaucracy

One of the biggest problems faced by any public institution including the armed forces is over-bureaucratization. We have managed to put in place an almost Kafkaesque society where everything has to be rubber-stamped for approval and nothing moves without a huge amount of paperwork.Compared to others personnel in the armed forces, docs have a slow career growth which along with a hazardous working environment and lack of family time is seeing them leave for pastures new they have people who pay Rs,2,00,000 to marry their daughters and set up clicks to these young doctors with membership in Best Clubs in the City.

Our Dhoti Clad Minister for Defense with a funny Cap is most honest in inefficiency.


India & Pakistan Army Comparison.

Air Force Personnel.
110000
45000
Armed Forces Growth,
3
27
Armed Forces Personnel.
13,03,000
6,12,000
Army Personnel.
9,80,000
5,20,000
Navy Personnel
55,000
22,000
Conventional Arms Export.
$22,000,000.00
$344,000,000.00
.How is it that Pakistan Exports more conventional Arms than India? What are the countries friendly to India that Pakistan exports its Arms? How can we export more Arms to various countries? Can we beat Pakistan in Arms Exports? No Map of Pakistan Ar

Arms Factory in India.

Number of Tensils or Villages slightly bigger.

S No. State                    No. of Tehsils
1 Andaman & Nicobar Islands --------72
2 Andhra Pradesh ---------------------1093
3 Arunachal Pradesh-------------------1494
4 Assam-------------------------------1455
5 Bihar ------------------------------5336
6 Chandigarh ---------------------------17
7 Chhattisgarh ------------------------978
8 Dadra & Nagar Haveli -------------19
9 Daman & Diu --------- -----------210
10 Delhi ----------------- -----------2711
11 Goa -------------------------------1112
12 Gujarat --------------------------22613
13 Haryana----------------------------6714
14 Himachal Pradesh---- -----  ------10915
15 Jammu & Kashmir -- ------------5916
16 Jharkhand ------------------------21017
17 Karnataka-------------------------17518
18 Kerala -------- -------------------6319
19 Lakshadweep ------------------------420
20 MadhyaPradesh --------------------25921
21 Maharashtra ----------------------35322
22 Manipur ---------------------------3523
23 Meghalaya -------------------------3224
24 Mizoram ---------------------------2525
25 Nagaland ------------------ -------9326
26 Orissa ---------------------- ----39827
27 Pondicherry - -------------- ------1028
28 Punjab ----------------------------7229
29 Rajasthan-------------------------24130
30 Sikkim -----------------------------931
31 Tamil Nadu ---- ---------------- -20132
32 Tripura ---------------------------------3833
33 Uttar Pradesh -----------------------30034
34 Uttaranchal -----------------------------491
35 West Bengal --------------------------- 341


Approximately Total Tensils - 33.25 Lakhs.


What is a Tensil - In South India it is Taluka.

A tehsil consists of an area of land with a city or town that serves as its headquarters, with possible additional towns, and usually a number of villages. As an entity of local government, the tehsil office (Panchayat samiti) exercises certain fiscal and administrative power over the villages and municipalities within its jurisdiction. It is the ultimate executive agency for land records and related administrative matters.Its chief official is called the tehsildar or less officially the talukdar or taluka muktiarkarIn some instances, tehsils are called "blocks" (Panchayat union blocks),and although they may on occasion share the same area with a subdivision of a revenue divisions and is known as revenue blocks, the two are distinct. For example,- Raipur district in the state of Chhattisgarh is administratively divided into 13 tehsils and 15 revenue blocks.Nevertheless,the two are often conflated.and no efforts taken to have a same national identity or adopt one name due to linguistic and political interference among states with in India.

No Infrastructure all are squatting on the floor in a Village in Rajastann.

IS THIS A PRIMARY CARE HEALTH CENTER OR A BABY SHOW.
IS THIS A PRIMARY CARE HEALTH CENTER OR A BABY SHOW.

What should India do?

Make it Mandatory for all Heavy Industry to Open and Maintain a Primary Health Care Unit in one Village in 2014.

  • They Should.
  • They Wont.
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Why will the Govt not make.

That each Industry making huge profit should open a Primary Health Care Unit in one Village by one Industry.We have very few Tensils as given in the statistics elsewhere in this hub by doing and making it mandatory confining to these few tensils govt can make those states 100% fully operational Primary Health Care Units in whole States in these States.

Do we the poor need Hospitals more than the Rich.

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